Happy Friday! Can you believe it’s the final weekend of January? It’s cold and grey and snow flurries are on the way. If it’s not too cold out, I plan on checking out the Toronto Light Festival in The Distillery District. It looks like such an amazing event!
Got any fun plans this weekend? As always, I’ve rounded up my favourite links from around the web this week…
+ The right way to fall. “The key is to not fight the fall, but just to roll with it, as paratroopers do.”
+ A new Netflix documentary series about design is coming in February.
+ Invisible Wounds. Humans of New York’s new series tells the stories of veterans from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
+ The Taste of Emotion. Dominique Crenn on the poetry of cooking, the power of memory, and rejecting limits for women in the male-dominated culinary industry.
+ Bri shared an amazing Stockholm travel guide.
+ 9 documentaries to add to your must-see list this year.
+ Stay warm with this matcha honey hot chocolate.
I finished Kent Haruf’s Our Souls at Night this week. It was the late author’s final novel and I really enjoyed it.
I’m starting Columbine this weekend.
(Photo snapped in Alexander Muir Memorial Gardens last winter.)