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Another manic week! 

Well, hello Friday! Aren't you a sight for sore eyes?! It's been a bunch of back to back long shoot days this week, with little sleep in between so I can't wait to really relax this weekend, ideally with zero makeup and messy hair. Also, since it's warming up this weekend (yay!), we might hop out to the New York Botanical Garden to check out the new Singapore Orchid show (mentioned on my spring bucket list)!

So if you're like me and ready to kick up your heels early, here's a bit of what's been catching my eye this week.

ONE // The 12 best online thrift stores

I'm sorry, did you say something? I was too busy adding these vintage feather slides to my cart.

TWO // A new Sex and the City series featuring women over 60

I couldn't help but wonder...what was Mr. Big's age after all? Didn't he always seem much older than Carrie?

THREE // Making friends as an adult

Loved this post from Keiko about making friends as an adult.

FOUR // The Act

Having watched Mommy Dead and Dearest already, I now have my sights set on this scripted drama series about it. Have you guys seen it already? Thoughts?!

FIVE // Why we all need to care about inclusive sizing

Commendable post from my friend Grace about inclusive sizing and how it's something that affects us all.

SIX // Reformation's extended size collection

Speaking of extended sizes, Reformation just dropped this collection with a range of 0-22. Slow clap.

SEVEN // How to get paid what you're worth

Lots of great tips in here, whether you work for yourself or at a company.

EIGHT // Upcounsel 

I was recently introduced to Upcounsel earlier this week and I have to say, the idea is genius. As an independent contractor, it's always nice knowing you could potentially hire legal counsel without it being a really intimidating process. Think of it as Task Rabbit for legal projects/issues.

OUTFIT DETAILS: Johanna Ortiz dress rented via Nova Octo // Nine West heels (gifted) // Vintage pearl clutch (similar style here) // Vintage Chanel earrings

Photos by Carter Fish