Weekly Joy Feed

Happy Friday! What are you up to this weekend? After spending hours on end on the computer this week, I’m going to take some time to unplug and enjoy the beautiful weather. On the agenda: a trip to Milwaukee to take a dip in Lake Michigan, a visit to the annual neighborhood festival La Fête de Marquette and an outdoor movie night in celebration of one of our friend’s birthdays (instead of gifts she’s doing a fundraiser for GSAFE – isn’t that a great idea?).

Below you’ll find a round-up of some of my favorite posts this week. Enjoy and have a wonderful weekend!

A DIY Smore’s Kit. LOVE!

Blog Brunch-y Thoughts. Inspiring!

How to make a Tabletop Terrarium.

How to Host a House Concert.

These stylish staircases make me dizzy!

A beautiful feature on Claude Monet’s gardens.

Thoughts on slowing down and making it count.

Oh my! Caroline always has the best DIY ideas: Family String Puppets!

A conversation with Ray Bradbury on Doing What You Love.

Have you ever tried Fried Zucchini Blossoms? They look so tasty!

Wanted: Wooden Gem Stool.

How cool is this Light ‘N Go Bonfire Log?

Love these photos and Tips for a Cozy Evening in the Garden!

Weird & Wonderful Words.

xoxo

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5 thoughts on “Weekly Joy Feed

  1. Erin

    Lisa you’re the sweetest! Thank you for including me in your Weekly Joy Feed! I look forward to this post of yours every week :)

    Hope you’re having a great weekend. Outdoor movies are the best, I’m jealous! xo

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  2. Lisa Post author

    Melanie and Erin – you are so welcome! I Ioved both your posts – they gave me plenty of food for thought! Erin, we just returned from the outdoor movie and I can’t wait to host my own this summer. Have you ever done one?

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  3. Erin

    Ohhh no, I’ve never hosted one. What a great idea! That would be such a great way to spend a summer night with friends and family. Please blog about it if you host one! :)

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    1. Lisa Post author

      Erin, I definitely will! We’re planning on hosting one this summer (hopefully we’ll be able to pull it together by August!). I’ll definitely keep you in the loop!

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