4.14.2012

LINK LOVE: Baubles and Blogs


Thanks again to BaubleBar for featuring me on their blog this week!

Great article on Design*Sponge this week: How to Escape the Comparison Trap written by Becka Robinson. I'm loving her 5 Steps, especially Find whatever inspires you and start spending more of your time there. 

Does your stomach always hurt? Does food make you sick? Did your doctor tell you to eat gluten-free? This is my friend Lisa's inspiring story. She also just happens to have an amazing blog full of gluten-free recipes if you're looking for some.

I started blogging for the Washingtonian this week. Check out my first posts 6 Killer Arm Party Starter Kits and 11 Pairs of Not-Too-Serious Studs.

Did you see Caitlin's place on Apartment Therapy? Talk about minimal living, she and her husband live in this 425-square-foot apartment in San Francisco, however, with her mad interior decorating skills it looks rather spacious.

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Photo by Meg Biram

17 comments:

Becka Robinson said...

Thanks so much! :)

Jillian Nicole said...

Thanks so much for linking to With Style and Grace, Meg! I've never read her blog before, but I loved reading her story and knowing that all her recipes are Gluten-Free is amazing and I know it's going to become my one-stop shop for GF recipes!:)

Georgina said...

I'm going to check out her 5 tips right now - congrats on that feature again you styled their pieces so well!

Also congrats on your new job with the Washingtonian!

Have a great weekend xo

Will @ Bright.Bazaar said...

Great links! Loved Caitlin's place.

Sara Grace said...

thanks for the links! I enjoy With Style & Grace a lot, so glad you linked to her! Caitlin's place is awesome!!

designchic said...

Loving these links. Caitlin's apartment is amazing - such great design in 425 square feet! Happy Sunday ~

Donna in Potomac said...

That is such a great photo of you, and I had to chuckle at seeing the Mary-Kate & Ashley book because you could be their sister! Was the photo taken by a professional you can name?

Lisa's story brought a tear to my eye. Thanks for posting all this great advice - from fashion to food.

Meg Biram said...

@Donna, Aw that's very sweet of you about the Olsen's. They are gorgeous! I actually took the photo myself :) Tripod and self timer. My photographer (i.e. my husband) has been busy.

Megan Ann said...

I love these links, thanks for sharing!

xo Megan

http://indieflower-meg.blogspot.com/

With Style and Grace said...

Thank you so much for the link love! Miss you!!

Alyson said...

First, must say I'm inspired by your bookshelves (so pretty!) and this is such an incredibly useful list of links. Curious to read the gluten-free diet story...
Thanks!!
Oh, and the arm party!? Dying. Amazing!

Carroll said...

You look gorgeous in this photo! Please let us know what makeup you are wearing. Thanks! Love your blog and your Washingtonian contributions.

Meg Biram said...

Thanks Carroll! I'm actually sooooo not a makeup person, although I could definitely do a post about what I do wear. Nothing too special. Although I can't say enough about Nars Orgasm blush.

Carroll said...

You should totally do a post about your current favorite beauty products. I don't like a super made up look either, but I always love to know what few products people cannot live without. I'm also a huge NARS orgasm fan, especially in the multiple stick lately.

Mrs. HaHa said...

Hi, I stumbled across your blog from Pinterest; I would love to know what you're wearing in the pic. Cute outfit!

la la Lovely said...

pretty pretty picture! i'm with you...i cannot believe Caitlin's place is only 425 sq ft. So lovely! And congrats on writing for the Washingtonian!
xo . trina

Erika [small shop] said...

All this goodness for you! Can't wait to read it all. You are my fave blogger!

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