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Welp Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow this morning, so we don’t have an early spring to look forward to. Guess that means more warm weather getaways maybe? We’ll be cooking up game day food for Super Bowl Sunday this weekend. Whether you’re cheering for your favorite team or just there for the food, commercials and Justin Timberlake, wishing you an awesome weekend. Go Pats!
Jess (J) & Caylin (C)

If you’re looking for something to buy, try, read, share or pin, we’ve got you covered. Here’s the best of the week…

We know, it’s a little too early to think spring. But when you’re talking about seedlings for your garden it isn’t! Here are plants that grow better together.

A reminder to trust your senses and gut—these guys tricked TripAdvisor and people into believing that they were running the number one ranked restaurant in London.

This curried lentil, tomato, and coconut soup tastes delicious and is an easy weeknight meal. It makes a ton too, so lots of leftovers!

I love this cozy faux shearling moto jacket and it’s 25% off with code RED. (J)

Holy Super Bowl appetizers. This pan-friend onion dip from Ina Garten looks like one of those things you will make and not want to share.

No, Millennials aren’t the richest generation.

Speaking of Super Bowl food, we rounded up some of the best food and cocktail recipes here.

Did you know there’s a Finnish term for when you’re going to get drunk home alone in your underwear? Check out the others.

Are you addicted to work? 

The mirrored tray in my bathroom everyone always asks about is on sale (only $33!). (J)

While most overly ripe bananas are destined for banana bread, these banana fritters look like a sweeter alternative.

What does the super blue blood moon mean for your sign?!

This is actually my favorite natural deodorant and their Valentine’s Day pack is a pretty hilarious gift. (J)

Forget chocolate for Valentine’s Day, gummy candy is so much more fun. Sugarfina has the best selection!

For Veronica Mars fans, Rob Thomas’ latest series iZombie is funny and playful—plus season four comes back at the end of February so there’s still time to watch on Netflix before it’s back on live TV. (C)

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  1. Sam wrote:

    I watched the video about London’s “best” restaurant a few days ago and I’m so glad you’re sharing this. I am always super wary when reading reviews because I know that there are people who get paid to write positive reviews (and I get super skeptical if I see no negative reviews, like come on nobody agrees 100% on everything).

    As for the super blood moon article, I’ve been wondering why I’ve felt the need to redecorate every room (I’m a taurus). I was super inspired when you showed us your new curtains on instagram yesterday.

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  2. Great article. I love to read this kind of website. Really nice!

    2.9.18 | Reply

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