Daily Rewind {1/7/2013} <<

January 7, 2013


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Here are some of the best links, photos and videos of the day.

<< Love this piece written by Mandy Stadtmiller illustrating how doing “morning pages” led to some incredible changes in her life.

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<< I bet five years ago you couldn’t have thought you would love Masterpiece Theater as much as you do now, huh? If you haven’t seen the season premiere last night here’s a recap of the first two seasons of Downton Abbey.

 

<< HBO Girls return this Sunday and here’s an inside look into costume designer Jenn Rogien’s thought process behind all the characters’ style .

<< Nasty Gal’s founder Sophia Amoruso is one of my favorite Instagrammers. Here is a picture of her travel outfit. How amazing is she? We’re not worthy!

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<< Yesterday, Ryan O’Connell wrote an article for Thought Catalog titled, “15 Reasons Why People Move To New York City.”  Today, Luke O’Neil wrote an article  for Bullett Media titled, “15 Reasons Why People Who Read Thought Catalog Move To New York City.”

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