The Weekend Reading List

Weekend Reading List

If you spend even a small amount of your time on Twitter and Instagram you will know that practically everyone rushed to download the new social media app Vero, this week (myself included). It was proof, if ever we needed it, that we’re all such sheep when it comes to technology. And fickle sheep at that, because within days everyone I knew had already deleted the app from their phone.

Get the full scoop on Vero below – including how it works and some concerning reports about its founder – along with more of the week’s top life and style stories…

What’s the Deal With Vero? And Is It Worth the Hype? – Me & Orla

How to Throw a House Party in Your 30s – Camille Styles

“Let’s Do This Again!” and Other Lies We Tell on Dead-End Dates – Wit & Delight

15-Minute Gnocchi with Romesco Sauce – A Couple Cooks

Shop: “Ooh La La!” Breton Stripe T-Shirt – Boden

Will the Spice Girls Be at the Royal Wedding? – Lainey Gossip

3 of the Most Stunning Online Home Tours – The Elgin Avenue

The Pastel Instagram Guide to London – I Want You To Know

3 Signs You’re Sabotaging Your Own Success – Advice From a 20-Something

Bold, Precise Lips Are Your New Accessory – Into The Gloss


  1. I was so ill this week, I didn’t realize Vero was a thing till yesterday!

    • cocos_tea_party says:

      Oh I’m so sorry to hear that. Hope you’re feeling better now. But good for you for missing all that nonsense haha

  2. I created an account on Vero, too, because I read it has potential. I think many people are joining it because Instagram, with nonsense shadowban, ridiculous algorithm (a couple of days ago the first photo of my feed was dated 5 days before, which is totally ridiculous), and other things is becoming annoying so everybody is looking for something new.
    I know the app keeps on crashing, so maybe I’ll delete it, too. But really, Instagram should change and go back to the great app it used to be.


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