Apr 6, 2015

Weekly Favorites | 04

It's that time of the week again!! Here are what we have been loving this past week.

  • I am such a huge fan of Parks & Recreation, and this pillow is so perfect and would look so great in my room. And it isn't even that pricey! 
  • I love love love the idea of a worry stone. I found a cheap one -and good quality- on etsy here for 5$. I will definitely be purchasing one of those. She sells a lot of different stones and crystals so if that sort of stuff is right up your alley you should check her out! 
  • I can't wait to purchase these sunglasses, especially for the summer. And at Aldo they're only $12!
  • I just discovered this app called Stop, Breathe and Think. I haven't gotten around really using it yet but I have gone through it and I love the idea of it! It's a meditation app that gives you a selection of meditation sessions that are all different lengths based on 5 moods you pick out. It's perfect for anyone who wants to try meditation and has difficulty finding time to do it. They also have it on a website. 
  • This is my favourites of all favourites and it's The Maine's new album American Candy. It came out last week and I am so happy with how it turned out! I might do a full review of it in the future so be on the lookout for that. 
  • This shirt from Missguided needs to be in my closet asap. And if it's your first time purchasing, you get an additional 30% off!! 

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  • If you don't know what society6 is, you should definitely check it out. I absolutely love this shop, and basically want to buy everything in every format. I mean, look at at these art prints.  
  • If this shirt wasn't $81 it would definitely be on me right now. 
  • Too Damn Young was founded with the sole purpose of letting any grieving teenager know they are not alone. But going through the website it's so much more than that. You find everything there, and it's not just teenagers, there's some articles for 20 somethings as well. 

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