Hey there friends! Welcome to Sunday! I’m with Nigella Lawson on this one. Vintage photos of mid century supermarkets Who remembers The Commitments? Photographer recreates photos of people he captured 40 years ago  Pedestrisim was a hot sport in 1800’s Zen-like beekeeper introduces us to his 200,000 girlfriends. Quarantined travel photographer creates miniature outdoor scenes …

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Happy Sunday Everyone! By now you are no doubt deep into holiday gift shopping mode. Maybe you are one of the lucky few who have started early. Lucky you! I’ve rounded up some gift guides for you to check out. Most are helpful, but I do enjoy looking at the more outrageous ones out there; …

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Image from Google search From the WFH archive The Turkey Day Tutorial Ina’s favorite Thanksgiving sides Ranking Thanksgiving side dishes by how healthy they are I re-read this gem by Sam Sifton every year! The day would not be complete without this classic! Table decorating ideas A sneak peek at this years MTD parade floats! …

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Image Compliments of Andrew Richardson Kickass Women in History Fascinating stories about INXS I could use a few new recipes for fish, how about you? Something Sauce – Classic WFH recipe! Amazing calligraphy using just a cheap ballpoint pen I’d love to live in Miena’s illustrations What to bring for Thanksgiving this year Why fake …

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Welcome to Sunday! Time to hang out and relax. Image courtesy of Tyler Nix. I reached 50k+ on my WIP! Go me! Taste the whiskey made by George Washington! Modern day elf Janne has a magical lifestyle. Drool worthy vacation rentals! Vashti Whitfield is an island of calm and reason in the stormy internet sea. …

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Hey Guys! This year I’ve had a lot of book promos but that’s not going to be the norm. I won’t be having three book releases next year (just one!) so I thought I’d fill this space in the interim between new books with posts I/we enjoyed when it was the old Wishing for Horses …

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The Brown sisters have been photographed every year since 1975. The latest image in the series is published here for the first time. And on a less meaningful note, check out historical paintings taking selfies. I love this photography project by Gail Albert Halaban! Sneaking peeks into her neighbors Paris windows! If cities are loud, …

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