Coming soon to a Thursday near you will be a new link up!! Right now I'm working on developing a Thursday link up and it will hopefully start pretty soon in 2016. Interested in learning more and co-hosting? Shoot me an email and we'll chat : )
Keep an eye out for what's coming to a Thursday near you in 2016!
There was tons of new favorite recipes shared ...
CORN & BLACK BEAN SALSA
CRAB STUFFED CHICKEN
CRAB RAVIOLI IN CREAMY TOMATO SAUCE
We also felt a little old this year ...
YOU KNOW YOU'RE NOT IN HIGH SCHOOL ANYMORE WHEN ...
30 THINGS THAT HAPPENED IN 1985
30 THINGS THAT HAPPENED IN 1995
Museums galore ...
MUSEUM OF BROADCAST COMMUNICATIONS
PEROT MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY
LOYOLA UNIVERSITY MUSEUM OF ART
HIGH TEA AT THE LANGHAM HOTEL
6 ITEMS YOU CAN TOSS RIGHT NOW
5 WAYS TO START REDUCING YOUR ELECTRONIC CLUTTER
4 APPS TO EARN GIFTCARDS
TIPS FOR A PRODUCTIVE BLOG DAY
BLOGGERS TO SPONSOR OVER & OVER AGAIN
Can't wait to share a whole new year of posts with you!
What a day to celebrate! This is the 151st week of the Let's Be Friends blog hop! Thanks for joining us on this special day. Chelsee and Tiffany are extremely delighted to see the way this hop has grown and love to see your faces each week!
**IMPORTANT HOUSEKEEPING NOTE! We are looking for co-hosts for our blog hop for FEBRUARY ! This is a great way to gain new followers and network with other bloggers! If you are interested please email firstname.lastname@example.org! Thank you!
Even though we stay at home that doesn't mean we're just falling in front of the TV at 8pm. It's the perfect evening to do something special.
1. Make a night of it. I'm a big fan of going for a full on theme. For our NYE this year I think we're going to go for game night. We bought a somewhat (or extremely if you ask Kevin) hard puzzle at Disney that we haven't even opened yet. Usually for game nights we tend to have lots of wonderful munchies so I think that's what we're going to do this year.
Last year mom and I had a fancier fondue NYE. I find that making a night of it and planning out a theme to the night makes it a little more special and you won't feel like you're lame or missed out on something by staying in.
Not much a of a cook? Planning ahead is also important for you too! Say you want to grab take out or have something delivered from your favorite restaurant you bet your bottom dollar you better check ahead of time to make sure that they're open on NYE!
If you don't plan out what movie you want to watch you might not have time to get it from Netflix or rent it from the library. Maybe you want to borrow a game from your sister and you didn't plan ahead to ask and now they want to use it NYE since they read this post and decided on a fabulous night in.
3. Splurge. NYE seems to be one of those nights each year that people like to splurge and go all out. Have you seen what some of the ticketed events cost? Downtown Chicago where our friends are playing tickets start at about $135 and just go up from there. Why shouldn't you splurge a tad on your at home night?
Exactly you should! Watch the sales fliers and get lobster tails and steak for dinner early so you won't be paying an arm and a leg but will still indulge. Don't go for the $100 bottle of champagne but keep an eye out for deals on the more mid range ones. Or if you just want a special bubbly and aren't a big wine/champagne drinker (like myself!) go for a low range sparkling wine.
4. Take it up a notch. Just because you're staying in doesn't mean you have to get into your pajamas at 6 and put the hair up in a ponytail. Maybe you and your guy wear nice outfits for your nice night in. Or if you just want to veg out break out your nice pajamas that you don't wear often because you have your comfy stand by.
Go crazy and get some dollar store NYE celebration items as well. Get some crowns and a couple noise makers to ring in 2016. Yeah it seems silly to spend money on something like that but this will take your night in to an actual celebration.
5. Relax & have fun! Whenever I try and do something special I always put pressure on myself to make it awesome and perfect, even when it's a night at home. I just have to tell myself that Kevin and I will have fun and enjoy our time together no matter how good or bad things go.
What are your tips for a fun NYE at home?
Chad Michael Murray ... I mean really do I need to say anything more? It's fantastic.
