Weekend Reading | 6.7.19.

Weekend Reading | 6.7.19.

happy Friday! Today we are on our way to DC for our podcast live show – it’s tonight and I am so excited. We sold this one out so it should be quite a crowd… and we are staying at a really pretty hotel. Tomorrow I’ve cleared my calendar to have a nice relaxing day and explore more of DC… sleep in, order room service, and then ALL of the gallery + museum hopping! (If you have any DC MUST do’s, please leave them in the comments!!) Whatever you’re up to this weekend, I hope it’s great! Lots of fun links for you this week… enjoy! xox

Weekend Reading | 6.7.19

These recipes look delicious AND easy!

We all need this cheerful ($35!) rainbow sweater. (Plus version here!)

Jenn, Jess, and Anna all wrote the NICEST posts about our live show in Chicago. Seriously so nice of them. Go read them!

Very intrigued by these inexpensive beauty products

This summer cashmere all looks SO NICE. It’s sustainable, too.

A favorite new follow on Instagram.

Love this sweet ruched blouse.

Plus-size cliches worth breaking.

This was going around the Facebook group and I think something single people can really relate to: what to say when your coupled off friends complain about their relationships and you’re just not in a place to hear it.

This button front stripe dress is so cute!

On sticking to good habits

One of my favorite shirts from last year now comes in fun rainbow stripes…

I really related to this article about dealing with all of the weddings, showers, etc. when you’re single.

Yoga poses to do before bed for a better night of sleep!

Love these confetti-esque earrings.

Great advice: how to work on a team when you’re an introvert.

Looove this tie front midi skirt – the black is practical but the yellow is really fun!

How to get more vitamin D!!!

Yikes – how sugar can mess with your anxiety.

I’m currently testing this brand new mascara and really like it so far.

Why not add a little more joy to your summer!?

How cool are these rope slides!?

Made me LOL – the hottest coping mechanisms right now.

How to find an apartment in NYC.

I’m all out OBSESSED with this body oil – leaves skin truly glowing. I packed it for our live show tonight; it makes your legs look so good!

Interesting: workout gear that helps correct your posture.

I love the look of these wide leg chinos – especially the pale blue.

Yummmm – how good does this lemony pasta look!?

This tote is for kids… but I want it?!

photo by Carter Fish.

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  1. Good luck on your live show, Grace! Iā€™m excited for you! šŸ™‚ Thanks for the links and enjoy your weekend!

    Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog

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  2. Have fun at your live show, I hope it all goes well. And I’m definitely gonna check out that article about the inexpensive beauty brands, I’m always looking for something new to try.

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  3. Lisa Autumn:

    Happy weekend lovely!

    x Lisa | lisaautumn.com

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  4. Norma:

    I’m checking out the inexpensive beauty products article and the one about good habits. Thanks for sharing and have fun tonight!

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  5. I read that Atlantic article and I had a hard time with it. I feel like it actually can apply to anything (one friend having a tough time at work while another is unemployed, struggling with morning sickness while another friend is struggling with infertility, one friend having an exciting life event while another is going through a difficult time personally, etc.) and I would hope that no matter what side I was on with the equation that I’d be able to be as honest as possible with a friend. Even if it meant feeling my own bit of sadness internally while being there for her fully. You know? I don’t know I feel like I’ve been on both sides for ALL kinds of reasons… ā€ā™€ļø

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    • I completely agree!!!! I feel the same exact way – it’s really relevant to so many other areas of life. šŸ™‚

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  6. Nicole:

    Bummed I won’t be able to make it to your show in my town! But highly recommend checking out the Phillips Collection in Dupont after you have brunch at Mintwood. You should also check out Salt & Sundry and their sister shop – Little Leaf. For dinner, I suggest venturing over to the Navy Yard area to Chloe with post dinner drinks at District Winery. Enjoy!

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  7. Renata Ko:

    If you are looking for a speakeasy, check out The Mirror while in DC.

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  8. Brianna Rooney:

    Head to the Newseum…it’s closing this year and it’s incredible, worth paying for (not a Smithsonian so it’s maybe $20?)

    ALSO, question, have you tried the new Sephora Collection products? I keep getting targeted ads for them and it’s clean and looks cute but would love to hear your thoughts!

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  9. Thanks for including me!!! XOXO

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  10. Carol:

    So many great links – thanks!
    I recently listened to your interview on Ali on the Run podcast so new reader/follower.

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  11. Lanci Cole:

    Grace, seeing you in a few hours (wahoo!) but IT IS PRIDE!!!!! The parade and all general festivities are upon us! The Jefferson is perfectly walkable to catch a few floats and cheer on everyone. The city is going to be nuts in the best way this weekend, enjoy!

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  12. I hope the live show goes well! Union Market for food and some fun little shops is one of my favorite places in DC.

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  13. “Why I’m Done Celebrating the Accomplishments of Couples” really resonated with me, holy moly! I found myself nodding along to literally every single word of that post. I’ve been single for 10+ years too (just like the author), and I’m fed up with celebrating couples too. Thank you SO MUCH for sharing that link with us!

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