Links + Loves

Here are some non-bookish articles I really liked this past month and my latest loves.

1 / The Everygirl shared a tour of Cara Irwin's home and it is seriously goals. It's this perfect mix of minimalist, fun, feminine and just homey. (Bonus points for being from New Jersey!)

2 / The Vox wrote two wonderful and insightful reviews about Crazy Rich Asians and To All the Boys I've Loved Before. It's just exciting to see two Asian-led casts come out within a week of each other.

3 / Dame Traveler's "To The Girl Too Afraid to Travel Alone" was exactly what I needed to read.

4 / The Career Girl Daily perfectly sums it up with their posts on "7 Life Lessons You Learn in Your Thirties".

5 / The Apartment Therapy shares how the "Target effect" is real and that's why we always shop way too much when we go. It definitely made me chuckle because I seem incapable of leaving Target with only the thing I intended to buy.

 / I have to admit when I clicked on Becoming Minimalist's post "I Joyfully Decluttered These 5 Things to Boost Happiness", I 100% expected to see actual things or social media. Instead it's about letting go of certain feelings and/or fears. Totally worth a read!

7 / For when I return to Paris (some day soon I hope!), Lunchpails and Lipsticks list of "Where to Take Photos in Paris" will come in handy.


1 / Outside my apartment, my hair is always down (except for when I temporarily put it in a bun due to humidity) but as soon as I'm home, my hair immediately goes up into a ponytail and this hair tie set from Anthropologie is my fave.

2 / I found out about these custom rings by GracePersonalized from one of my favorite lifestyle bloggers. I ordered one with the word "wander" and now I wear it almost every day.

3 / I technically wasn't in the market for a new mirror but when I saw this on Instagram, I couldn't resist. I already set it up in my bedroom and I love it so much.


Do you have any links or loves to share?
Would love to hear about them!

1 comment

  1. I can't believe we were so blessed last year to get both Crazy Rich Asians and To All the Boys I've Loved Before within a month of each other - and they were both brilliant! As always, I love the posts you link to. Even now, over a year later, a lot of them still resonate to me as a reader.


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