I remember when this one came out! Such a good full on Christmas comedy. JTT is in his element and you are just rooting for him the entire movie.
Stereotypical Boy meets girl in elevator in "mask". Boy kisses girl. Girl turns out to be his girlfriend's assistant but he doesn't recognize her even though she wasn't really wearing that great of a mask. Girlfriend turns out to be a big bi***h aaaaand I think we can all figure out the rest? It's so predictable yet I still love it.
This might be one of my favorite ABC Family Christmas movies. I've probably seen it a dozen times now. It's got a Christmas and Groundhogs Day (the movie) thing going on and I totally dig it. Plus it doesn't hurt that Mark Paul Gosselaar is not only a dreamboat but is also sweet and caring. It takes Amy Smart's character a while to get it together but she figures it out eventually and everything has a lovely fairy tale ending.
Need a little classical Christmas in your life? White Christmas has you written all over it. If you're hanging out with Grandma reminiscing about what Christmas was like back in her day this is the perfect flick.
Not a typical Christmas person? Need a little fright in your Christmas? Disney and Netflix have you covered.
This is probably the best thing I've ever found on Netflix. For us, living in an apartment we miss out on the Christmas in front of the roaring fire. Now thanks to Netflix we don't have to feel left out! It's not just one but three episodes of a crackling fire with Christmas music. As if this couldn't be any better Netflix made the above trailer!
To get you in the Christmas spirit Netflix has you covered! What's your favorite Christmas movie to chill at home and watch?
Since getting a smart phone a few years ago I've really embraced using apps to their fullest extent. This has included using them to earn gift cards and other rewards!! I've found that using apps are a great way to earn a little extra dough or another reward you've been eyeing without a lot of work.
I know you've seen me mention Swagbucks in the past so I won't chat too much about it. Swagbucks is by far where I have earned the most amount of gift cards and I'm definitely the most actively using. Pretty sure I've earned over $500 since starting.
There is also a special promotion going on right now, I posted about it earlier today.
My friend Becky turned me on to Shopkick recently and I've been enjoying it so far. Their set up is almost like a game where at certain stores you can scan items for points as well as getting points just for going in to a store. There may have been a couple times where I sent Kevin on a mission to scan items while I grocery shopped. So far I haven't redeemed my kicks (points) for anything, I chose to save up my kicks for a Kitchen Aid mixer but there are gift cards and other prizes too. Again this is another simple one that you can tack on to shopping you already do. I mean come on you're already going to be in Target why not get some points while you're at it!
National Consumer Panel
I don't actually earn gift cards through NCP, they have a rewards catalog where you can earn different prizes. When I started they didn't have the app you had to apply but it seems that you might just be able to sign up. You track your spending during the week and get points for transmitting your shopping trips. They also have surveys they invite you to complete for points as well. Right now I'm saving up my points for a Kitchen Aid or a Michael Kors watch ... we shall see which I go for!
This years theme was "Santa's Journey to the Stars," and traces the adventures of Alex, a boy who receives a magical telescope that enables him to experience the wonder of Christmas on other planets before landing back on Earth at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. There was also a couple of random Peanuts windows. Not gonna lie, I love Peanuts so those were definitely my favorite windows but the other ones were fantastic as well.
Between the huge groups of people and the crazy amount of reflection on the windows my photos weren't quite as good as I wanted. Might have almost tripped over a little kid to get one of the photos ... whoops!
If you haven't heard of Weird Al before seriously go check him out he's hilarious! He is a parody artist or a comedic musician. He will take songs and change the words to hilariousness, he doesn't just do parodies he also does original humorous songs. A couple of my favorites of his are actually some of his originals.
Even though I am a huge fan of him and his songs I just can't stand the Christmas ones!!
"Christmas at Ground Zero" would definitely be my choice of the two. The premise of the song is during the Cold War when everyone though nuclear catastrophe could happen at any time and Weird Al then goes into a little more detail about when it does happen. The song is catchy and upbeat so I will give him that but overall not his best work.
"The Night Santa Went Crazy" is definitely my choice for worse Christmas song! I've just never been a fan of gratuitous violence and this song has it. Part of the reason I despise it is that no one wants to think of Santa going cray cray with a German lugger, we just don't. I personally prefer him with gifts of clothes and shoes not bullets and leftover reindeer meat. All I can think of when he talks about the reindeer is cute little Rudolph in the old stop motion classic, so sad.
