August 4, 2017


 Welcome to I LOVE LISTS. It's Friday and Tracy of Shutterbean.com shares her finds from the internet on a weekly list called I LOVE LISTS!

Welcome to I LOVE LISTS! It’s Friday, here’s a list for you!

  1. If you have some extra yarn to use up.
  2. Bullet Journal for your mental health.
  3. I don’t like being on the phone….
  4. Looking over last year’s Summer Capsule wardrobe. Still wearing most of it.
  5. What happens in Vegas….changed the way people travel
  6. If you have kids or watch them, you should be aware of this
  7. People are so talented.
  8. Mark Duplass is one of my heroes.
  9. How much legroom you get on each airplane carrier.
  10. Office Life.
  11. Nobody wants your stuff
  12. What a fun series
  13. Super cute pen cases: one / two / three / four
  14. One of my favorite dishes at The Slanted Door
  15. All of these lego kits are sooo rad!
  16. Social media warps a lot of things.
  17. Questions about Dying
  18. Long exposure carnival ride photos are so cool.
  19. I don’t really remember the Embarcadero Freeway… I just remember watching it on TV after the earthquake.
  20. One of my favorite places to shop for pantry stuff + snacks online=  Thrive Market 
  21. If you have too many zucchini, make cake or fritters!
  22. Dali does Alice in Wonderland. Wow!
  • Kim

    Thanks for including our pencil case! What a fun list! XO, Kim

  • Sandra Lea

    I just wanted to let you know how much I love I Love Lists. You find some cool stuff that I might not otherwise have seen and also save me the time of weeding through some really worthless stuff. Please don’t stop. Have a nice weekend.

  • Rebeca

    Re: the iPad article – I work with kids and teenagers and I see daily how addicted many of them are to their phones. You take them away from them for an hour and they start to get anxious about missed notifications and Whatsapp messages, it’s really worrisome.
    I’ve started seeing parents who put a phone holder in their kids’ strollers to keep them entertained, sometimes babies who aren’t even one. I’m not a parent and I really don’t mean to judge, but isn’t it crazy? Last night I was at a restaurant and the little girl (maybe about 3) sitting at the table next to us complained she was bored. I had a notebook and crayons on my bag and I asked her if she wanted to draw. Her dad told me there was no need, that she could watch Peppa Pig on his phone. I was so taken aback by his reply.

    • Tracy

      Ughh. That hurts. It has become the biggest pacifier, and it makes me sad that so many parents don’t give sensible limits on technology.

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  • Katrina

    I just joined Thrive Market! It would be awesome if you put together a list of your favorites from there! 🙂

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