The Best of The Internet #19

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It’s October! I’ve recently started a new job which is taking so much getting used to, and gives me loads tired nights where I can do nothing but lay down and ponder about life, watch Youtube videos or catch up on your blogs. Which is kind of fun, but not very productive.

So here’s another attempt in me being slightly more productive and share my recent online favourites!




Sam Smith does the Spectre Theme. It’s called writing’s on the wall, and I am really not so sure about it yet. :/

Nutella Cupcakes, because Oh My… Jemma has done it again.

Things we Forget is something I can never share enough. It’s been in my links list in the sidebar for forever, just because I love it so much. Do check it out sometime for some positive vibes.

‘My hijab has nothing to do with oppression’ is an interesting video I found on the Guardian App. “Hanna Yusuf asks why a simple piece of clothing is seen as the very epitome of oppression. She says many women find empowerment in rejecting the idea that women can be reduced to their sexual allure – and we should not assume that every women who wears the hijab has been forced into it.” Some food for thought here.

‘This can save your life’ is an initiative from the ever inspiring Aron (a.k.a. iimono). I have been following his blog, then his instagram and now his website for quite a while. I just never clicked this link – and I thought it was too lovely not to share.

A soothing sound from Masayoshi Fujita. This here is a little, gentle tune from a vibraphone. I never really heard of this instrument before actually researching – because I do love the sound of it. This was made way back in 2013, and it’s from the Masayoshi Fujita 1st album “Stories” released on flau 2013. Very minimalist.

The Financial Diet is a cool blog about money. Yeah, I know right. I am yet to thoroughly go through this website and their YouTube channel, but I’m loving what I’ve seen so far.

‘You’ll Freeze If You Go’ by Tom Rosenthal and Hazel Hayes. It’s a Christmas song, yep I couldn’t help it. Sometimes you just got to add that little Christmas feel into it. It’s not as quirky, but it’s really lovely. You all probably know about Tom’s music by now (if not, see at least this). He’s a brilliant artist in my opinion. And Hazel is a film maker on Youtube who occasionally sings, or does her ‘Tipsy Talk’ videos with the likes of Amy F’ing Shumer. (Yeah, Google that!)

And that’s it! I hope you all have a good week ahead! x

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