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Our headed-to-texas Diaries
We’re flying to Texas later this week, and we couldn’t be more psyched. We’re going to talk, talk some more, eat, and shop. So, basically, it will look a lot like our lives here in New York but warmer and with more of a twang.
+ Getting sucked into Burning Love, a web series parody of The Bachelor with boatloads of familiar comic faces. Season 1 is airing on E! now, and season 2 is right here, for your internet-viewing pleasure.
+ Waking up to warm croissants, courtesy of the Trader Joe’s freezer aisle. Unreasonably good, you guys!
+ Wishing I could get a killer haircut for $14, like my BF does at the charmingly cheap Neighborhood Barbers in NYC’s East Village.
+ Upping my note-taking game with this Muji pen clip. Genius, just like their hand-cranked paper shredder and stickie message cards, next on the wish list.
+ Really vibing with a nude manicure—specifically just-pink Adore-a-Ball (the names!) from Essie and RGB’s whole line of skin-tone-matching tints.
+ Playing chef with this ridiculously easy spicy peanut kale salad—and doubling up on the dressing because it also makes the perfect at-home pad thai sauce.
+ Getting amped to see my buddy Ben Nabors's documentary film William and the Windmill premiere at SXSW—about a boy in Malawi who builds a windmill from junk parts to generate power for his family. I MEAN.
+ Wondering how long until a museum announces an exhibit of Instagram art, headlined by the likes of @dschwen and @mimiochun.
+ Thinking maybe if I could just get a photon shower installed in my apartment I might finally transform into a morning person.
+ Seriously feeling the selection at online vintage store Where I Was From.
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