birth control
When it comes to the case my birth control lives in, I like to keep it classy. So I went all DIY on it.

Aug 2, 2012 at 3:34pm | 28 comments

ankle bracelets
If you are going to decorate your feet, THEN DECORATE YOUR FEET! Don’t go halfway in. PLUS: "AS SEEN ON TV!"
I'm not saying that I am pulling this look off successfully, I'm just saying it's interesting.
Lilly Pulitzer was a wealthy socialite in 1960s Palm Beach when she started making dresses both to relieve boredom and to solve a problem: Her good clothes were always getting ruined by fruit juice stains.
Some weirdly poignant information you will never, ever use.
What would my life look like if I left all the decisions I would normally make on my own up to the affirmative, negative, or non-committal roll of the icosahedral die?

Apr 26, 2012 at 9:00am | 50 comments

They frighten me, and the idea of touching one makes me queasy.
I wasn't supposed to like LA... but something had to give.
Food, music, you name it. When I find something I like, I consume it voraciously. Until I don’t anymore.
container gardening
You don’t have to have a green thumb or lots of cash to share awesome plants with your neighbors.
deathbed regrets
Why do I like these silly time-wasters so much? I'll tell you.
I’m ready for you, 30. Throw all the Merino wool sweaters and New York Times Real Estate sections you want to at me! You’ll never win!

Mar 7, 2012 at 2:00pm | 66 comments

british tv
fake holidays
So many of the nasty comments leveraged online relate directly to tearing down women -- our appearances, our sexuality, our choices.
friday night!
I was born with many gifts; unfortunately, doing unusual things with my body was not one of them. WHICH TOTALLY SUCKS.
Build a 4-ft modern-industrial rack for hanging clothes in about 30 minutes, for about $60.
I interviewed two Radio City Rockettes named (very conveniently) Angela and Mary. And what we got was the shortest Five Questions answers ever, from two truly sweet dancers.
The Game of Thrones is now being played out IN THE KITCHEN. Yeah, you heard me.

Nov 9, 2011 at 3:21pm | 0 comments

Eric and I officially have faith in and endorse this, and we're sort of bitches. So everyone should be impressed with little Julie!
Reality TV stars inspire blogs, clothing lines, fragrances, and even foods (SkinnyGirl™ Margarita, anyone?). So why NOT a series of quilts?