Friday round-up time! Anyone else feel like this week lasted a month? I am exhausted and found myself with anxiety I have never had before. As you can imagine, I will be thrilled with Friday end, I am beyond ready for the weekend. This week brought on our first accumulation of snow, which provided enough of a mess to make the roads slippery, but not enough to cover the grass. Aside from taking Jack for a few walks a day, we are lacking in outside playtime and hoping to change that soon. Follow along on Instagram to see what we are up to this weekend! And now here\’s a few favorite finds from the week.
Growing up my mum was big into arts and crafts, which made me get into it as well. I continued with it through my 20\’s and it dropped off once I hit my 30\’s. With being shut down, I wanted to get crafty again and discovered copper kits from Timer Lane Studio. I did my practice copper piece and can\’t wait to make my feather this weekend.
Anyone just feel like you are really missing a place? My heart has been missing Marquette more than I can even explain. You can imagine my excitement when pasties from Lawry\’s Pasty Shop (my favorite) arrived.
I made Christmas Jam (Jingle Jam) this week to give out as gifts and even shared the recipe in case you want to make some. It\’s delicious on toast!
I also shared 31 things to do safely in December.
It\’s been an unusual year, and sometimes I wish I would have documented more of what happened. I recently saw my favorite shop Lottie Mae post about a five-year journal, written one line a day. The idea of only having to write one line a day makes me feel better than filling up multiple pages. I think I am going to pick one up and give it a try – January 1st is coming up.
With the new added stress and anxiety, I have been looking for new ways to add a little cozy to my life and did some research on hygge. Once I learned more about hygge I revamped my office space for Christmas/winter and shared 10 Ways to Experience Hygge at Home this Holiday Season.
Even though travel is paused right now, I can\’t help but fall in love with this scratch your travels romantic florals map.