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Weekend Reading

1. Man Repeller Talks About Low Self-Esteem: Leandra Medine, the incredibly smart, stylish founder of blog Man Repeller, opened up about her issues with low self esteem and I admire her transparency on the topic. It's very encouraging to know that …

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1. Man Repeller Talks About Low Self-Esteem: Leandra Medine, the incredibly smart, stylish founder of blog Man Repeller, opened up about her issues with low self esteem and I admire her transparency on the topic. It’s very encouraging to know that everyone struggles with self doubt, no matter how successful they are, and that we can all support each other through these tough moments.

2. A Moment Of Silence For Florida: There are no words to describe the grief and devastation from the school shooting in Parkland, Florida last week. In this article Joanna Goddard of A Cup of Jo talks about ways we can help.

3. 20 Random Acts Of Kindness To Perform Today: This article felt very appropriate after the tragedy in our country last week. Now more than ever, we are reminded to focus on uplifting others and doing good in our communities.

4.  *Major* Nordstrom Winter Sale! : We love an end of season sale and Nordstrom’s Winter Sale is hard to beat! There are plenty of jackets and sweaters but also dresses, tops, and handbags that will carry into spring. Happy shopping!

5. Fashion Brands Biggest Problem: Fake Followers: Somewhat of a taboo subject in the influencer world, fake followers have become a major problem for brands who are investing in bloggers and influencers who have deceivingly large followings. Enjoy this super interesting read about the fake followers dilemma!

by: Caroline Harper Knapp
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7 Styling Tips for Pinterest-Worthy Bookshelves

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7 Styling Tips for Pinterest-Worthy Bookshelves

One cost-efficient way I love to update my decor is by rearranging the bookshelves. It's a seemingly simple task, but once you dive in, it can actually be difficult to make your creative vision come to life on the shelves. …

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bookshelves, books, how to style bookshelves, home decor

One cost-efficient way I love to update my decor is by rearranging the bookshelves. It’s a seemingly simple task, but once you dive in, it can actually be difficult to make your creative vision come to life on the shelves. I asked Sarah Jawda of Jawda and Jawda to share her tips on how she styled my book shelves when helping us with our home. You’ll love using this advice to create Pinterest-worthy bookshelves just in time for spring! Read on for the full tutorial step by step.

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by: Caroline Harper Knapp
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Delicious Valentine’s Day Trail Mix Recipe (Perfect After School Activity!)

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Delicious Valentine’s Day Trail Mix Recipe (Perfect After School Activity!)

Still undecided on what to do after school today to celebrate Valentine's Day with your kids?  We are heading to Build-a-Bear and then coming home to make our favorite snack!  This recipe is the perfect mix of salty and sweet, …

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Still undecided on what to do after school today to celebrate Valentine’s Day with your kids?  We are heading to Build-a-Bear and then coming home to make our favorite snack!  This recipe is the perfect mix of salty and sweet, and the sprinkles and pink-and-red M&Ms add a festive Valentine’s touch. Get the full recipe below!

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by: Caroline Harper Knapp
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How to Host a Special Valentine’s Date at Home

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How to Host a Special Valentine’s Date at Home

Photos by Kate Robinson   As you may have read in our recent relationships advice post, date night is very important to us as a married couple with children. It’s our way of making sure we have one on one …

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Photos by Kate Robinson

 

As you may have read in our recent relationships advice post, date night is very important to us as a married couple with children. It’s our way of making sure we have one on one time outside of the house together at least once a week to catch up and enjoy “adulting.” While dinner out on Valentine’s Day can be a nice treat, it can also feel a bit overwhelming and unromantic with reservation-only seatings, pricey prix fixe menus, and a swarm of people.

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by: Caroline Harper Knapp
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