image from the incredible country home of amanda brooks photographed by oberto gili for architectural digest

Morning, friends! Hope y’all are having a happy and restful Sunday morning, preferably with some spiced orange cinnamon rolls and cup of coffee in hand. It feels so good to be home for the weekend after lots of work travel lately, and I’ve been making the most of it with lots of time unplugged from my phone, running errands with the kids, long chats with friends, and getting the fam together to make the best grilled pizza dinner (we did caramelized onion, prosciutto, and arugula – my fave.) Also, y’all have got to watch this documentary that Adam and I loved last night. It reinforced my current goal to allow time for real spontaneity and unexpected connections with others. Let me know if you guys have seen it in the comments, and scroll on for my favorite reads from around the web this week. XO

How 13 successful women begin their day.

An interior designer’s cozy cabin (it’s seriously stunning.)

When you’re anxious, try these things to soothe yourself fast.

How fast fashion affects your mental well-being.

If you cook at home, compost in style.

Three apple recipes that will satisfy your sweet tooth with all the autumn feels.

The wrong way to take care of your houseplants.

How to raise boys to be emotionally intelligent.

The best hand masks – because they wrinkle too.

You’ll want to wear these socks with your flats.

and a few things you may have missed!

It’s November! Here’s my letter to kick off the month.

The perfect Brussels sprouts recipes for Thanksgiving.

How writing my ‘future bio’ has helped me reach my goals.

What to do with your life in November.

These three dinner recipes are perfect for a party of 2.

3 comments
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    Lucie | November 4, 2018 at 12:55 pm

    Oh those orange / cinnamon roll look so autumnal and delicious! I really have to try and make some of my own someday
    Lucie,

    http://thefrenchpier.blogspot.com/

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    • Camille Styles | November 4, 2018 at 12:57 pm

      They’re seriously sooo good – autumn in a baking dish! 🙂

      Reply
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    Natalie Redman | November 5, 2018 at 9:26 am

    Great post! Thanks for sharing, especially the cinnamon roll! Gosh that looks delish.

    Reply
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