Until then, here are five things worth sharing on the internet:
1. I have decided that I'm going to engage a decorator for an e-design project to help me select some artwork and tables for my living room and dining area. I have some pieces that will need to stay, and I'm looking for someone who can give me some ideas on what will go best in the room. I think I'm capable of making a good choice on my own, but I am very fickle and change my mind constantly, so I want someone to present me with an idea that I can fall in love with and be done with it. However, I'm totally overwhelmed with choice at this point since so many design bloggers offer this service in one form or another. I don't want a board featuring the same trends you see all over Pinterest, and I'm hoping all of you may have a recommendation (or five?). Please leave a comment or send me a note if you have a suggestion!
Here's an idea of what I like:
2. I love and hate when a discount brand blatantly copies a popular style. If I have the original, I hate it, but in this case Target has knocked off a pair of Seychelles wedges that I almost spent $80 on at the Last Call outlet. Instead, I'll be spending $30 on these babies. I am aware of the hypocrisy at play here.
3. This week's recipe to try is peach frozen yogurt, and I can't wait to try it! There are only three ingredients: peaches, honey, and Fage greek yogurt.
4. I have a really bad haircut right now. I've cried, but nothing I do can restore the shortest layer of my hair to its former length. My new stylist offered to re-cut the layers in my hair that had grown out, and I was so worried about my bangs that I didn't notice that she cut a layer at about chin length that looks absolutely terrible on thick, straight hair unless it's professionally blown out or curled. That means there are a lot of ponytails and half-up styles in my future.
That said, I want a cheap version of this.