A few links to read, watch and get inspired on this Friday!

This article by the New Yorker felt like it was basically describing what is constantly happening in my head. Titled ”Everything I Am Afraid Might Happen If I Ask New Acquaintances to Get Coffee”, it portrays how anxiety and worry can be so exhausting!

Claire Cain Miller wrote a beautiful essay in the New York Times. ‘How to Raise a Feminist Son‘ is compelling and shines a light on something we might tend to forget.

I think I’m in love with Jemima Kirke. Her sister is as beautiful and eloquent as her. This series on youtube, I really like and all of their interviews are awesome.


This is a bit dated, but have you watch this interview? I can’t find the complete version on youtube, but if you can find it, I suggest you watch it.


Finally, just because This is Us is starting its Season 2 in a few weeks, a tiny interview with the amazing Milo Ventimiglia. Like, marry me Milo. This brilliant and beautifully written series makes me cry every.single.time. And not to say the least, we are all in love with a guy rocking an 80’s mustache.


Some inspirations to start the week !


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  1. This headpiece! If I’d had it, I would wear it every day, while working, grocery  shopping, walking, you name it.
  2. I love her instagram. Her asthetics are beautiful and one again, this headpiece is to die for
  3. I stumbled upon her creation and I feel in love. I WANT ONE! I can’t seem to find where Sheena sells her pieces but if you do, let me know!
  4. This projet by Lewis Miller is insanely beautiful. I wish I’d have those installations permanently in my town! This projet is called Flower Flashes. You can read more about it here.
  5. This article as been all over the internet. The Most Magnificent Trees, but this Rhododrendon as won my heart. I keep coming back to it. I dream of waking up and having that in my backyard.
  6. (and7)I am litteraly obsessed with Prune‘s flower arrangements. There is nothing else to say, hahaha! I haven’t had the chance to buy a bouquet or even participate to one of her workshop as she’s in Montreal, but I hope I get this opportunity one day. I find her choice of flower on point and her work is what I have been looking for in terms of florists for years! (heart emoji because you know)