Friday, 13 June 2014

Hooray – it’s Friday! It feels like forever ago that I was in Cornwall, but it was just the beginning of this week. I had such a relaxing long weekend and I didn’t take a single picture – I didn’t have my phone on me the whole time and I didn’t even have to carry keys! It was very liberating. In light of Freya’s blog post this week on keeping the freedom of travel and relaxation mode in motion once the vacation is over, I’m making plans to make no plans this weekend (but here’s what I would do if I was making plans…)

EAT: I’m taking a leaf out of Jo’s book and thinking about a little Franco Manca treat – I live between 3 different branches, so it would be rude not to, really!

DO: This week I was invited to the press opening of Return of the Rudeboy at Somerset House, hosted by the creators of the exhibition. I don’t often get to go things like this, especially on a Thursday morning, so it was a bit of a treat (with croissants and orange juice!). The exhibition is amazing – and free – and Somerset House is the perfect place to escape the heat in London this weekend.

LISTEN: My music taste is a little embarrassing and I don’t often add new songs to the repertoire, but this song will always be the one

p.s. I wrote a feature on Kerry from Seventy Tree’s sweet home in the latest issue of 91 Magazine, if you’d like to see. I’m really proud of it and love contributing to this wonderful publication.

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