Hey all! Sorry for the radio silence – life has kind of got in the way of blogging over the last couple of weeks. Don’t you just hate when that happens? </bloggerproblems> On the plus side, I’ve got a bumper set of links for you this week so if you, like me, are spending the afternoon stuffing your face with a carvery before zoning out on the sofa, this might just be the post to keep you entertained.
Other than reading everything on the Internet, I’ve also been travelling down South to indulge my nerdiness at the Harry Potter Studio Tour, spending time with our friends and their new babies (there’s definitely something about that new baby smell…) and enjoying a hog roast for St. George’s Day with my Leeds family. It’s been totally rad. I’m also getting super excited because one of my best friends is coming to Leeds for a few days this week. No work AND afternoon cocktails? The best. What have you got planned for the week?
- 21 Reasons Why I’ll Nope You On Tinder
- How have I still not made it to Shears Yard? Definitely one for the summer dining list.
- In which misogyny isn’t art – um, yes.
- Elise’s post on how to launch a podcast is super useful. I’d love to do a podcast interviewing awesome people in Leeds – want to be on it?
- Four for you Daniel Franzese, you go Daniel Franzese! (On a separate note, is anyone else intending to be super geeky on Wednesday and wear pink for the 10th anniversary of Mean Girls? Just me….)
- Yorkshire has totally stolen my heart – I hope these photos of spring in North Yorkshire show why…
- Where is your comfort zone?
- Is this watermelon dress too kitsch or too perfect? I can’t decide…
- If you live in Leeds and love food, there’s plenty to look forward to right now!
- How to become an eBay ninja – so useful!
- If, like me, you’re getting married but are balking at the idea of spending over a grand on a dress, A Practical Wedding has collected plenty of pretty options which are a little bit more budget friendly.
- Blog Every Day in May? Why not!
- The principles of simple living are really appealing to me – and this summary is a great place to start.