The Weekend Reading List

Weekend Reading List 168

I think it’s fair to say that 2017 has been the year for babies. It currently feels like at least 60% of my friendship and work circle is pregnant. And it’s rare for a week to go by without another pregnancy announcement.

This is all very exciting, but we shouldn’t forget that for every new pregnancy there’s also someone out there struggling with their fertility. And this week The Every Girl published a beautiful article about how to tell someone who is struggling to conceive that you’re pregnant. Find the link below, along with more of the week’s top life and style stories…

How to Tell Someone Who is Struggling to Conceive That You’re Pregnant – The Every Girl

How to Detox Your Daily Beauty Routine – Wit & Delight

These Are the Natural Remedies I Use to Treat My Migraines – My Domaine

3 Fall Latte Recipes You Need To Try This Season – The Glitter Guide

How I Kick My Inbox In The Butt – The Anna Edit

Women In Saudi Arabia Will Finally Be Allowed To Drive – Refinery29

The Beginner’s Guide To Beauty Youtube – Into the Gloss

Travel Diary: Exploring Puglia, Italy – The Green Eyed Girl

What Is Intermittent Fasting and How Does It Work? – Lauren Conrad

How You Can Help Puerto Rico After Hurricane Maria – The Cut

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  • Flic

    Eek agreed! It seems like EVERYONE is growing a little human right now. Slow down time slow down :((( am I the only one who feels about 17 still? Anyway love the reads Ella 😉 x

    • cocos_tea_party

      Haha! It’s funny how 2017 has just become the year of babies, isn’t it? xxx

  • cocos_tea_party

    Babies EVERYWHERE! Can’t complain though, as I love baby cuddles (and having someone to give them back to when they get cranky or stinky haha) xx

  • cocos_tea_party

    One of my goals for next year is to spend more time in Italy, as I’ve only been once before. Puglia looks gorgeous, doesn’t it? xxx