Ah Hoy there mates! As I prepare to go off into the wild this upcoming week I wanted to leave you all with a couple of the articles I loved from this week. There is a very special post coming up on Monday so stay tuned! Here is your weekend reading guide....and if you haven't already please join our mailing list.
On Periods and Womanhood || I wish we would all talk about our periods more. Professionally I talk to people about all sorts of bodily functions and lately periods and gut issues happens to be on the agenda. My friend Almila wrote this incredibly personal and moving piece on regaining a period in womanhood. (The Thirlby)
Workers are still scared to report sexual harassment || The rise of the #MeToo movement has essentially make it acceptable and welcomed for women and men to raise their voice about work abuse, but we still have a long way to go. (The Cut)
6 Ways to Elevate Your Morning || I'm breaking down my personal tips to elevating your morning routine! They're simple to incorporate and make such a difference in your mood and productivity too! (Lust Local)
Rodarte Fall 2018 || I'm not usually too in to fashion week because honestly I'm happiest in jeans and tee and I'm pretty proud of that simple routine. I do however love the artistic expression, especially by Rodarte (Honestly WTF)
Becca Swim || I'm on my way to warm waters in the next couple days and the idea of getting a new suit was scary, after a lot of research I settled on this gorgeous suit which to be honest ended up being the most flattering suit of my life. (Nordstrom)
Butternut Squash Cheese Sauce || Just in time for the super bowl....jk I have no interest in that...just in time for the special This is Us after the super bowl, No bread shares this delicious squash cheese recipe that will help us all eat our feelings about Jack's demise. (No Bread)
South Moon Under in Georgetown || I am a big fan of this Mid-Atlantic chain and their gorgeous selection of clothes! I'm excited that they're finally coming into DC and setting up shop in historic Georgetown! (Washingtonian)
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