It’s Thanksgiving week, y’all! Suddenly it feels like the holidays are in the air (and thank goodness – the temps plunged below 70 yesterday here in Austin and I finally got to bust out a sweater!) We hosted a dinner party + game night for friends on Friday, and the rest of the weekend has been running errands, baking, doing some organizing, and a little Christmas shopping. Have y’all started yours yet? If you’re still planning the menu for Thursday, may I suggest our Thanksgiving hub for all my favorite turkey, sides & pies plus some great table setting inspiration and more. And keep reading for a few great reads from around the web this week! xo

Psychologists found that these are the best ways to motivate yourself to work out.

How the world’s most creative thinkers structured their days (be sure to toggle the different sections on and off!)

Do you know this easy curling iron trick?

These 7 foods will boost your brain power.

Can’t stop using this genius little tool: the Refinery29 Holiday Gift Curator.

A super healthy breakfast to counterbalance all that pumpkin pie.

How one girl conquered her fear of public speaking (with some pretty amazing takeaways.)

Here’s what Anthropologie stylists know (that you don’t.)

Such a delicious way to use up leftover turkey this week (*drool!*)

Have you committed any of these home decor sins?

*and a few fun things you may have missed!

Why talking about your mistakes could be your smartest career move.

This was my favorite party of the fall so far.

No surprise that Jenni Kayne threw the prettiest Friendsgiving ever.

We made the only easy cocktail recipe you’ll need this Thanksgiving.

These are the 17 best hostess gifts under $50.

*all images from Our Food Stories – there’s a fab gluten-free pumpkin pancake recipe over there, too!
2 comments
  1. 1
    Hena Tayeb | November 21, 2016 at 8:49 am

    that is beautiful.. stunning

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    micheal | November 23, 2016 at 8:14 am

    Thanksgiving week, y’all! Suddenly it feels like the holidays are in the air (and thank goodness

    Reply
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