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Weekend Reads

apartment decorating - the living room

Great tips on how to organize your collection of photos (we are talking print photographs and videos).

Upgrade your working space for free with these 12 free printable pieces of wall art.

Are you thinking on launching a freelance gig? This post provides the list of six online marketplaces where you can list your freelance services.

This DIY all-natural makeup brush cleaner seems like a great idea! 

popular hashtags for bloggers

Want to expand your blogging hashtags vocabulary? Then, check out this ultimate guide to top hashtags for beauty and lifestyle bloggers.

How adorable is this DIY string lights garland?

Do you follow these seven rules of email etiquette?

Loved these tips on how to style your workspace essentials.

This review on Fraxel Laser treatment sounds inspiring!

Don’t forget to bookmark this list of ten books to read this summer.

Pear Salad with Dried Cherries

Vegan recipe of the week: Pear Salad with Dried Cherries by Minimalist Baker.

Blogs I 💗 this week: Lipstick And Confetti, Classic Catherine, and Girl Next Score.

Recent podcast love: TED Radio Hour.

Currently reading: The China Study by Colin Campbell.

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Photos via Money Can Buy LipstickLone Star Southern, and Babble.

  • Carina Vardie

    The pear salad looks delicious and I need to read the review on the Fraxel Laser!


  • Maria Jose Abad

    I’ll take the tassel earrings to go. Thanks!
    MariaOnPoint | Find me on IG

  • I’ll definitely be checking out those Instagram hashtags!!
    xo, Syd

  • Nadia

    So many super handy & fun reads, hon! Thanks for sharing these <3 I had to click straight away on free printable wall art & I will be printing some of them for sure 🙂 The list of hashtags will defo come in handy as well. And oh my goodness, how cute is that floral lights garland *heart eyed emoji* 🙂
    Will be properly reading back all the posts I missed tomorrow morning (well, this morning as it's already 12:35am here in the UK). Always enjoy your blog, sweetie! You just trigger those lovely inspo moments in my head and I get all creative so massive thanks for that <3
    Hope you are having a really lovely weekend, hon.
    xox Nadia

  • I love the professional resources you include in your round-ups, Katya! The hashtags and the six online marketplace listings are so helpful. Even though I’m not offering freelance services, it’s a great place for me to find talent whenever I need work done on the blog.

    I don’t know about the e-mail etiquette practices from C&C, though. My main issue is with point one. If it’s a completely cold call type e-mail, yes, keep things easy and totally pro. But if you’re familiar with the personality of who you’re speaking to (or have done a bit of research on them- which you should be doing), keep things personable. I can’t even imagine interacting with some people in a staccato manner. I think this is where personal judgement comes into play.

    We’ve come a long way from the very rigid business structures established decades before this generation. As long as you know how to be strong and firm, there’s nothing wrong with injecting some personality into your email, especially when you’re an influencer and your business IS your personality and creativity.

    Style Tomes ||ST on IG

  • Jane

    Love this post so much, going to give those free printables a go 🙂

    lots of love, Jane