5 For Friday
Another week, come and gone! Crazy how fast they fly by if you’ve gotten into a routine and are just IN IT. This week with not much on the calendar it still managed to go by fast. But now I’m ready to just jump into the weekend (Aren’t we all?). Weekend plans so far are one last go at ice skating before spring temperatures (fingers crossed) start to settle in along with some general to-do’s of laundry and dropping off some clothes for donation. I’m hoping to snag some major reading time in as well, but we’ll see how that goes. . . anyway, looking forward to it turning into March next week and moving forward into warmer months. Hope you have a wonderful weekend ahead, and enjoy these Friday links.
1–Looking to get into this new Netflix show, Love, one of these upcoming weekends, and see what Judd Apatow and Leslie Arfin has up their sleeves now.
3–The BBC produced a documentary on the very secretive, mysterious Daft Punk duo, which you can watch on their iPlayer for the next month, if you didn’t catch the premier. Wondering how much they really were able to dive into and learn about les deux hommes.
4–I ate at this fabulous Chinese restaurant last weekend, and everything about it was sublime: The $4 beers, the cozy setting, and of course the fabulous food (we ordered everything). And the best part, 15 minute walk from the apartment. Booyah!
5–I’m constantly still reading up about airlines, travel, ticket prices and am always curious as to how much in advance I should be purchasing tickets for the cheapest option. Here’s a new one that has referenced recently pulled data from 2015 airline ticket purchases.