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These Are A Few Of My Favourite Things: September 2016


Happy Monday! Welcome to a (long overdue) Favourite Things post. Usually these posts are a little bit more materialistic, and if that’s what you’re looking for, check out the older ones! But, as I have been alluding to, this is a really big time of transformation for me. I’ve been thinking a lot about the mind, reality, radical self love, creativity, and how many of us are trying to escape our pain. It has led me to some pretty interesting places in conversation with others, in my thought process, and on the internet.

Here are a few of the most thought-provoking things I’ve stumbled upon in the past week. I hope you enjoy them!

I’m such a massive fan of RuPaul, so I have no idea why I had never watched an episode of Drag U before. How did I miss this?! Drag U is a show where — essentially using the power of radical self love — three drag queens transform the lives of three women who have low self-esteem. It is AMAZING! I am obsessed. It’s useful, it’s uplifting, and it almost always brings tears to my eyes. The show streams on Amazon, so queue up a few episodes and get ready to have your perspective on life changed.

RuPaul’s podcast with Michelle Visage is one of my new favourite things ever. I really love the podcasts where it’s just the two of them and they’re just having an average conversation, because they vacillate between fun pop culture chat and really deep existential shit. That having been said, my favourite episodes so far are when they interview Bianca Del Rio (so funny, and especially good if you’re a fan of Drag Race) and Henry Rollins (indispensable listening for anyone creative).

Elizabeth Gilbert is a wonderful person. Did you hear the recent news about how she fell in love with her best friend? It made me adore her even more. She is such a stellar example of someone who is not just living her truth, but also experiencing the width of life. Her podcast, Magic Lessons, is a series of interviews with creative people, and it’s essential listening for writers. Two of my favourite episodes are with Neil Gaiman and Brene Brown. Get into it.

My incredible friend Louise Androlia, who is also going through a time of massive change, put me on to Glennon Doyle Melton. Her new book, Love Warrior, just came out, and so she was featured on Oprah’s SuperSoul Sunday. In this interview, they discuss being “perfect”, eating disorders and numbing out, infidelity, and how we can use pain as a tool for growth and transformation. It is excellent.

I found this interview by Googling “RuPaul podcast meditation” — just wondering if he had gone into the subject in some depth — and ding ding ding! This episode surfaced. I love hearing RuPaul talk about his meditation practice, observing his thoughts, the dark night of the soul, how life is not to be taken seriously, and the mystery of identity. It’s awesome.


Love and the longest hug ever,

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November 2015: Highlights, Lowlights, Tarot Cards And Eyeliner That Could Kill A Man

This year has moved so rapidly that I wanted to come up with some other way of documenting it instead of just using Instagram. As much as I love Instagram, it never tells the whole story. Sometimes the best moments cannot be photographed, and we all know that no one shares their lowlights on social media! Hahah.

So this post is a twist on my old These Are A Few Of My Favourite Things series, except a bit less “stuff”-oriented and more focussed on experiences. I hope you enjoy it!


I meant to pull a card at the start of the month but I forgot. However, halfway through the month I pulled the Ten of Cups from Oliver Hibert’s tarot deck and it made me smile. I am a very inexperienced reader of the cards, so my usual practice is to pull a card, see if I can glean anything from the symbols on it, and then Google that shit! Here’s what came up for Ten of Cups…

The Ten of Cups is also a very positive card in terms of romantic relationships and may indicate either the beginning of a new, very happy relationship, or the ultimate satisfaction of a long-term relationship. Commitment and love are the requirements of such satisfaction, yet this card promises that with the required effort a lasting love can be built. The time will also be made for the enjoyment of pleasures, which may be shared with another person whom you love. (Biddy Tarot)


So many things! The beautiful warm weather we’ve been having almost all month. David Crabb’s one-man show. Seeing Bill Burr at Madison Square Garden! (He was unreal. I cried laughing.) Attending a meditation class at Mndfl. Kate Spade’s party held on a penthouse rooftop. Doing Periscope every afternoon! Thanksgiving at Emily’s place. (You should get one of her happy posters, I have one in my bedroom.) And most of all, spending so much time with my boyfriend who tells me sweet things, buys me flowers, and holds a beautiful vision of the future.



