Happy Monday, FNites! How was your weekend? We hope you were able to get some much-needed rest because it’s the beginning of another busy workweek. But before you go into worker bee mode, check out these five fab things that might make you smile today:

1. Halloween costumes

Still have no idea what to wear for Halloween? Get awesome costume inspiration and hair and makeup tutorials from the people at Refinery 29!

2. Living in space

With all the buzz surrounding the movie Gravity, we couldn't help but wonder what living in space is really like. Living With Kids gets the scoop from astronaut Karen Nyberg.


3. The future queen

We can’t get enough of Kate Middleton, so we're super excited to read The Mail royal correspondent Katie Nicholl’s book, The Future Queen. Get a sneak peek from Amazon!

4. Funny reading expressions

We all make faces when we read whether we realize it or not. Here’s how we look like when we’re reading the prologue. Want to know the other faces we make? Buzz Feed has the list here.

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5. Working from home

Working from home can be convenient, but it can also be a bit unproductive. Apartment Therapy shows you how you could avoid distractions in your home office.

(1. Photo from Refinery29 via Chloë Allison on Pinterest 2. Photo from Junk Culture via Maggie Muth on Pinterest 3. Cover courtesy of Weinstein Publishing 4. Photo from Buzz Feed via Michaela O'Flaherty on Pinterest 5. Photo from Jamie Schubert on Pinterest)

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