After a busy month, I sort of forgot to keep track of my favorites throughout the month of April like I usually do. But I do remember the following three things that were definitely my favorites the last few weeks, anyway. Here are my selected recommendations/favorites for the month of April!
A week ago, I stumbled on this YouTube channel hosted by Amanda McLoughlin, where in the month of April she was doing VEDA (Vlog Every Day in April) with a whole bunch of videos talking about goals, reducing anxiety and stress, budgeting, organizing, meal prepping, being a good host/guest—and those are just the ones I’ve watched so far. Her videos are really helpful, she explains things in an easy-to-understand way—seriously, helping me be a better adult. I instantly subscribed and can’t wait for more. And I have to catch up on the videos I’ve missed! She also co-hosts a podcast called Spirits, which is fantastic.
In a recent YouTube video by CharliMarieTV, she mentioned this handy website that I fell in love with right away. It’s an incredible website that helps you come up with random color palettes, edit it to your liking or create one from scratch. Super useful and easy to use. And you can export them and download it right to your computer to use them for whatever project you’re working on—I’ve also used it to make a color palette for an interior redesign for paint colors, too.
Here by Alessia Cara
Let’s just say that this song has been on repeat for a week straight and I’ve listened to it upward of a two hundred times. Because this song is so popular right now, I’m surprised I love it so much. Not to say I don’t listen to things that are popular or on the radio—I love me some Top 40—but I’ve never been this obsessed with a song that’s this popular. All of my favorite songs and music is from artists or bands that aren’t popular or on the radio.
This song is fantastic—Alessia Cara is incredibly talented, as a former introverted-teen I relate to the lyrics a whole lot, and I’ll be honest, I’ve had a lot of fun learning the words to sing along with it while alone in the car. There, I said it. It’s a difficult song to sing along to—holy breath control—and I’m proud of myself for being able to do it while remembering the lyrics at the same time.
These labels for Harvest Moon juices and shakes reminds me of the same illustration style of Rifle Paper Co. Perfect color palette, great illustrations, awesome design, and a killer typeface that I’m in love with and want right now.