Laser hair removal?! Oh my god, it hurts so much! I was lying there on the table seriously contemplating whether I could take the anguish, aggressively squeezing a stress ball and trying to b-r-e-a-t-h-e myself into a meditative state. I kept thinking, ‘Maybe I should just tell her to stop. This is unbearable.’ But then, in 5 minutes, it was over. The woman working there said I’d probably need 5 or 6 sessions, but my hair has basically just stopped growing already! I’ve shaved maybe three times since then, and I hardly even needed to. AMAZING. Painful? YES, you better believe it. But for results like that? To me, it’s worth it to just grin and bear it. So I guess it’s kind of a lowlight and a highlight. Don’t you just love/hate that?!



On a daily basis, I’m wearing Tarte BB Cream with Kevyn Aucoin Sensual Skin Enhancer (what a name) as my concealer. I primarily switched to the Tarte BB Cream just because the reviewers all said it improved their skin, and that has been my experience too! Wearing it seems to be helping with an ongoing break-out that had me at my wit’s end, so thank god for that. I powder it all down with Kat Von D Lock-It Powder Foundation, and do the world’s most casual contouring with Make Up Forever Pro-Finish in 128 and MAC Mineralize SkinFinish in Soft And Gentle as a highlight. When I’m going out or doing something special, I swap the BB for Giorgio Armani Maestro foundation (it’s amazing: holy grail status) and I use NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer for my contouring. It’s all good stuff.

I’m using new products on my eyes, too: Inglot Matte Gel Liner in 77, and then NARS Larger Than Life Long-Wear Eyeliner in Via Veneto to tight-line (colouring along the waterline and lashes) and add drama. These two products together have made for more compliments on my liner than I’ve ever received. The other day, a taxi driver told me how much I looked like Elizabeth Taylor in Cleopatra. I mean, I’ll take it! The key is to line your whole eye, from the tear-duct all the way to the outside corner, and then flick it up aggressively. I’m using Dior Addict It-Lash mascara at the moment, and it’s okay but it doesn’t blow my mind. Is any mascara really that mind-blowing? I’m not sure if it is…



Oh my goodness. My boyfriend and I are going away to Mexico for Christmas and I cannot tell you the amount of unadulterated joy I feel when thinking about it. Going on a non-working holiday is such a rarity for me — the last time I did that was L.A. in August (also with him), but I really can’t remember any other trips like that! Anyway, I’m over the moon. Time to go bikini shopping! (Too much?!)

Also, I can’t believe there’s only one month left before 2015 is officially over. 2016 is going to be so huge — primarily because my book is coming out, and there is so much that goes along with that — and while I’m delighted, I also feel a healthy amount of jingly-jangly nerves. I’m really amped for my book to be in actual bookstores, to travel around with it, and to meet so many of you guys. Eeeeeeeeeeeeeee!



I’m working on something wonderfully witchy which will be available for you all soon. I don’t want to give away too many hints because I think it’s better as a total surprise, but suffice to say, I think you’ll be excited… Watch this space!



My dad told me recently, “All you need to be to happy is someone to love, something to do, and something to look forward to.” He’s a clever one.



I’m obsessed with making playlists as yet another way to document the passing of time. My method is not sophisticated: I just create a list in Spotify and then move everything I’m currently enjoying into it. As a result, Spring/Summer 2015 is over 29 hours long and absolutely loaded with memories… But it’s not Spring/Summer anymore. I’ve been working on Fall/Winter since the 24th of September, and it makes me really happy.




“When you become the image of your own imagination, it’s the most political thing you can do.” — RuPaul

Love always,

P.S. It’s the first of December! Check out my original December Activity Guide to load up your month with awesomeness.

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These Are A Few Of My Favourite Things: August 2015


It’s been a while since I shared a few of my favourite things in a dedicated post. (Like, almost two years. Oops!) This has been such a crazy summer that there is a lot swirling around in my brain. Here are some highlights…

I’m obsessed with artist Oliver Hibert. I discovered him through Instagram, promptly bought one of his prints, and then realised he was doing a tarot deck. Only the Major Arcana is done so far, but it’s insanely great.

Hilariously, on the same day I ordered the cards, Kat ordered them for me too! (Psychic twins for real.) Anyway, I’ve been making a practice of pulling one card each morning and then looking up the meaning. It’s really helping me get familiar with the cards, and the art is so bright and psychedelic that it makes me feel great. Nice to saturate your eyeballs with something surreal in the morning!

If you’re feeling it, buy yours here!


