THE FORTNIGHTLY || WHAT I HAVE BEEN ENJOYING RECENTLY #24

A selection of my favourite posts from around the internet, from the past two weeks.

Enjoy! 

This interview on Elizabeth Day is brilliant. A journalist and author, Elizabeth Day is such a phenomenal woman who talks so much sense. Her podcast How To Fail is brilliant and her book, of the same name, is on my TBR pile!

How to get through bad days. 

The way Dolly describes spring in this article is beautiful.

I really enjoyed this Ask Polly article by The Cut on how we need to get over our issues with time.

Brings the bee’s back with these fantastic flower seeds. I absolutely *love* this idea.

Level Up, a feminist group, have successfully campaigned for changes in the language the media use when reporting on domestic violence. A fantastic result!

Here are some fantastic tips on how to get yourself out of a creative slump.

Random acts of kindness you can do today. 

I enjoyed reading Katy’s post on 10 things she likes about herself. We all need to celebrate ourselves more!

I am absolutely making these cheesecake stuffed cupcakes. They look amazing!

I’ve been on eco-warrior mode recently after watching Our Planet on Netflix and Bethany Austin is a great person to follow for all things environmentally friendly. Her post on how to reduce our impact on the environment is well worth a read. 

As someone who has a driving test coming up soon and who is HORRENDOUSLY bad at driving, this post by Dannielle on conquering driving anxiety was extremely helpful.

This post on trends is really interesting.

Completely agreed with Rebecca’s post on the ‘general fuckery that is blogging’.

Find Us Lost’s pictures of different Greek islands is getting me really excited for my trip to Skiathos in June!

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!

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