Good Reads: 3 October 2014

I can't tell you how the heck it got to be October already, but I can tell you that I'm still waiting in vain for my Susan Miller horoscope. (Where is that girl, already?)

This week was cray busy in a good way, so I'm looking forward to relaxing, reading, and enjoying the early fall weather, as well as making plans for when my dad and stepmom come to visit next month (hurray!) and for a trip to Berlin we might make later this month. Extra hurray. 

Aside from wishing you were driving the English countryside in this car spotted in West London, what are you up to this weekend?

Attention: Cooking with Cleo is one of the best things you'll see for a while.

Obsessed with East London clothing brand The Whitepepper's fall bags. Especially this onethis one, and this one.

This airline is taking a different approach to finding lost items. 

An interesting quote on the differences in the friendships of men and women.

This scarf has a 70s-feel that I'm super all about. 

"The Something" by John Grisham, by B.J. Novak. 

Vogue takes a look at the culture of indie magazines.

My newly-found ceramics obsession is getting out of control. As soon as I get back to the States, I'm buying these spoons from Koromiko and everything from Rami Kim

Dream team alert: Lena Dunham was on Fresh Air this week to talk about "Not That Kind of Girl", which is of, course, now available.

Also out this week: Gone Girl. Who's seen it?

And because we're not done consuming non-digital content just yet, a few more books I have my eye on are this and this. Read either?

This aired a while ago, but if you missed it, be sure to check out the After The Jump with Sight Unseen, especially if you're a small business owner. 

A stack of cats

Also, I signed-up for Steller. I'm still kind of confused but will share more next week. 


Enjoy it, guys!