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It's the time of the year when my birthday is coming. I've rarely been able to say what I want for my birthday, so I decided to start real early for this list as my 18th birhday is quite important. So, today I am 16 and starting my list for my birthday. I'm going to schedule the date of post and will probably forget all about it. SO, yeah...
But this can be a quide of what to give to your 18th buddy to! Imagine he/she is talking to you about what they want!
Here we go (remember to click on the photos to follow the links, bae):
1. My Life, kikki.K - $39.95
I thought that something to organise myself for my adult self would be quite good, and what better than a kikki.K. This is great to organise everything, but one of their time planners in addition would be marvelous.
2. A DIY scrapbook
A scrapbook of my 18 years on this earth, or of my years of friendships with you - it would heartwarming and beautiful 'cause I love you!
2. 18th Birthday Wish Jar - DIY or £14.95
This one you can DIY or buy it! Either way it's adorable and so pinterest!
3. Made in 1999 - 20€
Remember 1999! Love it! It's simple yet effective! And it isn't a tee-shirt saying something like I'm 18 'cause I'm not going to be 18 forever...
4. 18th Necklace - 18.95€
Simple and cute with the name date of birth and the little colour. This is a definite cutie!
5. Music compilation/plyalist
A compilation with songs with my name in every song, or the songs you know I love, or the songs we share, or even the songs for wherever I'm heading to - if it's universaty, travelling or working! It will be perfect!
6. Generally Etsy
I don't know about you but I love Etsy! You can look at my wishlist or favourites for inspiration!
So, that was my list of 6 things I think an 18 year old me would like for her birthday.
I hope it inspired you for any situation you are in!
- 16 year old M
This book is before anything honest and down right sexy, and my first feminist novel read.
A feminist book has never been more relaxed, funny and shocking in a paragraph. Reading it you have the feeling that you are listening to a human. Obviously she is also an author - you can see it in the fluidity of her writing - but she isn't an essayist.
She is simply analysing her life with a feminist perspective.
She exclaims that we need more pornography (for more choice), that it is important for a woman (and men) to say out loud : "I'm a feminist!". Go on, I'll wait for ya! Say it!
This book, I had found it a couple of years ago in our library. I had started it, but after a page and a half I already had enough. It's really bizarre to think of it now that this book has basically become my witty Bible, like The Female Eunuch is for Caitlin Moran and many other women. I imagine I was not ready, as I am not ready today for Germaine Greer's book.
Taking this into account I understand that not every woman has read How to be a woman, but hey! The title says it all! I'm convinced every woman should read it even if it is just for the humour! Following this, I'm guessing that every girl should read How To Build A Girl which is why it is on my to be read (tbr) list!
- By Melodie Girardin
- On Sunday, 17 january 2016
When: From now till the 25th of December!
What: A FFF Contest! Fandom.Fashion.Foto (spanish for photo)!
You: Send photos merging Fandoms and Fashion!
Me: On the 26th of December I'll post all the photos.
On the 1st of January I'll post the 3 winners!
1st Prize: Will receive a printed version of the winning piece AND a handmade Weekday Planner!
2nd Prize: Gets to choose the theme for next years contest!
3rd Prize: Gets to choose the next WWW!
The cold comes with its downs obviously but it also comes with it's ups. Say hello to jumpers, scarfs and beanies!
Today I'm going to show you guys an outfit that I really like. It is around an old fashioned looking jumper but makes it pop and hipster in this outfit!
So, it's a simple idea: Match the jumper and the shoes!
Hey my Monos!
Christmas is coming! 12 days to go and I'm starting to wrap my gifts! During, one wrapping I got inspired (by the lack of christmas paper) and started to make personalized cute one! It's so simple, basically free and has a great end effect!
This is one of those must reads that you hear about constantly at school. People will present it to you at least once a year. I'm not attacking this at all, look up, I put a five stars onto it! The fact that people talk and talk about it somehow forces you upon reading it, if school hasn't already - and I think it's a great thing. It gives such a good insight in how people can be driven into blindness in totalitarian entities, all with such a simplistic flow of words that create the perfect context, characters and plots that are Animal Farm.
I knew the story from all the presentations I mentioned previously. I had seen the cartoon/movie plenty of times, I even recall demanding to see it again, and again as a little kid, even though it made me cry and is a pretty frightening movie - it left such a vivid images of it that I kept having as I read Orwell's words. But even with all the knowledge I had on Animal Farm, the book was a great treat. And it might just be me but it was much more lighter than the movie. Easier, but don't get me wrong the movie is amazing!
So, hum, in conclusion I'm recommending both the movie and the book to everyone! :)
Hey blogphiles* !
The other day I ventured out into the open world and went to a plant shop (Botanic). There I found a table filled with tiny cacti - so I obviously looked around - getting spiked on the way - to fall in love with 3 (non-spiky) cacti. I then proceeded to choose three classy yet simple assorting pots for them...
The result was really insta-worthy:
Don't you love it?
This is one of the best books I have ever read. I would have easily not have put it down if it weren't for eating, and school.
I found that this book was very simple and yet was able to make me feel the reeducation, the love, the anxe, and it often made me feel uneasy (especially at the ease that these boys have of stripping their clothes off) without being rude or in your face.
This is an extremely fine book that I recommend to EVERYONE (especially people learning mandarin like me).
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You know the feeling you get when you complete a project? Well that's what I'm feeling right now. Pride, excitement with a pinch of relief.
Now your probably wondering what this project was and why the über-long title who is ambiguous. Well for the title go talk to Jonas Jonasson to ask him why his titles are always so long and great (unlike mine)!
Now to drag the thing on I'm going to say that projects come into many formats so after a minor injury (at this point I have all your attention) and lots of discussions.
Now I proudly present to you *drum roll please* ...
The tweet says it all!
Warning the following text is jokingly criticising the specificity in which some people analyse “works of art”. Do not take it in a bad way, I am not trying to hurt any one. I personally have analysed some art works and love doing it, but sometimes these analyses are pushed to the extreme…
If a professor of history of art would come along and see it without being told by whom it was made - maybe a brilliant artist or a simple weaver from a deserted plain… The Professor would analyse it thoroughly and he/she would probably come to this conclusion:
I have already done a post a little like this called Lately... - except it wasn't favorites in the span of a month. This post is directly inspired by Zoella’s Monthly Favorite videos - except that this post is not on one specific subject - it is on three: Fashion, Music, High-Tech, and Literature.
Polka Dot Outfit: The other day as it was the sales I asked my father to bring me to Jennifer (the closest good fashion store). I came out of their with a new favorite polka dot dress, and a little white laced vest - both items being on sale. I have been wearing them together with a black hat. I can definitely say that it is my OOTM.
Audrey Hepburn. (1929-1993). The beautiful British actress from Hollywood's Golden Age, is tributed with a pink Google Doodle for her '85th birthday'.
Though I have only seen 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' (1961) I love Audrey, and her pure elegance.
I with the help of my photograph/brother, Louis, did a 'photoshoot' with the theme of the ever lasting Audrey Hepburn.
*it being my result, and the quiz itself
- By Melodie Girardin
- On Tuesday, 22 april 2014
P.S. Don't forget to check out the beautiful 'doodles' of Google from 2002 to 2014: