Darlin’ from Summer Twins on Vimeo.How was your week, friends? Mine was busy with the launch of The Post College Survival Kit but I’m also totally devoted to squeezing the last drops out of my summer, so I fit in a picnic by the river with my guy, rooftop drinks (lemon sorbet in a prosecco? OKAY.) and a bike ride + tubing on the Cannon River. Fun!
Okay. Enough about me + my inner tube. Links!
Such a good read: This is why you’re a bad feminist.
I bought one of these shirts and now I need to buy more. Here’s why:
1. They don’t pill (they’re stretch rayon!)
2. They’re a flattering cut that’s work AND fun appropriate
3. The back scoop is classily sexy
AND THEY’RE ON SALE FOR $12?!
Have you ever worked with a graphic designer? Here’s how to give feedback.
My friend Katie wrote an open letter to her Belly fat.
Sometimes I’ll just stare at you in the mirror after I get out of the shower and try to imagine which fruit I most resemble. I don’t have the hips to be a pear, I’m not round enough to be an apple, and my hair’s not pokey enough to be a pineapple. I’m more like a skinny mango. I cannot but marvel at how disproportionate you are to the rest of my person; long legs, thin arms, small boobs, slender neck…I have as logical of body proportions as Spongebob Squarepants.
We sat on the plane, waiting to take off from LAX, married for only 24 hours and wearing two plain, matching bands. They were simple in design and simple in message: Our supposed economic status wasn’t sitting on my finger; all I saw was a perfect symbol of our commitment and love. My gold band was all I needed and all I wanted. The absence of a diamond was just the kind of statement jewelry that suited me, so I never wore it again.
I can’t believe this gorgeous dress is $18!
An awesome platform to help you organize blog post ideas! (Or organize anything really.)
I’m reading this right now and loving it (don’t let the title fool you).
So helpful! How to link to a specific spot in a Youtube video.
When I was 22, I wanted to get my M.A. in culture studies and prepared by doing a four credit directed study about Britney Spears. Thus, I’m incredibly intrigued by her ‘lost’ album.
I love infographics. I love hearing about creatives routines. So I love this very much.