Weekend Links time...and Charlie is officially one week old. Crazy. I hope this past week has been a good one for you too. Here's to a wonderful weekend!
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First of all, my friend (and insanely talented photographer) Emily Snitzer has taken a TON of our family photos, and she's doing a special Flagstaff session next month. If you're in the market for photographs, get in touch. So worth it.
Second of all, my wonderful bff Alex and his friend Kim started a blog/podcast. I'm obsessed. p.s. This is not safe for work!
The Brand Market- a new venture for my pal Anna. Congrats, lady!
In Defense of the Word 'Like.'
33 Unusual Tips to Becoming a Better Writer.
Just got this cover, and a sheet for Charlie in the same print. In love!
Did you know that tablets are replacing Dutch teachers in some schools?
A sweet letter to a sweet girl.
Happy 2 year Anniversary, LHS!
Maybe you get bad customer service because you're a bad customer...
Love Rachel's blog- and love her posts on pregnancy this time around.
This movie looks like it's going to be great. Have you read the book?
Hot Dog Legs. It's a thing.
Etsy wishlist: one, two and three.
Congrats on your magazine feature, Emily!
Banana bread protein pancakes. These look great. And how about these grain-free vegan thumbprint cookies?
What does your selfie style say about you? p.s. I still cringe at the word "selfie."
Good for you, Wentworth!
Have you seen Jahje's newest creations? A-mazing!
Great photos from Lounge on the Farm by the lovely Beth.
Cute tutorial for a low, messy pony tail.
A wonderful read- Why I Left Google: Thoughts on Trading in Pride and Security for Authenticity.
Before you click this next link, be aware there are graphic images from the world of factory farming, but it's an incredibly interesting 6 minute video (heartbreaking too, of course). Be sure to read the commentary below the film.
Loving all the back to school items at My Darling Clementine.
A beautiful, beautiful piece on marriage.
High school. And why we never truly leave it.
And finally, say hello to some wonderful ladies on their fabulous blogs: Katie, Naomi, and Cara!