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Weekend Reading // 04

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First off, brr! I've been enjoying the ridiculously warm weather we've been having up until about a week and a half ago. Around Halloween, a cold front came in and decided to stay and I'm not too enthusiastic about the chilly weather. If you need me, I'll probably be working while tucked into a blanket somewhere (even at the office). The perk about it all is that I finally get to bust out my fall boots (like my tan ankle booties above from Target last year) and some of my favorite sweaters. 

  • This week, I wrote a post for the Social Factor blog on how the "evergreen content" on your blog and in your social media posts is just like the little black dress in your wardrobe. It's timeless, classic, and should be featured again and again. That being said, learn more about it and figure out which posts fall under the category of "evergreen content" on your own blog! Some examples on my blog can be found in the "Featured Posts" section in my sidebar. A few of my personal favorites are "Five Ways to Stay Inspired," "Secrets to Writing a Successful Cold Email to Get the Job You Want," and "Dream Big or Go Home."
  • I'm currently lusting after black and gold accessories like this watch and these boots. My summer love was anything that combined white and gold, so naturally, that would turn into black and gold for fall/winter, right? There's just something so luxurious and edgy about it that I just can't resist.
  • This week, I downloaded my very first ebook! If you read this post from Tuesday, you'll know that one of my goals is to start reading more. I really enjoy reading blogs on Bloglovin' on my iPad (moreso than on my laptop), so I wondered if that would also be the case with books. They're free to download and read through the public library and go straight to your Kindle app (also free) when you download them. Easy peasy. It also downloaded to my phone and is so nice because if I'm out and have a little time to kill, I can read a few pages or a chapter right on my iPhone. I haven't started reading it yet, but I'm going to try to squeeze in a chapter or two later today to see how I feel about it! 

Do you prefer actual books or ebooks? Favorite device to read ebooks on? Let me know in the comments!