What’s in my Bookish {Beauty} Bag? ~ Jane Healey

I love a fabulous local author and love even more when they write about the Ah-mazing city of Boston!  The Beantown Girls, by Jane Healey, is about three best friends who volunteer for the Red Cross during WWll.  Out now, this historical fiction gem is a must for your reading list!  Read below to see what is on Jane’s Must-Have beauty list with a sneak peek into her timeless Rebecca Minkoff bag 🙂

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A novel of love, courage, and danger unfolds as World War II’s brightest heroines—the best of friends—take on the front lines.

1944: Fiona Denning has her entire future planned out. She’ll work in city hall, marry her fiancé when he returns from the war, and settle down in the Boston suburbs. But when her fiancé is reported missing after being shot down in Germany, Fiona’s long-held plans are shattered.

Determined to learn her fiancé’s fate, Fiona leaves Boston to volunteer overseas as a Red Cross Clubmobile girl, recruiting her two best friends to come along. There’s the outspoken Viviana, who is more than happy to quit her secretarial job for a taste of adventure. Then there’s Dottie, a shy music teacher whose melodious talents are sure to bring heart and hope to the boys on the front lines.

Chosen for their inner strength and outer charm, the trio isn’t prepared for the daunting challenges of war. But through it all come new friendships and romances, unforeseen dangers, and unexpected dreams. As the three friends begin to understand the real reasons they all came to the front, their courage and camaraderie will see them through some of the best and worst times of their lives.

 

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What is your bag of choice?

I love my Rebecca Minkoff Mini Julian Backpack. It’s really versatile and has a bunch
of pockets.

What are your top favorite beauty picks?

I live in New England and in the winter my face needs all the moisture it can get. I
can’t live without Olehenriksen’s Truth Serum and Kiehl’s Ultra Facial Cream. And I
love Bareminerals Complexion Rescue tinted moisturizer with SPF and use that year
round.  I’m not a big lipstick person but I love a good lip gloss and my favorite Buxom Full-On Plumping Lip Polish Gloss. I have it in multiple shades.  My eyes are really sensitive and I have to be careful what I use. I’ve found the eyeliner and mascara combo that works best for me is Clinique’s Quickliner for Eyes Intense in Chocolate, and LOC Love of Color One and Done Shadow Stick in Champagne Problems.

What do you always carry on for beauty products for travel?

I always carry a good eye cream and concealer, especially for long flights. My
favorite eye cream is Origins GinZing Refreshing Eye Cream and my tried and true
concealer is MAC’s Mineralize Concealer. I also bring an exfoliator, Olehenriksen
Transforming Walnut Scrub, because air travel can do such a number on your skin.

What are you currently reading?

My 12yo daughter is a total introvert, so I’m currently reading Quiet Power: The
Secret Strengths of Introverts. It’s a guide for kids and teens from Susan Cain, the
author who wrote of the worldwide bestselling book Quiet: The Power of Introverts
in a World that Can’t Stop Talking. It’s really fascinating and it’s given me such a
great perspective on my daughter’s personality.

And any other fun item/must-have that you always have with you?

I have a small vintage compact mirror that I bought in London with a picture of a
cartoon cat on the front. I also always have an ultrafine black Sharpie pen and sticky
notes – sometimes I write story ideas that come to me when I’m driving, etc. but
often it’s just reminders to pick up the dry cleaning or something!

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What’s in my Bookish {Beauty} Bag? ~ Lindsay Emory

You know I love a royal and I love a Louis Vuitton just as much so when Lindsay Emory opened her LV and shared her latest novel, The Royal Runaway, I knew she’d be my kinda gal 😉  Read below about her beauty faves and planner obsession- I spy what looks like a Vuitton planner cover, OH MY! ❤

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For fans of The Princess Diaries and The Royal We comes a fun and daring novel about a modern-day princess who teams up with a spy to find out what happened to the fiancé who left her at the altar—and who just might get her own fairytale in the process.

Princess Theodora Isabella Victoria of Drieden of the Royal House Laurent is so over this princess thing.