It’s Venus retrograde until September 6th, which means that it’s a fantastic time to look back at the old styles you used to love and see whether you can repurpose them. Instead of going shopping, flick through the back of your closet and see what you can unearth! This is exactly what I’ve been doing, and it has lead to a massive uptick in the wear of my favourite Betsey Johnson pieces.

For the past couple of weeks, I’ve been rocking skull rompers, dresses covered in guns, floral sundresses, and a fit and flare dress with a zipper down the front. It’s so much fun to get back into my old favourites, after almost a month of wearing the same thing (a Helmut Lang miniskirt with my Adidas cap and Nike sneaker wedges).

The best part about it has been remixing the pieces and wearing them in a totally different way. I used to wear this skull romper with a 1950’s circle skirt and kitten heels — remember that time Betsey looked up my skirt? Today, I’m wearing the romper with a hot pink skater skirt, sneaker wedges, and a backwards cap. Gotta keep evolving!

You might be feeling the urge to go back and revisit some old sartorial classics, too… And I encourage it!


Outrageous Openness by Tosha Silver is one of my new favourite books. It arrived on Monday morning and I read it in one sitting (with several pauses to copy down a huge number of quotes and passages). The book has a quote from Sera Beak on the back (another one of my all-time favourites), so I should have known it would be incredible.

The response to the passage above (posted on Instagram) was massive, and I think that’s because it’s so simple. We can spend endless time going back and forth about people, but really, all we need to do is ask ourselves how we feel once they’ve walked away. If we feel good, happy, inspired, uplifted, then they should be welcome in our lives. But if we feel exhausted, guilty, drained or miserable, then we need to enforce stronger boundaries.

I loved this quote below too. If any of this resonates with you, you should definitely buy her book. I’m pretty sure it will rock your world like it rocked mine.

“The forces of karma need no manipulation. After all these readings to all kinds of people, I know one thing for sure: If you’re destined to be with someone, nothing can stop it. You won’t need to rope, trick, or drug them into loving you. Those books that leave women terrified of just being themselves are somehow both tragic and hilarious at once.” — Tosha Silver

Dear Drake, I love you. He released this track at the end of July and everyone on (warning: the site is addictive) thinks the song is about his ex, Nebby. Well, we all know Drake has a lot of feelings, so that wouldn’t be a big surprise to me.

Ultimately, it doesn’t matter to me who it’s about, all I know is that I love it. I went out dancing on Saturday night and when this came on, I just about lost my MIND… And it would be cruel not to share the love.

Press play below and turn up your speakers!


Summer is the most fun time of year, because no matter where you live, the cities really turn it out. There are exciting activities all over the place, and all you have to do is reach out and grab them! After all, if you’re not taking advantage of the city you live in, you might as well be a hermit. This is my current wallpaper and I’m taking it to heart in a big way.

With this in mind, on Saturday morning, I dragged my tired ass out of bed at 6am to go on a massive slip and slide! Slide The City was alive and kicking in NYC and there was no way I was going to miss it. Whizzing down that slide on an inflatable tube was the BEST way to start my day, and afterwards, walking through the city in my bikini and a saturated kaftan was pretty hilarious too.

Slide The City has dozens of locations around the USA and if it’s going to be anywhere near you, you should definitely make it happen. My only tip? Don’t wear eyeliner. Hahah. I was an instant raccoon!

Here’s to enjoying the rest of the summer…

Eternal love,

Slide The City photo by Jen Epstein.

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These Are A Few Of My Favourite Things: November 2013

These Are A Few Of My Favourite Things: November 2013

There’s fog outside my window, a cup of hot cocoa on my desk, and I’m wearing a pink plaid shirt. Clearly, December is here in full force! That being said, here are a few things that have been making me smile, think, and laugh over the month of November.

On Wednesday morning, Rachel Rabbit White and I woke up at the crack of dawn to see — and also participate in — Yayoi Kusama’s latest show in New York City. I have loved Yayoi for ages, and her show at David Zwirner gallery is lovely.

There is also a pretty substantial wait to get in. The gallery opens at 10am. Rachel and I were there at 9.20am on a Wednesday and it was still an hour before we able to walk into the infinity mirrored room (aka, the #selfie room). I’ve heard that the wait ranges from 1-3 hours during the weekend, so if you’d like to check it out, get there early, and go sooner rather than later!

