Six Things for Sunday

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Happy Sunday. Hope everyone’s had a lovely weekend. I’ve enjoyed a good mix of work and play…

1.) Breaking in new boots that already feel like you’ve had them for ages. When my feet are happy, I’m happy.

2.) Cocktails in speakeasy-esque bars. Sometimes it’s fun to step outside the wine & beer box—or okay, bottle, because we all know I’d never drink wine from a box, right? If you knew me before, say, 2005, please don’t answer that question.

3.) Weird-But-Good Food Combinations

After a workout, it’s amazing, the things you find yourself craving. For whatever reason, a warm bowl of spinach, roasted veggies, and homemade falafel sounded like the perfect lunch on Saturday—topped with hummus and goat cheese, of course. On the side? Roasted sweet potato rounds. I will definitely be re-creating this weirdness in the near future.

4.) Speaking of working out, is there anything better than taking a long shower afterwards and then putting your pajamas back on? I spent the better part of Saturday afternoon in my favorite old slip.

5.) Trader Joe’s Dark Chocolate with Caramel and Black Sea Salt. 

Enough said.

6.) This Tumblr. It’s like Pinterest, only better.

What are your “things” for Sunday? 

5 thoughts on “Six Things for Sunday

    Marina@cowboycountryvegetarian said:
    February 13, 2012 at 12:44 am

    Mostly catching up on all things blogging after two days of silence…:)

      Jess responded:
      February 13, 2012 at 2:53 am

      Weekend blog catch-ups are one of my favorite ways to chill out on a Sunday : )

    raechel @ the rebel grrl kitchen said:
    February 13, 2012 at 10:11 pm

    Oh my gosh. That Tumblr is amaz(ing).

      Jess responded:
      February 13, 2012 at 11:52 pm

      Haha I know, right? I’m almost bummed someone thought of it first! So funny.

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