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Notes from the Weekend & a Few Lovely Links

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Notes from the Weekend & a Few Lovely Links 02.11.20
Jane Ormsby Gore / via Cafe Design

I ORDERED an exercise bike online last Thursday, even before the announcement on Saturday night of a second nationwide lockdown here in England. A few months into the last lockdown, we ended up ordering enough gym equipment to turn the spare room upstairs into a fitness studio. But after all the delicious bread and pasta and wine of the last lockdown, thought some cardio (along with our daily bit of lockdown exercise), might offset any comfort foods in our future. Turns out that we’re not the only ones with this idea, as exercise bikes everywhere are sold out and it took me ages to find a half decent one that was still available. I’m already preemptively missing drinks in pubs and browsing around shops, although we haven’t actually been doing any of these things for nearly a month now. A self-imposed lockdown for two hypochondriacs who have managed to be very lucky health-wise in our lives so far. It feels like everything is topsy-turvy in the world at the moment. Our one constant is each other, and that’s what matters most.

This week’s links include a beautiful Stockholm apartment in wood and warm tones; cashmere knitted bras for quarantine days; how to be indistractable and much, much more.

xo,

{p.s.} past weekend links

A few lovely links :

 

* This Stockholm Apartment Offers Lessons In Layering Wood & Warm Tones

* For winter days: this Long Teddy Coat (for styling inspiration click here)

* An Autumn Break In Herefordshire

* Apparently, my Long Down Puffer Coat is trending (pair it with this Tote)

* ‘This is not the country you believe it is,’ Neskantaga First Nation chief says amid water crisis

* For quarantine days: this Recycled Cashmere Knitted Bra & matching Knickers

* The Buzziest UK Restaurant Openings To Cheer You Up This Autumn

* For November nights: this Oversized Fuzzy Rib Knit Cardigan & these Pearl Drops

* How to be Indistractable

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