It’s been a weekend of cooking and reading and playing board games (we’re all addicted)… and generally just resting up before the week ahead begins. I’m keeping this weekend’s notes a bit short, as I’m pouring my creative energy into a new project I’ve been dreaming up and can’t wait to share with you in the next week or two. For now, enjoy my favorite reads from around the web (and a “watch” and a “make“), and as always, please drop any great articles you’d like to share in the comments! xx C

pictured above: the romper I can’t stop wearing

What happened when a little boy fought segregation at a library.

An essential read on addiction + our devices.

Some of the BEST parenting tips ever.

Your watch list if you want to learn more about racial justice.

How to take a “safecation.”

Making the most of summer veggies with this pasta dish tonight.

Almost finished with this book and I’m already recommending to everyone I know.

36 successful entrepreneurs share their #1 tip for college graduates.

If you need a new show to binge, this one is pretty amazing.

*and a few fun things you might have missed!

You guys went as crazy for this wedding as we did.

7 grilling rules that every summer cook should know.

Is it safe to invite friends over yet?

11 podcasts you may not be listening to yet – but should.

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    Genevieve | June 28, 2020 at 11:19 am

    These are such good parenting tips! The only one that made me cringe was “Ignore your mother-in-law” when needed. If I was that contributor’s MIL, I would be hurt by that. Instead, I’d advise the following: Get to know your mother-in-law. Ask her how she is doing, what she is reading, what worked for her as a parent. You might be pleasantly surprised by her answers if you focus on her as a person. And always say thank you for babysitting 🙂

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    • Camille Styles | June 28, 2020 at 2:25 pm

      Great comment, and couldn’t agree more – I am so grateful that my mother-in-law is one of my best friends and greatest givers of advice!

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