but you can’t tweet/FB about unlocking stickers
(*cough, cough,* Amanda, Jennifer, April)
and expect the 6-year-old sticker-collecting whore inside me
to refrain from at least checking it out.
Stickers aside (though, let’s face it, that’s the best part),
it is fun to see what your friends are watching.
As someone who loves to talk about TV and movies,
this has been a fun “secondary” social media site for me.
Thanks to a surprise bonus payment for one of my projects,
I finally “broke down” and bought an eReader.
I’m a convert!
That’s not to say I’m never going to buy another tangible book.
My series books will continue to have homes on my real-life bookshelves.
The turning point for me was finding out that I could
do on an eReader two of the things most important to me
in my world of reading: borrowing books from the library
and sharing books with friends.
Once I realized how easy it was to continue doing both of these things,
I could no longer argue against getting one.
Plus, having an eReader is a much handier way
to read NetGalley loans and the like.
So far, I’m not disappointed.
And how super cute is that case?!
If you have a NOOK, we should be “NOOK Friends!”
I don’t have a huge collection yet,
but once it grows, I would love to start swapping books!
a potato chip and a pretzel,
and the taste of a bagel chip,
this is my new favorite snack.
4. Covet by SJP
and being a one-scent woman,
I never really used it.
I’m not sure why I picked up the bottle a few months ago,
but I did, and now I can’t put it back down.
The first thought that comes to mind is,
“Why didn’t I think of that?!”
After the fit of creative jealousy subsides,
I have nothing but total love for this Etsy find.
As a Wizard of Oz fanatic, this is easily my new favorite bookmark.
What are you obsessed with lately?