This is the 100th Something for the weekend, and wouldn’t you know it, I’ve barely been online this week — more on that soon. But that hasn’t stopped me finding a few links…
30 ways to stop and smell the roses
[video] Just keep going, you got nothing to lose (via Helen)
Stacked style | Dali’s signs of the zodiac
Blackberry pie | mango sesame salsa | orange & vanilla overnight oats
40 maps that will help you make sense of the world
Obsessed with this song and this guy’s album in Icelandic (three free tracks over here)
And finally, Bookshelfies (brilliant!)
I really like the bookshelfies. It’s an original idea!
Thanks for writing ‘Something for the Weekend’ for so long. I always really enjoy them but can imagine they’re pretty time consuming for you.
Thank you and thank you for August Break, it was beautiful :)
Oh Susannah what lovely links! I’ve just posted some luscious links on my blog too – snap! Loving 30 ways to stop and smell the roses, particularly #24 – throw something out or give it away. I’m in love with decluttering and liberating myself of things I don’t want or need, especially when someone else can enjoy them :)
I am a little bit in love with and obsessed with Iceland at the moment, I’ve been listening to Samuel Jon Samuelsson and his big band – it’s so amazing and makes me DANCE!
Bookshelfies is ACE too, I might contribute my tiny bookshelf to the list.
Thanks for the fresh ideas.
Just listening to these amazing Songs! Thank you very much, Susannah!
On another note …I so miss The August Break ..would join a September Break any time, too :) The photobook of The August Break photos is just in print and the flickr pool is just a bliss!!!!!
I can’t get enough of Asgéir either! just dreamy, I put the same links in my blogpost last week as well! just got home from Iceland, and can’t figure out how to purchase DÝRÐ Í DAUÐAÞÖGN from the US. Kicking myself for not buying a copy there… Making an Icelandic 8tracks playlist for my blog, inspired by your playlists of the past. Thanks for the idea!
Great links – loving the 40 maps that will help you make sense of the world – fascinating! Thanks :)