While there are quite a few terrible Christmas songs *cough cough Twisted Sister cough* Weird Al you take the cake on having the two I despise the most!!
Magic Kingdom Map Appetizer Serving Set
This fun and colorful serving set is perfect for adding a fun touch of Disney to any party. Plus the versatile style allows you to use it for serving all sorts of food from multiple dips to candy to nuts.
Mickey Mouse Buttons Crossbody Bag by Dooney & Bourke
For a big splurge look no further than the Disney Dooney and Bourke line. An online or in parks only item these bags range from wallets to totes in a ton of different styles and prints. I'm a fan of this button print because it combines all the different characters, the main guys, princesses and everyone in between! If you're looking for something a bit subtler check out the sketched leather pieces. They still have the mouse shapes but since it's all one color it's not so in your face Disney.
Sleeping Beauty Print by InkistPrints
Etsy is probably the next best place to find amazing Disney gifts! The prints from InkistPrints are amazing. I love the watercolor look of them all. Not only can you find a TON of Disney prints they have city maps and vintage poster prints.
Disney Princess Inspired Wine Charms by BAWCreations1
Wine charms can be a nice small way to share your Disney side. We don't drink wine at our house but I totally use our champagne glasses for my orange juice and I know they could use some extra bling.
Disney Family Treats Tote – Mickey - Christmas 2015
Haven't been to a Disney Park in a while? Need to get your fix of Disney treats? Check out Disney Floral and Gifts. They have wonderful gift baskets bursting with Disney treats, both edible and non-edible. Some of the packages can get pretty pricey quickly but if you're getting it as a family gift and plan on sharing then it would be worth the splurge.
Disney Collection at Pandora
My Pandora bracelet is my favorite piece of jewelry these days. Since the Disney collection has come out my bracelet has almost become an entirely Disney one. Not only have they come out with beautiful charms but there are rings and earrings as well.
During our October trip to Disney World we found out about a new app Disney released. The Shop Disney Parks app. Not only was it amazing to search for items while we were on property it has the very handy function of being able to order at any time aka you can buy your Disney souvenirs any time and any place. Theoretically you wouldn't have to set foot in Disney World ever again but who would be crazy enough to do that!
Now that I've got you covered for my Christmas gifts ... I mean the Disney fanatic in your life get on that Christmas shopping!!
When dealing with lists the size of a 101 list it's best to break it down. Currently my 101 list is broken up into different topic sections. Not only does that help organize but it helps to not go so out of control with one section over the other. This happened to me in the travel section of my first 101 list. I kept adding so many in that category and not so many in others. I realized that I probably wouldn't have the money for so many travel goals but not enough time too.
One of the biggest issues I had with not being able to complete as much of my first 101 list was that I was very vague about what I wanted to do and the time frame. This hurt my process because I left those until later because they were vague, didn't take time later to define which just meant I pushed them aside. Second time around I have made sure to be more detailed in not only the task itself but also the time frames.
Doing something grand like a 101 list means you're committing yourself to 2.75 years with these goals. Even if you aren't doing a 101 list and doing a smaller one, like 30 before your 30, take some time to ponder them. Make sure they're ones you actually care about and want to complete. Sometimes it feels like people just add goals because they sound good. Do you really want to go to Paris? Or are you just putting it on your list because it sounds good. Maybe you'd prefer to visit Tokyo. When going through and setting my goals this round I wrote and rewrote them a number of times.
Have someone look at them. Have a few people look at them. Heck have everyone you know look at them. Well maybe not that many people but I would highly recommend having a couple people who might be involved with your goals or are close to you check them out. In addition to Stephanie I had Kevin look them over (for obvious reasons) and my friend Rachel. She's known me since high school and knows me really well to where she can say I feel like you might be over reaching with that goal or you can totally make that one a little harder.
My CHI you have failed me!!!
I guess we've had a good run, I inherited you at one year and have enjoyed you for over seven. It's time to put old Bessie out to pasture.
With Black Friday coming up rather quickly now I've been exploring different flat irons. I've narrowed it down to four different types that have really good reviews!
