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Link Love: 77

Welcome to Link Love! That time of the week where I share the best the Internet has to offer. Here we go!

George found these hilarious pulp art book covers and there’s a ton of trailer ones. The one above is from this site. The captions are the best part. Here’s a couple of my favorites:
– “Their love was as mobile as their home and just as carefree.”
– “They Lived In A House Of Sin — On Wheels!”
– “Thrown into dangerous intimacy by the cramped quarters of the trailer camps, the traveling construction men and their young restless women sat on a powder keg of sex.” LOL.

Love this article from Sarah Von Bargen, “Every choice is a chance.”

We often hear about women purging their closets, so I thought it was refreshing to read a man’s take on becoming a fashion minimalist.

I’m excited to read Erin Loechner’s new book, Chasing Slow*. She’s the creator of Design for Mankind. I actually got teary-eyed talking to my husband about her design aesthetic, (it’s just so good!), so I can only imagine what a train wreck I’ll be after I read her book.

10 ways to help you say no.

This 540 square foot apartment isn’t my style, but it’s so lovely.

It’s supposed to snow here this weekend which isn’t uncommon, but we still live in the south and often lose power when it snows. Here’s hoping you and I stay warm and connected!

love,
melanie

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