A week since my last post. Oops. I’ve been enjoying my uni break by working most of the time. 😛
Hello, I am reintroducing Foto Friday. On a Friday I will upload my one photo a day for the week.
As you would know I am a bit behind so I will just used today to catch up!
105 – Nice. Looking through magazines while getting my hair done.
104 – I made this watercolour for my friend Emma
103 – Funny Neighbours, don’t like junk mail
102 – Drinking regular lattes from now on instead of skinny lattes.
101 – Coffee time, and reading How To Be More Interesting by Edward De Bono
100 – Food shopping, preparing for the healthy challenge ahead.
099 – My last yolo pancake breakfast from Top Paddock before I began my 12 week Blogilates Challenge
098 – Enjoying a choc top at the cinema while watching The Hunger Games
097 – My uni friend Susan trying on my first dress from my uni collection
096 – Yummy iced coffee on a nice hot day at My Legendary Girlfriend
095 -Waiting for my coffee at Manchester Press.
094 – Delicious raspberry treat my friend Kristin and I shared together at Emporium in Myer.
093 – Love these moleskine notebooks, I have bought two packs in the last month.
092 – Finished dress number two for my uni collection
091 – So funny, this one day I sat on a tram next to a random girl and realised we had basically the exact same outfit on!
090 – Had a plus size model come to our pattern making class and we had to make an outfit for her.
089 – Christina Exie came to my school and told us about herself and her fashion label. We were even lucky enough to look at some of her design books and her actual collections.
088 – jelly beans shoes sent me some lovely jelly shoes! they’re so fun
087 – ingredients to make a delicious pasta salad
086 – visited zumbo for some tasty treats
F O T O F R I D A Y
I hope you all have a fantastic Friday. Friday’s for me is not as exciting anymore. It’s the last day of uni for the week. Which means work Saturday, Sunday and Monday. That’s the life of a fashion student yo.
Also happy first day of May!
This is a cool series of doco’s called The Day Before. I’ve actually, now watched them all!
I feel like I’ve posted this here before but I’m not sure. It’s just a quick watercolor painting I did.
Me. Pardon all the selfies in this Foto Friday. You’ll notice I’ve bought a new red lipstick and I totally love it.
I went to the Night Market and had one of these yummy spirally potatoes. And of course some Sangria.
Some gouache painting of the colour wheel.
Me in my red lipstick. I’ve noticed it makes my hair look more blonde than usual!
Lots of buttons at Jimmy Buttons.
Lots of trims too. I had the urge to start tidying up for them while I was there, but I resisted. The lady actually lost her keys while I was there. I have no hope that she was able to find them
My friend Ashy’s hat. So super cool.
I found this at work. I think the other girl did it, maybe something to do with the shirts we sell having thread treads. I clothes are made in china so maybe I’m thinking that’s why its translated. No idea.
My outfit of the day for uni yesterday. The red lipstick makes things more exciting.
This is my latest book club read, and I just realised I haven’t updated you on book club. I like this picture of Patti.
– Juliet x
Hope you’ve all had a great week and hope you have an amazing weekend. Much love. Juliet x
Who doesn’t love selfies? I sure do :p
(all these photos were taken by me using my iphone and i edited them using instagram.)
S A L T A N D V I N E G A R K A L E C H I P S
The recipe is from the book; “The eat, drink, and be gorgeous project.”
Kale is the new potato! These light and crunchy “chips” are practically guilt-free.
2 bunches kale, rinsed with stems removed
1 tbsp apple cider vinegar
3tbsp olive oil
1tsp salt (or less, as desired)
Preheat oven to 180 degrees celcius. Line two baking sheets with parchment paper. Cut the kale into 2-to-3-in/5-to 7.5cm pieces. In a large bowl, combine the vinegar, olive oil, and salt. And the kale and toss by hand until all the leaves are covered. Evenly distribute the kale among the prepared baking sheets and bake for 20 minutes, or until the leaves are crispy. If the chips are not sizzling or crispy yet, turn up the heat to 200 degrees Celsius and bake for a few minutes more. Baking time varies depending on the size of your chips and desired crispness; note that the outer edges cook quicker than the pieces from near the stem. The chips are best if enjoyed immediately, but can keep overnight in an airtight container in the fridge.
I only made half the recipe, so one bunch. I ate half of that for lunch with some chicken. They turned out super delicious. I just need to make sure they’re crispier next time, the ones in the middle of the tray weren’t as crispy as they should be, but they were still good enough to eat. Yum. I think I’d prefer these over salt and vinegar potato chips from now on.