Photos: Collage by me, Gooey Butter from Pearls & Coffee, Everdock Kickstarter,
MegBiram.com, My photos of the Fruit Snacks, Purseblog.com
I apologize for that AMAZING photo from Pearls & Coffee of Park Ave's amazing Gooey Butter Cake. (Sorry, I'm not really sorry. You need it. YOU NEED IT. And by you, I really mean ME.) I am all about the food lately.
2::: The Everdock. I was looking for some kind of "stand" or "dock" for my phone, really have been for a while, and, shocker, I found a winner on Kickstarter. This is the first dock I found that would work for just about any device, with or without a case. This will be great for charging phones AND iPads. I went with a single because we charge our devices in separate parts of the house, though I did seriously consider getting a "dual" for my husband. I am totally psyched to get mine. I can't decide between silver and "space gray". I have GOT to stay off of Kickstarter.
Check out their video:::
3::: Meg Biram's new Shop. I sense a serious wrench in my "become more minimalist" goal for 2013 brewing. I own one of her Manifesto T's and it's divine, and this Mexicana Clutch has been screaming my name. I don't need another travel wallet. At all. But damned if I am not totally lusting for this one. What is my malfunction...why am I totally addicted to travel wallets?! Also of note::: One Love Organics products are available through her shop as well. If you've been a reader of my blog for any length of time, you'll know I am a huge fan of that line!
4::: Annie's Organic Fruit Snacks. Being on this plan has been hard, and despite being down just about 33lbs, with significant cheating...there are some foods I tried to cut out completely and haven't successfully kicked. One of those is gummy bears, gummy anything just about. Recently I tried the Annie's Fruit Snacks to try to tide me over for gummy candies since I am out of Sugarfina's and am trying to grow an ounce of self control. I must say, these Fruit Snacks were a pretty awesome replacement, filled with much better ingredients than traditional gummy candies. They have a great texture, and a great flavor, and for all of you vegetarians: they are gelatin free. I also liked the amount in the package, though honestly, I end up eating two because like I said, no self control. But one pack is about 70 calories, and that usually helps tide me over from any gummy candy cravings pretty well. I just hope there are no adverse effects from overconsumption. Because taking that photo...well...those bears didn't survive. And they weren't my first packs for the day.
5::: The Jonathan Adler and Simon Doonan "What's in His Bag" features over on Purseblog.com. I don't know which one I am more excited about, because, well...OH. EMM. GEE. They're both seriously legendary in the design world.
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