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Happy Weekend: What I Loved This Week


Really adorable new kids collection at Target.

Super easy heatless mermaid waves—perfect for the 70s comeback going on right now.

Have you tried this nut butter? I love the story behind it!

What happens to your brain when you’re always on your phone (eek!)

4 ways to style a black pencil skirt (featuring my Camille Necklace!!)

No spanking, no time-outs, no problems. A fascinating read.

Can’t wait for this cookbook to come out! I definitely pre-ordered it.

What Instagram’s new algorithm means for your business.

5 surprising reasons you should be drinking more water.

Actress and model Alice Callahan Thompson on adoption.

Also, in case you missed anything on the blog this week…

Photo via Un-Fancy


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    April 2, 2016 at 1:19 pm

    If you’re interested in that method of parenting you’ll love “no more bad kids” all of her books are amazing. I taught in a constructivist preschool for 6 years and it’s the author we recommend to all our parents. She’s wonderful.
    Also I knew which cookbook it was before I even clicked I know how much you love her first book!

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    April 4, 2016 at 5:53 pm

    The article on parenting – YES!!!! I was a therapist who did groups for parents using this. It’s called Parent Management Training of Oregon (PMTO) and was developed in the 70s. It’s been researched using stringent clinical standards in 27 countries, with rich/poor, black/white/asian/many other ethnicities, multiple languages, with children with even the most intense special needs, low IQs, etc. It’s been tested with blended families, multi-generational families, single parent families; ***it has been tested in families who have been reunited after horrific abuse***. AND IT WORKS. The foundation can be summed up as “shine the light on what you want”. Denmark has adopted it nationally, and the State of Michigan has adopted it for their entire state. IT IS LIFE CHANGING!!!!! I love love love this and 100% believe in it – and it is so very much New Testament values! Think about how Jesus loved people and fished for people! Think about how God loves us. So so so good!

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