Each week, I compile a small collection of stuff I wrote, read, tried, watched, tasted, fell asleep on ( last two are mostly a joke).
H&M, Gisele Bundchen, and Bob Sinclar teamed up to create a song/music video and royalties go to UNICEF! Yay! Except that it’s kind of bag. Bummer.
This tequila ad is pretty funny; wrote about it here.
If you love TIHIF right here on Fridays, you might like the parent-related GIF series I’m doing on BabyCenter. Still waiting for them to escort me off the premises, but it hasn’t happened yet.
All of your notes on snapchat. ICYMI, I’m now on snapchat, and if you’d like to follow me there (roociambriello), I’m sending out snaps every time a new blog post is up. Why? Because FB is weird sometimes and people aren’t getting notifications. I’m also sending you videos of Batman dancing and whatever it is I’m eating for lunch. I know, I’m not really selling it well, but I’m really enjoying everything you’re sending me.
26 Struggles Only People Who Are Constantly Hungry Will Understand… Tina Fey’s “There’s no cake?” GIF speaks to me in a deep, personal way.
I’m truly madly deeply in love with this planter from Anthropologie. Surprisingly – unlike most things at Anthropologie – the price is incredibly reasonable. My only wish is that it came in larger sizes. Which leads me to my question – any recommendations on where to buy pretty large planters online? Right now all of my large plants are in the original plastic bucket, sitting on a plate #swaggy. Pls help.
Once a week I’m going to give a little public football chest bump to some of the NF partners that help keep this site rolling semi-smoothly. Minimal bumps. Minor fender damage, really.
Devin runs this dope little shop called Stitch Culture. If you appreciate pop culture and movie references (I do, I do, I do-oooh), give her shop a visit. I currently have “Brush Your Shoulders Off” and “You Go, Glen Coco” on my office wall. Makes fun gifts for your fraaands.
This is… hysterical. I am always aghast at the types of questions my friends who have adopted have to field. Here’s a super funny guide to asking questions about adoption (h/t Kristen Howerton).
Catch you tomorrow for TIHIF!