I hope everyone’s having a great week! Things have been a-okay for me lately. I picked out my wedding dress last weekend (more on that in a later post!), ate some wonderful sandwiches, and watched the season premiere of The Bachelor. I’d seen a few episodes of the season where Jerry O’Connell’s brother was on–what can I say? I had a crazy life in college–but other than that, this is my first bachelor experience. It’s weird. Also, I’m still not over my cold, but at least now I’m not stuck in bed. It’s the little things, you know? On with the links!
Carrie Brownstein gives some solid advice in O Magazine. “If you buy an item of clothing and you don’t wear it within a week, take it back.”
I read The Artist’s Way and did morning pages for awhile, but I let it slip. This article may have inspired me to get back into it.
How good does a peanut butter and hazelnut smoothie sound? The only acceptable answer is “so good.”
Alex emailed me this article and I love it: Be Wrong As Fast As You Can.
Sara Schaefer’s list of things to consider when submitting to write for a late night show is just good advice not matter what you’re submitting for. Some of it’s specific to late night shows, but things like “Follow the instructions” are good for all of us to remember. This is a great and super-interesting read!
Amy Poehler has great taste in books, you guys!
Paul F. Tompkins singing Skyfall. I could listen to this FOR DAYS.
Nancy Pelosi and ladies in Congress. Awesome.
Granola in a crock-pot is a thing?! I’m intrigued.
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