Weekend Reading

Thank you so much to everyone who took the time out to send me a message, a DM on Instagram, or leave me a kind comment about Wednesday’s post. I appreciate it so much, and all of your advice was spot on! There are so many nicer people out there in the world and online then there are crappy mean ones, and hearing from all of you just reaffirmed that for me.

On to something much more fun – as you may have seen over on Instagram, Streeteasy asked me to be their featured photographer for the month! So excited, as past featured photographers have been some of my favorites (Charissa Fay, for example). I’ll be sharing my #streeteasyfinds every Tuesday throughout the month, so keep an eye out!

Update: received my Everlane order and love the cashmere sweatersΒ (under $100!). I’m definitely keeping the blue – a little on the fence about the pink but we’ll see. I’d say it runs true to size, I got a medium and it’s a little loose like I like it.

Sooo excited for Erin Gates’ next bookΒ (and loved seeing the cover reveal).

Five sneaky small-space tips.

Tips for enlivening your space with pattern.

Love a t-shirt with a little something extra – the sleeves on this one are so cute.

Speaking of Instagram, Victoria shared some interesting thoughts on how she’s feeling about it these days – number 2 definitely resonated with me.

This YA book sounds great for fans of the first Serial podcast.

Speaking of books, just downloaded this one for Audible after hearing it reviewed on this bookish podcast (which I really enjoy!).

Absolutely love this cozy sweater.

I’m such a fan of artistΒ Josh Young and always love seeing glimpses of his chic apartment and artists’ studio on his Instagram, so it was great to see a full tour on the Maryn!

Have a great weekend!

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  1. Victoria wrote:

    Thanks for sharing my post, Jackie!! Hope you have a great weekend ahead. πŸ™‚

    Published 10.5.18 · Reply
    • York Avenue wrote:

      You too Victoria! xo

      Published 10.6.18 · Reply