Do you have any of these flat irons? Or is there one not on my list that you would recommend?!
If you're not familiar with Little Free Library go check it out and consider building your own!
Chelsee is a wonderful beauty blogger. She will promote your blog, you social media and she's just a great person to get to know as well. Swaps seem to have gone the way of the dodo but Chelsee is awesome enough to still have a swap option too.
Angie is fantastic. When I first started out blogging she was actually one of the first people I won ad space for. The experience was great then and I just came off another stint on her blog. Another great experience.
One of my favorite ladies and maybe the person I've sponsored the most since starting is Tara from Penniless Socialite. Her prices are great even without the discounts she offers on a regular basis and Tara is always remembering to send a shout out or comment your way. Plus her blog is fantastic, I always love her down to earth fashion ensembles.
Marquis is a sweet lifestyle blogger. I've actually never paid for a sponsorship with her since I've somehow been lucky enough to win a space multiple times but she makes it well worth what you pay for the sponsor spot. One aspect of her sponsorship that not too many bloggers have is an active Facebook group for her sponsors. It has been a great way to connect with other bloggers and to share content as well as things like get in on other giveaways.
Sea Salt Secrets
Shane is one of my favorite travel bloggers to read, her posts as she works and lives down under are amazing. Not only can you find amazing photos but you can also find an amazing blogger to work with. By now you'll see a common theme like the other ladies I've listed Shane offers social media shout outs and other perks as part of your sponsor package plus her prices won't kill your budget.
These are my top bloggers who I would sponsor again and again. Who is your favorite blogger to sponsor?
Do, or do not. There is no “try”. – Yoda, Star Wars
Oh yes, the past can hurt. But you can either run from it, or learn from it. – Rafiki, The Lion King
Why are you trying so hard to fit in when you were born to stand out? – What a Girl Wants
Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it. – Ferris, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
Don’t let anyone ever make you feel like you don’t deserve what you want. – Heath Ledger, 10 Things I Hate About You
I don’t regret the things I’ve done, but those I did not do. – Empire Records
Don’t ever let somebody tell you you can’t do something, not even me. Alright? You dream, you gotta protect it. People can’t do something themselves, they wanna tell you you can’t do it. If you want something, go get it. Period. – Chris Gardner, The Pursuit of Happyness
After a while, you learn to ignore the names people call you and just trust who you are. – Shrek
Carpe diem. Seize the day, boys. Makes your lives extraordinary. - Robin Williams, Dead Poets Society
1. For me last week was crap. I wrote a post about it. Surprisingly writing while I was upset and on my phone it didn't come out that terrible haha. Still feel weird at work this week. Not sure what my next step will be.
2. Kevin started his new job yesterday! It's totally different from his old place and so far he's loving it. I hope it continues to be great even after the first few get to know you weeks.
3. I'm now totally addicted to FitBit. Since we're unpacking from the move I've been racking up the steps. At first I was loving the smack talking with my friends during the challenges then once I hit my first steps goal. Oh my gosh! The fireworks and the buzzing is addicting! Now I must achieve this every day. Very addicting.
4. Work on the DIY Christmas gifts is in full swing in our house! I've already got two gifts completely finished and wrapped. There are about four more in progress now and I think I've got all the stuff for all my projects now.
5. This past weekend we attended one of Kevin's friends he's known since junior high wedding. It was really cool because the couple is Indian. I had never been to a traditional Indian wedding before, neither had Kevin so it was definitely an experience. We really enjoyed the traditions like processing with the groom to meet the bride. There was music blaring, we were all dancing and jumping around.
The food was fantastic. Both of us were a little wary because we expected more of it to be pretty spicy. A majority of the dishes from the luncheon and dinner we not spicy at all. I would totally go back to the restaurant that's attached to the banquet place.
6. Stepping up my Pampered Chef game lately. I've really been trying to start the conversation with people about Pampered Chef. Especially when it comes to helping people with things like recipes and replacement parts. I really would like to build a more active customer base and focusing on other ways I can help will I feel will add to that. There have been a number of people who I've been talking about shows the next month or so. Hopefully the holidays will be good Pampered Chef wise.
Things have been a little roller coaster recently, hopefully they'll start to calm down!
I had started this great, funny post over the weekend for last night that I was going to finish up after work. Well I didn't really feel up to that yesterday.
