October 14, 2016

I love lists

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Welcome to I Love Lists! Let’s surf the internet together:

  1. Whhhyyyyyyyy am I looking at this when I can’t eat cake??! 
  2. Tweets from Fitbit owners that will make you LOL if you have one. 
  3. Reality of being a woman in our world. Thank you for writing this.
  4. OMG the #3 costume. AHHHH
  5. Wrap it up!
  6. Best Productivity Habits from Famous Writers.
  7. Things you should only buy at Costco.
  9. At least technology is good for something at times.
  11. Life hacks out of everyday household items. YES.
  12. Motherhood vs. Creativity
  13. The Binge Breaker — oh this is such an important read!
  14. Did you pre-order Ina’s new book? DO IT FOR JEFFREY!
  15. I would go to church ALL THE TIME if the ceiling looked like this.
  16. I don’t think I could be more pleased by the balance in this photograph.
  17. Internet Friends are Real Friends
  18. Cute pins: Books are Cool / Mighty Pen / Be Brave / JERK / FUTURA
  19. I love reading Heidi’s Favorites Lists
  20. Pumpkin carving goals this Halloween.
  21. One day I will go to Kyoto. 
  22. 80% of millennials have never tried a Big Mac. I thought that was interesting.
  23. I love Mike Rowe.
  • erinlucy

    I’m dying to go to Kyoto. I’m actually just dying to go to Japan. I went there for a disastrous week when I was 21 (it’s a long story that i’ll tell you in person one day – #17 – friend!).
    Article number three made me tear up a bit. I still remember the first time I tried to explain this to my husband years and years ago. He was shocked. I was shocked that men can unaware of the shit we deal with on a daily basis. The almost unconscious descions we make multiple times a day just to feel safer. It’s infuriating and something I hope will change before my daughter is a grown woman.

  • KBM

    Thank you for compiling. I look forward to your lists every Friday.

  • Amy

    You would absolutely adore Kyoto. It is a very charming city. Japan, to me, is a total wonderland. What struck me was how in these MEGA cities you can find such serene, peaceful spots in city parks, gardens, and temples/shrines. Such warm and friendly people who are always willing to help and are so respectful. The shopping is insane and I loved the care they took in wrapping your purchases using washi tape. And the Japanese treats and snacks … oh my goodness!!! Japan is a feast for all of your senses.

  • Megan@Cozy Eats

    Kyoto is incredible, I wish that I would have spent a little more time there. My boyfriend and I just went to Tokyo and Kyoto in September. I want to go back already, Japan is such a beautiful country.


    ^^Some pictures from our trip if you are interested. 🙂

  • jake

    In reference to Mike Rowe’s response–could we please create an outfit 8 ball? You could customize the “die” to your wardrobe and then just shake it every morning and let the fates decide. You would obviously have to have seasonal ones, but what a great bonus of the capsule wardrobe!! We could make millions. MILLIONS.

  • todd wagner

    In LOVE with that iceberg photo!!

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