The Weekend Reading List

Weekend Reading List 251

How are you doing this week? I feel like every time I open Twitter or turn on the TV I’m greeted with more depressing news stories. So, this week, I escaped into yet another Elin Hilderbrand novel. All of Elin Hilderbrand’s books are set in Nantucket, and they’re such light, addictive and fun beach reads (not that I’ve spent any time on a beach, this summer).

If you’re a fan of Lauren Weisberger you’ll love Elin Hilderbrand. I just finished The Perfect Couple, and earlier this summer I read Summer of ’69 and The Rumor.

That’s my literary suggestion for the week. And, as always, you can find my favourite life and style links from the past seven days below. Have a great weekend!

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I kept a week-long money diary for The Broke Generation, which you can read here. Spoiler: it is mostly bikini waxes and baked beans. Very glam.

How to style your houseplants like a professional interior designer.

10 of the best books by women of colour.

The Morning Show trailer, starring Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon, has dropped. And it looks great!

Meet the men who have taken their wives’ last names.

Chloë Sevigny is the latest celebrity to take part in Into The Gloss’ Top Shelf feature.

Meet this year’s Great British Bake Off contestants.

SHOP: This checked, double-breasted blazer is perfect for fall!

“5 things I’m learning to be okay with as an adult”

How to train yourself to sleep on your back, if your current sleeping position always gives you back and neck pain.

This strawberry and spinach salad looks sooooo good!

Inside the indigenous fight to save the Amazon rainforest.

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  1. J.Andrew says:

    With all my lack of knowledge of baking, I have become obsessed with Great British baking show. Sure it’s about the baking , but mostly the fabulous characters ! Thanks for your insights.
    J.Andrew
    Dress The Part
    https://www.jandrewspeaks.com

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