Found out that the director of my museum position I applied for I did not get.
Let me explain a bit. U have pretty much been running the department for almost a year, partially because of the previous director not wanting to be there and then when they were moved in June I was more officially acting as director. I didn't really have any help figuring stuff out because things needed to get done. We were moving at the end of last month so everything needed to still be full steam ahead.
I am not happy at all by this decision. I feel sort of betrayed. When talking with the higher up person in the past it seemed he wanted to eventually move me in to the position and if he didn't have to post the position would have been perfectly fine moving me in to the position.
I realize this happens all the time but when you're the expert museum person who has been there for over two and a half years already and someone new is brought in that you will have to share all the knowledge that you just spend 8 months figuring out on your own because there was no one there to help you. Also because of the nature of the place this person cannot just come in and hit the bricks running. Their is major hierarchy, language and systems.
I'm pretty much going to still be taking care of business for months while this person comes in and will be getting the glory for it.
At this point I have no idea what I should do. I make a great salary (I think!) for a museum and the benefits are insanely good. The other hand, how can I stay when I feel like utter crap about the situation and might have some resentment about the whole situation.
I will say I am getting tired of this feeling of two steps forward and one back in my career.
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Here are 10 articles I've found with some great career advice.
28 Steal-Worthy Tips From the Most Productive People on the Planet
33 Ways to Boost Your Career When You're Bored at Work
12 Habits of People Who Always Fulfill Their Dreams
How Successful People Go From Good to Great in Anything They Do
Tips For Becoming A Boss From 34 Of NYC's Most Powerful Women
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7 Secrets to Becoming a Great Leader at Work
36 Career Tips No One Will Actually Tell You
I hope you found some of the tips in these articles as useful as I have!
Early in the summer Kevin and I got a chance to enjoy a 3 Course Private Label Wine Paring dinner at Harvest Restaurant at Pheasant Run Resort. Much to Kevin's delight last night we got to experience their Oktoberfest Beer & Cider dinner. Of the two of us he definitely enjoys beer much more than I do but I was excited to try the cider. You'll find Kevin's opinion to the dinner in green!
This meal started off with a seared crispy pork belly dipped in dark chocolate with chopped pistachios paired with Revolution Eugene Porter. For me the beer was not my favorite since as a non-beer drinker it was definitely on the heavier side. On the other hand I could eat that crispy pork belly every day! When Chef Tiffany came out to chat I mentioned experiences I had with pork belly being too fatty in the past and she said her preparation of the belly was specifically to avoid that.
The porter’s bitter and strong after taste mellowed out and the beer became smoother with the food. It was still a decent porter to begin with, but even better with the food. Pork belly was crispy and both of us wanted more of it.
Second came the Killarney Beer Cheese Soup paired with Harp Irish Lager. After hearing a couple in the booth next to us exclaiming how delicious it was we were both ready to try it. I enjoyed how the flavors of the beer and the soup played off each other. The soup was extremely thick and flavorful. I probably could have done that with just the pork belly and skipped the rest of the meal it was so filling!
The hoppy fruit taste of the Irish Lager disappeared nearly 90% with the food. I liked the beer before and during the food portion. Betsy liked it more at the beginning but it went well with the food though. The soup was heavy, but really good.
The main course came out with Chef Tiffany's statement that the grilled seasoned skirt steak with chimichurri was her favorite cut and steak dish. Needless to say the greatness we expected was delivered. It was accompanied by perfectly fried chips and sauteed veggies. I don't usually go for red meat with dinner but when I do I love that it's at places like Harvest where it's phenomenal. Since I was pretty full by that point I took home half of my steak and just finished it for dinner tonight. Paired with a Ranger IPA that I think we both felt complimented each other.
Lastly was Door County Granny Smith apple crisp featuring granny smith apples baked in crispy phyllo with Anglaise sauce paired with Crispin Honeycrisp Cider. I really appreciated the chef's understanding my issues with apples and cinnamon then making me a special creme brulee dessert. The creme brulee was creamy and sweet, a perfect end to a fantastic meal. Usually I'm not a big cider fan but I loved this one. It was sweet and tasted more like a champagne at times. Will definitely be checking to see where I can get that.
