Read Feed | March 2019

Whew. Finally getting around to this post…. in the middle of April. But I’m excited to share all about the crazy reading month of March. Each month of 2019, the goal is to read at least 8 books. In March, I read 10. When I think about the fact that a few years ago, I […]

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How I Became a Reader Again

When I was a kid, I was always reading. My mom would take me to the library and I’d leave with an overflowing tote bag, reading them all before we returned a few weeks later. Our family would go into a bookstore and I’d drool over all the books I wanted to read. My parents […]

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Five on Friday 018

Happy Friday, friends! Here’s what I’m loving this week… A new way to relax One of my favorite brands, Little Barn Apothecary, has a Coconut + Eucalyptus Air Water that seems like the perfect addition to a nighttime routine to help you wind down from a long day. An article for anyone who’s ever read Gary Chapman  This week on […]

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Five on Friday 017

Here’s what I’m loving this week… This new-to-me skincare line I won’t even lie to you. I’m obsessed with the Balancing face oil from Town & Anchor. I first heard about this brand from my friend Lindsey, whose studio created all the branding (which is gorgeous). My mom has been using the Restoring face oil and can’t stop […]

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Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Today there will be many people quoting Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. — it is the federal holiday in his honor, after all. I want to share an excerpt from one of his sermons that’s had a major impact on my life.

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A Gift Guide for Bookworms

After such an incredible year of reading, I can’t help but want to gift books to everyone on my list this year. I asked around on Instagram to gauge interest for a gift guide for the bibliophiles in your life and got a resounding yes, so here’s what I’ve come up with. I hope it’s […]

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Dear Tori

Dear Tori, It’s impossible to think that it’s only been two years since you left. It feels like a lifetime. I can’t begin to count the times something has happened (because so much has) and I reach for my phone to call or text you, only to realize that I can’t. (Will that ever stop?) […]

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