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Click on the underlined words for things I read this week and liked and think you might like too.
Best Boozy Bath Products - my birthday is next month. I will take the cabernet scrub please and thank you.
How to Drive in the Snow like a Boss - because seriously? The next person who doesn't clean their car all the way off after it snows is going to get a high kick to the face.
Journey on Piano by my friend Lindsay - If you download her songs and donate money, she donates it to charity. Isn't that cool? Don't be that person who downloads something without kicking up some cash to charity. That is really really bad karma.
Selfies - we all have insecurities. Get your ass in the picture. This is your life.
Seashell Chronicles - every Friday Kelli at She Crab Soup does a round up. I love round ups so I'm a faithful reader, and her concept is cool: her week in review (what she's posted), your week in review (what she's read) and the Internet week in review (popular/interesting shit on the interwebs). It doesn't hurt that she shares a beautiful shot of her beach town scenery as the opener every Friday. It's a feast for my winter laden eyes. Want to walk in the sun? Hang out with Kelli on Fridays. This week she's pointing you to a link to win free books. MORE LINKS PLEASE!
Face Makeup - honestly, it mystifies me. MJ is a makeup master. And a nurse in case makeup things go awry.
The Townhouse Pioneer - I've been eagerly anticipating the launch of this site and I'm super pumped to see it come to life. It's a blog by my college friend Jana about becoming more self-sufficient, no matter where you live (like if you live in a townhouse you can still be pioneer-ish, do you smell what she's cooking there?). One of the basic tenants of pioneer living is making do with what you have, Little House on the Prairie style. This tomato vegetable soup recipe post mentions a Little House book which hello you can't go wrong mentioning the Ingalls family, ever. Follow along as Jana goes pioneering from suburbia.