Monday, October 15, 2012

Loving

Here's a rundown of a few things I've been seriously loving recently. Because I'm sure you were all dying to know about them and now that you've found this list your life is complete.

But I might also be blogging this because my life does extend beyond food. Sometimes.



This text. I found it via Pinterest. I nearly died laughing. 



This sweater from Old Navy. The size of the polka dots is perfection. I've yet to see anything similar. 

Except this sweater sold out everywhere within a shockingly short time. But good news! If you want one you can pay the low, low price of $80-$100 for one of these lovelies on Ebay. 

Which seems fair. You know, for a $30 sweater. I'm seriously kicking myself big time for not buying one when Old Navy had them in stock. 



This recipe from Pioneer Woman - Cajun Chicken Pasta. I tried it Saturday night but used ground turkey sausage in place of the chicken. Khale and I may have both headed back for seconds. I may have eaten a few bites out of the pan (unless it's on your plate, calories don't count!). 

Oops. So much for my life extending beyond the kitchen. 



These FREE weekly planner pages from Artsy Fartsy Mama. They come in a variety of colors. You can download and print however many you want and use like crazy. 

I'm not the most organized person in the world (ahem) but I do have a slight obsession with lists: making lists, writing lists, crossing off items on lists, etc. So I love these free planner pages. 



This scented wax cube from Better Homes and Gardens (available at the fancy home furnishing places...Walmart, specifically). It makes my house smell amazing. Like I have a steady stream of fresh pumpkin pies going in and out of my oven at all hours of the day. 

Just don't tell my friend ,who is Scentsy's in-house lawyer, that I buy the knockoff stuff. Okay?

1 comment:

  1. I totally have that sweater pinned! I love it. Any the meal planner is way cool!

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