The Weekend Reading List (and a Short Break)

Weekend Reading List 230

Happy Friday! How are you all doing?

I’ve been playing Kacey Musgraves’ Golden Hour repeat all weekbecause it won Album of the Year at the Grammys on Sunday. It was my favourite release of 2018, so I was super-excited when it won the biggest award of the night. And for any other Kacey Musgraves or country music fans out there, I’ve slipped a Rolling Stone link into this week’s Reading List, which you’re sure to find interesting!

I won’t be posting to the blog next week, as I’m taking a half term break to tie up some loose ends with other projects. But I’ll still be active on Instagram, and will return with new blog content on Feb 25th. See you then, if not before!

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This Brooklyn home is SO gorgeous! I love the “everything’s gonna be super duper” bathroom sign.

Is it okay to have a crush when you’re already in a relationship?

Anyone who has read Becoming by Michelle Obama will have fallen in love with her mother, Marian Robinson. And you’re going to love her even more when you see the texts she sent to Michelle during the Grammys.

Is it too early to start shopping for basket bags? Because I already have my eye on this style (and this circular design too).

5 steps you can take to monetize your brand right now.

Country radio is famously unsupportive of female artists (about 90% of radio airplay goes to male artists). And Kacey Musgraves has been outspoken about this for a long time. But after her Album of the Year win at the Grammys, last weekend, Rolling Stone explores how this gives Country Radio an important choice to make

These are the 10 most anticipated novels of spring 2019.

Do you practise yoga at home? If so, here are some tips to help you create a tranquil yoga space.

The £10 stripe top that will act as the perfect spring style staple.

12 women in politics wrote notes to each other for Valentine’s Day. And they’re really, really lovely!

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  1. Laura says:

    Such an interesting and varied list of articles as always! I really enjoyed reading that Man Repeller piece – things like this always intrigue me so much! x

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