Weekend Reading, 4.30.22.

Weekend Reading, 4.30.22

Happy weekend. How on earth is it already the last day of April? Time seems to be slipping through my fingers, it feels like yesterday was February? I don’t know about you, but I am personally very excited for May. There are so many things happening this month that I’ve been really looking forward to: my dad’s 70th birthday (+ having my youngest sister in town), finalizing my new website (set to launch in early June), launching my paper goods collab with Joy Creative Shop, and going to Harbour Island for my friend Chassity’s birthday. It’s feeling like May is going to be a great month. Have a wonderful weekend ahead and enjoy this week’s links!

Weekend Reading, 4.30.22

How to stop freaking out.

J.Crew is having a dresses sale; I’m loving: this button front eyelet, this silky long sleeve, this classy cutout number (giving Staud vibes from last summer), and this yellow kafan.

I loved Jen’s reading list, + reading her thoughts on Going There by Katie Couric, which you know I really enjoyed.

A wild ride: The worst boyfriend on the Upper East Side.

Helpful: how much should you tip for beauty services.

I love the look of this oversized shell pendant.

This sparkling immunity juice sounds like the perfect way to wake up!

Our cultural return to happy and heartwarming.

Such a pretty smocked dress. Anthro! Again!

I loved this post from Cup of Jo: when you first start dating, what movies do you show the other person?

On the power of sending voice notes.

Kentucky Derby recipes!

Crushing hard on this Farm Rio dress

I wish it had been included in their birthday sale but it’s exclusive to Intermix.

What would it take to make us love our jobs again?

I have been testing this retinoid for the past couple weeks and it is one of the best I’ve tried.

On rebooting your closet for work.

All the best stuff (TV, books, movies, etc) coming out over the next two weeks.

SEA’s new arrivals are just stunning. Crushing on this red maxi dress.

Financial literacy tips!

This oversized raffia clutch is the perfect summer events + weddings bag. I appreciate the delicate strap.

These paleo turkey burgers sound SO GOOD.

Oh my, I’m excited about Eleven Madison Home – really hoping they expand outside of New York.

How great is this $30 Target dress!? (Also: this $10 t-shirt dress)

The art of friendship.

The only good thing left about Facebook. Made me think about how much I love our little Facebook community!

The buzziest new hotels in Europe.

I have been eyeing this block printed dress. The pattern is so pretty. I also love this sarong from the same brand.

What’s the difference between resistance bands and weights?

I couldn’t help myself, ordered the new Hermes lip oil in coral. So pretty.

Loved this interview with the founder of Ilia.

Look at this beach, hidden inside of a cave.

This Anthropologie kaftan is such a dream. I love the prints and the cut.

The most exciting hotel openings of the year.

A very pretty (under $150!) breezy day dress.

This is one chic IKEA makeover!

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  1. April Gaskell:

    I’ve been loving starting my Saturday mornings slowly with a lovely cup of coffee and your weekend reading newsletter, Grace!

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  2. I saw this article earlier this week and thought you’d like it 🙂 https://www.glamour.com/story/what-is-the-coastal-grandmother-aesthetic-tiktok-trend

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  3. Becca:

    Hi! Great links as usual, thanks! Just a tiny question/request…would you possibly consider noting the publication in the link description (such as just putting a (NYT) or (Atlantic). Since you only get a few articles a month if you don’t subscribe to some of these places, I personally try to be very careful which ones I click on. Thanks! (hope that made sense lol…morning [yawn])

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  4. MarciaMarciaMarcia:

    I always look forward to Weekend Reading, and this week I especially enjoyed The Atlantic article about Facebook. As I usually do, this year I gave up Facebook for Lent. I find it a great way to reset my relationship with social media. This year, however, since Easter arrived, I have found myself barely spending any time on FB. I haven’t even re-downloaded the app on my phone, only accessing the site occasionally from my computer. It just isn’t interesting or enjoyable, with a couple of notable exceptions … among them The Stripe group, which is one of the only reasons I haven’t just deleted my FB account. It feels so rare these days to find a group that is both fun and respectful, as well as a great information resource on everything from beauty and fashion to mental health. Thanks Grace for creating a forum of such remarkable people!

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