November 27, 2015
ON MY BOOKSHELF

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It’s been a bit quiet around here. By here, I mean this tiny space on the internet. Outside of this space, it’s been the opposite of quiet. When we arrived home from Tulum, both Jared and I entered busy seasons at work, including an exciting studio move and lots of prepping for the holiday season. I’ve also devoted much of my recent free time to developing dances for a hip-hop class I teach each week. Speaking of which, if you live in Nashville and can’t help but shake a little when you hear Beyoncé or Jason Derulo, then come to Coleman Community Center on Monday evenings at 6:00pm. 

Today, I’m home(!). I’m home all day. I’m cleaning. I’m catching up on laundry. I’m watching copious amounts of Homeland and The Office, and I’m compiling a list of a few incredible reads for you. If you’re similar to me, you’re avoiding Black Friday at all costs today. (If you are in fact shopping like crazy, head over to Everlane, Consider the Wldflwrs, or Elizabeth Suzann to observe a less daunting version of Black Friday.) You’re also preparing small but meaningful gifts for your loved ones this holiday season. If either of those ring true, you may enjoy the list of reads below.

Sage Living by Anne Sage

Styled by Emily Henderson

Frank Lloyd Wright Mid-Century Modern by Alan Hess

Humans of New York: Stories by Brandon Stanton

I Know You Think You Know It All by Chris Black

The Sartorialist: X by Scott Shuman

The Kinfolk Home by Nathan Williams

The Plant Recipe Book by Baylor Chapman

La Vie Est Belle: The Elegant Art of Living in the French Style by Henrietta Heald

Lastly, Anthropologie and Wilder carry a drool-worthy array of books, as well. Have a great weekend, friends!

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