Friday, March 20, 2015

Friday Favorites

A few of my favorite things this week -


#5 - Favorite Hair Do for the week : Side Braids & Headbands
            

            Easiest. Look. Ever. I am in that weird stage of growing out bangs where the front of my hair never cooperates. Ladies do you know what I mean? I have had zero time to get ready in the morning between wrangling two girls and taking a shower. It doesn't help we've been sleeping in - but it's necessary when you're dealing with a baby that won't sleep through the night!



#4 - Favorite Show: Married at First Sight

            The whole premise of this show is wacky. Sign up, talk to some experts, get a match and get married to a complete stranger? Did anyone watch the first season? I was instantly hooked. I like that there is a true science in fitting the couples together. The potential brides and grooms all seem so genuine and committed to finding their matches . I am a hopeless romantic at heart and you can't help but pull for the new couples! Married at First Sight airs Tuesdays @9PM on A&E

#3 - Favorite Bible Verse: In his grace, God has given us different gifts for doing certain things well.  Romans12:6                
I came across this in my daily devotional and it was close to my heart all week. I feel like I have really embraced connecting with others this week. Despite this being a strength I often hold back in fear of what other people will think. This has helped me conquer fears this week.


#2 - Favorite Jam: Sugar by Maroon 5
                I play this song everywhere! In the gym, in my car, in my house while I'm cleaning. Seriously everywhere. I don't know if I just love Adam Levine's voice, or the happy beat or the adorable video where the band crashes weddings to perform. Check it out! 






#1 - Favorite Book: Forever, Interrupted by Taylor Jenkins
             
                Easily one of my favorite books of all time. I'm reading it again and I still love it just as much as the last two times. It is a beautiful story about love and loss. You will instantly connect with these characters and zip through the book. The good news? Taylor Jenkins released her second novel back in July called After I Do. I couldn't put that book down and finished it a couple weeks ago on a flight from WA to FL. I highly recommend anything written by this lovely author!



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Did anything stand out to you guys this week? Anything stuck in your head? Let me know in the comments!

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