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Feb 27

Monday Musings

Monday MusingsEight links I’m loving from around the web…

:: This year’s food trends
:: The reason people blush
:: The cutest spring slide, for a steal
:: The right way to credit instagram images
:: What being an adult is really like, summed up
:: Sadly, and hilariously, this feels all too close to home
:: My new favourite cooking “show”, inspired by famous TV dishes
:: And Coconut vanilla bean white russians (I can’t even handle how delicious these sound)

[break]Cocktail: SFgirlbyBay | Closet: Domino | Hat: Darling Magazine | Spring Dress: Gal Meets Glam

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  1. Abby says:

    thanks for including me pretty lady! xoxo

  2. Kaylee says:

    Aw, you’re so sweet for sharing my link, thank you! Also, I relate waaaay too much to that working from home skit. Forever dipping my bananas directly into the peanut butter :P

    http://theblondielocks.com/

  3. Brooke says:

    Thanks for sharing, giving the proper credit to all the artists involved and their work is so important!
    http://chenilleandchampagne.com/

  4. whitney says:

    Some great links, I’m definitely going to watch that cooking show, I had never heard of it. Happy Monday!

  5. Della says:

    The information in the post on “sharing Instagram photos” is incorrect, at least in Canada and the US.

    It’s not just “good manners” to get a photographer permission before posting an image on your blog – it’s the law and you could get sued if you post an image without permission since, at least in Canada, photographers own their photo copyright. That means that you can’t “share” the image – even if you credit it properly or find it on Instagram – without permission from the photographer.

    There’s this philosophy that an image is online so it’s cool to just share it but photographers make their living creating those photos and a lot of bloggers make a living piggybacking off their work without proper compensation (though it doesn’t matter if you make money blogging or not – if you use an image without permission you could get sued).

    Some photographers would be happy to have their work shared on a blog but many want to be properly compensated for their work and “well I couldn’t find who the original photographer was” or “the image is everywhere” or “I’m just a small blog” aren’t excuses you can use in court.

  6. nikki says:

    There is nothing better then a beautifully wallpapered closet!

    http://www.shopthecoconutroom.com

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