May 18, 2018


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  1. I heart indigo
  2. This is 100% NO
  3. Apparently, this is what will get me out of bed and make me workout.
  4. Look at this burger. Have mercy.
  5. I’m curious to try this.
  6. How to set up an Airbnb space
  7. Millenials hate iced tea now.  They just haven’t tried my mint iced tea.
  8. Photos shot under breaking waves. WOW
  9. I love little altars everywhere. Here’s a good looking kitchen altar!
  10. What happens when someone dies on a cruise…
  11. I can’t wait to show Cooper this foley artist video.
  12. I think he’ll also like this cherry blossom tree made of legos.
  13. Here are some of the most bizarre royal etiquette rules.
  14. I heard Laurel. Definitely not yanny.
  15. Would love to have a cookbook club one day. Gotta make time for that somehow.
  16. Commodity City in China. Whoa
  17. Drones + uber + food delivery. I don’t know about that.
  18. How Medieval Times serves all that food in one night. Pretty fascinating!
  19. Just remember, things could always be worse.
  20. When restaurants try too hard.
  21. We have to do something with our plastic usage.
  23. Hey! I’m on a podcast talking about life & grief. Have a listen here! 


  • Maggie

    Re: Flossing… This episode of Surprisingly Awesome changed my flossing life: https://www.gimletmedia.com/surprisingly-awesome/17-flossing

    And unfortunately – because of the plastic issue – the best way I found to make sure I just DO IT is to use those flossing pick things. One of the reasons I hated flossing before was dealing with string floss.

  • steph

    millennials hate iced tea?!?! LOL
    also, i hear yanny. i thought i would totally hear laurel, but ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

  • Shawna Greenway

    Those indigo tiles in the bathroom. OMG! But I live with boys so there would just be pee on those gorgeous tiles.

  • Toni

    I would totally need that shot of espresso to magically appear next to my bed.

  • Dona Gomez

    Tracy, you have got to try cookbook club! It is a great way to meet cool people and eat good food and while you would have to make a dish it would be a way to get people to cook for YOU too. (listened to the podcast, terrible that people don’t invite you to dinner as often as you deserve.) I very rarely comment, but just wanted to let you know I appreciate the beauty and laughs you bring into my life. I started listening to the podcast/reading your blog when I started a long commute in 2011 so I feel like you and Joy are my commute friends and this long commute would have been less bearable with you. PS if you ever want to test run cookbook club we meet every other month in SF or Oakland and we would welcome you with open arms.

  • Ronda

    I wish I lived closer to you than the other side of the country so you could come to my cookbook club. It is the best thing ever and we are super casual about it as that makes it more fun. Also, the ice tea thing confirmed that I am not a millennial as I lived on bottle ice tea in college.

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