Bri Emery did some research on Airbnb and found us some cool places to stay in California. Now she has me dreaming of a trip there.
Who wants some Anthropologie bedding? Camile Styles has an Anthropologie bedding giveaway that you just have to enter. Or don't enter -- so I can have a better chance.
Sarah Yates of A House in the Hills has some serious decorating talent. Just check out her living room. I'm dying over that round mirror. It would be right at home on the wall over my kitchen table.
Kelsey of Happyolks never fails to get me thinking with her essays on life, love, and the power of womanhood. And there's a recipe for a butternut squash and brie galette. Seriously? Delicious food AND food for thought.
If you weren't lucky enough to be in that sold-out room at NYU last week to see Luisa Weiss, Smitten Kitchen's Deb Perleman and Food 52's Amanda Hesser speak about food and blogging and Luisa's book, My Berlin Kitchen (now out in paperback!), then you can watch it here.
I fear my husband is going to ask me for marshmallow topped sweet potatoes again this year, and I just can't bear the sweetness (are all you Americans frowning and unsubscribing from my site now?). BUT, I may have found an alternative in this coconut-pecan slow cooker sweet potato dish from Aimee at Simple Bites.
hard to define - but all about NYC
This is clearly a sponsored post, but I love seeing New York through photographer Jamie Beck's eyes.
Did you know Banksy was hanging out in NYC for the month of October scattering incredible artwork all over the city? Here are his top 10 pieces that had fans scrambling across the five boroughs to track him down.
Jenna of Sweet Fine Day has prepared her annual NYC calendar, and it's available for sale now on her website, check it out here. Plus she has some interesting musings on our soon to be former mayor.
Happy weekend, friends!