On TV – This week I started watching the new Netflix show The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. When I read about it, I knew it had all the ingredients to be great. Tina Fey, Robert Carlock, Jane Krakowski, and Ellie Kemper- how can you go wrong with this combination?. They do not disappoint. There are many laugh out loud moments in this comedy about a young woman who moves to New York after being held captive in a bunker for fifteen years.
On the Page – Country Living April 2015 – a collection of antique stoves, an updated farmhouse reveal, decorating with neutral colors, tasty recipes, and the reoccurring “What is It? What is it Worth?” are just a few of the reasons I keep flipping through this issue.
On the Computer- I am completely guilty of taking a stack of photographs, throwing them in a decorative box and saying, “ok – those are organized.” Just because they are out of sight and out of mind does not mean they are organized! Check out How to Organize Photos from Organizing Made Fun.
I absolutely love #5 on this list. It’s so true, get rid of photos that you don’t want. I read this tip in Anthony from Sex in the City’s voice, channeling the scene where Carrie crosses off the 76th guest on her wedding invite list. “Cut throat — I love it. I hope you’re that decisive when it comes to the location and the dress.” If the photo is of poor quality, a bunch of people you don’t even really know (college party), ex- boyfriends (really, no need) just be cut throat! Toss them out!
On my Pinterest Boards- I have been very dedicated to prepping meals ahead of time so I am making healthy choices and we can still have family dinners even when my husband and I are working all day. I found this pin on a new board I am following: Best Blogger Recipes. The pin took me to a great site New Leaf Wellness and the post 17 Freezer Meal Prep Sessions That Will Change Your Life. You know me – I love discovering things that will change my life for the better!
On the scoreboard – March Madness is in full effect! I love the NCAA Basketball tournament and look forward to filling out a bracket and watching all of the high stakes games. This year my alma mater is a #1 seed. I have them going all the way, even beating Kentucky in the final game! The last time they won was in 1985, maybe thirty years later they will win the grand prize again. Good luck to the Villanova Wildcats! V for Villanova, V for Victory!
What are some of the things you are loving this week? Leave me a comment and let me know what made your Friday Favorites list. Thanks for reading and have a great weekend.