SBQL #10 – Song | Book | Quote | Look

I am sitting here working on a new mixtape for you guys, making up for the fact, that I haven´t been around all week. Truth to be told, I am looking for a new apartment these days and thought whenever I find the perfect one, I want to be ready to go. So I´ve been busy this week with cleaning and decluttering my apartment and my life basically. It´s been an exhausting week but also very rewarding to me. Have you ever dedicated a week to clutter clearing?

More about that next week, for now I would like to share my current favorites regarding SBQL with you. Are you game? Feel free to participate and don´t forget to leave your link in the comments, so I can jump over.

I am looking for a silk shirt/blouse with a twist for some time now and I am totally swooning over this Josephine Silk Shirt from the SSXSophia Capsule Collection (the back really makes all the difference!) I just love the above look styled with distressed jeans and nice pumps. Put together yet easy-going equals right up my alley :)

Lately there are a few Austrian musicians I am listening to on repeat. On top of my list is Julian Le Play with this song Rollercoaster. I shared a different song in my Sunday Mixtape but with Spotify I am not sure if you can listen to the songs from foreign countries, so make sure to listen here.

Who didn´t wish for a mother like Lorelai Gilmore? I loved Lauren Graham ever since and was excited to learn that she penned a novel called Someday, Someday, Maybe I am sure this was on my reading list for a good year but I finally picked up a copy and can´t wait to start reading this weekend.

If you follow me on Instagram you probably already saw this little gem.

>>Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn´t do than by the ones you did. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.<<

Isn´t this beautiful?

Now jump over to read Nina´s picks and tell us, what is your SBQL this month? 

// SBQL is an original blog series by Jenna Antonelli. We gather here monthly to keep the SBQL spirit alive. //