Cheers to the Weekend 6.8.18
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We had a busy week around here with normal life things, and we also had the privilege of styling and attending Browser's spring edition of their cookbook book club last night! As always the event was warm and happy and just a cozy evening, well spent. We'll have more on that later. It's going to be gloomy this weekend, and we don't have a lot planned, but are getting excited for all our kids to be out of school soon and for the real summer fun to start! What are you guys up to this weekend?
Around the web
Ready for a slew of June releases? Here are some of the most anticipated.
We couldn't agree more with this take on how to finally get to those books you've been meaning to get to!
A librarian's super practical tips for building your own home library.
Been binge watching Younger lately? Try these books.
Lots of plants and a pretty color palette, with a lifestyle bent. Nailed it, Ciara.
Soft colors, real life vibes, and good books from Christine!
Megan does a wonderful job showing off her literary lifestyle, and her feed is colorful and lovely!
What We're Reading
Michaela - It's been a slow week around here, I'm still reading A Closed and Common Orbit (if you want the cover I have, it's the UK version and here's the link), I also picked up this year's Pulitzer Prize winner, Less!
Rikki - I read This One Summer this past week on M's recommendation, and thoroughly enjoyed reading outside of my usual wheelhouse. I also flew through Meet the Frugalwoods, and walked away with so much inspiration for simple living within your means. The author does a great job narrating and building in the story so it isn't dry. And lastly, I listened to my favorite The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, as I am beyond anxious to see the film!