After her fiancé jilted her on their wedding day, she’s finally back home after spending four months in exile—aka it’s back to press conferences, public appearances, and putting on a show for the Driedish nation as the perfect princess they expect her to be. But Thea’s sick of duty. After all, that’s what got her into this mess in the first place.

So when she sneaks out of the palace and meets a sexy Scot named Nick in a local bar, she relishes the chance to be a normal woman for a change. But just as she thinks she’s found her Prince Charming for the night, he reveals his intentions are less than honorable: he’s the brother of her former fiancé, a British spy, and he’s not above blackmail. As Thea reluctantly joins forces with Nick to find out what happened the day her fiancé disappeared, together they discover a secret that could destroy a centuries-old monarchy and change life as they know it.

Funny, fast-paced, and full of more twists and turns than the castle Thea lives in, The Royal Runaway is a fresh romantic comedy that will leave you cheering for the modern-day royal who chucks the rulebook aside to create her own happily-ever-after.

 

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What is your bag of choice?- purse/tote/backpack and brand that you have?
I’m a “purse enthusiast”  so I can’t pick a favorite – they all have a special role to play in my life. But one of my all-time favorites is this Speedy Bandoliere 30 in Damier Ebene by Louis Vuitton. I bought it while visiting my sister, who was living in Paris at the time. I hadn’t planned this purchase at all, but we went in the store and I tried it on and it was love. It’s waterproof, lightweight and goes with everything and – maybe even better – it was a good deal. With the exchange rate and the VAT refund, I got it for more than a third off U.S. retail.

What are your top favorite beauty picks?  
I’m going to sound super boring, but skin care is key. My top three skin care must-haves are a great sunscreen (I like the Japanese Biore ones), a vitamin C serum (I’m trying a new one from The Ordinary now) and a retinoid (which my dermatologist prescribes.)

For makeup, I love the versatility of a Bobbi Brown Shimmer Brick and the ease and durability of a Laura Mercier caviar stick, which is a cream eyeshadow stick that really lasts all day on my, um, let’s call them, dewy eyelids.

What do you always carry in your bag/purse/carry-on for beauty products?  
I always have a lip gloss of some kind because I need something that can be put on without too much fuss when I’m on the go. Also Boscia blotting papers because Texas.

What are you currently reading (can be books/magazines)
I just finished Ilona Andrews’ latest, Iron and Magic, which was so wonderful it sent me into a deep depression because the next one in the series won’t be out until 2019. It’s the best/worst kind of torture for a reader!

And any other fun item/must-have that you always have with you 🙂

I am a huge planner girl. I’m currently obsessed with my Hobonichi Cousin combined with a Micron 01 ultra fine pen. Using these two things together keep me sane. Also, I carry packets of True Lemon to add to my iced water (another beauty tip – hydrate!) and a rollerball filled with my homemade essential oil blend of lavender, peppermint and lemon. It’s supposed to be for allergies and headaches, but I add extra peppermint and on a hot Texas day, it’s delightful on the back of my neck.

 

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Accessorize Your Bookshelves #booksarechic

With the start of a new month, the month of FASHION, I thought it would be fitting to compile a list of my favorite, most chic reads.  I was also feeling inspired after Stella Artois release their latest campaign featuring Sarah Jessica Parker, bringing back our most beloved, Carrie Bradshaw.  I didn’t realize how much I missed her until I saw her back in action- tulle, stilettos and all.  There are so many books on fashion, designers, glam, etc. so this is just a slice of the fashion pie.  I have been collecting Hollywood glam and fashion coffee table books and bios for years and they are something I still love to collect.  Lots of the best ones are out of print, so the thrill of the hunt at used bookstores or EBAY is just as exciting as finding a fashion bargain!  Let me know your favorites so I can add them to my list 😉

 

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Accessorize your bookshelf

 

Grace: A Memoir ~ Grace Coddington

Eleanor Lambert: Still Here ~ John A. Tiffany

 

 

Sex and they City: Kiss and Tell ~ Amy Sohn

She ~ Kate Spade

 

 

Style A to Zoe ~ Rachel Zoe

Coco Chanel ~ Megan Hess

 

