{everyday beautiful life: automatism}

Happy Thanksgiving for all the US readers. Today I’m thankful for many things, which I’ll be sharing with you. I’m thankful for all my EBL participants. You all have given us a peek into your lives and helped us reflect on our own. I’m also thankful to Lori of Automatism for preparing this post, despite the death of her computer and having to get a brand new one this week. She’s a blogging ninja! Let’s take a look at what makes her life Everyday Beautiful:


Each day begins with a cup of tea. It’s a quiet daily ritual that centres me and readies me for the day.


I don’t leave the house without lipstick, which to me is a wardrobe essential. Not only do I not feel properly dressed without it, but I love the old school elegance of it, too (no lip glosses or the like for me!).


Blogging has led me to so many happy discoveries — at the click of a mouse I can view beautiful images of art, interiors, clothes and more. There’s so much beauty out there, just waiting to be found. Every day brings something new.


I always have a book or two (or more) on the go, dipping into in here and there when I can during the day — exploring the worlds within the pages of a novel is an ever-renewable pleasure to be savoured.


I love being an illustrator for a living, even when it’s tough (such as slow work periods or slow payment). To have a job creating art is a real joy, and I look forward to spending a day creating something beautiful.

P.S. The illustration was for a Texas Monthly article about a woman who finds that, after an evening at an expensive restaurant, eating a formal dinner composed of innumerable courses of tiny portions, all she wants is some solid home made mac and cheese.

Photos {via} 1. Debbie Trolar, 2. Marta, 3. Design*Sponge, 4. Sweet Home Style, 5. Lori Langille

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4 thoughts on “{everyday beautiful life: automatism}

  1. Thanks so much again for asking me to be a part of your beautiful series, Jennifer — and for your angelic patience while I was dealing with my computer meltdown!

    Happy Thanksgiving to you!

    :-)
    .-= Lori´s last blog ..Guest Post =-.

  2. hello and Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours. what a lovely post. i can so relate to it in many different ways. love my coffee or tea in the morning, especially in lovely cups such as the one shown in your image. the treasures you find in the blogosphere are truly and amazing and very uplifting even in troubled days. and reading is a passion for me, have tons of book that need to be read.

    thanks so much for sharing.

    ox, liz
    .-= Liz´s last blog ..{happy thanksgiving} =-.

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