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Happy Weekend: 10 Links I Love


What are you up to this weekend? I have a Pilates session tomorrow morning, and a pedicure on Sunday with two girlfriends. Other than that, I’ll be relaxing at home with my two favorite guys, so it’s looking like a pretty good weekend over here on my end.

I’m really excited about the links I stumbled on this week. There are a couple about real beauty and makeup, one amazing one about parenting and narcissism, and several others that are must-reads. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did!

1. An app I just discovered that I’m totally obsessed with. (iTunes)

2. “Why I Don’t Wear Makeup” (Man Repeller)

3. 10 ways to clean your home with white vinegar. (Glitter Guide)

4. The legacy of a narcissistic parent—SUCH a good read. (Goop)

5. A really amazing sermon series Brian and I have been listening to. My favorite so far was “women’s hurdles,” which is all about comparison and perfectionism. So, so good. (The Village)

6. Never lose an earring again thanks to this fancy new invention. (Brit + Co)

7. 7 things you can do to make your home more stylish. (Domaine)

8. A really pretty skirt for spring. (Madewell)

9. Why the over-contoured Kardashian look is damaging. (Byrdie)

10. How to trick yourself into being a morning person. (Domaine)

P.S. 35% off at Gap until midnight PT tonight, and lots of discounted goodies at Nordstrom.

Photo by Oliver Berghold


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    March 27, 2015 at 10:49 am

    That sermon sounds amazing + challenging. Checking it out now. :D

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    Jenna L.
    March 27, 2015 at 1:59 pm

    How cool that you’re listening to A Beautiful Design! I attend TVC and work there, too! I’ve been reading your blog almost a year now (love it!) but live all the way in Texas, so it’s fun to see our two worlds crossing. :)

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      Natalie Borton
      March 28, 2015 at 8:23 am

      My friend Jenn goes to TVC in Forth Worth and recommended it to me. We are loving the series so much!

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    Kari Berdelle
    March 30, 2015 at 11:42 am

    Loved that sermon series, particularly “A Woman’s Hurdles”! It was nice to know that I was not alone in struggling with perfectionism and comparison. Glad y’all are enjoying it!

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