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By Caylin Harris
11 Aug 2017

Rug is Dash & Albert from Anne Selke

Another rainy Saturday in the forecast. Honestly, summer needs to slow down a little bit. Jess will be filming her Q&A for Youtube this weekend which is going live on Tuesday, subscribe to the channel here. No crazy plans this weekend, just some relaxation and family time. Wishing you all the same.
xx
Jess (J) & Caylin (C)

If you’re looking for something to buy, try, read, share or pin, we’ve got you covered. Here’s the best of the week…

If you work from home or are completely freelance you’ll find yourself mentally calculating which of these completely made up badges you’ve earned in a day.

Tomato season is coming. Yup, before you know it you’ll have more than you know what to do with. These recipes will come in handy.

Making a case for putting the camera down.

Just in case you’re in the mood for something different on taco Tuesday. Technically it’s a burrito, but you get where we’re going with this.

I placed a massive order for my transitional style Youtube haul and these Madewell loafers made the cut. (J)

Beach goals. Check out these ten hidden beaches from around the world.

Fall nail polish colors are coming ladies. I love how moody they are. My fave is the Dior. (C)

 We knew we were onto something with the benefits of coastal living!

Awesome reading list from Grace if you’re looking for a good book.

This was such a fun trip down memory lane—still can’t believe some of these 90’s beauty trends.

 This Barcelona apartment tour has me wanting to jet to Spain asap. (C)

Whip this up for an appetizer if you’re having some friends over. It’s easy and so summer-y.

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4 Comments

  1. Sharon wrote:

    So many great articles read. I especially enjoyed the article about living coastal. It is so true that staring at the ocean puts you in a mild meditative state that can relax a person, which is very healthy. Also I love that two of the recipes you linked were from two of my favorite food blogs, pinch of yum and smitten kitchen. I have one of the smitten cookbooks and love it! Thanks for sharing and have a great weekend.
    http://www.forthewonderer.com

    8.12.17 | Reply
  2. Animeyt wrote:

    Great articles. Thank you

    8.15.17 | Reply
  3. Vanessa wrote:

    I loved that 90s beauty trends post! I was born in 1982 so I was a teenager in the 90s (the perfect time to be a teenager, I think)! There are still some 90s trends I prefer to current day trends – like thin eyebrows for instance. I’ve always preferred thin eyebrows to the bushy brows I see on everyone’s faces now.

    8.15.17 | Reply
  4. Very useful! Thank for sharing

    9.28.17 | Reply

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