☆ Putting together my list of 25 Things to Do Before 25. My 24th birthday is less than a fortnight away and I figure it’s a great time to set goals – New Years Resolutions never seem to work for me!
☆ Looklet. May be becoming a little obsessed. Perhaps I was a stylist in another life. Or maybe it relates back to my love of dressing up Barbies in thousands of little outfits.
☆ Writing. I’ve been trying to be prolific on this blog and post as often as possible (while still keeping it interesting) and it’s keeping me really motivated. When I started this blog, I didn’t really know what I wanted it to be, but now it feels like it has more of a direction. In other writing news, my recent article for StyleMelbourne is here, inspired by <insertnamehere>’s A Very Eco Christmas event.
☆ Visitors. Starting tomorrow I will be having a string of visitors over from Wellington (the windy city I call home). Thrilled that I will get to see so many familiar faces, including those of my family.
☆ Our Christmas tree. Its theme is silver, purple and turquoise and it makes me smile everytime I walk into our apartment. So what if it only cost $17 (minus decorations), it’s cute and has both He-Man and Skelator up the top now.
☆ My new shoes. My friend’s mum bought them for me at an op shop (because she’d been told my only flats died the other week). $4 – bargain! Thanks Sez. xx
☆ Ninja Turtles. I always loved the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles but was transported back to my youth when I attended my cousin’s dance concert and little 12 year olds were dancing along to the theme song. That and the Bat Dance were hilarious.
☆ Positive horoscopes for 2010. I’m very excited after flicking through Marie Claire and finding that they agree with me – 2010 is going to be my year!
☆ Music. More specifically, planning to record tracks in order to get an agent. One of my goals before 25 is to earn $10,000 in the year from creative pursuits – most importantly, singing. I didn’t get a music degree for nothing!
(thanks to everyone for contributing, I love hearing about your
Airdrie: Yesterday’s absolutely perfect weather and my new vintage black trilby from Coburg Trash ‘n’ Treasure market
Amy: Two relaxing hours at the hair salon with a new cut and colour
Bec: Sunshine on a rainy day, baby elephants, fresh baked bread and pastries and summer cocktails
eventTHIS: The bus advert for Santa’s Helper made out of Lego
Felicity said she loved ME – awww!
Fiona: Lying on the grass with a good book and soaking up the few hours of Melbourne sun before the clouds come back
Paper Couturiere: Real life Mexican food
Sarah: Chocolate biscuits for lunch, public recognition of effort, tomatoes, charity drives and CHRISTMAS!
Sweet Libertine: Watermelon (cold from the fridge with the juice running down your chin)
Let me know what you have loved this week!