Notes from the Weekend & a Few Lovely Links


Notes from the Weekend & a Few Lovely Links 16.09.19

DO YOU REMEMBER that feeling where you’ve been working toward something for so long, that once you’ve finally accomplished it, instead of feeling excited and celebratory, you’re in a bit of a haze and utterly exhausted? Well that was how things were this past weekend, but (happily) not for long, for after there was time for what actually happened to sink in a little, we began feeling a little more relaxed than we have in ages and did end up having a really wonderful weekend. We’re making plans again, and they are now not for work only, but for upcoming trips, and even for the holidays. The weather has turned chilly and the nights are falling quicker everyday, and you know how I get at this time of year. But the melancholy of autumn days won’t last forever, and you know that I do love cosy winter nights by firelight. The changing of the seasons always makes me feel a little wistful with its focus on the passing of time, but there are tall boots and cashmere sweaters, the sound of fallen leaves and sleepy Sunday mornings awaiting…

This week’s links include a charming Cotswolds inn and a new jewellery line at The Shop; 34 books to read this fall, autumn trends, Pumpkin soup with Gruyere and fried sage, and much, much more.


{p.s.} past weekend links

A few lovely links :


* Places: The Wheatsheaf Inn, Northleach

* At The Shop: Introducing chic & edgy new jewellery by Natalie McMillan

* Could this be the world’s simplest jet lag cure?

* For autumn days: Prettiest Pink Coat & this Wicker Bag

* 34 books to read this fall

* Winter Skin Care: The Rich Cream & these Anti-Pollution Drops

* Travel: The 50 Best Winter Sun Destinations

* For winter weekends: this Cashmere Hoodie & these Wool Pinstripe Trousers

* Recipe: Pumpkin soup with Gruyere and fried sage

* Autumn Trends: this Leather Button Up Shirt & this Structured Lapels Blazer