Notes from the Weekend & a Few Lovely Links


Notes from the Weekend & a Few Lovely Links 05.10.20

P AND I ALWAYS HAVE all of these interesting conversations about everything and often I think, I have to tell them this, or I have to tell them that, but when it comes time to tell you, here on Mondays, I can’t remember a thing. The world feels even crazier these past few days than it has before (I know it hardly seems possible), and we are trying not to get too stressed out when checking the news, but cases of the virus have increased by shocking numbers here in England and things seem to be spiraling a little out of control these days in all areas. I am in the middle of two new books at moment, one that’s a novel that I knew nothing about before I decided to add it to my Kindle, and the other, an actual, real hardcover book that P picked up for me at the local bookstore, about the history of the North East of England. There is a crispness in the days now, and the leaves here have gone red. In the mornings, we have to turn the heat on and in the evenings, we light the fire and candles, making the cottage as cosy as possible. I once read a quote that said, “Autumn exists to remind us that things must end to begin again.”

This week’s links include the best log cabins in the UK and camel coats for chilly autumn days; a minimalist kitchen in Sweden; how to travel the world without leaving your house and much, much more.


{p.s.} past weekend links

A few lovely links :


* The best log cabins in the UK

* For chilly autumn days: this Classic Camel Coat & this 14k Gold & Diamond Angeles Crest Ring

* The new brew: Golden Coffee

* At the office: Ruffled Broderie Anglaise Sweater & this chic, Light-Weight Tote

* A Minimalist Grey Kitchen In Sweden

* Autumn style inspiration: this Leopard Jacquard Knit & this pretty 14k Gold Ellipsis Ring

* How To Travel The World (Without Leaving Your House)

* For the weekend: this Alpaca-Blend Jumper & these Pearl Drop Earrings