There is one more Thursday in the Oktoberfest pairing series.so be sure to call now, 800-4-PHEASANT (474-3272), and make your reservation! If you're unable to make this last one keep an eye out, it sounds like there are more pairing dinners in the works for the near future!
Working full time makes keeping up with my blog a challenge at times. Two years ago Stephanie and I started having blog days every so often to help with getting our acts together.
s a day specifically for working on tasks relating to blogging. I'm going to share some of the tips that I think make for a successful blog day.
2. Go back and fix 5 posts so they are pin worthy.
3. Come up with 20 new post ideas.
4. Schedule two weeks worth of social media posts on each social media outlet
We decided that for this blog day we were going to each choose two bigger goals and two smaller.
3. Have a buddy. As I mentioned Stephanie and I have been doing our own a few times a year now. There have been times where we've done an in-person/virtual blog day. I went and actually hung out at Stephanie's apartment and we connected virtually with other bloggers. Not only was it great to be able to bounce ideas off of another blogger but the accountability was awesome.
Aren't able to schedule a blog day with a blogger friend? See if you can enlist a friend or family member who is good at keeping you accountable with stuff. Make a plan to check in with them a few times that day or show them what you've accomplished by the end of the day.
4. Have the right tools ready. Going to need things like your hard drive with photos, a notebook for ideas, ingredients to make a recipe for a post or anything else you might need, be sure to have all of this ready to go. Don't waste your time the day of searching for that annoying hard drive because you know you left it somewhere and you're pretty sure your husband moved it. Take time the week before to pull together all those items. That way when the day comes you can really get down to business.
5. Reduce distractions. For this blog day I picked a day that I knew Kevin would be out of the house. Even though he's extremely supportive and helpful he can also be a huge distraction for me. Do you have someone like that? Send them away! Or ask nicely if they can go run errands or pick a day that they'll be out of the house for most of it. Get distracted by the TV and stuff like that? Maybe you should leave the house and go to the library. If you're like me where you need background sounds to work, pick ones that won't be so distracting like music without lyrics.
6. Reward yourself. Now for this one we're going on the honor system but if you put in a good days work and accomplished all of the goals then be sure to reward yourself! Planning your reward ahead of time will give you something to look forward to as well. My plan, after I finish up the goals, is to reward myself with Pitch Perfect 2 and sushi from the awesome place we found near our apartment. Kevin will be out of town and it will be fun to give myself a treat after a productive blog day. Not a fan of dinner out? Give yourself the reward of that new sweater (hopefully on sale) you've been eyeing.
I'd love to hear what tips you have for a successful blog day! My goal is to make this one a really productive day.
I love looking at the movie and seeing what people thought it would be like today back in the 80's. Some things were definitely on the money ... some were not.
So I'm pretty sure if movie signage did this I would pee my pants all the time. I couldn't even handle horror films with something like this going on.
Pretty sure if the Cubs win the World Series this year this will be the reaction of everyone. Well maybe just the Sox fans ...
I could definitely get down with the whole hover board thing. You have to admit a lot of today's boards are moving more towards looking and moving like the hover board in the movie. It's only a matter of time! Plus it will give them time to figure out that whole pesky over water issue.
If re-hydrated food looks like that pizza I'm game. So far I've only tried re-hydrating stuff like dried fruit. Let's just say it was not a successful attempt by any means.
Video chat! That is one thing Back to the Future got totally right. People in long distance relationships everywhere thank the person for coming up with video chat.
Google glasses have made video glasses a thing that might actually be available for the general population soon.
While shoes that lace themselves up would be pretty wonderful, especially in the morning when bending over seems like the hardest thing in the world. I'm not a fan of the fashion going on in Back to the Future's 2015. Although is it irony that 80's styles are back in 2015?
We've had hologram performances by Tupac and Michael Jackson. I'm sure it's only a matter of time before there are more. I'm actually kind of surprised that Disney hasn't done something like this with Walt!
One thing was totally wrong in the movie is the heavy reliance on the fax machine. Do people even have fax machines anymore? I know someone in our IT department who didn't even know what the term "facsimile" meant.
For now pull up your Google hang outs and celebrate Back to the Future day with your favorite person via video chat because it's 2015 and you can!
Rock and roll!