Hello, friends! Here we are at the end of another week, and I decided it was time to resurrect a fun tradition: the Friday Favorites post!
Friday Favorites are a short list of things I’m enjoying, finds I want to share, or links I’m loving. It might be bookish content, or perhaps completely unrelated. I’m sure I won’t post every Friday, but I’m going to try to hit quite a few, particularly as we approach the holiday season!
So, without further ado… this week’s Friday Favorites from The Biblio Blonde!
The Herbal Academy
I’ve been interested in herbs and natural health for a while now, and I’ve found a great resource for information. The Herbal Academy offers interesting articles as well as courses to increase your knowledge on the topic. I’m actually enrolled in the Introductory course right now and really enjoying it! If you’re interested in herbal medicine, natural remedies, or just increasing the health benefits of your nightly cup of tea, start with their blog here:
The Herbal Academy Blog
It’s really feeling like fall here today… the leaves are dropping, and the temperature has dropped quite a bit as well! There’s nothing like getting up and wrapping yourself in a cozy sweater to start the morning, or to layer up and go out on a crisp fall day. I’ve picked up a few new cardigans that I’m loving. The cardigan in the photo above is one my best friend swears by and she’s sweet enough to send me one of my own!
Soft Knit Cardigan in beautiful fall colors!
Beautiful, Inspirational Magazines
You know I’m all about books, but there’s something cozy and relaxing about flipping through a gorgeous, visual magazine. Yes, occasionally it gives me house envy. But it also gives me great ideas that I can sometimes implement and new ways to look at things. Here are a few that I always love to peruse!
Willow and Sage: Homemade Bath & Body Ideas (On Sale Now!)
Magnolia Journal: Who doesn’t love Joanna Gaines??
Midwest Living: The quintessential choice for this Midwestern gal!
Agatha Christie Books
You didn’t think I’d get through this list without adding some great novels, did you? Agatha Christie, the Grand Dame of Mystery herself, wrote dozens of fantastic, intriguing books. In fact, according to her website, she is the best selling novelist of all time, outside only by Shakespeare and the Bible… an impressive tidbit I only learned today. I’m linking the first book of hers I read, as well as the introduction to the famous Miss Marple, which I just began this week.
And Then There Were None
The Murder at the Vicarage
So those are some things I’m loving now… let me know what you think in the comments! Looking forward to sharing more favorites with you in the weeks to come! Happy reading!
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