Oh, I am just sooooo crabby about this cold! I know, I know. We freak out over the un-seasonal warmth and then immediately wimp out once true winter hits. I reserve my right to be a total baby about the cold, I'm still a California girl! At least the days are getting longer, feels like we may be halfway there! I keep forgetting that it's Valentine's Day this weekend, Theo and I don't really give a shit, since we aren't 13 years old, so the only plan on Sunday is to hunker down and be cozy and rest. We are going out to dinner on Saturday though, so I suppose that counts. I just refuse to go out on actual Valentine's Day and deal with inflated prices and prix fix menus. No thanks, I am not about that life! I'll be snarfing food at home. Though who even knows if Theo still loves me, seeing as he confessed to me yesterday that there are cookies and cakes at his rehearsals every day and he has not yet brought any back home for me. Talk about a betrayal!
I feel like I'm in a weird life limbo, is it too early for a mid-life crisis? I can't get a read on my vibes. Trying to stay inspired and motivated when it's grey out and I'm tired and cranky is just so demoralizing. Oh well, I'm looking forward to the weekend, and hoping that a little extra sleep and pampering will help my spirits. I've make myself an appointment at Heyday for a mini-facial tomorrow, and it just so happens to be across the street from my favorite sandwich shop in the city. So I think things are looking up!
I hope you all have a lovely weekend planned for yourselves! Only good things to come. Is anyone still sticking to their resolutions? I am still plugging away at my BBG, feeling kind of stalled and hating every second of it, but I'm doing it! Here are some links for your eyeballs and a little ditty for your heart!
I wrote a quick lil piece on my new fave balm over on Well Rounded NY.
Don't cheat on Ayn Rand.
We go together like Kanye and Kanye.
This is straight out of Grey's Anatomy. Or vice versa.
Crying it out, when is enough enough?
I know I'm more anti-screens for kids than most, but this documentary should be required viewing for parents.
Sara's lovely post reminded me of when I worked with special needs kids.
Three women leading the beauty revolution.
I love Hari Nef.
This would be cute for a tween this weekend.
I still wish Rookie had been around when I was a teen. Such a lovely resource for young women.