This Week’s Pinterest Highlights
It’s finally starting to feel like Spring on the East Coast and I have the allergies to prove it. The past couple of days have been harmoniously sunny and warm, therefore there’s been a lot of outdoor excursions, visits to Pier A, and of course, outdoor brunching situations. Here are some of the things I’ve been loving this week:
Nothing says Spring to me like a vase of vivacious white tulips. Sure, they are not the most vibrant flower choice out there, but I just love the way something live brightens up a room and brings a happy vibe. I’m also planning on painting a chalkboard area in our kitchen, so I adore how this picture features both.
For inspiration this week, I really drew from this quote: “Life doesn’t have to be perfect to be wonderful.” That’s a concept I absolutely struggle with and have for some time. My expectations come directly from scripted scenes in movies and so when my real life relationships and conversations don’t play out so easily, I get frustrated. This is a lesson I definitely need to remember when times get harder.
See those quilted faux leather shoes? They’re my most recent obsession. I just bought a pair from Steve Madden and ever since I did, I haven’t worn anything else. I have literally been planning my outfits each day around these shoes, that’s how in love with them I am.
Buddha Press, a vegan and organic juice spa, just opened on Washington Street in Hoboken. While I’m totally digging their green juice selection (albeit, it’s a bit pricey), I’ve got my sights sent on their acai bowl. Strawberries, blueberries, and chia seeds galore!
You’re probably wondering what that adorable little green bird is doing hanging out in my graphic. That’s the mascot for Duolingo, a free app that aids you in learning a new language. I took a total of six years of Spanish classes throughout school but haven’t retained much of my speaking skills, so I’ve been using this app to practice and relearn the language. Speaking, understanding, and/or being able to read another language is an invaluable skill, something I’m enthusiastically trying to improve upon.
What have you been loving this week? Comment below!