Friday Favorites: 9 Blogs You Need in Your Life!

April 15, 2016 Audrey

I don’t know about you but one of my favorite ways to unwind after a long day is to mindlessly skim my favorite blogs. There’s just something fun about fantasizing about that lavender-rosemary bundt cake that I’ll never make or saving a workout that I know has one burpee too many. For this edition of Friday Faves, I took cues from our fabulous team on their very favorite blogs so that you, too, can unwind in style this Friday afternoon.




  • Nordstrom’s “The Thread:” Our Brand Director said and I quote, “What can I say… I (heart) Nords.
  • Cara Loren: This blogger has the best hair I’ve ever seen. It’s like a lion mane. Also, her clothing choices are super cute.


  • Magnolia Market: Joanna Gaines from HGTV’s hit show, Fixer Upper makes this inspiring blog full of crazy beautiful before and afters. This is a converted carriage house on the back of their property. What the what?!
  • Apartment Therapy: Whether you have an apartment, house, yurt, or whatever- this site will have you drooling over how awesome a living space can look. Plus, you can take tours of other people’s houses. I kind of love that!
  • The Dsgn Blog: Need to spark up your design concepts? This blog will get your creative juices flowing.



  • Office Vibe: For simple, clear advice that resonates with any manager or HR professional, this blog is a must-read.


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