My top five finds, links, and articles from the past week.
Another week has gone by in a flash! Somehow I wish we could freeze time and hang onto summer forever as it is my favorite season. I live for the laid back days, sun, and longer evenings. Regardless, whenever August rolls around I start to feel like a kid not ready to go back to school. We will just plan to make the best out of the beautiful weeks that we have left and stay outside as much as possible. This weekend we don’t have any grand plans, which is actually perfect as I think relaxing, dinner on the porch, and a farmer’s market trip sounds pretty ideal. Whatever you have planned – I hope it is great one! I’ll be back next week with our London travel diary.
- After reading this article from Goop I was inspired to pick up the W3LL People liquid liner. I almost never wear eyeliner, but after seeing the first “invisible definition” option – I was completely sold. Thicker looking lashes without extra mascara and a subtle finish?!? I’ll keep you posted on how I get on with it, but I have high hopes as this is still my all time favorite mascara from the brand.
- I will definitely be testing out this pancake method over the weekend. It sounds ideal as nothing is worse than pancakes that stick and fall apart when you try to flip them. Also, I love that you can make a big batch at once rather than standing over the stove all morning – would be a great one to keep in mind when guests are over.
- These have to be the perfect everyday earrings. They are out of stock at the moment, but if you keep an eye out I am fairly certain that they restock often. Also, it looks like the turquoise is still available. Missoma makes such great pieces for daily wear – I have had the classic horn necklace for months and have been super impressed by the quality.
- Speaking of Lucy Williams, the fashion icon, she recently launched her Youtube channel! The first skincare video is live and I cannot wait to see what else she comes up with. Her style is pretty much always impeccable and inspiring.
- This cookbook, One Part Plant, looks fabulous. It emphasizes making small, feasible, everyday changes for overall improved health. The plant based recipes sound delicious and I love that her approach to incorporating more vegetables into your normal routine is less fear inducing and more attainable. I also just learned that the author, Jessica Murnane, has a podcast which of course I cannot wait to check out. (The podcast obsession continues…)