Links I Like

This is such a cute and clever way to add a little spring to your step (see what I did there?) And you can totally make your own from any fabric you might have on hand.

Last night I got the baking bug and made a batch of these gingerbread mini donuts. Except I used gluten-free flour so my housemate could eat them. So good!

This tutorial is giving me the urge to take some paint to a pair of leggings. Maybe I’d get more exercise if my workout pants were this cute.

Homemade dry shampoo, with versions for both light and dark hair. A little tip: adding the dry shampoo to your hair the night before and leaving it in while you sleep works better than doing it in the morning (of course, sometimes you’re just running late and have no time for that shower you planned).

Have you ever wondered what it’s like behind the scenes at a natural history museum? This fantastic and surreal set of photos will help satisfy that curiosity.

This evening I’ll be at Slabtown, which is hosting Grrrl Front, a “4-day all-ages festival for artistic girls and women.” (My husband and housemates are showing their video game, Gone Home, which is riot-grrrl-themed.)

Thug Kitchen cracks me up, but I also want to try the recipes.

This week, I re-discovered Pudú, a type of tiny, adorable deer that live in South America. If you think you can handle cute, google them. I dare you.

4 thoughts on “Links I Like

  1. There are so many awesome bloggers out in the world, however, I just can’t keep up with all of them, plus your blog is uncluttered and simply easy-on-the-eye. You by far are on the top of my list. You always have a wonderful mix of creative ideas and recipes! LOVE all of the above, can’t wait to make the donuts! Thanks for sharing Rachel:)

    • Joan, thanks so much! So glad you like my blog. Your nice comment has really brightened up my day 🙂

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