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I am so proud of Harry Grigsby aka Jon Hope. I have known him for practically nine years and his music career is taking off. He has released two fantastic music videos in the past month. I was lucky to film a "stripped" with him before he becomes too huge! Check out my video with him after you watch his two latest music videos.
I haven't done a Link Roundup in awhile! I'm sick in bed so I've had time to go through my Pocket and share some of my favorite links that I've been hoarding over the past few weeks.
// Ever wonder what a night club looks like after everyone has left?
// Looking for a new DIY project? A Beautiful Mess has a ton of tutorials to get you making something cute and fun in no time!
- How To Make a Lace Patterned Notebook
- Make Your Own iPhone Case
- DIY Weekender Tote
- Magazine Clutch DIY
// Also from A Beautiful Mess, here is a camera bag roundup for ladies who want something a little more stylish to carry their gear in.
// The 99% on the five types of work that fills your workday.
// What The Hunger Games Teaches Us About Love - very funny (and heavily sarcastic) article.
// A lesson from Sir Richard Branson - Why geeks need to learn how to delagate.
// Is it possible to live life with no goals?
// Here are some photos Stanley Kubrick took in the 1940s when he was a photojournalist for Look Magazine.
// I'm kind of obsessed with these nail designs.
// Behind the scenes photos at Hermès Atelier Sacs in Paris.
// Here is an interview with associate publisher Wes of powerHouse on how he got started and his love of books as well as his thoughts on the future of books.
// Also from Garance Dore, here is an interview with Caroline, the publisher and fashion director at Tank magazine.
// A new UK study shows that women hit their peak at age 35.
// This is the cutest lookbook ever.
// It's no secret that I love my iPhone and love trying out new camera apps. Here are 10 iPhone photo challenges you can give yourself.
// This text only Instagram twitter account is pretty hilarious.
I Am The Everyday Girl just relaunched their cute website to something even more adorable and fun! Jen and Jane of Everyday Girl started a movement for girls to love themselves and be creative and awesome individuals. They are super nice and fun and I love the dynamic between Jen and Jane. You can tell that they're not just friends but family. They work so well together and love being around each other and that makes me enjoy being around them. They're great people and I love that their website is even bigger and better.
One new feature of their website is a styling section and they asked my buddies over at Concrete Predator for their input. The first article is their take on styling the little black dress. Jasmine and Ana have different styles so it's cool to see two completely different takes on how to wear the little black dress.
I am very honored to say that they wanted me to be a part of their relaunch. They interviewed me and Jen photographed me while I photographed Jane. I was soooo nervous, especially nervous about getting my photo taken, but I had a lot of fun and the article came out so cute. I am really happy to be a part of their website.
Hopefully you all go over to I Am The Everyday Girl right now and add it to your daily blog reads. But first check out the video I made for the ladies for The Trunk Show.