The Fortnightly || What I Have Been Enjoying Recently #13

Work work work work work (to the tune of Rhianna). All I feel like I have been doing for the past two weeks is *living* at work, coming home in the dark, hibernating in my house, waking up in the dark and doing it all again the next day. Anyone else just DONE with the dark nights?

It’s been a bit of a slog of a fortnight but as this goes live I’ll be heading to Prague for a little mid-week getaway, so I can’t complain really.

What I have been enjoying lately… 

These smartie cookies by A Bookish Baker look absolutely *delicious*.

An honest look at housework and emotional labour and how it can be better managed.

Milly’s photos of Iceland want me to book my flights ASAP. I just wish it wasn’t so damn expensive!

The mistakes we make can teach us valuable lessons. Or so they say. The author of this article shares the lessons he learned from making mistakes in his twenties.

Sophie writes a beautiful ode to her twenties, as she turns 29.

After watching Bohemian Rhapsody, I’m interested to learn more about Freddie Mercury’s life. This article celebrates why we all need to be a bit more outrageous, like Freddie.

Sophie talks about the need to stop putting off the things that you’ll say you do ‘one day’. I’m certainly a one-day kind of girl, so this post really resonated.

Want to read some more great articles and blog posts? Check out The Fortnightly archives here. If you have discovered something amazing, please share everything you’ve been enjoying in the comments!