The Essential Marilyn Monroe ~ Joshua Greene

Grace Kelly: Hollywood Dream Girl ~ Jay Jorgensen

 

The Woman I Wanted to be ~ Diane Von Furstenberg

Journey of the Dress ~ Diane Von Furstenberg

 

Champagne Supernovas: Kate Moss, Marc Jacobs, Alexander McQueen, and the ’90s Renegades Who Remade Fashion ~ Maureen Callahan

Louis Vuitton :Marc Jacobs ~ Pamela Golbin and Yves Carcelle

Fashionable Fiction

 

 

The Devil Wears Prada ~ Lauren Weisberger

The Knockoff ~ Lucy Sykes and Jo Piazza

Fashion Flicks

 

*The September Issue

*The Gospel According to Andre’

 

*McQueen

*The First Monday in May

Open Book with Lynda Cohen Loigman

Lynda Cohen Loigman is one of my favorite authors and people and we have never met 🙂 She was so kind to send me something when my son was born and we only know each other in the book world- the beauty of the internet!  Her latest, The Wartime Sisters, out now, is a deep and touching story of two sisters who are living very different lives on the same Armory during World War two.  Loigman’s way with words creates a tale that will leave you with a book hangover, guaranteed.  I am thrilled she is my next “Open Book”, read below ❤

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For fans of Lilac Girls, the next powerful novel from the author of Goodreads Choice Awards semifinalist The Two-Family House about two sisters working in a WWII armory, each with a deep secret.

Loigman’s strong voice and artful prose earn her a place in the company of Alice Hoffman and Anita Diamant, whose readers should flock to this wondrous new book.” ―Pam Jenoff, New York Times bestselling author of The Orphan’s Tale

“The Wartime Sisters shows the strength of women on the home front: to endure, to fight, and to help each other survive.” ―Jenna Blum, New York Times and international bestselling author of The Lost Family and Those Who Save Us

Two estranged sisters, raised in Brooklyn and each burdened with her own shocking secret, are reunited at the Springfield Armory in the early days of WWII. While one sister lives in relative ease on the bucolic Armory campus as an officer’s wife, the other arrives as a war widow and takes a position in the Armory factories as a “soldier of production.” Resentment festers between the two, and secrets are shattered when a mysterious figure from the past reemerges in their lives.

“One of my favorite books of the year.” ―Fiona Davis, national bestselling author of The Dollhouse and The Masterpiece

“A stirring tale of loyalty, betrayal, and the consequences of long-buried secrets.” ―Kristina McMorris, New York Times bestselling author of The Edge of Lost and Sold on a Monday

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What three celebrities/authors/figures- living or dead, would you want to have a book club with?

Edith Wharton – She is my literary idol. I would probably be star struck and mute around her.

Stephen Sondheim – I would love to talk to him about his creative process and the way he uses songs to tell stories.

Mindy Kaling – She seems like she would be the most fun person to be around.

 

Current binge series?

I am feeling a little lost right now because I finished the second season of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, and I don’t know what to watch. It was perfect, and nothing else compares to it. My husband and I just started the Amazon Prime Jack Ryan series, so I’m consoling myself with that, but it’s not the same.

 

Last favorite book?

I loved Spinning Silver by Naomi Novik. I don’t usually read a lot of fantasy, but I do love fairy tales. This one is a reimagining of the Rumpelstiltskin story, but the main character is a young Jewish woman who takes over her father’s money-lending business. She is so good at it that she is able to turn his debts into gold. I won’t say more, but it’s incredibly clever.

 

What 3 things to you pack in your bag for your dream vacation?  Where is it?

I desperately want to go to southern Italy. I would have to pack a big straw hat, comfortable sandals, and lots of sunscreen!

 

Sunday NYT or US Weekly?

I like to read the books and arts sections of the NYT.

 

Last person you sent a text message to?

We have a family group chat with my husband and my kids. I sent them a photo of our puppy, Winston.

 

Book you read that you wished you wrote?

I just reread Edith Wharton’s The House of Mirth. I can’t even imagine being able to write like that.

