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"Take care of yourself now that you’re old enough to know how."
~ Olivia Wilde
weekend wrap-up

Making plans to have a good week: 

🎨 Spending some 'me time' on anything that helps us relax. After you've done the 1,000-piece puzzle, try out some new 'me time' activities like a personal paint-and-sip party to elevating your nap game.

🌟 Adding on our to-do list: spread joy. For many, the holiday season is a bright spot in our year.
Make the most of it by stretching it out and sneaking joy every single day. Two words: nonstop cookies.

🍞 Meal prepping soft and crispy focaccia. PSA to fellow dessert people,
Claire Saffitz is back on YouTube in her own channel that walks through recipes from her debut cookbook (and omg we can't wait for the foolproof tarte tatin).

🤣 Laughing at
these tweets that capture what we're all thinking while watching a holiday movie. Sneak peek: "She was new in town and didn’t have any friends until she decided to trust a handsome stranger — Hallmark movies and true crime podcasts."

💻 Ready for Monday by planning a *not lame* holiday work party. Fire up the Zoom and don your best ugly sweater because
these ideas are here for making spirits bright and team building.

🌌 Getting excited for the end of 2020. Breathe a sigh of relief, then finish out the year strong.
Here's what to expect this month according to your zodiac sign. Hint: it's your time to shine, Sagittarius.
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Worthy reads to save for this week 📖:

If food is your love language, discover the deeper connection as one woman recounts, For My Asian Mom, Feeding Me 'Everything' was an Act of Love |

If you danced to 'Renegade' and made dalgona coffee, you probably understand why TikTok Was 2020's Only Silver Lining | BUZZFEED

If you're looking for your next binge-watch, get ready to throw it back with Netflix's Selena: The Series. Star Christian Serratos Talks Playing the Tejano Legend | ELLE

If skincare products are at the top of your wish list, here's how to deal with What'll Happen to My Skin If I Never Leave the House Again? | ALLURE

If it feels good to be yourself, lift others to do the same from What Elliot Page’s Coming Out Can Teach Us About Supporting Transgender People: ‘Lead with Love’ | THE LILY

If the holiday season isn't your thing, use this time as an opportunity for self-investment as Spending the Holidays Alone Might Be the Mental Health Journey You Need this Season | HELLOGIGGLES
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sounds for sweet dreams
Grouplove ~ Wildflowers (Cover)

🎶 Listen to more on our Spotify playlist 📻
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Last time we asked what's something you've made that you're proud of? Thanks for the inspo to pick up our knitting needles again. Here are a few of our favorite responses 💕:

🙌 "My grandmother's recipes! I can't see her right now because of Covid but I learned some of her meals through Facetime and that keeps us close" ~ Ashley W.

🙌 "My bed every morning. Seems like a small thing but after coping with depression, it makes a huge difference and I'm in a much better place now."

🙌 "Although I've been a maker all my life, the best things I've ever made are my children (now 34 and  31)" ~ Kim F.

This week we want to know: How did this year really go for you? (1 - worst year ever, 10 - personally great!). Good or bad, we're always here for you ✨

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☁️🌛 Goodnight and go tuck yourself ☁️

Reminder to: 
Pull out the cozy blankets.

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