Friday Link Love

And the sun finally decided to show itself for a bit yesterday. Much to my coworkers elation. They were beginning to wonder if it would ever reappear, where as yours truly was happy as a clam in her dreary pasty girl world. There were fluffy blankets, kitty snuggles, and large mugs of tea; it was lovely. Now I am back to dramatically donning my oversized shades as I step outside as well as issuing the occasional vampiric hiss whenever the intense sunshine catches me off guard. Seriously, my boss jokingly opened my blinds the other day, and I may have grouchily inquired as to whether he was trying to make me burst into flames or not. Also, my window overlooks the scenic parking lot, and if anyone parts in front of it, I can’t see through the glare on my computer screen. He still has to come in every other month or so to prove to himself that what I am saying is in fact true, so I like to heckle him a bit for funsies. You gotta do what you can to keep things at your 9-5 interesting, right?

As a female who…well…glistens profusely in the summer months, I think these 7 products to help beat the heat are right on target.

Summer alfresco dining is always a good time, here are a few ideas to help inspire you.

I always have been, and probably always will be a big grilled cheese sandwich fan, and this garlic scape swiss chard number seems so delightfully green that I can almost tell myself it’s healthy.

With all that heat, cocktails and mocktails are essential for any gathering. Here are some simple syrups you can quickly whip up to elevate your beverage recipes.

I am all for trying out new things, and floral arranging and shoe making classes sound great, especially when you can start your lessons for free.

There hasn’t been a subscription box that I’ve really felt the need to indulge in for a while now, but this Enchantment Box is giving me that itch.

Lush introduced me to the wonderful world of bath bombs, and I’ve been a little obsessed ever since. This DIY option featuring coconut oil seems like it might be a fun alternative.

It’s supposed to be funny, but right now this is feeling a little to real.

 

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About Julie

My name is Julieanna Bucior, but I go by Julie (unless I'm in trouble). I'm thirty one. I am a bookkeeper by day, rogue fashion designer/crafter/amateur baker by night. I spend most of my time feeling like a kindergartner trapped inside an adult's body. I love reading, hanging out with my crazy cats and being silly. I'm pretty much the girl next door, with a twist.