Who needs to be a barista to make coffee designs? Use vanilla extract and a stir stick.

Who needs to be a barista to make coffee designs? Use vanilla extract and a stir stick.

Who needs gloves when you have plastic baggies?

Who needs gloves when you have plastic baggies?

         

Click here to find out how to get an equally cute colored washer and dryer for $10 instead of the outrageously inflated price of the most stylish set anyone has ever seen.

True confession #1: I’m a huge sucker for appliances anything that comes in a bright color.

True confession #2: Kelly Rippa is flawless and because of this I have no qualms about being suckered into her Electrolux endorsement.

True confession #3: I’m not as domesticated as my blog posts lead you to believe.

Bonus confession: I still really want that turquoise washer and dryer in my first house even though this swap is GENIUS.

Who needs to settle? If only, if only…

Who needs to settle? If only, if only…

Who needs to get married or pregnant when you can just keep being awesome?

Who needs to get married or pregnant when you can just keep being awesome?

Who needs stairs when you have a slide?

Who needs stairs when you have a slide?

Who needs to send a boring postcard when you could send a Carden?

midnightoilcreative:

Postcarden, my garden! Another Studio has created awesome mini gardens that can grow within postcards that are mailed out. Thus, you can give and receive your very own Carden. Once opened and watered, your Carden should have no trouble lasting at least two weeks. Furthermore, you can EAT your Carden, which is healthy cress! 

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Who needs a real brick when you have some leggos?

Who needs a real brick when you have some leggos?

Who needs any other kind of sushi (definitely not me since I can’t stomach the stuff) when you can have Wall-E sushi? TOO FRIGGIN’ CUTE
thecravingproject:

Wall-e bento box

Who needs any other kind of sushi (definitely not me since I can’t stomach the stuff) when you can have Wall-E sushi? TOO FRIGGIN’ CUTE

thecravingproject:

Wall-e bento box

So, basically since my beginning days of tumbling I’ve been addicted to exactly one blog, The craving project. Basically the author grabs fabulous photos of all types of food (most of which probably contains 1000+ calories of pure awesome) and shares them with the world. At first I was skeptical about the various commenters saying this feed actually CURBED super binges rather than encouraging but after becoming an avid follower I get the concept. However, this only applies to me because I get so overwhelmed by all the goodness that I’d never be able to decide what to seek out, not because I get any real satisfaction from a photo. But hey…if it works, it works.

Ready for a daily dose of cyber calories?

red velvet cake

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This little gadget is an unbeatable cooking device that becomes a griddle, panini press, open girl, George Foremany grill, and (my own personal addition) a nice little toaster. I mostly tried this because my cheap ass didn’t want to buy a toaster but I’m sure glad I did since I don’t have the counter space anyway. Plus it’s huge… breakfast and the beginnings of lunch at the same time? Efficiency. Any grill will do but the Cuisinart Griddler its a kitchen genius in SO many other ways as well.

Bonus: Isn’t grilling the super trendy way to cook these days anyway? Jump on the bandwagon.

I’m not a band wagoner or a sports fan really, but I am a loyalist, and for me this year has been good. The team I arbitrarily chose as mine back when my age was still single digits made it to (and won!) the superbowl and now my alma mater (sidenote: is that weird to say or what?) has made it to the Sweet 16. This is especially good for me so that I only need to care about sports for one year and then I can go back to being more intrigued by things like this Top Seeded Recipes blog post than actual sporting events. Honestly though, how cute is this?

Go Aztecs! S-D-S-U!

Mark Twain