Hey friends! Hope y’all are having a beautiful Sunday morning and enjoying some spring sunshine. It’s been a full and fun weekend over here. Friday we planned to have a couple friends over with their kids for a low-key barbecue, and before we knew it, two had turned into twelve, and people were jumping in the pool and opening a few more bottles of rosé until waaay after the sun set. It reminded me of how fun it can be to go off script and have a totally impromptu party, and I’m hoping the summer ahead holds lots more of those unexpected experiences. How do y’all make room in your lives for spur-of-the-moment fun? As a natural-born planner, it can be hard, but I think that summer is the perfect time to put it into practice.
This week is going to be a fun one on the site – we’ve got my May editor’s letter with our new theme for the month, the lessons I learned about sex from my recent dinner with Esther Perel, and a copycat recipe of those Starbucks egg white bites I’m currently obsessed with. Get excited!
Have a wonderful end to your weekend, and scroll on for my favorite reads from around the web this week…
Lots of fresh breakfast ideas using my favorite food.
Here’s what happens when you do the Miracle Morning routine.
This Roasted Citrus Cauliflower & Lentil Bowl is all my favorite things.
I love a healthy morning routine, but this seriously made me LOL.
10 rules for being (truly) creative.
The secret to actually improving your flexibility.
Here’s how to make any space feel infinitely bigger.
We’ll be sipping on this rosy cocktail all Spring.
The sunscreen we should all be using every day to protect our face.
and a few fun things you may have missed!
Why probiotics can transform your health.
The 5 best herbs to grow in your backyard.
Lauren Scruggs Kennedy on her balanced morning routine.
7 online vintage shops we love for sustainable fashion.
Green pea guacamole will healthify your Cinco de Mayo.
3 easy ways to energize your workday.
Step inside our travel editor’s dreamy Mexico house.
How to grow your bank account without really trying.