stuff I love // weekend links for living with beauty in the every day
Friday, February 7, 2014 by {darlene}

I have wanted to do this for a long time, share regular posts with you that link to some of my favorite internet reads, recipes, inspiration and style. I want to, really I do.

But the whole concept of ‘regular’ posts, alas, is not to be in my immediate future. And joyfully so, since the big hold-up is my parenting, my baby girl, and learning with my boys. Much less glamorous, I admit. Much less, dare I say…. fun. But still – complete peace in knowing that I am doing exactly what I am supposed to be doing.

So, let’s just pretend that I am going to share Weekend Links with you on a weekly basis, m’kay? That way we can hold up the ruse together.

I knew you had my back.

So without further ado, here is the first edition of my “regular,” “weekly,” “series:” Stuff I love.

Stuff I love {weekend links via Fieldstone Hill Design}

this shop //

Can we just discuss how cute these scarves for toddlers are? I mean, COME ON!! I adore this shop, I love her scarf bibs for my Georgia Lu, and the precious heart of the shop owner {find her on instagram: @bellevargas}.

bellevargas ruggedcloset


this dangerously delish snack //

Clean Eating chocolate bars, from one of my fave blogs, The Gracious Pantry. I may have made this twice already this week. And I may or may not have eaten the entire pan before they ever fulfilled their destiny as chocolate “bars.”

chocobars gracious pantry

this inspiration //

How to Have a Happy Home

by my brilliant, big-hearted, fellow-home-lovin friend Myquillyn.

happy home

this MUST READ for mothers //

I need to read this post at least once a week. Anyone else?? And this blog is a must read for mothers of this generation.

hands free mama

this for lunch //

I shared this on my instagram, and no one seemed all the thrilled. But I am telling you it is GOOD. And gives major energy. I have had this smoothie for lunch everyday this week. I leave out the coconut water {I use regular water}, and the fancy flax stuff and chia stuff, as well as the stevia. Instead, I added the juice of a lemon and grapefruit for my sweet stuff.

green smoothie via Fieldstone Hill Design

this on your coffee table //

I cannot get over Aerin’s impeccable style. Pages and pages of it are here in her book, Beauty at Home {affiliate link. Thanks, lovelies!}, which is quite drool worthy.


{image found in the book, via Architectural Digest}

this conference //

The conference I never ever want to miss. I hope you will go too. And… guess who is speaking this year???? {insert giddy, nervous laughter}


So fun to share some of my faves with you!

So what do you say? Shall we make this a ‘regular?’






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  • Haha! I’m so happy you loved the chocolate bars! (Or should I just say…. chocolate? lol) Thanks for the mention!

  • I’ve enjoyed your blog for a while now, “regular” posts or not. This homeschooling mama of 4 will never complain! I’m seeing my girl in one of those scarves, and look forward to trying the bars. My allergic son can eat everything in them. I’ll try not to eat them all myself, which is SO something I would do; glad I’m not the only one!

  • I love to see “favorites” posts on my few favorite blogs. I love finding out about a few really great things worth looking into or trying.

  • Loving your links and I can hardly wait to make the clean chocolate bars and your smoothies. Loved the poem from Hands Free Mama!!

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