This is Esther Perel’s podcast. What is incredible about this podcast is that it is a recording of a real couple’s therapy sessions. Esther Perel is extremely talented. Each time I listen I feel like I take away something even though often times I cannot relate to the exact issues of the couples.
Remi Malek stars in this fictional podcast about a nationwide blackout that focuses on a small town in the midst of a crisis. It’s oftentimes too cheesy, but I can’t lie and say it wasn’t a very easy and enjoyable thing to listen to. I have been trying to find novels lately in the audiobook format, but have struggled to enjoy them. I enjoyed the fictional drama in podcast format.
Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini are amazing in this series. I devoured it on our recent trip to New York. Applegate’s character, Jen, loses her husband in a hit-and-run accident and Cardellini’s character, Judy, shows up by interesting circumstances to comfort her. There is comedy and it is refreshing in its uniqueness.
This extremely affordable sheet set is amazing. It’s $32.99 and some of the best sheets I have had. Maybe I am the only one who has this challenge, but I am never able to find hotel quality sheets that aren’t extremely expensive. These are the best sheets I have had. I bought them desperately after a recommendation and had low expectations. They’re incredible.
I find these to be so playful. I think they are just the right size–not too big, not too small. It’s one of those items that people notice mid-sentence and say, “Oh my gosh, are those orange slices!” Perfect for a daytime outing this summer.
If you follow me on Instagram, you know how much I use this to make baby food and occasionally even adult food. It is one of my favorite products that I plan to have around for years to come.
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