Happy Wednesday everyone! We are reaching the end of Blogtober, and as November approaches, I am contemplating doing NanoWriMo. That being said, I am still looking forward to having a spooky weekend filled with sugar and Charlie Brown Christmas specials. This week, I have a variety of favorites to share with you. So, without further adue, here are my favorites:
I’ve been watching this show since the middle of last week, and I have been obsessed. It is on Apple TV Plus, and is about a singer-songwriter Bess, who is just trying to make it. Bess battles trying to pay the rent with her family issues as well, as her father is a musician as well, and her brother has special needs. What is really cool about the show is that the series features so many great songs. And, it was produced by Sara Bareilles, which is pretty cool.
I am going to preface this by saying that I am not the most artistic person that you’ll ever meet. However, I am really enjoying Procreate. I downloaded it last week, and started sketching. I instantly felt relaxed. What I love about the app is that there are so many different options for you to sketch, paint, do calligraphy and more. Like I said, I am not the most artistic, but I just found it relaxing to just sit there and draw.
The paperclip chain necklaces have been all of the rage this fall. Last week, I picked up this chain and I’ve been obsessed with it. I got a 16 inch chain, and have been pairing it with my sterling silver good luck necklace or my name necklace I’ve purchased from Caitlyn Minimalist. What is cool about this necklace is that it is so versatile. You can wear it layered, like I mentioned, or you can wear it by itself.
I recently purchased this set, and even though I don’t wear it together, it’s extremely comfortable. I wore the shirt with jeans, and the pants with a random sweatshirt. However, what I really love is that I can also pair it with leggings, since the set does run big.
All comfort aside, it’s really great for fall because it’s neutral and keeps you warm on chilly mornings. Furthermore, the quality is excellent and absolutely worth the $65 price tag.