It’s crazy to think that in just a few short weeks summer will be over. In week we’re in T-minus two weeks of a serious launch and start school at the same time. Throwing in a wedding of a dear college friend in the Midwest next, we’ll be operating in overdrive around here for the next few days. With that in mind, we’re taking full advantage of our last weekend of summer. From symphonies by the lake, to cornhole on the downtown green, hikes on snow cladded mountains and placid lakes, it’s going to be a full weekend embracing everything that the last golden evenings of summer hold.
Here are a 10 Things to Love this Weekend:
Everlane is finally releasing denim next month. We can’t wait to add these to our fall capsule. Affordable and the perfect cut.
We absolutely love this article on money from Me and Orla. It talks about the balance, the mindset, and what it’s like to have money when you distinctly remember when you had none. It’s brilliant.
Looking for a simple one pot meal? We love this recipe from Camille Styles and are excited to try it this weekend.
Does the fall season of transition have you feeling the financial woes. As a millennial I used to have a really terrible relationship with money. This article from The Financial Diet shares 8 Painless Money-Saving Tips. We’ve been using them this month and it’s been incredibly helpful.
We love toast. Toast many, many ways. Savory, filled with berries and almond butter for breakfast, or topped with a classic avocado. Darling Magazine talks toast in this article complete with the perfect recipes.
These vegan Raspberry bars from Christiann Koepke look delicious and stunning.
Looking for the perfect treat from brunch? These baked blueberry donuts from Ela Vegan are full of blueberries, soft, and a light cake.
Freedom and friendship are a beautiful thing. We’ve loved this article from Grit and Virtue sharing about honesty and transparency in relationships.
31 Free Things to Do to Boost Your Confidence from The Financial Diet.
Have you noticed mindless scrolling through feeds? Can’t break checking your phone or feeling phantom buzz from your phone? We loved these honest thoughts from Rowan Made on Breaking the Social Media cycle. (We can’t wait to be hiking on the open trail this weekend, out of service. It’s going to be great.)
What are you up to this weekend?