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Saturday, January 7, 2017

Weekend Whatnots: A Rainy Weekend

Welcome to a new series I'm starting for the New Year! Every weekend I'll be sharing 5 things that I'm doing or being inspired by. I live in California and we are being slammed by the biggest rain storm, so this weekend I am staying inside and being cozy.

1. Enjoy your favorite mug
Stock up on your favorite tea, coffee or any warm drinks. As I mentioned above I'm trying to drink more water, but when it's cold I love to have a warm mug of tea in my hand. I'm also sure my Nespresso will be getting quite a bit of use this weekend.

2. Make a reading list for the year
Elle released a list of "The 25 Most Anticipated Books by Women for 2017" and I am going to be reading through all of the descriptions and adding my favorites to my Goodreads profile. I also love to pin books I want to read so I have two easy places to search when I'm shopping. So many of these look really good! 

3. Watch a Documentary
I've been completely obsessed with fashion documentaries over the last few months. Today's matinee feature is going to be Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf's. If you want to do a marathon I reccommend adding IrisThe First Monday in May & The September Issue. If you're a fashion lover you'll love any of these docs and you might even learn something on your day off!

4. Get cozy!
 I've linked these socks before during a Christmas post, but now that they're on sale I wasn't able to say no. I love the pom pom detail! I tend to always be cold so a chill day means bundling up in my favorite soft sweater, tall socks and a blanket. I can stay like that for most of the morning until I get bored and have to move around, but while it lasts it's pure bliss!

5. Make a yummy meal
Meal prepping is such a "thing" nowadays, but I've never really gotten into it because I hate to give up one of weekend afternoons to cook. This weekend with the rain pouring down I might as well give it a try. I love spaghetti squash and I love pesto, so when I found this recipe I knew I had to give it a try. If there's only one of you eating it and you cook a whole spaghetti squash, you'll definitely get a few meals out of it. Not into the vegan thing, just added a little chicken breast for some extra protein.

I hope you all have a lovely weekend!! 

Love you lots, 

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