26 september 2014

{big ben} via chevrons & éclairs

do everything with so much love in your heart
that you would never want to do any other way.

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♫♪ The Black Keys – Gotta Get Away

I think I have been over exerting myself lately. Too much on a single plate and it’s finally catching up to me. Evenings have been late and mornings have been rather early. Though early mornings I’m not worried about, but it’s the nights that I’m keen to get some rest in.

The fall season is always like this, as everything is starts all over again. Work starts to pick up pace, we’re lethargic from the long summer days, and early nightfall married with the cooler weather has us craving for a little rest and relaxation. Usually the autumn season, for me at least, is full of Indian festivals and birthdays then comes our regular holidays like Thanksgiving and soon Christmas and the beginning of the new year. It’s a rather fast six months and the ride, though fast, is quite exceptional as we live in the present and take each day at a time.

This weekend is the start of the Indian festivities that I shared with you last year. I have a very busy week ahead, so in between long nights celebrating this time of the year, I will be prepping for a week full of meetings and collaborations to share with you. Hope you have the loveliest of weekends! xo. -S

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a bit of autumn inspiration

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  • Helen

    Wonderful posts, thanks for sharing this lovely inspiration! 🙂

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  • I can’t wait for Christmas too! And I’d love to see photos of London then. as I know it’s magical that time of the year! Happy weekend Supal! <3 🙂

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  • Whew! You have quite a week ahead of you then! I love the holiday rush, I really do (it’s so magical), I just wish it all stretched into February to brighten up those post-January-first blues…I can’t wait for Diwali this year, though!

    • Diwali and such is exactly what I’m talking about! It all just bleeds together doesn’t it? It’s been one heck of a weekend and this week is just as busy, but I wouldn’t have it any other way 🙂 x

  • joi

    This is definitely on my list of places to visit!


  • I agree with you, cold weather demands relaxation and peaceful evenings. Even though these months fly by I enjoy every minute, specially winter holidays! I’m looking forward to this year’s post about your Indian festivities 😀 Thanks for the mention of my autumn look dear <3 X

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    • So surprising but it’s definitely warm now again in London haha. Indian summer anyone?! And yes! Can’t wait to recap 🙂 xx