Good Things

Good Things

{ When one of your favourite webshops opens a physical pop up shop }

I can’t believe the first full week of December has already passed. And yet, when I looked through my phone to find photos for this week’s Good Things I can see that so much has happened. Small things, but good things. And the week ended in the best possible way with a visit from friends from my time studying in Berlin that I haven’t seen in so long.

I feel like I managed to find a good balance between work and relaxation and with a little less guilt than usual, so I’m counting on this week to be more of the same. And since it’s the last full week before heading to Denmark for a long Christmas holiday on Wednesday next week, I’m hoping to finish up the last bit of Christmas shopping, watch a Christmas show and maybe go watch the lights in Central London one last time.

What are you up to this week?

Good Things

{ We finally got a slow juicer (affiliate link) and have been juicing nearly every day the passed week }

Good Things

{ Leftovers from last Sunday’s yoga brunch }

Good Things

{ Walks along the canal with my favourite human }

Good Things

{ Alison Wu shared this in her story last week and it just really resonated with me }

Good Things

{ So simple. So good }

Good Things

{ It was a hot cacao and an energy ball kind of day more than ones last week. Winter has definitely arrived in London }

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{ Know The Origin has created a beautiful pop up shop in collaboration with so many great brands }

Good Things

{ Sunshine and Broadway Market is always a good combo }

Good Things

{ Escaping the snow on Sunday with the beautiful exhibition Balenciaga: Shaping Fashion at the V&A. If you get the chance; go! It’s there until 18 February 2018 }

 

 

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Hella Lynggaard

2 Comments

  1. Great resume of this week and especially of a wonderful weekend reunited. Like old times. Thank you for showing us around my dear friend. Wonderful mix. Natacha

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