I’ve been playing with a couple of new beauty items this past month. The first is Essio’s aromatherapy diffuser for the shower! It’s quite brilliant: a plastic arm that clips onto your shower-head, with a little aromatherapy pod dangling off the end. You tilt the arm down into the stream of water and voilà, aromatherapy shower! Essio sent me the starter kit, which has three aromatherapy pods: Clear, Passion and Unwind. As soon as I came back from Australia, I attached the Unwind pod to my shower and stood there, letting the citrus and spice (literally!) wash all my cares away. And for a romantic shower for two (wink wink nudge nudge) or even one (!), the Passion pod is perfection. One caveat, though: if you tinker with the pods, don’t touch your face! Undiluted essential oil on your skin is bad news, it will sting and burn! Don’t go there girlfriend!

When I was at Made Beauty Space in Melbourne, I had my first delicious encounter with Sodashi. I snapped up a bottle of serum to use at night — I was all out of Tarte Maracuja Oil — and I’m obsessed with it. The oil is light enough that it’s not breaking me out at all (which I think the Maracuja Oil was slightly). I wear it over the top of Lancôme DreamTone which I’m loving for fading dark spots and hyperpigmentation. LOVE Sodashi. I can’t wait to head back to Made in November and stock up!

Our apartment, in winter, is unbelievably warm. Our silver radiators kick on and hiss and splutter, filling our two-bedroom home with coziness. This is wonderful, especially when it’s freezing cold outside, but when you start to feel your internal organs withering up and drying out from excessive heat, you know something has to change. We have become obsessed with humidifiers — little machines that disperse water into the air as a fine mist — and I just bought a new one for our bedroom, which I am psyched about.

The Miu Color Ultrasonic Humidifier is fantastic for a few reasons. It’s small, it’s quiet, it changes colour (yes!), and it diffuses aroma, too… So, if you want to drift off to sleep, put a couple of drops of lavender oil in there. If you want to perk up and stay focussed on a task, some lemon or peppermint oil will do the trick. (You get the idea.)

To go along with it, I bought 6 bottles of essential oil blends, Synergy Blends. In the pack are oils for romance, stress relief, purification, relaxation, hope and alertness. Fabulous!

While aimlessly wandering around Melbourne airport, I decided to cure my boredom by purchasing a couple of books. (How very old-fashioned!) Back in June, I saw The Bling Ring at a media preview, and was so intrigued that I couldn’t stop thinking about it. In fact, in some ways, it left me with more questions than answers. So when I spotted The Bling Ring: How a Gang of Fame-Obsessed Teens Ripped Off Hollywood and Shocked the World by Nancy Jo Sales, I hoped it would contain some clues so that I could file this weird pop culture moment away in a way that made sense to me. Well, I devoured the book in a two-hour plane ride from Melbourne to Brisbane, and yes, I’m still thinking about it. The book is gripping, bizarre, and kind of sick all at the same time. If you’re interested/horrified by pop culture, you will love this.

The second book I picked up at the airport was Behind the Candelabra: My Life With Liberace by Scott Thorsten, Liberace’s ex-lover. Again, I had seen the movie before I had read the book, and it has changed the way I read the book a little bit, but it also adds some depth that Scott isn’t quite capable of conveying. (Sorry, Scott.) I love its glamour, weirdness and kitsch. Liberace was pretty incredible!

Everything I Know is Paul Jarvis’ book, and we all know by now how much I love Paul Jarvis! His book is wonderful: a sleek little tome ruminating on fear, adventure, risk-taking and business. We give a copy of his earlier book, Be Awesome At Online Business, to every single blogcadette, and they rave about it. Everything I Know is no different. Paul is the shit. End of story!

Coreyography: A Memoir arrived on my doorstep on Tuesday evening, and I could barely rip my eyes from the pages. It’s Corey Feldman’s autobiography, told chronologically through his movies, with Corey Haim as a common thread. It covers strange territory — abusive childhoods, drugs, paedophilia, fame, and Michael Jackson — and I’ve been reading it in a kind of trance. Literary genius it is not, but for a quick, easy read (and a lot of eye-popping honesty), it is excellent. If you’re at a loose end as the days get shorter and the temperatures dip, curl on the couch with Corey!

I also ordered If You Want to Write: A Book about Art, Independence and Spirit, which has rave reviews. Looking forward to cracking into that one next!

