January 13, 2017

Friday Finds No. 13

Happy Friday my friends! I think this is the first weekend in about a month that I have no where to be and nothing to do, and I am thrilled. As fun as it is have weekend getaways and fun plans made, sometimes is it equally as nice to just have a relaxing weekend at home. I plan on doing a whole lot of nothing and taking advantage of some much needed down time! I hope that you enjoy whatever you have in store for the weekend, whether super fun plans or a low key weekend like me! Below I have linked some of my finds from this week. Enjoy and hello weekend!

Dear Victoria // I came across this very interesting British Vogue article in which Victoria Beckham pens a letter to her younger self. She shares advice and insight into things she wishes she had or maybe hadn't done with just the right amount of 'you will be alright' tone. I enjoyed hearing what she would tell her eighteen year old self, and it definitely got me thinking. What do you think your future self would tell your present self? Maybe whatever answer you come up with to that question should be taken to heart and actually applied to your current self. Who knows, maybe it will save you some regrets down the road. Interesting food for thought, right?

Beauty & the Beast // Who else is super excited for this!? I know I am. Beauty and the Beast is one of the classic Disney movies I grew up on and I was even lucky enough to see it on Broadway as a kid. You just can't beat the story and the music always gets me. I cannot wait to see it on the big screen once again, but this time many years older than last time and of course with Emma Watson as Belle. Hurry up March!

The One // Yes. Yes. Yes. This is everything right now and I urge all you ladies (and even guys) out there to read this. Ever since I knew what it meant, I have considered myself a hopeless romantic. I love to love this grand idea that there is one person out there meant for us - our soulmate, the one. It sounds crazy, I know, and yet I believe it...or so I did. Recently this belief has been challenged by my own curious mind. It's not so much that I don't believe in this idea of 'the one' because I do believe that maybe for some people it is possible, but how in a world filled with seven billion people could there be only one person in which we fall in love with, are compatible with, and ultimately happy with? I just have a hard time wrapping my head around it. Who knows, maybe there is a soulmate out there for everyone, maybe we just never meet them - or maybe we do, but the sad, heartbreaking reality is that they aren't always the person with whom we spend our lives.

xo. G 

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