 

Do you have a teacher who encouraged you to become a writer?

I had a wonderful teacher for my writing class at the Sarah Lawrence Writing Institute. His name is Steve Schnur, and he was so encouraging.

 

Do you listen to music while you write? If so, who?

I can’t listen to music while I write, but I listen to music while I’m thinking about writing. It’s a great time for me to puzzle out plot points, come up with backstory, and ruminate about my characters. While I was writing The Wartime Sisters, I listened to the Sirius radio 1940’s station for a full year. I drove around in my car and listened to those songs. A lot of the music made its way into the book as songs Arietta performs.

 

Describe your writing space?

I write at my kitchen table, usually with a big cup of coffee nearby. Sometimes I go to my library or a local coffee shop too. Actually, right now I’m in the process of turning the room over my garage into an office. I just ordered a desk – it’s my first, and I’m super excited about it because it’s blue!

 

Coffee or tea?

Coffee. I drink tea too, but I would be lost without coffee.

 

Do you have a favorite book that you gift?

This is such an interesting question. I don’t. I tend to pick books specifically for each individual. But that’s a good idea!

 

Book that you wished they would make a movie out of?

I loved the Half-Magic books by Edward Eager when I was young, and I always wished for a movie of them.

 

If you could have one song as the theme song of your life what would it be and why?

 Putting It Together from the musical Sunday in the Park with George. It’s about the creative process, and whenever I listen to it, I feel inspired.

 

What/Who inspires you?

 My children. They are 19 and 16, and I wish I could have their energy and their confidence.

 

Bravo reality TV- yes or no?

Nope. I can’t watch it. It all makes me cringe. The only reality television I watch is The Great British Baking Show.

 

Favorite Instagram account?

I love @pawaddicted. I could watch puppy videos all day long.

 

If you could name just one lipstick after a book, what would you call it and what shade would it be? 

Lauren Willig’s The Secret History of the Pink Carnation. It would be pink, of course!

 

Current #TBR pile?

The Lost Girls of Paris by Pam Jenoff

Miracle Creek by Angie Kim

The Beantown Girls by Jane Healey

The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern

The Summer Country by Lauren Willig

In Another Time by Jillian Cantor

The Care and Feeding of Ravenously Hungry Girls by Anissa Gray

 

Best advice you’ve ever received?

It’s better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak and remove all doubt.

 

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Open Book with Jennifer Robson

Devoted followers of Bliss, Beauty and Books know that I am royally obsessed and literally love all things royal ~ old and new.  When I heard about Jennifer’s book, I knew it would be a true gem and was thrilled receive an early copy.  For the fashion lover to the most fabulous anglophiles, The Gown is a must for your 2019 TBR pile.  As always books are chic but books about the royals may just be the chicest ❤

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One of December’s most anticipated reads from InStyle, HelloGiggles, Hypable, Bookbub, and Bookriot!

One of Real Simple’s Best Historical Fiction novels of the year!

 

The Gown is marvelous and moving, a vivid portrait of female self-reliance in a world racked by the cost of war.”–Kate Quinn, New York Times bestselling author of The Alice Network

From the internationally bestselling author of Somewhere in France comes an enthralling historical novel about one of the most famous wedding dresses of the twentieth century—Queen Elizabeth’s wedding gown—and the fascinating women who made it.

“Millions will welcome this joyous event as a flash of color on the long road we have to travel.”

—Sir Winston Churchill on the news of Princess Elizabeth’s forthcoming wedding

London, 1947: Besieged by the harshest winter in living memory, burdened by onerous shortages and rationing, the people of postwar Britain are enduring lives of quiet desperation despite their nation’s recent victory. Among them are Ann Hughes and Miriam Dassin, embroiderers at the famed Mayfair fashion house of Norman Hartnell. Together they forge an unlikely friendship, but their nascent hopes for a brighter future are tested when they are chosen for a once-in-a-lifetime honor: taking part in the creation of Princess Elizabeth’s wedding gown.

