SeVeN Favorite Links And Articles for Spring

Tulips in the village Art Boards by ARTbyJWP from Redbubble

Pablo Neruda had written that one can cut all the flowers, but he cannot keep the spring from coming. For blogging, please allow me to paraphrase it; no matter how many flower pics we add on our blog, we cannot bring the spring earlier.

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11 Useful Articles For Your Spring Capsule Wardrobe

One of the things I believe is difficult to do nowadays is to define how many clothes and what kind of clothes we need in our closet.The common thing I hear from my friends is that despite the full of clothes closets, they have nothing to wear.  I would call it as the syndrome of the collector. We can’t leave the clothes that no longer fit us, literally and metaphorically, but also we can’t stop buying new. It is remarkable to read that we now own 120 clothes when in the decade of 1930 women had in average 36 clothes. I would say that my closet surely has 100 clothes or more and I usually wear less than 50 of them.

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SeVeN Inspiring and Useful Links For Father’s Day

Photo credit: Pixabay Shakespeare wrote that it’s a wise father that knows his own child. Thinking vice versa, how much do we really know our dads? Despite our thousand and thousand discussions, I believe that there is still more room to know, to learn and understand.  These are my favourite articles and links for this special day: ••• What Father Does Best by OP-ART on nytimes.com ••• This Dad’s Pictures With His 3-Year-Old Show Just How Hilarious It Is To Be A Father on buzzfeed.com ••• Top ten books for Father’s Day on telegraph.co.uk ••• The Importance of Fathers in the Healthy … Continue reading SeVeN Inspiring and Useful Links For Father’s Day