Hope you had a good weekend! If you’d like a little pick-me-up as you get back to the grind this week, here’s a video of Kristen Wiig and Jerry Seinfeld on Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. They walked around LA, looked in a record store and ate peach pie. Every word that comes out of her mouth is hilarious. Watch it here, if you’d like.
What are your plans for the weekend? After begging for years, the boys have finally worn us down and we are going to Chuck E. Cheese’s. Please wish us luck! :) Hope you have a good one, and here are a few fun links from around the web…
Homeland’s sixth season premieres this Sunday!
Three-ingredient macaroni and cheese.
“The one question I ask new entrepreneurs.”
This cartoon made me laugh.
A sweet mindfulness game for kids.
Michelle Obama’s got late night show hosting skills.
What life was like in 2007, haha.
Beyoncé and Solange on the value of being control freaks.
Four couples built tiny houses so they could live next to each other!
I read this book about autism on the plane last weekend, and it was fantastic.
One way to raise 12 kids. (Wow!)
Also, for parents-to-be: I wish this awesome breast pump had existed when I had my babies. Developed by fed-up parents, the pump uses water instead of air to make pumping more comfortable, efficient and quiet. Bravo.
Have you listened to any great podcasts lately? (That’s almost a rhetorical question — there are that many good ones out these days.) Last year we wrote about eight favorites, and since then we’ve discovered many more. Here are six compelling podcasts, and we’d love to hear your suggestions…
It’s easy to feel blah in the winter — especially when buried in a wool sweater or a giant coat. But one look we’re really into right now that is truly easy: a silk blouse paired with jeans. One tip for styling is to unbutton it a little and let a lacy bra peek out a tiny bit. Silk drapes so beautifully, and you just feel good. It’s great for both work or dinner dates, and I’ve officially made it my winter uniform.
Thoughts? Would you wear this? What brand of shirts do you love?
Looking for a meal no family member will pass up? A cheesy sandwich almost always fits the bill. So, to continue our month of five-ingredient dinners, here’s a tangy apple, sharp cheddar and grainy mustard grilled sandwich recipe from Alexandra of Alexandra’s Kitchen. It has the ultimate combination of sweet and salty — and just the right amount of crunch. Here’s how to make it…