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The Weekend Edit: 10 January 2020

The Weekend Edit: 10 January 2020

The Weekend edit: 10 January 2020
The Weekend Edit: 10 January 2020

This week marks the first full week back at work and as much as I’m sad to see the holidays go, I’m happy to be back to somewhat of a weekly routine.

Here’s a roundup of everything that caught my attention this week, and some of the things that I’m looking forward to doing this weekend


One// The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin. 

I try to read this book once a year (especially at the start of the year) to get me in the right mindset and set me up to actively engage in making meaningful changes throughout the year. Unfortunately I didn’t finish reading it last year but I’m determined to finish reading it this January and make notes of the parts that grab my attention. If you’re curious to see some of the other books on my 2020 reading list, check out this post.

Two// Leave Your Mark by Aliza Licht. 

I just finished reading this book and it’s really great for those looking to intern during your time at university (or an upcoming holiday) to gain exposure in an industry you’re interested in. Most of the content is geared towards working in the fashion industry but can be applied to any other industry out there. 

Three// 6 Ways & Reasons To Have A Morning Routine

I don’t know about you but I always tell myself that i’ll create a morning routine for myself to help me get through the day with more ease. Although I have a partial routine for mornings during the working week, I don’t have any sort of routine for my weekends and this means that I spend most of my morning either in bed or lazing around. Shannon’s article reminded me of the importance of creating a routine and sticking to it

Four// How To Have An Amazing Day

This one is an oldie but goodie. All the suggestions won’t always apply but I love the reminder that there are some things I can do to change the trajectory of my day if it’s looking/feeling a bit sour


2020 bullet journal set-up

If you’re not keen on purchasing a dated planner and like to create some form of a planner for yourself, the bullet journal community is one to tap into. I really love this 2020 bullet journal video as the set-up is relatively minimal and allows to explore your creativity


One// Donate to the bushfires 

Unless you’re living under a rock, you’ve probably heard about the bushfires currently burning in Australia. If you’d like to make a donation, here’s a link to the Australian red cross appeal

Two// Plan

Plan for the week ahead by putting all the important things for the week in your planner and also coming up with a meal plan for the week.

curation 2020 planner

REMINDER: The giveaway for the Saint Belford planner ends tomorrow night and if you haven’t entered, these are the rules of the giveaway

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  • Share in the comments section what you’re looking forward to in 2020
  • The giveaway is only open to Australian residents

Image Credits: Gretchen Rubin, Tangled Bliss, Saint Belford

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