Happy Friday everyone and Happy Fourth of July weekend to all my American readers! Looks like it’s shaping up to be a gorgeous, sunny weekend here in Toronto. What are you up to this weekend? In keeping with my weekly routine, I’ll be testing my strength at Développé Ballet Sculpt at Extension Room tomorrow.
Whatever your plans, hope you have an unforgettable weekend and stay safe! If you’re in the reading mood, here are a few links for you to sink your teeth into…
+ Giving love to the least of these. A great reminder to open our minds and our hearts to those in need.
+ I’m loving Kenzie’s post on why it’s OK to tell you story.
+ Fast Company interviews logo design legend Ivan Chermayeff.
+ Watch this short film: Actor seeks Role.
+ Yesterday, Jess kicked off her summer series theme for July, Book Club Month with Gretchen Rubin.
+ Reading this weekend: The Knockoff by Lucy Sykes and Jo Piazza, from this year’s summer reading list. An incredibly wise, chic, addictive and hilarious look at the inner workings of a New York fashion magazine in our Internet-obsessed world. Key themes: bullying in the workplace, cyberbullying, ageism and our obsession with technology.
(Photo snapped on College Street)