Remember how I said that Mr M & I have said no more big social outings until Europe? Well, that statement lasted all of 4 days. This past weekend saw us out drinking and eating Friday, Saturday and Sunday with some of our nearest and dearest and I couldn’t have enjoyed myself anymore if I tried. Life just fits at the moment and luckily I have never ever been one of those people to believe that not all good things last or that ‘something will go wrong because things are to perfect’. Nope. I believe that if we think good things and radiate positivity you will attract that right back. I do however feel I am in the craziest time vortex at the moment – like days are whizzing past faster and faster as Europe gets closer but at the same time, it feels like we’re in slow motion. It’s officially 44 days until we’re on a big jet plane headed towards lands and adventures unknown and Mr M & I couldn’t be more excited or overwhelmed with what we’re about to embark on. Here is this weeks round up of what is keeping me forever inspired from Pinterest – you can follow my boards here.
This look rocks casual style perfection for me from the hair right down to the ripped jeans. Love it all
I spend a lot of time in my study at home (or as I like to call it my inspiration room) so am forever on the look out for gorgeous style ideas to jazz up my room – this all white look with same sized framed photos taking up a whole wall (not to mention the dainty flowers and gorgeous chandelier) is my idea of office heaven.
I truly believe this with my whole being – how incredibly lucky we are that we’re alive, but this is a beautiful and simple reminder
I have just been gifted a guacamole recipe from Mr M’s grandma and I can’t wait to try it out so when I saw this recipe I knew I had to give it a go. Bruschetta is one of my favs so I think with home made guacamole, it would be next level
Scrabble is a big part of my family’s holiday memories so as soon as I saw these I knew I had to bookmark them to make when I get some time. I just loved this idea