Toronto, 2016: More than half a century later, Heather Mackenzie seeks to unravel the mystery of a set of embroidered flowers, a legacy from her late grandmother. How did her beloved Nan, a woman who never spoke of her old life in Britain, come to possess the priceless embroideries that so closely resemble the motifs on the stunning gown worn by Queen Elizabeth II at her wedding almost seventy years before? And what was her Nan’s connection to the celebrated textile artist and holocaust survivor Miriam Dassin?

With The Gown, Jennifer Robson takes us inside the workrooms where one of the most famous wedding gowns in history was created. Balancing behind-the-scenes details with a sweeping portrait of a society left reeling by the calamitous costs of victory, she introduces readers to three unforgettable heroines, their points of view alternating and intersecting throughout its pages, whose lives are woven together by the pain of survival, the bonds of friendship, and the redemptive power of love.

 

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What three celebrities/authors/figures, living or dead, would you want to have a book club with?

I’ve just started work on a book about Hollywood in the early 1950s, so let’s say Judy Garland, Gloria Grahame, and Betty Grable.

 

Current binge series?

The Crown. I couldn’t let myself watch it while I was writing The Gown, so now I’m all in. Even my husband is hooked!

 

Last favorite book?

The Last Resort by Marissa Stapley. I read an early ARC and gobbled it up in an overnight binge read. So, so good.

 

What three things to you pack in your bag for your dream vacation? Where is it? 

An e-reader, because of stupid baggage restrictions and the cost of lugging 15 books on holiday. An enormous hat, so I can hide under the brim and read all day. A swimsuit that covers up my anxiety areas but is (miraculously) comfortable.

 

Sunday NYT or US Weekly?

Sunday NYT. I ration out the sections over the course of the weekend like they’re pieces of chocolate.

 

Last person you sent a text message to?

My sister. Our daily check-in.

 

Book you read that you wished you wrote?

A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness. Not for the supernatural parts – for the descriptions of doing research at Oxford. She captured it perfectly, and she managed to make it interesting to read about. (At least I found those parts interesting!)

 

Do you have a teacher who encouraged you to become a writer?

In my sophomore year at King’s University College I had the most amazing English professor, Lorraine DiCicco. She was such a tough marker, and she had such high expectations, that I bent over backwards to please her – and along the way I learned a lot about the craft of writing. I met up with Lorraine again last year and was finally able to thank her.

 

Do you listen to music while you write? If so, who? 

 Only classical music, only instrumental, and typically from the general era I’m writing about. I listened to a lot of Elgar when I was writing my World War One books.

 

Describe your writing space? 

I have a small room at the back of my house, and it has just enough space for a desk and a row of bookcases and a ratty old Ikea Poang chair. I sit in the chair with my laptop balanced on my knees, and I watch the birds and squirrels in my back garden, and sometimes I even get a bit of writing done, too.

 

Coffee or tea?

 Despite the amount of tea-drinking that goes on in my books, coffee is the fuel that keeps me going.

 

Do you have a favorite book that you gift?

Anne Lamott’s Bird by Bird

 

Book that you wished they would make a movie out of? 

The Hole in the Middle by my friend Kate Hilton. It’s about a thousand times more engaging than the romcoms Netflix keeps making, and there’s a twist at the end that’s incredibly surprising and satisfying.

 

If you could have one song as the theme song of your life what would it be and why? 

“Winter Birds” by Ray LaMontagne, because it’s a poem set to music, and his words remind me why I want to write: “And though all these things will change / The memories will remain” is what I set out to do when I create my stories.

 

What/Who inspires you? 

People who defend the powerless and voiceless, even when they know it will lead to their personal ruin.

 

Bravo reality TV – yes or no?

Hard no. The only reality TV I can watch without an anxiety attack are the baking shows. The Great Canadian Baking Show is my current fave.

 

Favorite Instagram account? 

drinkingwithchickens – Kate Richards mixes level-11 Instagramming skills with the funniest pictures ever (mainly of her chickens giving her cranky looks). And her cocktail recipes are sensational.

 

If you could name just one lipstick after a book, what would you call it and what shade would it be? 

