Yêu thích mùa hè 2019 của tôi: Chăm sóc da, Trang điểm, Sách và hơn thế nữa | Ingrid Nilsen

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Một số favs mùa hè tôi yêu thích gần đây – chăm sóc da, trang điểm, chương trình TV và nhiều hơn nữa! ———- CÁC VỊ TRÍ KHÁC ĐỂ TÌM TÔI: Twitter: …




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  1. THANK YOU for sharing that TED Talk! My dad also died and my experience with people's reactions to that information is pretty much identical. It's always helpful to listen to someone who isn't afraid to go there because grief is a part of us that's so hard to understand.

  2. I read What Alice Forgot and Husband’s Secret on your recommendation from awhile ago and loved them! I think now I’ve read all her books except Hypnotist’s Love Story. Truly Madly Guilty was probably my least favorite of all of hers but I still liked it! Enjoy!

  3. I got into The Bold Type very recently so I'm only on season 1. I just watched the episode where Jayne and Kat offer to be Sutton's safety net last night though and FEELS. I love them.

    This all sounded great and I will for sure check out that TED talk. In the meantime, I have a question – is there are picture of Tayto on a pillow behind you? I was like… it looks like him but.. flat?

  4. I always add your book recommendations to my amazon wish list, if they're not already there or I haven't yet read them. I, too, LOVE to read and have a book in my purse, just in case. I'm going to watch Nora McInerny's Ted talk. My dad died when I was 7 and more than 25 years later, I can safely say that I have never "gotten over it".

  5. My dad died when I was 17 as well (11 years ago) and its nice to hear from another person with a similar experience. I still dream about my dad, miss my dad, and get reminded of him almost daily. Sometimes I feel like I should be "over it" but then I stop myself from thinking that way cause of course a big loss like that doesn't just disappear from your life or thoughts. Anyway, I'll have to check out that Ted talk.

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