January 9, 2015

I love lists, Friday!!!


  1. Did you read this piece by David Sedaris? Loved it.
  2. What’s in the box???!! 
  3. 100% F-No.
  4. Crazy Cat Lovers.
  5. A rice bowl of my dreams!
  6. What stories do you tell yourself that no longer serve you?
  7. If you like to pick a word to set the tone for your new year here are some good ones.
  8. 101 Things I Will Teach My Daughters (this is a good list!)
  9. I will be drinking these cocktails on a boat this weekend and I AM SO EXCITED.
  10. Yogurt lovers! You’re gonna want this book.
  11. Living in SF vs. NYC
  12. So THAT’S what $250 worth of McDonald’s french fries looks like
  13. Wildlife Crossings– I didn’t know this was a thing! How cool.
  14. Sia + Shia LeBeof = one pretty music video
  15. I want this for breakfast/lunch/dinner.
  16. A teenager’s perspective on social media. Old people have ruined FB.
  17. What movie scenes look like straight from the camera vs. theater version. (LOVE!)
  18. This list is really good.
  19. Love these printable thank you notes. 
  20. The art of subtly not giving a F.  (THIS IS SO GOOD!)



There’s a new Joy the Baker Podcast!!! New Year/New You. We talk about our New Year’s Resolutions and lack thereof.

  • Megan

    I have to say, and I’ve probably commented this before, but your Friday lists are my favorite part of Friday morning! Its too snowy to go to the gym this morning like I usually do so I’m enjoying my coffee and your links before my two year old wakes up. I’ve only read the first one but had to stop and comment- I love David Sedaris, he’s such a talented writer/story teller. Enjoy your weekend!

  • Anne

    Eating lunch while browssing through your list – now hungry again after seeing some of those yummy dishes with avocado 🙂

  • Emily @ Life on Food

    I am obsessed with time capsules. That one is Boston is so cool. I would be like the women opening it and jumping up and down.

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  • Mallory @forkvsspoon

    The ‘ not giving a f*’ was perfect for this morning…so spot on!

  • Meg @MegBollenback

    I love the explanation of social media from the standpoint of a teenager. I feel so out of the loop with what “kids these days” are actually using, and this was really cool to read. I don’t understand it all, but it was neat none the less. Have a great weekend, Tracy!

  • Kate

    I’m not sure I’ve ever commented before, but your Friday lists are one of my favorite things about Fridays too! That Sia video sent me on a tailspin of Googling, first about the little girl dancer then about Sia and did you see that performance where Sia sang Chandelier laying facedown on a bunk bed while Lena Dunham danced around on the Seth Meyers show?! Crazy. Thanks for the entertainment!

  • Leah

    You lovely human being, you. Thank you again and again for reading my writing and loving it enough to share it. Now, when can I hug your beautiful self (hopefully with Ms. Lindell in tow)? <3 <3

  • Kimyee

    I’ve been a quiet reader…I love Friday lists. Thank you for all your posts. I agree with the ladies above, I am LOVING Not Giving a F. HA!

  • Pam Leverette

    I look forward to your Friday Lists every week! This week’s list was especially good! Thank you for taking the time to compile this list each week!

  • Ella

    YAY for new podcasts! That’s very exciting 🙂 But god, that Shia/Sia video is just plain WEIRD! I don’t really know what to do with it.

  • Kate

    Thank you so much for including my toast in you Friday list! Also, thank you for the 101 Things I will teach my daughter. I was thinking last night as I was telling Louisa the importance of putting lotion not only on her face, but also her neck that there is so much I have yet to tell her. Now here’s a cheat sheet. 🙂

  • Andrea

    #20= YES. I SO needed to read that after the week that I’ve had. Words to live by!
    Thank you for these posts- I look forward to them every week!

  • Traci

    Thank you for your lists. I know everything I k kw from the internet thanks to you and can sometimes participate in adult conversation instead of feeling like a new mommy zombie holed up from the rest of the world. I also love your weekly life posts and for empowering my use of washi tape.

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