The Weekend Reading List

Weekend Reading List 263

I’m soooo pleased the weekend is in sight! The past two weeks have been amazing, with so many fun events that took place back-to-back. But, because I’ve been so busy, other things have fallen to the wayside; namely: yoga classes, housework, reading and content creation. So I’m excited to reset this weekend, get all my ducks in a row, and head into the final week of November with a real spring in my step.

What are your plans for the weekend?

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I loved this post on Man Repeller, ranking the believability of TV and movie BFFs. Spoiler alert: the SATC ladies are listed as the least realistic, which I mostly agree with.

The holiday season can be a really challenging time of year for many. Here are two posts that might be helpful, for anyone dreading the upcoming festivities:

A “choose your own adventure” approach to the holidays

… And, navigating the emotional minefield that is the holidays.

Raise a hand if you’re also a Katie Sturino fan-girl… The Megababe founder shared her Top Shelf with Into The Gloss, this week. And it’s a must-read.

Are micro-breakups better than ghosting?

How to master a 5 minute cheese board. This will be perfect if you’re entertaining friends and family over the coming weeks.

9 tips for decluttering your home before the festive season takes over.

White paint is not created equally. Here are the very best white paint colours (I like “Simply White” the best).

Di you think you have seasonal depression? If so, here’s how to cope

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  1. Laura Jane says:

    Completely agree with the SATC friendships. I still love the show, but whenever I re-watch, I realise how unrealistic it is for four different women to all remain extremely close regardless of what they’re experiencing. And the finances especially, if only one column could provide enough income for an NY apartment with a designer shoe closet!

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