This week was wonderful and the perfect mix of family and work. I had a few meetings for some incredible upcoming projects that I’m so excited to share with you. I went to my monthly mom book club with some wonderful ladies. We spent maybe fifteen minutes discussing the book, Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine, and the rest of the time drinking wine and discussing life. So fun and a much needed break. Thank you to everyone who entered the beauty giveaway I posted on Instagram! I announced a winner this week but stay tuned for more giveaways coming soon here.
This weekend, we’re celebrating my lovely niece’s birthday (she turned six!) and obviously watching the Game of Thrones premiere. Here are some fun Sunday Edit links from around the web. Have a wonderful week!
The Sunday Edit
The purpose of life is not happiness: it’s usefulness. This article reminded me of a recent book that a friend recommended, Man’s Search for Meaning. The author’s theory was that our primary goal in life is not to find pleasure but to discovery and seek what is meaningful to us as individuals. A worthwhile read if you’re looking for a new book!
Man Repeller’s editors debate the trap of “having it all.”
I have literal stacks of Perry’s art in my office that are growing on a daily basis. Here is a great illustration of what to do with kids’ art. To my family: don’t be surprised if you start getting really unique greeting cards. 🙂
Stylish work pants you can wear to the office or the bar.
A mini credit card holder when you don’t feel like carrying a large tote around.
These cropped wide leg pants from Topshop fit so well. I’m planning on wearing them with a white t-shirt and slides all summer long.
This is the epitome of an easy breezy summer dress and the print is gorgeous.
I had a few meetings on Friday and wore this red blazer (on sale!) with a leopard skirt and white t-shirt.
A pair of straight-leg jeans that fit really well.
I’m such a sucker for a dress with low back details.
The white boots you can wear with floral dresses or jeans all Spring and Summer long.