amyspalding:

jessicavalenti:

You guys, I just got Amy Poehler’s new book in the mail and this is her author photo. Related: How can I break it to my husband that I’m leaving him for Amy Poehler? 

Regretting all my author photo choices now.

I am SO excited for this. I think I may have to buy the hardcover for the author photo alone.

amyspalding:

jessicavalenti:

You guys, I just got Amy Poehler’s new book in the mail and this is her author photo. Related: How can I break it to my husband that I’m leaving him for Amy Poehler? 

Regretting all my author photo choices now.

I am SO excited for this. I think I may have to buy the hardcover for the author photo alone.

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delta-breezes:

Apple Cinnamon Rolls | Flourishing Foodie on We Heart It.


You know what’s great about the iPhone 6? The display quality and how freaking amazing food photos look. Literally salivating over this.

delta-breezes:

Apple Cinnamon Rolls | Flourishing Foodie on We Heart It.

You know what’s great about the iPhone 6? The display quality and how freaking amazing food photos look. Literally salivating over this.

(via wesleynoelle)

londonvnewyork:

This App May Let You Retire on Your Spare Change 
This is really intriguing - it is really a great idea, you definitely wouldn’t notice 50 cents here or there, really, would you? But it would definitely add up over time. Amazing the co-founder said that he saved over $500 via this method in only 3 months! 
What do you think? Is this silly? Yes, you could just do it yourself, but would you if you had to think about it each time?

I started using Acorns a little over a month ago (I made my first deposit on September 3rd) and so far have been really impressed. I’ve already invested about $50 worth of round-ups into my account. Do I plan on retiring on my acorns account? No way. But it is nice to see my spare change being used effectively. 

londonvnewyork:

This App May Let You Retire on Your Spare Change 

This is really intriguing - it is really a great idea, you definitely wouldn’t notice 50 cents here or there, really, would you? But it would definitely add up over time. Amazing the co-founder said that he saved over $500 via this method in only 3 months! 

What do you think? Is this silly? Yes, you could just do it yourself, but would you if you had to think about it each time?

I started using Acorns a little over a month ago (I made my first deposit on September 3rd) and so far have been really impressed. I’ve already invested about $50 worth of round-ups into my account. Do I plan on retiring on my acorns account? No way. But it is nice to see my spare change being used effectively. 

I’ve only been twice, but I do! It’s a great workout and everyone is incredibly nice & encouraging. From the beginning it was very clear to me that they really don’t care what kind of shape you’re in, as long as you’re there and willing to work hard. You should check it out sometime! And make sure to say hi!

I’ve only been twice, but I do! It’s a great workout and everyone is incredibly nice & encouraging. From the beginning it was very clear to me that they really don’t care what kind of shape you’re in, as long as you’re there and willing to work hard. You should check it out sometime! And make sure to say hi!

Haha nope!
November Project is a group that hosts free workouts around the city. It initially started in Boston and has now expanded to chapters across the US and Canada. I figured that if I’m really serious about running a half marathon next spring, I should probably start building some endurance and cross training into my normal routine. 

Haha nope!

November Project is a group that hosts free workouts around the city. It initially started in Boston and has now expanded to chapters across the US and Canada. I figured that if I’m really serious about running a half marathon next spring, I should probably start building some endurance and cross training into my normal routine. 

#novemberprojectnyc before and after #np_nyc  (at Carl Schurz Park)

#novemberprojectnyc before and after #np_nyc (at Carl Schurz Park)

wineandglitterplease:

For Tumblr.

I just spent like 15 minutes browsing her etsy account. I want everything I saw. 

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meredithbklyn:

I clicked on this preparing to roll my eyes, like, “of course she has a ceramics collection, ugh, she’s so perfect it’s infuriating,” but um I WANT EVERYTHING kthx.

Listen. I know that I will probably never achieve the domestic perfection that I imagine Lauren Conrad’s home is, but nothing is going to stop me from trying. I want alllll of these.

Best purchase ever.

Best purchase ever.

Tags: llbean

Oh you want to make plans this weekend?

Sorry I’m busy laying around in sweatpants doing NOTHING.

(It’s my first totally free weekend in a while. I’m seeing Gone Girl tonight and then not planning on doing much else. The excitement is real.)