December 9, 2016

I love lists

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Welcome to I love Lists. Let’s surf the internet together!

  1. Something I searched for this week- 50 Ways to Do Good
  2. A whole new level of passive aggressive notes.
  3. Finding America’s Mother Teresa.
  4. For all the Bob’s Burgers fans out there!
  5. My friend Sarah has the most beautiful kitchen.
  6. If you experience depression, you’re not alone.
  7. 25 Authors on the best books they’ve ever received. Loved this!
  8. I know my mom will laugh at #6
  9. Hilarious Christmas Tree Toppers
  10. Whoa. Actual dinosaur feathers?
  11. A bowl of goodness.
  12. Funny socks.
  13. I’ve been loving reading through this cookbook.
  14. Annnnnnnd Pantone’s color of 2017 is….
  15. 100% nope. Also…WHAT?
  16. Just ordered this book. Has anyone read it?
  17. The customer is not always…..smart.
  18. This made me want to watch every Steven Soderbergh movie.
  19. These cookies are too pretty to eat.
  20. Attention people who love organizing!
  21. Panetonne french toast should be in your weekend plans.
  22. National Geographic’s top 50 images of 2016

have a great weekend!

  • Jane M

    Green is my FAVORITE color. However, this green is not! I can’t imagine how Sephora is going to incorporate this color in their eye palettes – as green isn’t the easiest eye shadow to pull off.

  • Rachael

    I love these posts, love to grab a cuppa and read through them all 🙂

    Rachael xx.

  • Gina Spears

    *Don’t try to teach a starving person how to fish. First, give them a fish. Teach them how to fish when the pressure to eat is gone.*
    This is my favorite one of the 50 ways to do good!

  • Danie

    Happy Friday, Tracy! I always look forward to your I love lists posts! I’m drooling over panetonne french toast. It’s my favorite! ♥ Have a great weekend! Also, love your white tree : )

  • Mo

    I am an idiot. Perhaps influenced by #15 I read 22 to say “Pantone French Toast” and then when I clicked over was very disappointed the French toast wasn’t colorful. Then I laughed at myself. Very glad it’s Friday. Have a good weekend.

  • Amy

    I haven’t read “The Artist’s Way,” but some of Julia Cameron’s other work (e.g., “Answered Prayers: Love Letters from the Divine”) has been transformative for me by helping me learn to calm my inner critic and cultivate a kinder, gentler self image. Enjoy!

  • Stacy

    I enjoyed The Artist’s Way and another of her books about writing whose name is escaping me . I still have The Artist’s Way on my shelf, although I am in no way a creative type.

  • Lucy

    Tracy, I’m worried you might have been conned with the item you link to in #2. I backed Fidget Cube on Kickstarter and they haven’t started shipping yet. Plus they have sent out multiple updates saying other places are stealing their images and trying to sell knock off products or just steal money. I hope you do get the cube, but just in case I reported the site to the original guys (Antsy Labs) to make sure it’s their product and not a theft. Just FYI!

  • Em

    I have read Cameron’s book & highly recommend! When it first came out, people would do it in groups and it was fun to do it that way, both online & in person. (First time I did it, I did it alone, 2nd time in an online group.) I liked it so much I bought it and the two books that came after it (Walking in This World & Finding Water) in a hardcover set that I carry around.

    Hope you enjoy it!

    • Em

      Okay,that sounded weird. I’ve moved a lot & it’s a book that consistently makes the book sorting cut. I don’t literally carry it around with me.

    • Tracy

      Oh cool!!! I was thinking about doing it with my friend!

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