Happy Friday! It was quite the (freezing cold) week here in Connecticut. On Sunday night, I went to my very first NFL game to see the Giants play Dallas with my dad. After four hours in the cold, I woke up on Monday with a sore throat… shocker! I spent the week drinking lots of lemon, ginger tea and getting better because we have a big weekend ahead! Two holiday parties (one is my sister’s in Philly!) and my friend’s pop up restaurant. I’m happy to say I’m feeling 100% again. I hope you have a great weekend!
Colorful Coat: As temperature dropped below 10 degrees this week, I’ve been living in heavy coats. This burgundy belted number with a detachable faux-fur collar has brought me a ton of compliments, and it also comes in red! Shop my coat.
Word of the Year: Victoria’s post about focus being her goal for 2017 has stuck with me since I read it last week. I’ve been spending some time thinking about what my word will be for the coming year, and will report back as soon as I figure it out! Read the post.
Be a Ladyperson: My friend Gabi sent me this link and it made me crack up. Straight from the ad pages of your favorite high-end magazines, this guide teaches you how to be a “ladyperson” at the holidays. Get ready to laugh.
Currently Bingeing: After finishing The Crown this week (I was so sad when it ended!), I need something new. Help! Any suggestions on what I should s
Win Big: Have you entered our big giveaway yet? I teamed up with two of my blogger buds and a bunch of our favorite brands to bring you maybe the most epic holiday giveaway of all time. The winner gets gift cards (and a Gray Malin print!) worth over $4000. Enter here.
Make a Difference: What’s going on in Aleppo right now is heartbreaking and devastating. So what can you do? My friend Hitha started Bridge2Act, a company that makes finding and donating to different charities. They’re currently raising money for the Karam Foundation, helping children all over Syria. Even if it’s a few dollars, please donate here!
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