Weekend Links 7/14/17

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After a fast paced and wonderful week in Bellingham, I am home for the weekend. My family pupper, Bella the beagle, has been living in Bellingham with me as an emotional support animal. Let’s just say that she is quite pleased to be home, apartment living isn’t her thing. So this weekend we are going to enjoy our big yard, comfy couches, and endless amounts of food. In between all that we might check out a trail nearby and hit up the local farmers market. What are you up to this weekend? Let me know! Here are a few links from around the interwebs for your weekend…

Things that should exist for single people

Hehe

Interesting stories about parenting around the world.

Speaking about parenting…they do have a big environmental impact.

Tasty + healthy + another way to eat cherries this summer

Cuteeee

A pin I need for my new thrifted jean jacket because RBG is bae.

Also, this tote bag is perfect, thank you, Etsy.

Sunflowers are my fav

Shameless plug for my favorite item in my Etsy shop

 

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Weekend Links 6/2/17

 

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Oyster Dome Hike 6/1/17

 

It is finally June! I can’t believe summer is just around the corner, I just have to make it through my first finals week at Western. This weekend I am hoping the weather clears up a bit so I can go paddle boarding on Lake Whatcom, but if it doesn’t I’ll probably end up at a coffee shop drinking tea and hitting the books.

8 life tips from graduation speeches to commemorate grad season

A simple olive oil cake, perfect to go with fresh summer strawberries.

These dogs are so cute!

Something funny to lighten up your weekend.

My takeaway, from my Intro to Women’s and Gender Studies, beautifully illustrated.

I’m obsessed with this youtube channel, beautiful healthy food for days.

Greyhounds…I can’t even. So cute.

Also, I think orange tabby cats are the cutest. Always have, always will.

The US sliding backwards on climate change, not what I wanted to hear this week as a student in an environmental studies program.

One person can’t stop climate change, but collectively reducing our impact on the environment can…here are a few ways to stop climate change.

A little reminder for your weekend.

Have a good weekend everybody!

 

April Favorites

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I can’t believe it’s May already! Last month was crazy. Between adjusting to my new life in Bellingham and starting my first quarter at Western Washington University, April just seemed to fly by.

First up on my list of favorites, is the ring pictured above. After living here for a couple of weeks, I noticed that a lot of people were wearing layers of lots of really cool rings. So when I stumbled upon this one at the farmers market, I knew I couldn’t leave it behind.  Continue reading

Weekend Links 2/17/17

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Obligatory post transfer orientation vegan donut run.

This long weekend started out with a dose of sleep deprivation and a day full of new things in Bellingham. After a long drive home after night lab I caught a few hours of sleep before getting up early to head to Bellingham for my new student transfer orientation. But of course when in Bellingham, you must do fun things and eat good food. So we ate at Soy House again, because that place is amazing, and also picked up some vegans donuts. After all that fun I was pretty exhausted, so the rest of the weekend will probably be fairly relaxed. I think working on projects, snuggling my pup, shopping at my favorite health food store, and eating lots of good food is what’s on the agenda. Here are a few links from around the internet for you weekend…

A beautiful little camper.

Something delicious I want to make this weekend.

Some cool collage ideas, especially for a college dorm or apartment.

A desk and chair combo, I am in love with right now.

Also absolutely obsessed with these live edge mirrors right now.

Always loved paper crane art, seriously want to do something similar in my apartment.

Super cute necklace.

I know Valentine’s day is already over, but this is too cute not to share.

Cute weekend sewing project.

How I feel whenever I am surrounded by non college student food.

I hope you have a terrific weekend!

Travelogue: Weekend in Bellingham

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My first weekend of Christmas break I took a trip to go see my brother in Bellingham. My day started with an early train to Bham from King Street Station. I had to get up pretty early to make sure I got to the train with plenty of time to spare. This was my first time taking an Amtrak train and it went pretty smoothly. But I did end up meeting two girls who had a bit of a rougher morning. The were on their way to Vancouver, BC, so logically we should be on the same train, right? Continue reading