The Simply Luxurious Life®: Weekly Cups of Tea (1/11-1/17)  

January 17, 2010

Weekly Cups of Tea (1/11-1/17)

The week in review. I enjoy soaking in all of the thoughts, information, inspiration, and motivation that my favorite blogs have to offer. It really does feel like a community. So I’d like to highlight this week’s favorite posts. There are many, but I’m forcing myself to stick to five each week, after all, there are so many blogs, and so little time. Hopefully you too will be able to find something that catches your attention, makes you ponder a little more deeply, or simply brings more peace to your day.

1. Ruffles Everywhere

Ruffles are definitely “in”, and I for one am very thankful for more feminine styles. Bring on more great dresses! Thanks for bringing this to our attention Sogni e Sorrisi and A Life More Fabulous. (P.S - check out Sogni e Sorrisi for a free giveaway of two books - The Gospel According to Chanel and You Know You Want It)

(Courtesy of MaryRuffle)

2. Habitually Wonderful

Habitually Chic’s Heather Clawson recently was interviewed by The Neotraditionalist, and it certainly allowed a bit more of a peek into a very creative and inspiring interior designer’s life. Her blog never ceases to disappoint. Below is a picture of her desk. Who wouldn’t be inspired working at such a beautiful, organized and yet, in its own way, simply elegant desk?

3. Email Propriety

It doesn’t hurt to be reminded of proper e-mail etiquette and Classy and Fabulous’ Karla does a nice job of highlighting the major pet peeves that people may have, all the while stating it in a very eloquent fashion. Thank you for the reminders, it never hurts to take a refresher course.

(Courtesy of Classy and Fabulous)

4. Paris Anyone?

The Beauty File posted some beautiful pictures of Paris. Paris in the spring is just around the corner . . .

5. Staying Positive

The Happiness Project’s Gretchen Rubin has tips galore on generating a life full of happiness, but this article in particular made a great point regarding shifting one’s opinion in order to improve your mood. Worth a quick read.

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