My husband sent me this silly picture of him watching me on TV!
I attempted to replicate my hairdo from the show today, and I need a little practice. If only I had access to my own personal hairstylist every day!
There was some other excitement this week, but nothing as interesting as the show. Let’s just say I’m ready for a relaxing weekend!
Before the weekend arrives though I have a bonus post for you! Look for it a little later today. It’s a delicious Mexican recipe and perfect for the weekend. Get your margaritas ready!
Here are my favorite links from the week:
Make these Easy Homemade Cronuts from refrigerated crescent dough (via A Beautiful Mess)!
Goji Berries are something I should probably eat more of, and Hello Natural came to the rescue with a roundup of 17 Superfood Recipes with Goji Berries.
This slideshow of 70’s Knitting Patterns from Collectors Weekly is highly amusing.
Think you can’t arrange flowers? Check out this simple and charming 60 Second Bouquet from Paper & Stitch.
Joel and I went on a Hoboken, NJ, adventure last week. The view of Manhattan was amazing!
Perfect for cool fall days: Cauliflower, Kale, and Chickpea Curry Pot from The First Mess.
Sparkle & Chemistry has 8 Tips to Help You Style Your Bookcase Like a Pro. The results are gorgeous!
This Boy’s Bedroom designed by Honey & Fitz is fun and full of color!
Orange Crush soda is a guilty pleasure that I don’t indulge in very often. Are you a fan, too? Then don’t miss The Pioneer Woman’s Orange Crush Cake.
A view of the Hoboken waterfront at sunset … so pretty!
While we are talking guilty pleasures, I must mention Rice-a-Roni! My husband brought home a box a while ago, and it was de-lish! This Homemade Rice Pilaf from Val So Cal looks similar, but much (much) healthier.
Sign me up: Healthy Sea Salt Dark Chocolate Bars via Pinch of Yum!
Kick your Rice Krispie treats up a notch and make these Loaded Peanut Butter Crispy Treats from Tater Tots & Jello.
Are you a fan of The Mindy Project? If so, you’ll want these Mindy and Danny Paperdolls (via Vulture).
I love chocolate and enjoy traveling … a rarity, right? Well, check out this Chocolate Lovers Travel Guide infographic from Love Home Swap.
If you are a cookbook lover, add Kitchen Art & Letters to your New York vacation itinerary! They had pretty much every cookbook I’d ever heard of, plus many more!
Isn’t this Upper East Side door gorgeous? I would love to come home to that every day!
It’s 5 o’clock somewhere! Celebrate with an Apple Cider Moscow Mule (via Sugar and Charm). Cheers!
Do you have any fun weekend plans?
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