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December 7, 2021

Sharing a couple of things that I'm really loving lately...

A fun olive art print by Anastasia Inciardi: These food prints! They're so charming! Mine came already framed for $10 during a sale. It looks like her shop is closed temporarily, but it should be back in a bit...

East Fork Side Plate in panna cottaThis is the third side plate I've bought from EF and this is my favorite glaze and color. It's the perfectly mushroomy color that makes me feel cozy inside. The dish is the perfect size for a small snack, half a sandwich, some cut up fruit, a croissant, etc.

ILIA Serum with SPF: I've already raved about this foundation on my Instagram but it's my new holy grail. It has hyaluronic acid which moisturizes your skin so well. The SPF and coverage is an added plus; I've found that it's more easily buildable on the skin vs. other "tinted moisturizers." I wear the shade "Shela."

Alex Mill sweater: I think this is officially my second favorite sweater in my closet (this really cuddly, cozy one comes first.). The quality is incredible, the cream color and stripes are perfect, and it's loose enough for casual everyday wear (I can't really do tight fitting sweaters).

Hawkins brass candleholders: I've had these for a few years now and each year I fall more in love with them. They've aged well (the brass ages into a lovely antiqued patina) and they look so elegant on a table or mantle. Instant chic.

Trader Joe’s Mint Dark Choc Covered Stars: Omg. These are shortbread cookies! Covered -- I'm sorry, enrobed, as TJ's calls it -- in a minty dark chocolate. This is my first time trying them on a whim and wow, I think this might become a snack staple in our house. You can make brownies with them too.

Open Spaces Bin: I bought and ordered about 8 of these. They've completed transformed our linen closet. I love that you can add wooden lids - which hides the clutter and creates a Scandi-chic vibe.

The Midnight Library by Matt Haig: This book brought me a lot of comfort this month and felt like a balm. It's a beautiful exploration of the human condition. What is happiness? How can we minimize pain? If we could live out our other lives which could have been...would we? I listened to this on audiobook via

The Laundress Le Labo Santal 33: Apparently, I like my laundry expensive. This smells delicious and makes doing laundry a treat. I just ordered another one during their holiday sale

Note: Some of these are affiliate links, meaning if you buy something, I may get a cut from it. That said, I only ever share products that I genuinely love.