I posted a Links I Love a few weeks ago after not sharing one for months and month, and a few of you told me that you’d missed the posts (one person said “they’re my end of week pick-me-ups,” which I thought was pretty awesome), so I’m going to try to start sharing them once a month or so. I admittedly don’t spend nearly as much time just surfing the internet (do people still say “surfing the net?”) as I did when I was still nursing Emmett (we stopped in May), but if a week passes where I’ve found enough cool stuff, I’ll do my best to share. Sharing is caring and all that.
Target’s new clothing line, Wild Fable, was just released today and I’m kind of loving it.
Can’t stop laughing at these illustrated solutions to “summer boob sweat.”
Feel so weird that it’s already back-to-school season (please summer never leave), but I’ve admittedly been having fun school clothes shopping with Essley. We took advantage of the awesome sale Abercrombie Kids has right now for 40% off kids jeans, tops, hoodies, and more.
Is the skinny brow look on its way back? I have always been a big bushy eyebrow lover. Even in the late 90s, when I plucked mine away to nothing, I secretly couldn’t wait for big ones to come back. But now that caterpillar brows are bigger than ever, it looks like Rihanna and British Vogue have other ideas…
These wide leg cropped jeans are giving me life. Buying this weekend.
These conceptual illustrations by Stephan Schmitz about life are so, so good.
Our laundry room remodel felt so big, but we’ve got a much larger remodel project in front of us within the next year – our kitchen. I’m thinking white upper cabinets (I love open shelving but I’m also realistic) and great lower cabinets, but I kind of want to do something totally different for the island and am loving these different colored island examples.
I love this rug so much (seen in image above), mainly because I feel like it wouldn’t look instantly destroyed by my children.
This court audio of immigrated parents separated from their kids is heartbreaking.
One of the wonders of the world is on Air BnB.
I’m totally cheating because this is a link from Bubby and Bean (and it’s also from last week, not this one), but if you haven’t seen this post on how to create storage in a small space (with a focus on our new laundry room), I’d love for you to check it out. It’s one of my favorite posts I’ve ever done.
What if our plastic waste was turned into floating parks?
I can’t stop looking at this mirror. (My wall mirror obsession is very real, guys.)
This quote by Julia Styles on motherhood and social media comments nails it.
Yay for Friday and the weekend! Whatever you have planned, I hope it’s a good one.
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