Favourites List : July 10th Edition

Some cool advertisements, one very interesting model project, reasons to visit Germany (like you needed any!) and an awkwardly hilarious interview with Mila Kunis. Plus, check out the redesigned blog + new URL (suze.is/here).

Istanbul: A journey to the centre of the world

The idea of Istanbul is almost more romantic than the city itself. The meeting-point of Asia and Europe, the confluence of cultures, ancient civilisation — clichés about Istanbul are a dime a dozen. And yet, somehow, the city manages to exceed even your high expectations, making you fall in love with it.

Sorry, not sorry

This video of poet Lily Myers performing went viral last year. If you haven’t seen it already, do check it out. I thought of it again today when watching the Pantene video which asks why women are always apologising.

Home after a fabulous holiday. Some fantastic meals, but I always end up craving simple home food after a long trip. This evening, we had keerai paruppu (spinach dal), rice, and doi begun (aubergine in yoghurt). Simple joys

after a fabulous holiday. Some fantastic meals, but I always end up craving simple home food after a long trip. This evening, we had keerai paruppu (spinach dal), rice, and doi begun (aubergine in yoghurt). Simple joys

Favourites List : Hay-on-Wye edition

I spent the previous weekend at the beautiful town of Hay-on-Wye attending the annual Hay Festival. Despite the mud (and it was everywhere!), it was a fabulous weekend filled with books, interesting discussions, and an intimate mini-concert by Sandi Thom that we stumbled into almost by accident.

Savoury muffins, two ways

Over the past fortnight I’ve been making savoury muffins for breakfast. I don’t like sweet breakfasts, especially on a work day, and these savoury muffins are probably healthier than a big bowl of sugary cereal (I hope!). They take about 40 minutes to make and are portable, making it easy…