How was your week? Mine was okay. This is all starting to feel normal and I am kind of just getting used to it, to the point where it will be weird to have a week or a weekend packed with plans! I got a lot of work done, did a bunch of reading (I’m currently reading this thriller and it’s pretty fun so far!) and cooked a lot. Status quo. In TV news I’m back to rewatching Gossip Girl (so fun), and absolutely loving The Baker and The Beauty and we’ll see… I’ll probably find something else I want to binge this weekend! (Should I watch Mrs. America!? It looks great!!!)
Anyway, hopefully this week’s links are more interesting than my intro… I am boring! Whatever you’re doing this weekend, I hope it’s great. Stay safe, healthy, and (duh) HOME! AND if you need a book rec, check out my newly revamped Book Club page. I’m so proud of it, it looks so good!
Weekend Reading 4.25.20
I made Julia’s buffalo chicken bowls this week and they are so good!
The best books to read this summer.
Lolz – Diane von Furstenburg’s book from the seventies sounds like something I need to read.
Healthy alternatives to your fav comfort foods.
It’s old, but love this peek into Alison Roman’s Kitchen.
The crochet sleeves on this top are everything – and it’s half off right now!
This is so fun: quarantine looks inspired by romcoms!
Still living in this cozy fleece: the long, lean silhouette is everything.
Oh wow! This small business makes the COOLEST puzzles.
Love this meditation in “nature,” it’s so relaxing!
Have been testing this plant based retinol and LOVE it so far.
How to organize your closet.
Love this chic peplum top!
Such a chic Brooklyn apartment.
This ($40!) botanical print dress is so good.
Olaplex finally made a big size!
So smart: now you can do the New Yorker crossword puzzle with a friend.
Such a pretty floral top!
Wanting to make this pasta after seeing it in the Girls Night In newsletter.
Love this colorful Hamptons home! The hand painted checkerboard floor feels a lot like mine!
Such a good oversized tee!
What to make when you have no groceries.
photo by Allie Provost.