So Last Week...Things I Read That Are Totally Worth Your Time

Happy Sunday! If you’re new here, welcome to So Last Week, a compilation of things I read on the Internet that are totally worth your time. If there were a general theme of the links this week, I think it’s being your best self. Aren’t we all striving for that? So, whether it’s business, style, food or fitness, these posts can inspire us to try new things and push ourselves in a positive direction.

West Coast CEO: Etsy Entrepreneur & Eco Gifts for Animal Rescue with Jillian Clemmons of Best In Shore

Jillian Clemmons is doing amazing things for animal rescues with her Etsy shop, Best In Shore. She discusses her passion for helping our furry friends, creating eco-friendly products and running a business, in this enlightening interview for West Coast CEO. Stay turned for my interview with Alex, which should be posted in the upcoming weeks.

Among Other Things: How (and Why) to Be a Morning Workout Person

Are you trying to motivate before the sun comes up? Soul Cycle instructor Hallie Wilson gives us new reasons to become “morning workout people.” She also includes tips from other bloggers, myself included. Shouldn’t that be reason enough to click?

The Little Blog of Vegan: Best Ever Blueberry Pancakes

This beautiful blog features easy vegan recipes that vegans and non-vegans alike will appreciate, including these tasty Blueberry Pancakes. I can’t wait to make them!

House of Comil: Play It Like A Parisian Woman – Parisian Style

There’s nothing I love more than French style. Looking at this post, it’s almost impossible not to say “oui” to Julia Comil’s jaw dropping style. You will want to steal all of these looks.

LA Times: Shopping Habits Are Changing, And Teen-Oriented Retailers Like Wet Seal Are Among The Casualties

With The Limited reaching its limit earlier this month and now Wet Seal going out to sea, you might be wondering why these retailers that have been around since the beginning of time (the 80’s and 90’s) and now saying goodbye forever. The LA Times explains what happened.