Links for you!
An Instagram account I wish I’d thought of: Wenevermet. Pictures of strangers (who aren’t facing the camera) and tiny, imaginary caption stories of their lives.
“She was lost without him. After 8 years he just left. She really thought he was the one, but a quick search on Yelp revealed a new and even better rated hairdresser.”
Welp, now I want to go to Portugal.
Orlando, hilarious as always, shared 10 Ways to Make Your Holiday Sparkle Without Looking Like the Huge Nerd You Really Are
Want something to be better? You gotta ask for it.
Cute! A teenager interviews his teachers about their favorite musicians. (His teachers are so cool!)
Cowgirls! You’re the cutest!
A modern, light-filled farm house. That kitchen shelving! I swoon!
This would be a lovely addition to my Lady Closet.
Your Christmas tree’s back story. Did you know that In Oregon, Christmas trees outnumber humans 12 to 1?
A super interesting piece about the reality of trying to save money while poor.
Bulk buying in general is cheaper, but you have to have a lot of money to spend on stuff you don’t actually need yet. Hand-washing saves on the utilities, but nobody actually has time for that. If I could afford to replace stuff before it was worn out, vehicle maintenance wouldn’t be much of an issue, but you really can’t rinse the cheap filters and again—quality costs money up front. In the long term, it makes way more sense to buy a good toaster. But if the good toaster is 30 bucks right now, and the crappiest toaster of them all is 10, it doesn’t matter how many times I have to replace it. Ten bucks it is, because I don’t have any extra tens.
This is out of my price range BUT I LOVE IT SO MUCH.
And isn’t this bra pretty? (At least from the back.)
Hope you had a lovely weekend, guys!