weekly roundup

Sorry I missed you yesterday.  Over the weekend, we enjoyed dinner at O-Ku on Friday night, cleaned like crazy people on Saturday, and then I worked an event on Saturday night.  I completely stalked the Target sales people on Sunday morning for my pick of the Phillip Lim for Target bags (it worked!) ...and made it back home in time to get ready for church!  Pretty productive weekend.  Here are worthy links that were never posted last week!

//  I received a sample of the Korres Pomegranate Balancing Creme-Gel Moisturizer and am completely obsessed.  I have combination skin (very oil in areas and very dry in other places) and this balances it so nicely.

//  This is a really great article on the importance of taking chances and accepting responsibility.

//  You've got to check out the Sauvie Island "Tiny House."  540 perfectly styled square feet for a family of four!

//  This is a great article on the common misconceptions about counting calories.

//  It's not a liquid, yet not a powder.  Very curious to try this foundation.

//  J. Crew is having a 25% everything sale with code SHOPFALL.

//  Perfect modern blonde.

//  So loving this print.

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  1. Need to see what you got at Target!!!

  2. I pinned that same blonde too! LOL. In the process of working my hair to blonde...and man, it's been a ride. Posted about it today! LOL.

  3. Thanks so much Megan for the mention of my Ikat Oz print on Etsy, so glad you like it! Anna x

  4. love love loving your link roundups. that foundation looks awesome. pretty hair!

  5. LOVE the tiny house article...ALSO would love to see what you got at target! phillip lim is genius!
    xo krystin

  6. The blonde hair is amazing, I wish I could pull that off but going from jet black hair to that, not sure if I could pull it off! The print is very eccentric, but framed in white I think would look beautiful! Please do a Philip Lim post, I've eyed 2 shirts and that Navy skirt online...come paycheck day I'm purchasing!

    Hosting my first giveaway :)


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