Sep 21

Scenes from my Week

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After what can only be described as the best summer of my life (I think getting married and going on the most amazing honeymoon in the entire world will do that to you), I have to admit that I’ve felt a little blue this week. While I’m so excited for this next phase of our lives, it feels a little bittersweet to say goodbye to our truly incredible summer. I’ve since tried to spend a little more time this week focusing on gratitude, and really appreciate the simple things in life, and it has already helped my mood. Following are a few small, but wonderful, things I’m grateful for this week – and I’d love to hear yours. Please please please let me know in the comments below. Have a beautiful weekend, friends <3

{above: very inexpensive shoes that people won’t stop complimenting <3}

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{wearing the lipstick I wore to my wedding, on a Tuesday}

sources: lipstick, in Kidman’s Kiss
cardigan (note: I’m obsessed with this cardigan) | sunglasses (similar)

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{catching up on my favourite fall catalogues}

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{braiding my 2.5 year old niece’s hair so it looks “just like Elsa!!!” for the first time}

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{sneaking out early to treat myself to a fall inspired manicure}

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  1. Laura says:

    I was grateful this week for sunny days after so much rain! Writing from Virginia…

  2. Céline says:

    I loved to see the pumpkins that fantastic orange color and also the fresh air for long walking with my dog,

    And also eat that delicious bread :apple and cardamone that you give the recipe

    Thanks so much and also your reference for nice clothes at a good price. The cardigan is it the gray one Jacquelyn ?

  3. Caroline B says:

    Ohhhh my goodness! I absolutely love the throw pillow in the photo with the tea and magazines! Where did you get such a pretty pillow? And that tile floor against the yellow flats!

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