This was an incredible week. I’m so grateful to everyone who took the time to read, share, and comment on my article in the Huffington Post. I read every comment and I’m so happy that it started a conversation around this very important but difficult decision that many parents need to make. On another note, this week I attended an event at the Joan Shepp store in Center City, Philadelphia that showcased jewelry from Spinelli Kilcollin. In addition to the gorgeous collection and store, it was an honor to be there as a portion of the proceeds went to Twist Out Cancer, an international cancer support community. I hope you enjoy this week’s Sunday Edit links!
The Sunday Edit
My article on transitioning from a Pharmacist to a stay-at-home mom was published in Huffington Post! I hope you get the chance to check it out. I’d love to hear your thoughts below.
Married people share their biggest wedding regrets.
I really enjoyed Davida’s post on great tips for how to get out of a closet rut.
Ten millennial women talk about where they donate money and why.
Seven Spring trends going fast at Topshop.
I’m dreaming about these high-waisted pants from Tularosa. They’re both work and weekend appropriate.
Queer Eye star, Tan France, reveals how fashion has empowered him.
A friend recommended the book, Man’s Search for Meaning, which I immediately added to my reading list. Have you read it yet?
Beige is in and these pants from H&M will likely be the most versatile piece in my Spring wardrobe. Plus, they’re less than $25.
I love a graphic t-shirt paired with just about anything-jeans, a faux leather pencil skirt, under a slip dress, the list goes on. You can find graphic t-shirts you didn’t know you needed here, from a fellow Philly blogger, Deepika.
Say hello to the perfect white blazer for Spring and it’s less than $50.
I just ordered this mini inflatable pool from Target, which has the most chic design.
In case you missed it, the February 2019 reading list is love with my reviews of Molly’s Game and Room. Have you read either one yet?