Going through my blog overview last week, I realized I had started (but failed to publish) precisely fifty "bookmarked" posts. So naturally, a link dump is in order. Even if it touches on Burger King's Halloween Whopper and Halloween was so, like, last month. I obviously have my finger on the pulse of current trends.
These ankle boots were a birthday gift from Husband. They are crazy comfortable and go with everything. I wear them almost every day off.
I've been reading about Bulletproof Coffee for about a year now and I must admit: I'm not quite convinced of the "science" behind adding butter to coffee (though I can attest to the efficacy of adding coconut oil to coffee—energy up the wazoo). Still, I'm up for trying almost anything, so I'm going to give this and this a try.
Behind the computer screen. (It's easy to forget fashion bloggers don't have the perfect life. There's no such thing.)
LOL. (What did people think would happen?!)
Lusting after this hoodie after seeing it in a local shop.
Kiddo picked out this camera strap for my birthday and it's awesome. (I'm obsessed with this one, but it sold out.)
Stained glass feathers. (one of each, please.)
I want to learn how to do this. (I tracked down an artist whose work I love and bought a set of patterns. I can't wait to get my creative on.)
A road tripper at heart. (I'll choose a car over a plane any day of the week.)
I read this book and was riveted. I just finished this one while I was in San Diego. It was also amazing, but in a very different way. I'm currently reading Furiously Happy which is equal parts hilarious and concerning.
This article about buying stuff was a good reminder on my journey to only possess things I love.
Speaking of buying stuff, I purchased this oil cleanser on the recommendation of Bridget. The heat is officially on for the winter, necessitating a seasonal skincare shift.
Speaking of meditation, I just finished the Intuitive Eating audiobook and really enjoyed their principles. I listened to it during long drives (without closing my eyes during the guided meditations, obviously) and came to the realization that I need to follow my gut more often...literally and figuratively.
A pot that grows with the plant. I'll be first in line when it comes out. (I'm looking at you, Fiddle Leaf Fig.) Discovered thanks to Erin.
The perfect hair color for those of us who favor low maintenance? (Though it's not without a time commitment.)
A stay in a luxury railcar is on my must-try list.
Bought a bottle of this floral tonic at an indie craft fair several months ago. It's perfect for those nights where I don't want to put in any effort, but still leaves my skin glowing. (Also, craft fair doesn't adequately sum up the experience. These were amazing artists. If there is fair near you, run, don't walk.)
Sephora sent me a sample of this "luxury" face oil with a recent purchase. When ripping open the packet the entire contents spilled all over my hand to I had no choice but to apply it liberally. My skin looks awesome! Then I saw the price while looking up the link. Oh, ouch. (If you're a VIB, 20% off starts today.)
Stumbled across this website and read article after article for an hour straight. Good stuff.