Saturday, September 10, 2016

Friday Vibes


I actually had written something earlier that I meant to post, but I didn't get a chance to edit it, and then I went out, so here I am now. It's been a good week, guys. We're spending the weekend hanging out, getting Luca ready to start school on Monday (!!) and spending time with some friends.

In the meantime and in lieu of me actually writing much, here's a couple things I read this week that I liked:


  • Breaking down the style of some of our former presidents. The descriptions are gold.
     
  • If you're planning a honeymoon, or even a big trip coming up, read this article by Britney. (You may notice a familiar looking couple, looking MUCH more well-rested and tan. :)
     
  • I'm a sucker for these stories about editors/writers trying beauty products/diets/workout regimens on themselves. This one's on using honey to wash your face, which, to be honest, I'm not sure I can get on board with. What I have done lately, is switch out my usual makeup remover for coconut oil and my usual moisturizer for argon oil. I'll report on the results...one day. 

ALSO, I finally jumped on the Stitch Fix bandwagon (like, 5 years later, I know) and I loved it! I'm actually only keeping a sweater, but I was a little torn on the jeans and can't wait for the next one. 







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