Miriam, after one of the heroines in The Gown, and it would be the perfect shade of bright coral red without any blue undertones.

 

Current #TBR pile? 

Right now I have two piles: one of ARCs, and next to it an even higher stack of history books that jumped into my hands at the bookstore. I hate when that happens.

 

Best advice you’ve ever received? 

“Just write the book, Jen.” From my sister, sometime in early 2008, after I’d sent her the bazillionth outline for a book that eventually becameSomewhere in France. If she hadn’t been such a hard-ass I’d probably still be fussing with that outline.

 

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The Holiday BLISS List

Happy Holidays BLISS readers!  There is nothing more than the holiday season, Christmas, glitter, lights, love it all!  December is such a magical month and there are so many amazing things to celebrate and share hence my long BLISS list this month!  Holiday shows and movies, Christmas books and gift ideas for the chicest compile this months list- there may be a second part ;)- but really these are just some of the things that I am loving and are currently bringing ME bliss.  To you and yours, I wish you the most blissful holiday season ❤

 

Dirty John

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White Christmas Margaritas

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Golden Girls ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas

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The Grinch Soundtrack

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Beautycounter Overnight Resurfacing Peel

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‘Tis the Season: The One Tree Hill Reunion

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Urban Tee Farm Drinkware

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Totally Good Time

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Becoming by Michelle Obama

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Fuller House Season 4

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Christmas Novels:

One Day in December, Seven Days of Us and Pride, Prejudice and Mistletoe

 

Flower Beauty Ruby Rouge Lip Color, Freepeople Kate Leopard Coat, Cupcakes and Cashmere Earrings- The Ally

 

 

Dirty Dancing Funko POP!

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What’s in my Bookish {Beauty} Bag? ~ Ashley and Leslie Saunders

I was thrilled to chat with Ashley and Leslie Saunders, the fantastic sister writing duo whose debut book, The Rule of One is out now!  They opened their bag for us and shared their beauty favorites and current reads.  If you love a futuristic setting and the unbreakable  bond of sisterhood then their book is a must!

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n their world, telling the truth has become the most dangerous crime of all.

In the near-future United States, a one-child policy is ruthlessly enforced. Everyone follows the Rule of One. But Ava Goodwin, daughter of the head of the Texas Family Planning Division, has a secret—one her mother died to keep and her father has helped to hide for her entire life.

She has an identical twin sister, Mira.

For eighteen years Ava and Mira have lived as one, trading places day after day, maintaining an interchangeable existence down to the most telling detail. But when their charade is exposed, their worst nightmare begins. Now they must leave behind the father they love and fight for their lives.

Branded as traitors, hunted as fugitives, and pushed to discover just how far they’ll go in order to stay alive, Ava and Mira rush headlong into a terrifying unknown.

 

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1. What is your bag of choice?- purse/tote/backpack and brand that you have?

Backpack. We’ve used the same Herschel backpack for years. It’s great for hiking, which we do a lot of, as well as traveling. Perfect for carrying our laptops (a writer’s best friend) and jackets for ice-cold plane cabins (why is it always so cold in planes?!)

2. What are your top favorite beauty picks?  

We love a good moisturizer, Ole Henriksen is our go to. Glam Glow’s mud masks are a favorite of ours. And definitely probiotics for that natural glow and overall skin health.

3. What do you always carry in your bag/purse/carry-on for beauty products?  

In our carry-on we always have with us chapstick, eyeliner and a light perfecting skin tint from Glossier that we love!

4. What are you currently reading?

Ashley: I’m currently reading a super interesting post-apocalyptic novel called Happy Doomsday by David Sosnowski and Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi. I used to be a strictly one-book-at-a-time girl but this year there are just so many books I want to read that I now read multiple at once!

Leslie: I’m currently reading The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt and The Hundredth Queen by Emily R. King. I love walking around Los Angeles with a mix of literary Pulitzers and fantasy adventure sagas swirling around in my head, waiting for me on my nightstand until I wind down for the night.

5. And any other fun item/must-have that you always have with you 🙂

We always, and we mean always, have Burt’s Bees in our back pocket. Peppermint, of course.

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