How’s everyone’s weekend going? It was SO beautiful in Chicago the past few days–I even took my hammock out to the lakefront for a few hours to soak up the sun.
This weekend was also Passover, and I hosted my first Seder on Friday night! I made the entire thing from scratch (for 6 people), which is something that I’m incredibly proud of myself for. It took about 6 hours to cook everything, but it was SO worth it.
I’ve rounded up a few links for you this week–click through to see them!
OBSESSED with this off-the-shoulder top from Asos! And the price is right IMO.
I just started the new season of Kimmy Schmidt – a show that I adore. This review dives into her season 2 personality a little more (for better or for worse).
Does your company have a wellness program? If not, it could be coming soon.
Smart people are bred at the Harvard Innovation Lab. Read 7 essential lessons from students here.
I just finished reading What Alice Forgot. Such a great, heartwarming story! Liane Moriarty is becoming one of my favorite authors.
My good friend Beth wrote this article for Digiday, so obviously you should read it!
I made this Slow-Cooked Brisket for Passover last week–I’ve made it a few times and it’s easy and also to die for. Try it!
Have you heard of blueprint photos? They’re pretty inexpensive to make, and look great on a big empty wall! PLUS you can frame them with this cheap oversized frame DIY project!