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January 16, 2015

I love lists, Friday!

i love lists friday

  1. Apparently this is the best time to be a human.
  2. Men explain the plot to Disney movies. (Mansplations)
  3. Self care is important. 
  4. Number 5 & 17 both hit a little too close to home for me.
  5. Declutter your bedroom. Currently working on this myself.
  6. Jimmy Fallon totally blew it.
  7. Craving a banh mi sandwich and love this tofu version
  8. People posing with statues. TOO GOOD.
  9. This cake is a must make.
  10. Let’s get drinks.  Uggggh.
  11. The power of a photograph.
  12. What an upside down iceberg looks like.
  13. You can be someone’s eyes. Wow!
  14. Bringing back the dinner parties. I’m excited for this series.
  15. Hozier live. YES YES YES
  16. The case of having one child
  17. They know how we feel. Oh geez.
  18. Love & Loss. Such beautiful/powerful words. Life is fragile.
  19. I love seeing the similarities between parent & child. Creepy!
  20. YOU HAVE NO IDEA HOW EXCITED I AM FOR THIS.
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  • Alessandra // the foodie teen

    Love your links! The being someone’s eyes thing is incredible. Hope you’re having an amazing time on the cruise – your Instagram photos are making me so jealous!

  • Jane M

    #17 hit HOME with me too – after 2+ years, reading this post actually made me feel a bit better this morning. And yeah I think about my MOM each and every day.

    Enjoy the last days of your cruise! Your instagram pix look like you’re having a blast! Soak up the sun – oh right you live in Cali – I’m here in the Northeast suffering from the lack of light and the cccold. HAHAHAHAHA!

  • Sarah R.

    #20-I guess they made it their beeswax to get back together! Hyperventilating I’m so excited!

  • Millie | Add A Little

    The bahn mi yum!! Also, the cruise ahhhh have fun!!

  • Emily @ Life on Food

    That cake looks so good. I am not a huge fan of frosting so that is perfect!

    • Tracy

      Frosting is too much for me sometimes. Unless it’s a cream cheese frosting that doesn’t have much sugar in it :)

  • Kate

    Thank you for #4–it reminded me to look up swollen lymph nodes :)

  • Jamie

    Andrea’s photos and words are absolute bliss. I’ve always regretted not getting to meet her in person while she lived in Portland.

  • Ellen

    Oh my gosh, the New Yorker “let’s get drinks” is my social life through and through.

  • Lisa

    The case for one child was a little disturbing in just my opinion…wow…loved the rest!!

  • andrea

    ohhhhh thank you, lady! always honored. always, always.
    xoxoxo

  • Caitlin

    The only child article is fascinating.. I don’t have kids but always thought if I did I would definitely want more than one. Hmm

    • Tracy

      I only have one child (at this point) and I have two older brothers so it’s kind of interesting to see another perspective. There are definitely pro & cons to both!

  • stacy

    Tracy I also have one child- by choice. My daughter is six and my family feels complete. I always enjoy reading about/meeting others that have an only child. A good read is “One and Only” by Lauren Sandler. I found it really interesting! xx

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