Good guilty pleasure
Not one of my must-sees, but a fun, frothy guilty pleasure show. The music is good, Blake Lively's hair has a life of its own, and...well...just don't worry too much about the acting.
Good, on occasion
I couldn't drink this all the time, but I think it's a good way to switch it up occasionally (I'm a pretty hard-core Diet Coke drinker). The deli at my school sells this (but not regular Diet Coke) so I end up having a few of these a week. The lime twist is refreshing but not overpowering. I've also had the lemon variation, but I find that the lemon flavor is way too fake and strong.
I have these in navy, not houndstooth, and I was very happy with the price, especially compared to the alternatives I saw on Zappos (most I saw were starting at around $50). Since I wear them pretty infrequently, I didn't want to pay a lot of money.
Easily one of my Top 5 favorite shows, ever. The first season is the best, but seasons two and three are still quality. Kristen Bell is fantastic is a hyper-smart, super-snarky high school detective that somehow never crosses over the line and into obnoxious. Everything I've seen her in since just makes me think she's not getting the right material.
I pride myself somewhat on being well-read, but there are definitely some classic I never got around to reading (or just lightly skimmed them when they popped up on high school and college reading lists). Here are a few that I'd love to get around to (but let's be honest--it'll probably never happen).
In the past couple of years, I have become somewhat obssessed with Lush products. It started with their bath bombs and melts, but recently I've tried everything from solid shampoos to fresh face masks. Over Christmas, I picked up a barrel of Lush goodies. A few of my faves: Honey I Washed the Kids Soap: I'm not a huge bar soap fan, but I love this stuff. It has an awesome toffee-honey smell and it manages to get pretty sudsy with a loofah while still being moisturizing. The honeycomb bit...