I've already mentioned my love for sushi, but the sushi you get at an actual Japanese restaurant is nothing like the one at Whole Foods (no offense!). Everything above was delicious!
Marc Jacobs wallet//Nivea Tinted Moisturizer//Bath & Body Works lotion//Blistex Lip Medex//Coconut Oil
Japanese Peach candy//Nail Aid Peeling Nail//Free People hair pins//Scrunchie
To say it's been a rough week would be an understatement. Countless issues ensued with my engineering project - including personal tension between members - and academia has been ensuring that I do not enjoy myself in the least bit this week. So needless to say, there are no Links of the Week, simply because I have not had the opportunity to spend much time online. Anything related to the internet involved emails, schoolwork, and more emails.
Therefore, instead of links I bring you my favorites of this week. These are the things that have helped me get through the week and have made it just a tad more pleasant.
Here are some links I've been loving this week. I haven't spent that much time on my computer this week - probably because of the crash on Saturday making me weary of overusing it. They are all pretty different, but here they are:
1. Like Crazy Soundtrack - Because it's a sad and beautifully made movie.
2. Flip Key - Been considering spending the/a summer abroad & this has some really nice deals.
3. Well Travelled - Love the pictures/places in all of these posts in Herschel Supply Co site
4. Parfasseux - This blog from Down Under is awesome! Love her style.
I've really been enjoying myself this week; which is probably bad since the next two weeks are going to require my full attention. My engineering project (that I've been working on since August!) is finally due April 22nd. Once that's done with, things are just slowing down and wrapping up. Can't really believe I only have 4 weeks left in university. I've been trying to think hard about my future, and how I want to lead my life. I guess I just don't want to spend the rest of my life at a desk, wondering what the world is like. Anyone else have that feeling? Or are we just the lazy, entitled generation our parents talk about? Personally, I think they're the ones who got it a bit flipped.
P.S. I'm going to make certain "Titles" a weekly thing. So expect favorite links on Fridays, inspiration Sundays, and maybe fashion Mondays? I don't know about all the other days yet.