With one day blurring into the next, I’m glad I have this “Noted” series planned to kick off the beginning of a new week. Although minor, it’s little things like this that add structure and provide a framework for this barely changing timeline. A newly published book, a few more blue light frames, a promo code for ProLon, and the simple things I feel like wearing now are today’s highlights.
Reading: For a moment of escape leading to wishful future travel plans, I’m pouring through Linda Leigh Paul’s Wine Country Living. Twenty-five distinct properties throughout the Pacific Northwest and Northern California provide a peek into modern vineyard living. Establishing the architecture and design within the regional context accounts for the unique properties of each home and winery.
Buying: I continue to praise the convenience of having blue light filtering frames around the house. A few new styles have recently caught my eye and I’m adding one or two to my collection. If you haven’t tried them yet, I recommend at least keeping a pair on your nightstand for bedtime reading.
Lifestyle: For anyone tempted to try ProLon, my promo for $50 off the FMD Kit ends this Friday. Use code FMD50 at check out. I’m trying to find the best five consecutive days for another round this month. You can read more about ProLon here, here and here.
Wearing: Comfort remains as the dominant feature in dictating what I want to wear lately. Jeans, sneakers, and tees have become an essential part of my uniform. To add to this rotation are detailed fine knit tops that add a note of sophistication to an otherwise plain-jane outfit (which is fine with me most of the time). Finish with a pair of pristine white sneakers.