This week was heavy. I feel sad and powerless and ended up just taking it really easy yesterday. I read an entire (very distracting) book and then I watched a romcom (I Want You Back on Amazon with Jenny Slate – TBH I didn’t love it but it was cute enough). It will probably be more of that over the weekend… just resting and relaxing and trying not to do too much doomscrolling. I hope you are able to do the same thing… and if you’re feeling heavy and downtrodden too, I’m sending you a giant hug. Xo
Weekend Reading, 2.26.22
Meaningful ways to help Ukraine.
I got this green Mille dress this week and it’s everything. The perfect easy dress.
A fun read: How a Book Gets Made.
This tinted serum is one of the best beauty products I’ve tried in ages.
The best stuff to stream right now.
How one woman learned to love romance novels.
How to make pizza at home.
Texas isn’t the problem. The people running it are.
This pretty midi dress looks like Ulla Johnson (but for a lot less).
I loved this article on how set designers choose beauty products for characters’ bathrooms.
I want a tropical getaway!
One of my favorite body creams, especially for firming!
How to care for your skin before, after, and during a flight.
This little mini dress is so pretty and fun.
Anthropologie has way too many good dresses right now.
I love this maximalist townhome.
How fun are these gold Nike sneakers?
I really enjoyed this interview with Jenna Lyons.
I love a good one pan meal!
And I didn’t realize Pachinko has been made into a TV show. I loved the book… I’m looking forward to this!
The space dye pattern on this puff sleeve sweater is really pretty.
I really love this balloon sleeve cardigan. The details are incredible. I bought the pale yellow this week.
How to send food back without being a jerk.
This bedroom makeover is pretty incredible.
I love the bold stripes (and the back!) of this t-shirt.
This Brooklyn home is beyonddd, wow.
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photography by Laura Saur.