weekly roundup

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Hello! Happy weekend. I've been nursing a cold and a little fever the past day or so. Hoping to kick it so that I can enjoy the weekend with friends. It's supposed to be 65 tomorrow and that sounds like a dream about now. Anyone have fun plans? 

Here are this week's worthy links...

  • Dying over Emily Clark's curated items on Joss & Main.
  • Sorta kinda obsessed with these pants.
  • This video did me in. So cute!
  • Did you see Jimmy's bit on NYFW? Pretty hilarious.
  • All Graphic Image Datebooks are 50% off, but just for a limited time. (Get. On. That.)
  • If you didn't check out my tutorial on The Evergirl this week and have any interest at all (ha!), you can do that here.
  • Love posts like this. Especially when it has to do with morning routines. 
  • Got to love a good pad for your weekly lists.
  • You may have seen my instagram post about the Temple Spa Skin Truffle. Can you say creme de la creme? Literally. I had my reservations because it's a very thick cream and they don't normally do very well on my skin, but this one is fantastic. If you have dry skin, you will especially love this. I honestly don't know what there is not love about it. My skin feels hydrated and nourished after using it, plus it smells amazing. Definitely my favorite nighttime moisturizer right now.
  • The art pictured above is by Megan Carn. Her work is amazing.


  1. I'm with ya, have also been sick over here! Not fun. I might have to try the Temple Spa skin cream-- I have really dry skin lately and nothing seems to be hydrating it completely! Maybe this will work?

  2. Megan and I grew up together! She and I played sports and her mom was one of my teachers. Such a small SC world! I am so proud of her for pursuing her art dream! She painted a gorgeous canvas for our guest room... I gave her an idea and BOOM she produced it. So beautiful!


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