Weekend Reading


Hey hey! The weekend snuck up on us quickly this time around, didn't it? I have big plans to do a little beach lounging and explore a neighboring island today (maybe there's even a travel post in it for this space) but I've also spent a few extra hours in bed browsing my favorite sites and barreling through most of Parenthood. It's all about balance, right? The extra downtime this weekend led me to stumble upon some things and I thought it would be fun to share. Here's to a little Sunday reading!

Tres Americain launched this week and I'm already loving it!
The perfect little home renovation that's a little outside of my usual style... Studio McGee always nails it
Broad City is back and I couldn't be more excited! The season is on episode two and so far, we're WAY into it.
"how to talk to kids about white privilege"
An appalled graphic designer shows Girls Life Magazine what their cover should look like
Sabrina The Teenage Witch is coming back and I'm not sure how I feel about it. Will it be the same without Melissa Joan Hart?! What about Salem?
How to help the victims of hurricane Maria
An interesting read about why we still need courtroom artists
& these amazing desktop / iphone backgrounds by my favorites The Glitter Guide x Natalie Catalina


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21 More Society 6 Prints For Your Home

So nice... I had to do it twice! I've been thinking about adding even more art to our home lately and since you guys loved this post about society 6 as much as I loved making it, I thought I'd give the site a second glance and round up even more favorites. Lately I'm really drawn to quirky pieces of art that make our home a little bit more whimsical and contribute punches of color (I'm really gravitating toward mustard and green right now). A few pieces that stand out to me are "Unfeigned" (that pretty color and the fine art appeal), the hilarious Bill Murray portrait, "Hide & Seek" (which includes a line from my favorite Bukowski poem) and those pretty golden cherry blossoms.

Looking for something different? Check out Society 6!

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The Best Finds From Target's Project 62

It's no secret that Target is one of my favorite places to shop... groceries, home wear, clothes, you name it and I usually find it in spades at Target (much to my husbands chagrin). In recent years the store has been going out of its way to inject a whole lot of boutique-y feeling into its branding and I've taken notice. Trend led style in one place at a palatable price point? Perfect!

When I saw that they were debuting a new range of furniture and decor pieces, Project 62, I immediately hopped online to scour the pages for my faves. Some of the pieces look like they've been migrated over from past collections but there's a lot of goodness in the range from affordable West Elm lookalikes to cute yet functional things like baskets and cutting boards. Do you love Target as much as I do?  Which pieces are you liking the best?

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