Something for the weekend

So this is the 51st Something for the weekend! Little did i know when I posted the first that this would turn into a weekly thing. Not bored of it yet, though SFTW will now be on hold until I get back from the tour — if you want to look back through all the posts they are listed under ‘inspiration‘ in the categories list in the sidebar —>

Loving the new Moleskine postal notebooks

Green cheesy mish mash soup | cinnamon vanilla sunflower butter | the mojito smoothie

[video] Beirut’s video for The Rip Tide is amazing

The best wedding invitation ever. Fact.

50 ways to open your world to new possibilities

The Book Tour. from Photobird on 8tracks.

[video] Was actually quite interested to hear Jamie Oliver’s thoughts on Instagram

The Little Free Library

50 inspirational quotes to power up your inner bassass

RIP Nora Ephron – ‘baby fish mouth’ will always be my favourite line from a film

The camera garden of Andre Feliciano

How to read 7 books in 7 days

Vancouver is nearly full! Details about the NYC and Toronto events coming next week

And finally, this is without doubt the most entertaining video I have seen all year. I recommend you watch it full screen, ladies. You’re welcome.

6 responses
  1. Rhianne

    yup, that video made my day, thank you indeed :)

  2. Ross

    Awesome something for the weekend Susannah until I clicked on the Ambercrombie video! Reminded me I must some day get a six pack and my teeth fixed! Thanks!! ;)

  3. kathryn

    i love this photo…and his name!! i guess it’s because it seems of of context and the colors definitely add to it!!

  4. Esther Daley

    Loved this post, especially the link to Kind Over Matter. Have just signed up to their website too! Thanks heaps.

  5. erika

    I think that really IS the best wedding invitation EVER!!

  6. Paula

    Hello Susannah,
    I have followed your blog for quite some time now and never have shared anything here before.

    Just wanted to drop you a note and let you know that I bought your book, and is exquisite. I came in late to your blog, and knew very little about how you came to writing.

    I wish you all the best… Paula aka Rustika

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