Weekend Reading, 10.24.20.

Weekend Reading 10.24.20
mask // necklace // blazer

Happy Weekend! Whew this was a weird one. I’m looking forward to some downtime. Tomorrow is my niece’s second birthday party so I am extremely excited for that but otherwise just planning to chill, read, and take it easy. We still haven’t chosen our November Bad on Paper book so I need to do some serious reading and vetting! Whatever you are up to, I hope it’s great – enjoy this beautiful early fall weather! OH PS – I watched Rebecca on Netflix last night and really enjoyed it, mostly bc I loved the costumes and set design and Armie Hammer is such a dreamboat.

Weekend Reading, 10.24.20

Cup of Jo linked to this broccoli pizza and it looks like exactly what I’ve been craving – planning to make it soon!!!

Another great affordable sweater dress!

I really appreciated this post about buying a home from Orlando. I am so happy for him, and also appreciate all of his honesty about the process.

How to fix an error on your absentee ballot.

Very very into this striped cashmere tunic sweater.

Healthy(ish) sides to make for Thanksgiving dinner.

Love this easy little $25 puff sleeve dress.

The best gifts for book lovers.

I really loved this home tour – so many vintage treasures.

I got this cozy henley this week and it’s excellent. Size up for a roomy fit.

Cameron Diaz and wine.

I just got this emerald green (cat!) night shirt and love it so much. It’s 15% off with code GRACE

My aunt sent me this article and it’s such a good one if you’re struggling right now: Eight months in: This isn’t getting easier.

A reader sent me a link to this “aunt print,” and it made me laugh.

Ordered this brown plaid fleece this week and will report back!

Holy crap, this incredible bookstore makes me want to go to China! WOW.

Such a fun (affordable) take on the tennis bracelet.

To the brokenhearted, with love.

I love these “I voted” stickers.

How to arrange a cheese board. 

This ring is so pretty and looks v. expensive.

Six ways to style a plaid blazer.

Everything we know about Legally Blonde 3, so far.

This is great news, though May 2022 is a long way away!

Very very into this puff sleeve sweater; the back is so pretty.

Coping with election stress.

These new face masks from Tanya Taylor are SO GOOD.

Six independent jewelry brands to know.

The best books of 2020. I am not sure I agree with the full list (Uncanny Valley!?), but love a good book list!

I bought a new pair of my favorite sneakers this week… than tan color is SO good.

Quotes from 25 famous women on confidence.

Six little ways to be more sustainable at home.


photo by Allie Provost.

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  1. That broccoli pizza looks fun! Have a great weekend, Grace! ❤️✨

    Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog

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  2. Becca:

    Thank you for linking the article ” Eight months in: This isn’t getting easier.” That was so comforting to read, I’m tired of lying when people ask “How are you” I know it is just a nicety and almost like saying “Hi” but it is nice to have reassurance that it is still ok not to be ok.

    I also really wanted to thank you for the article on election stress, I think setting boundaries has been so helpful for me, a little less NPR and a little more music or BOP
    : )

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  3. Cynthia:

    Great round up. I love your outfit and mask

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  4. I feel like I am the most excited about Legally Blonde 3, I have been waiting for this for so long!

    Danielle xx

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  5. Thanks for the “Eight months in” link. I thought it would get easier in the summer because of outdoor activities. But where I live (NJ), there are juuuuuuuuuuuuust enough people not taking things seriously that I wasn’t comfortable. And now winter is coming.

    I ordered the henley. I’m always looking for something snuggly and cozy that is one step up from a hoodie so I can wear it on zoom calls.

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  6. Jeannie Jung:

    Hi grace! I’m commenting here because I know your DMs can get overwhelming. I wanted to rec this book called The Talented Miss Farwell. I really enjoy when you talk about art and how it speaks to you and this book was a fun “catch me if you can” foray into that world, but set during a different time period. Not quite a period piece, and not modern day as well. My book diet is pretty similar to yours and Beccas- trashy thrillers and rom com reads with some outliers thrown in. This was the latter, and a good escapism read! Enjoy the rest of your wknd!

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    • Hi! Thanks for commenting vs. DMing 🙂 this book sounds amazing, I’m going to check it out!!!!!

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  7. Clare Perreault:

    Thank you for the COVID 8-months-in article…can so relate. I love stopping by your blog each day!

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  8. Kate:

    I just found the PERFECT Christmas gift for my sister-in-law in the booklover’s gift guide. Thank you!!!

    10.25.20 Reply
  9. I also have Rebecca on my watchlist, good to hear that you liked. Also, totally love the list of gifts for book lovers. I basically want all of them for myself now!

    The Career Edit

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  10. Sally:

    I finished “Leave the World Behind” this week and think it would be a great BOP book club pick! There are endless discussion topics, and it’s so, so well written!

    10.26.20 Reply
  11. I can’t wait to watch Rebecca! I love the old movie and hope the remake is just as good.

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