Happy weekend, friends! Hope y’all are all enjoying that extra hour of sleep this morning. Phoebe came downstairs and climbed under the covers with us at 6:15am, but when I remembered that I’d actually gotten a full night’s sleep thanks to Daylight Savings, I hopped out of bed and was glad to get an early start on the day. I’m on the most last-minute flight to LA this evening (as in, I booked it last night) for a fun video project that I’m excited to share more about, but in the meantime: where should I go while I’m there? I’ve got less than 48 hours and quite a bit of work to check off the list, but I’d love to squeeze in some fun (and good food) where I can. Bottega Louie (whose macarons are pictured above) is definitely on my list, and would love any of your recos in the comments. I’ll try to remember to post some peeks at where I end up on my insta stories if you’re following along. Hope that you all have the most wonderful Sunday! And as always — lots of great links from around the web for you to peruse below… xo
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Tips to help you stay energized and stress-free with daylight savings time.
Thinking about these insanely delicious-looking sweet potatoes for our Thanksgiving menu.
Eating these 3 foods can actually make you feel hungrier.
Solid advice on getting a better night’s sleep this week.
I love everything about this chic, minimalist Soho space.
Research is finding that this is the healthy way to praise kids.
5 ways highly productive people use (or don’t use) their smart phones.
*and a few great things you may have missed!
This is the pie that I cannot wait to make for Thanksgiving this year.
Here’s how to increase your emotional intelligence (and what that actually means.)
If you’ve nixed gluten, these 3 recipes are a must on your Thanksgiving table.
I actually want to add all 12 of these pajama sets to my holiday wish list.
*photo credit: stories by joseph radhik