What are you up to this weekend? First of all, thank you so much for all the amazing comments on this post. I loved reading them so much. :) This weekend, we’re visiting my mom for Mother’s Day. Hope you have a great one — sending a big hug to mothers, mothers-to-be, and mothers-at-heart — and here are a few fun links from around the web…

6 smart moving tips from a woman who moves all the time.

Lovely affordable art.

If Seinfeld had been set in the Midwest, haha.

How to be mindful while taking a shower.

I’ve mentioned the show Catastrophe, but have you seen the third season? It was so good I finished it in two days… and then immediately went back and watched the whole thing again.

Is an open marriage a happier marriage?

This tiny trick will help you get more organized.

How to beat jet lag.

A beautiful vacation dress.

25 famous women on their mothers. (So good.)

And a hilarious, dead-on tribute to moms everywhere — a.k.a. the people who notice that we’re running out of toilet paper.

Have a good one! xoxo

Plus, three great reader comments…

Says Molly on the best dating advice: “When we put our real selves out there, it’s a lot riskier than putting out an ‘easier’ version of ourselves, but it’s the only way to make real connections with people – friends, lovers, partners, anyone. When I started to date after my husband and I separated, I felt this horrible need to apologize for the ‘complications’ of my life. After contorting myself to downplay everything, I thought to myself, ‘Wait. If I’m hiding who I am from the person I want to love me, who are they really loving, anyway?'”

Says Alina on Melissa’s week of outfits: “Nippies are THE BEST pasties — reusable, invisible, you don’t feel them and they actually stick. They come in different shades to match your skin tone and in a larger size if you’re bustier.”

Says Laura on kids calling adults by their first names: “My husband and I live in Nairobi, Kenya, where it’s common for parents to be identified by their first-born child’s name. We don’t yet have kids, so some of the youngest kids get a little lost on what to call us. However, we do have a labrador retriever named Rum, whom all the kids love. At a street party, one of our youngest Kenyan neighbors came up to me and asked ever so politely, ‘Mama Rum, can I please have a soda?’ It was so earnest and sweet.”

(Photo by Frole Models.)