To know me is to know that I'm pretty indecisive when it comes to the things I like, nonetheless love, which led me to start this little mini series - 'things I currently love'. Because we all know that it quickly changes. As November kicks off (seriously how is it already November?), I love the idea of reflecting back on the past month and a few things, places, recipes, etc., etc. that I love.
Things I'm into:
- Getting back into the swing of spin class. I used to do it all the time in Roanoke, especially during the winter. It's nice to get those post-workout-jello-legs again.
- French press coffee during the chilly morning hours
- Making a game out of drinking more water with my S'well bottle.
A few playlists I've been quite into lately. If you don't have Spotify, you need to get on it.
- The Skinny Confidential's Bachelorette playlist
- The one playlist that fueled my summer '16
- 'Walls' - Kings of Leon's newest album
I don't really wear watches, but lately I've had my eye on this one.
One makeup item that I've been meaning to give a try, per Stassi Schroeder's recommendation.
Lately, in lieu of constantly listening to my ^ above Spotify playlists, I've been really into podcasts. Serial was the first podcast to get me hooked, but these are a few of my go-to ones to help get me over that 3pm work day slump where music just isn't doing the trick:
- The Bitch Bible: Jackie Schimmel is cry-worthy hilarious. Seriously, the girl isn't afraid to say exactly how she feels about everything from the Real Housewives obsession with frosty lips to her love of blue cheese stuffed olive martinis and her dog, Leo, who is essentially her child.
- Straight Up With Stassi: We all know reality TV is my guilty pleasure so it's no surprise that I'm obsessed with Stassi from Vanderpump Rules. Between not having a filter and her single summer of 'yes' she has definitely inspired me to be a whole lot more spontaneous than ever before.
- The Lady Gang: The trio, Becca Tobin, Keltie Knight, and Jac Vanek, balance each other all out with their quirky, cheeky, and silly girl talk and interviews.
Reading: The Girls by Emma Cline | Will update you all once I finish, but so far it's extremely captivating - it touches on a hippie cult in California in the 1960s that pretty much channels the Manson family.