Weekend Reading, 3.18.23.

Weekend Reading 3.18.23
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Happy weekend! Today we are talking my niece to a play. She is very into spiders and the play is Charlotte’s Web, so this is going to be a fun little excursion for all. (I bought us matching spider ponchos, naturally). This was a very social week and I am craving a bit of hibernating and cozy time. Hoping to spend this afternoon and tonight reading before I leave tomorrow morning. Whatever you’re up to, I hope it is great.

Weekend Reading, 3.18.23

I enjoyed and related to this essay about ambition.

Madewell’s twice yearly sale is live! Take 25% off sitewide. My picks are all saved here.

I really loved this: why the mundane matters!

Drooling over this home in Chelsea, New York.

Such a pretty printed midi dress.

The librarians are not okay.

Currently my favorite Spring sandal. But also, these are a great “look for less.”

I found this really interesting: commonly misused psychology terms. I’m guilty of using anti-social incorrectly.

I love this home collaboration!

I love this sunny tunic dress!

Enjoyed seeing what Athena Calderone is buying (I enjoy her taste and her content so much!).

31 recipes to make this month.

Six new books for March.

Love love love this pretty midi dress, + it’s a great price.

Made me laugh – an ode to to tiny ice.

There is something so fun about this happy rhinestone and resin bracelet.

36 hours in Taipei.

Make ahead salad recipes for a week of easy lunches.

I just love the color of these baby blue New Balance sneakers!

These red wine braised short ribs look insanely delicious.

How stunning is this swimsuit? I love the straps. (It’s 25% off too right now.)

A super interesting update on upcoming beauty product recalls.

The best serum sticks!

An extremely cute casual matching set. (Top + Shorts).

What to read after finishing Daisy Jones and The Six.

A body weight circuit that also counts as cardio.

I think I need to read Pineapple Street after this interview with the author.

My friend Blaise posted this fun ric rac trench and I can’t stop thinking about it.

Espresso martinis worth traveling for.

This blazer just got marked down and it’s so good. I think the orange is my favorite?

The best cookbooks of Spring.

Six US hotels that influenced women’s history.

I do not need any more cute white tops but this one is gorgeous and under $100!

How Melissa McCarthy travels.

This shirt dress is so fun and the patterns are great!

I can’t get over this sprawling California home. The pink marble bathroom! The parties you could have!

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  1. Lindsey:

    I wasnt able to read the whole article but I can tell you the Atlantic piece is real. I work part time in a library system in South Carolina. I have witnessed patrons scream at my colleagues about books on the shelves, heard of branches having the police called on them because people were unhappy as well as branch managers being Verbally and publicly abused by members of the board of trustees.

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    • Wow, that is truly awful, how horrible.

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      • Lindsey:

        My apologies for the abrasive comment. Clearly I have feelings. Should also say I recently discovered your blog and love it and your taste

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  2. OMG! Iā€™m definitely trying those short ribs!!

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  3. Thank you for sharing the Time article on misused psychology terms – I definitely have adopted “trauma” into my vocabulary (thanks, TikTok and Instagram!) and it’s time to let it go.

    3.20.23 Reply
  4. Ellie:

    I started with that short rib recipe over 10 years ago and while I now cook it with my own modifications and from memory, this is what I use! I will say, as written this is A LOT of liquid, so I would pull back on the wine and stock and then check the pot and add if needed. I’m also loose with the herbs and use what I have, usually dried. And this method works well with cubed stew meat šŸ™‚

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