Hey hey. It’s been a while. There are so many times I think to myself “Man, I should really get a blog post up!” but life sure does know how to get in the way. I have been extremely swamped with work and other fun projects so unfortunately my blog and Instagram definitely tend to fall on the back burner more than I wish they did. I gain so much joy from sharing photos and stories from my daily life but I just need 4-5 more hours in each day. Can anyone make that a possibility? Asking for a friend.
In other news, here are this weeks Weekend Links! I have received such great feedback from these posts so I hope you love them as much as I do. I really do find such a joy in Bookmarking articles or items I find throughout the week and love.
- THIS ARTICLE has really resonated with me this week. “The more time teens spend looking at screens, the more likely they are to report symptoms of depression.” Do you feel like smartphones have destroyed a generation? The infographic in that article towards the end was so intriguing to me. Go check it out.
- It is POURING rain today in Utah! Makes me want to buy THESE BOOTS asap. Also, if you’re a size 9 snag THESE asap!
- My bananas went “bad” again so I’m making THESE MUFFINS after work tonight!
- What do you think the Happiest State in America is? Read THIS to find out.
- Give me all the fall clothes! I’m currently working on a post with some of my favorite clothes for Fall. THIS is probably at the top of the list. It just screams fall!
- Also, don’t forget I post a lot of my favorite fall finds HERE too.
- THIS post makes me so excited for Fall. I want to go to Vermont so bad! Who has been?
- Have you seen this new Pottery Barn Collection? HP forever! Makes me want to re-read the books really bad. Don’t be surprised if I start tonight…
- THIS post cracked me up. Someone take me back to 2000, please.
- I highly suggest you listen to THIS podcast this week. I’ve been loving it.
That’s all for now! Hope you all have a wonderful weekend. From the first article, I listed, “Put down the phone, turn off the laptop, and do something—anything—that does not involve a screen.”