I usually post Things I Love Friday and Link Love separately, on Friday and Saturday respectively, so... Consider this a 2-for-1 deal! Also, if you're so inclined, share your favourite links and moments from the past week, in the comment section below.
My week has consisted of:
♥ A couple very bad days, as far as Chronic Fatigue and Panic go. But I think those are over now. I'm feeling optimistic!
♥ A magical brainstorming session with Marina and Lin, over lattes and brunch.
♥ An epiphany about my Dermatillomania scars.
♥ Press at Toronto's One of a Kind Show (blog post about it coming soon!).
Little Things Which Made Me Smile:
♥ This career advice ♥ Marina and the Diamonds' Electra Heart on repeat ♥ This inspiring quote. ♥ Planning an upcoming mini trip to Newark and NYC ♥ Ryan Gosling's velvet suit. Velvet!!! ♥ Teasing Edward with a laser pointer. Cats pouncing = adorable.♥ An incredibly clean office. (Thanks, Mommy! ;) ♥ This!! ♥ Peanut butter cookies. ♥
Easy, gorgeous spring mason jars. I love the bright colours and totally plan to try this.
How to fail for a month, year or decade and still be okay is packed with advice.
"Do you create anything or just criticize others?"
A New York freelancer is writing a book about how she lives in Manhattan on $1000/month.
An excellent article from GLORIFY (whose Twitter I run): Eat what makes you feel good-- whether that's raw veggies or a massive cheeseburger.
I adore Morrissey, and find it hilarious how much he hates everyone.
More celebrity news: these male celebs are feminists. Way to go!
Have you ever been to Bali? Indonesia looks beautiful.
The most brilliant thing I've read all week is this article from The Onion:
"Do what you love…in between work commitments, and family commitments,
and commitments that tend to pop up and take immediate precedence over
doing the thing you love. Because the bottom line is that life is short,
and you owe it to yourself to spend the majority of it giving yourself
wholly and completely to something you absolutely hate, and 20 minutes
here and there doing what you feel you were put on this earth to do."
Have a wonderful Easter weekend!