Good Morning Monday. Last weeks discovered links is inspired by the wonderful things I discover all over the internet. Have a super week friends.
I’ve started this new Monday morning series to ease you into your day. Last weeks discovered links is inspired by the wonderful things I discover all over the internet. See last weeks post here.
1. My absolute fave drink done two ways. I tried both his weekend, SO YUM!
2. I love this home tour, what an eclectic mix of contemporary and vintage.
I’m starting a new Monday morning series to ease you into your day. Last weeks discovered links is inspired by the wonderful things I discover all over the internet. I wanted to share my wants, needs and good reads with my readers and hope you like where this is going….
So here gos the first ever last weeks discovered links,
1. I wish I could find one of these locally. DROOL!
2. I’m currently
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So holiday mode is feeling like its over, festive season, birthdays and valentines day are all behind us and I’m getting into this year. For those of you who don’t know I’m the Interior designer at Zana, so while things are quite over here, they are buzzing over there. I contribute to the Zana blog and we are so very busy creating a full lifestyle range. We have new prints in production, while we are preparing for the Kamers Market too. So like I said we are SO busy.
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Ok so you may be wondering why Melissa Louise has been so quite…. well truth is… I’m struggling to get out of ‘holiday’ mode. While I am totally excited and happy to be back at work (because my job is that awesome) , I’m struggling to be 100% productive with my days! Mornings are great, but by 1pm I am in need of a nap and or a cocktail by the pool!
I returned to work on the 10th of Jan, but holidays weren’t done with me then, we have since been on an MSC Sinfonia Cruise. It was WONDERFUL! Just what I needed after a week of answering a months worth of e-mails. Here are a few of my fav photos from our friends and family time away. We cruised from Cape Town to Mossel Bay, where we were able to get off the cruise liner and explore the very sleepy town (it was 3pm on a Saturday and EVERYTHING was closed). It was a 3 night cruise, I could have done with one more day but it was lovely non the less! So much to do on board, beautiful views and delicious 7 course meals 3 times a day.