Sunday Selections

February 15, 2015

Happy Sunday my dears! I’m a little happier than usual today because I’m being treated to clear skies and delicious sunshine, making it a Sun-Day to savour (get it?). Some of our dear expat friends are farewelling Berlin (and us) this afternoon, as their time in Germany has come to an end. It’s always sad to say goodbye but it’s not for long as next month we will be reunited once again when we head home for a visit. Needless to say, a few drinks in the sun are on the cards today. Wow — I haven’t been able to say that in what feels to be a long, long time! Oh and did you know that today’s post is the 50th Sunday Selections since The Department of Wandering launched a little under a year ago? Holy Moley! For an extra hit of Sunday inspiration, take a look through the Inspiration archives to the right. Yes, it’s a smiley Sunday today.

Here’s a little snap I took after work last week as I made my way to the gym.

Bode Museum, Berlin

Here are this week’s favourite links:

WATCH: This fun video makes me want to visit Iceland more than ever. Are you inspired?

READ: It’s so interesting how different cultures and languages offer a unique way of seeing the world. Which one of these six resonates with you? It’s the Danish ‘hygge’ for me.

EAT: These cauliflower quinoa cakelets are on the menu this week.

MAKE: How fab is this DIY ladder shoe shelf? What a great feature!

BUY: This clever àplat tote is the perfect answer to the conundrum of how to carry a cake or plates of food to dinner parties. I’ll admit that I’ve always struggled with this.

GO: Whilst in Europe, I’m determined to make it to the African continent, which really is very close. Janis’ photographs of the Sahara Desert in Morocco posted on her visually stunning blog, My Suitcase Heart, immediately transported me there.

I hope yours was a Sunday full of smiles. See you next time! x

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