I have been all about Louis Theroux recently. I don’t even remember how I found his documentaries, but before I knew it, I was watching them in quick succession: meth, paedophiles, a brothel, Nazis… Weird, weird stuff. Since then, I’ve roped Mike into the strangeness of it all, and we’ve watched his documentaries on swingers, demolition derby, survivalists, and enlightenment (spiritual seekers in India). Fascinating! I can’t get enough, and I think you’d love them too.

It’s been a long time since we went to the movies: very little captures my imagination these days. But I must admit I’m dying to see The Punk Singer. It’s a biopic of my teenage heroine, Kathleen Hanna… And I was super-excited to see that it’s available to watch on Amazon! It’s definitely on my list for this week. (Check out the trailer below!)

When I came back from Australia, it was a pretty rude awakening to realise that I was going to have to layer up in order to not freeze to death. After putting it off and putting it off and putting it off, I finally bit the bullet one chilly evening, and headed into the Gap.

I picked up a bunch of things that are totally not my normal style — cowlneck sweaters in navy blue, this shirt with birds on it that I cannot stop wearing, flannel shirts (I KNOW), cable-knit sweaters — and honestly, I’m loving it. It’s great to have these simple foundation pieces to pair with my wacky skirts, loud jewellery, knit hats with ears on, etc. Sometimes you can find inspiration in the unlikeliest of places!

I also made a point of stocking up (pun intended) on black fleece-lined tights, as is my winter tradition. I love them because they look like normal black opaque stockings, but secretly on the inside, they’re all fleecey and lovely! They will keep you warm as toast. Go get ’em!

Here are some of my favourite posts from the last month, just in case you missed ’em!
Feeling Uninspired? Here Are 5 Documentaries To Fire You Up!
On Starting Your Own Business, And Being A Productivity Unicorn
I Went To A Séance In Brooklyn…
Surf On, Sister! Hanging Ten In Surfer’s Paradise
Bad Girl Essentials: False Eyelashes, Leather Pants, And A Motorcycle
Being Judged On Television: Why Can’t I Tear My Eyes Away?
And if you missed it last year, check out Your December Activity Guide!

Cocoa-scented kisses,

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These Are A Few Of My Favourite Things: September 2013

These Are A Few Of My Favourite Things: September 2013

It has been a big month. I travelled from Greece to London and home again, I celebrated my 30th birthday and I made some new friends who make me feel really good. And of course, I made plenty of new discoveries and had a handful of unusual experiences, too…

These were some of the highlights of my month, categorised and alphabetised!

The most interesting and unusual thing I did this month was dabble in kundalini yoga. I recently started hanging out with Gabrielle Bernstein, who inspires me beyond measure and is the spiritual guru of choice for a whole new generation of babes. She also teaches kundalini yoga, so when I told her that I wanted to give it a shot, she encouraged me to attend one of Gurmukh’s classes at Golden Bridge.

I had absolutely no idea what to expect, and sat beside Gabby as Gurmukh lead us through two and a half hours of kriyā, pranayama and meditation, trying not to let my eyes bug out of my head too much. I have never experienced anything like it, and when I walked out of the room, I didn’t know what to think. In fact, I didn’t really know what to make of it until I saw kundalini in a more practical, real-life setting.

Gabby has been incorporating elements of kundalini yoga into her speaking for the past year, and last week, I saw her speak for the first time at Middle Church. Her talk was beautiful, and sitting in a room, chanting, breathing and singing with 200 complete strangers was a wonderful experience. I had Ek Ong Kar Sat Gur Prasad in my head for days, and sang it all the time.

I didn’t know what to make of my first kundalini class, but the way Gabby incorporated some of the practices into her event inspired me beyond belief… And I can’t wait to learn more.

My current beauty obsessions include Bite High Pigment Pencil in Grapevine (goes on easily, with great colour payoff and immense moisturising qualities) and Benefit They’re Real! mascara (will give you epic lashes in seconds).

I’ve also added Lancôme DreamTone Ultimate Dark Spot Corrector to my nighttime routine. I picked up a sample of DreamTone a couple of weeks ago, hoping that I would find something that could reduce hyperpigmentation, sun damage (uh oh) and acne scars. The reviews were excellent, so I decided to give it a shot. Note: I always, always, always get a sample before committing to buying a product, because you never know how it’s going to work with your skin… But I am so glad I tried this one out. It’s glorious. My complexion is looking better and better every day. I recommend it if you’re looking to solve similar problems!

