The Weekend Reading List

Weekend Reading List 264

What do you have planned for the weekend? My parents are getting two adorable kittens tomorrow, and I’m soooo excited to visit them! Christmas is definitely going to be a lot of fun, with two little cuties running about. And, aside from kitten cuddles, I’m hoping to spend a generous chunk of the weekend curled up on the sofa, reading the Winter Street series by Elin Hilderbrand. I’m currently on book two, and it’s perfect December reading!

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NASCAR driver Julia Landauer shares her beauty uniform.

If you were obsessed with The O.C. you must read this piece on The Cut. “…the show’s first annual Chrismukkah episode taught me that there are two ways to get the boy you like to like you back: You can be a Summer, and use sex, or you can be an Anna, and use art.”

Want to shake up your winter breakfast routine? I’ve been inspired by these oatmeal recipes.

Buying gifts for little ones, this December? Here are the best Christmas books for toddlers.

This Holiday season home tour will make you feel VERY festive!

Always Be My Maybe was one of my favourite Netflix movies, this year. So I was really excited to see Ali Wong share the contents of her Top Shelf with Into the Gloss.

I turn 30 next spring, so that transition has been on my mind a lot, lately. And for that reason, I LOVED Brighton Keller’s list of 30 things she learnt before her 30th birthday.

Cheryl Strayed on the humiliation of being photoshopped by Vogue.

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  1. Wow. I just finished reading the Cheryl Strayed piece from The Cut. Can you imagine how demoralizing that must have made her feel? US Vogue is so outdated, I’m surprised it’s still being published.

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