The Sunday Edit // 10.27.19

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This Sunday we’re taking family photos so wish us luck. Usually nothing ever goes according to plan when it comes to photos. For that reason, I’m grateful for our photographer, Joe, who keeps his cool and always comes back with the most amazing shots. Here are some past photos he’s done for our family. I also included some family photo shoot tips that help us make it through. On another note, I’m still motivated to decorate (for now) so I’m continuing to style our master bedroom and living room. Any tips would be greatly appreciated. Have a wonderful week and happy Sunday!

The Sunday Edit

Do you know about BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations? “BRCA literally stands for “BReast CAncer gene,” so it makes sense that we think of a person’s breast cancer risk when we talk about BRCA gene mutations. The thing is, though, that harmful BRCA mutations can impact a person’s risk of developing several other cancers—including pancreatic cancer and prostate cancer—and they’re just less talked about.”

Stylist Rachael Wang on how sustainable fashion changed her life.

The clean recipe cookbook I’ve been using since January. I made the coconut chicken soup this week and it was a family favorite. What’s your go-to cookbook for healthy recipes?

The affordable fashion trend that always looks luxe.

The real cost of custom drapery.

Three easy hairstyles to try when you have zero time. I’m partial to the sleek ponytail.

I’ve been biting my nails and/or cuticles on and off since I was little so I am definitely intrigued by this cuticle serum.

In case you missed it, life hacks that save time for moms or dads.

I added this coffee table book to our living room area.

Ten last-minute Halloween costumes you can find on Amazon.

Twenty foods that can help boost your milk supply while breastfeeding.

This plaid coat from Club Monaco is calling my name.

The 50 best Thanksgiving recipes according to Bon Appétit.

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