My Favourite Articles and Links This Week
I loved these fake excuses that have been redone as movie trailer plots. Hilarious!
Have you taken the personality quiz at 16personalities.com? It really is accurate.
If your posture is looking super slouchy these days (and having 2 kids under 5, I’m perpetually hunched), try these stretches to get your posture back on track.
This is pretty epic career advice. Or just life advice in general.
I forgot to share this last week! The lovely ladies of Yarn in the City had me on their most recent podcast to talk about #baablegate, since I see a lot of modifications from my years of doing Modification Mondays. If you aren’t familiar with the controversy, have a listen – the controversy conversation starts around the 27 min mark.
My Favourite Pins This Week
Baked apples, turned into little apple pies!! A much healthier take on dessert, and such a special looking treat. I haven’t tried this yet, but I do love baked apples. Pinterest link is here, and the original recipe post is here.
I’m not a huge Halloween person (although this year we decided to get costumes and try to get into the spirit!), but I love this adorable round up of Halloween themed dinner ideas. The ghost pizza is my favourite, although the soup with the rice ‘eyeballs’ is pretty fun too! Pinterest link is here, and the original post is here.
Cold season is here, people! Not fun. I’ve had one, and almost everyone I know has had one. If you are feeling that telltale tickle, try this cinnamon sore throat tea. Milk (your choice of alternative if you are dairy free), cinnamon, ginger, and honey will make you feel a bit better. or at least for as long as you are sipping it. Pinterest link is here, and the original recipe is here.
I am crazy in love with big, gorgeous hue shift blanket -‘Marley’ from Tin Can Knits (I’ve been meaning to do a review of their gorgeous Mad Colour Collection for ages!). This blanket….. swoon. Pinterest link is here, and the original Ravelry link is here.
How cute are these masks?! For Halloween or for kids dress up, these pretty felt masks are no-sew and can be whipped up quickly. You have time to make these over the weekend if you need to! Pinterest link is here, and the original DIY post is here.
Have a wonderful weekend, everyone! We have all sorts of kiddie Halloween events on the go this weekend, and of course I’ll be on Instagram checking and liking everyone’s #CraftyBlissChallenge photos! Even if you are joining in (although I hope you do!) feel free to check in on the hashtag and see what is posting. Wishing you all a great weekend. Stay warm!