One of my favourite things to do on a quiet night in is browse iTunes for the latest releases, stumble upon new artists and download mixtapes. As a result, I have discovered so much great music lately and I HAVE to let you know all about it.

In my professional (remember, in my imagination I am a superstar DJ) opinion, I would recommend instantly purchasing The Weeknd’s Kiss Land, We Are Twin’s self-titled EP, Say Lou Lou’s Julian EP, Lucius’ self-titled EP, Lorde’s Pure Heroine and The Love Club EP, Kendrick Lamar’s Section 80, The Julie Ruin’s Run Fast, Ginny Blackmore’s Bones single, FKA twigs’ EP2, Fat Freddy’s Drop Blackbird, Earl Sweatshirt’s Doris, Drake’s Nothing Was The Same, Bonobo’s The North Borders, Bibio’s Silver Wilkinson, Banks’ London EP, and AlunaGeorge’s Body Music.

I would love to hear what you think of any of these releases! Holler at me, DJ Darling (haha!) on Facebook.

These Are A Few Of My Favourite Things: September 2013

I’m keeping it simple this month with a black gel manicure. The plot twist? I had my nails shaped into little points, and pink glitter added to the tip of my ring finger so that it looks like a heart.

I love the effect, and once I get a bit more length in my nails, will prrrrrrobably do little hearts on the tip of every single finger. Because, go big or go home.

Also, if you’re in NYC, I’ve started going to Oh My Nails! on East 7th Street for all my gel needs. Some of my favourite technicians from Sakura left and started Oh My Nails!, and it’s very purple (and more comfortable than Sakura).

These Are A Few Of My Favourite Things: September 2013

I was spoiled by Poppin who sent me the Pink Complete Outfit, a killer collection of pink accessories for my desk. I opened the box to discover trays, a picture frame, a pen holder, white pens, a sellotape holder, an organiser and an eraser, a notebook, a ruler, a stapler… I mean, I am kitted out forever. Big ups, Poppin!

The do-over of Darling HQ (my office) is coming along more slowly than I’d like because I have been so slammed with other work, but I have a list and I am very slowly working through it. Next step? Wallpaper!

Amazon’s massive network of second-hand book sellers is one of the best things about the internet, if you ask me. You can buy pretty much any book you want for a couple of books, which makes it oh so easy to build up an amazing library.

It’s a blessing and a curse, though, because I have always had a problem with reading more than one book at a time (and sometimes forgetting to finish them, oops). Either way, here are some books I’m working on right now, and loving…

Goddess Signs: Which One Are You?; May Cause Miracles: A 40-Day Guidebook of Subtle Shifts for Radical Change and Unlimited Happiness; Red Hot and Holy: A Heretic’s Love Story; The Goddess Guide: Exploring the Attributes and Correspondences of the Divine Feminine; Holy Book of Women’s Mysteries; Goddesses in Everywoman: Powerful Archetypes in Women’s Lives; Magical Fashionista: Dress for the Life You Want.

Yes, there are definitely some themes here. I am learning a lot!

These Are A Few Of My Favourite Things: September 2013

While Shauna and I were aimlessly wandering the halls of Heathrow, an eager perfume spritzer cornered us near the Tom Ford section. We sniffed a few options, but both fell in love with Tobacco Vanille. The price-tag, though — clocking in at a whopping $290 — put us off.

When I got home, I finally ran out of Lush’s 25:43, which I adore, but also belongs strictly in the camp of “summertime scents”. So I browsed Amazon to see if I could find a better price on Tobacco Vanille. It was still hovering around the $290 mark… And then I noticed some enterprising person selling little samples of the fragrance for $12. SOLD!

This is the sample I purchased, and I am obsessed and I cannot stop wearing it. I would bathe in the stuff if I could. Tom Ford, please sponsor my entire life. I love you.

Last night, Mike and I watched Masters of Sex (a great article about it here), which was excellent! I actually yelled, “You can’t just end it there!” when the credits rolled. So, needless to say, I’m looking forward to the next episode. (Lizzy Caplan is also totally babeing in this series. 1950’s fox suits her.)

Beyond that, I have been watching New Girl, Australia’s Next Top Model (once Dajana left, I was pretty much over it), and this awful show called Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders: Making The Team. It is hypnotic. I have never seen bigger hair, whiter teeth or as many tears!

Phew! I can’t believe it’s already October…

Much love,

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