Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Love List

1. I repost Danielle LaPorte's Truthbombs a lot. Sometimes, they are that little bit of inspiration I need to get through the day. Imagine my delight when I found out they are for sell in a deck of positive, beautiful Truthbomb cards. I think I found a stocking stuffer for my loved ones. (Danielle LaPorte)

2. Sweater season is upon us (unless you're across the world and experience Summer or in a place where its constantly warm--in which case, I am SOOO Jealous. But I digress.) Madewell put out the perfect guide for taking care of your precious, cozy, get-you-through-the-cold-months faves. (Madewell)

3. Ever tasted your tears? Salty, right?  Hoxton Street Monster Supplies is capitalizing on that with its genius new gourmet salt line called (what else) Salt Made from Tears. As you may know, I have a love affair going with gourmet salts. I can't wait to try them all. (Hoxton Street Monster Supplies)

4. I love Lark & Linen's the idea of a popcorn bar for a movie night. Great party idea. (Lark & Linen)

5. I love makeup as much as the next woman but I am bad about throwing products out at the right time. This guide from Harper's Bazaar will keep you on track. (Harper's Bazaar)

6. If you've ever tried to carry a bunch of grocery bags in the house (with your laptop bag, gym bag and ever present bottle of water), you can use the Mighty Handle. You may even have a hand free to open the door. (Amazon)

7. I created trays for a party earlier this month and I loved the finished product. When I saw this decorative tray DIY, I knew I had to make some more. (The Everygirl)

8. We've been on a bit of a mission to get organized. In looking for tips, I found the NEAT Method. They are professional organizers and if you can't hire them, you're sure to find some major inspiration on their site. I long to be this organized. (NEAT Method)

9. Have you been to a restaurant that offers you the option of rounding up your total to the next dollar for charity? Spare NYC created an app for that with the goal of ending hunger in NYC. Read more about the charity here. (Spare NYC)

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