Weekly Snapshot: September 1 – 7

A look back at September 1 – 7…

5 things we ate:
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1. Slow cooker chicken tacos for an easy weeknight meal.
2. I will seriously never get tired of spaghetti and meatballs. Ever.
3. Homemade potato chips again, but this time we kicked them up a notch with barbecue sea salt.
4. TJ’s famous garbage plate (a Rochester, NY specialty)
5. TJ had the brilliant idea to crumble a snickerdoodle cookie over this cinnamon vanilla ice cream. AMAZING.

4 blog posts I enjoyed reading:
1. Jana’s tips for growing your Twitter community
2. Helene’s list of 30 (!!) different blog post ideas
3. Kay’s insane round-up of mac and cheese recipes
4. Nadine’s equally realistic and romantic post on how soul mates don’t exist

3 forms of media consumed:
Read – Finished Six Earlier Days by David Levithan
Watched – FOOTBALL! Every game that was televised, but most importantly Steelers football
Listened to – The Rent soundtrack

2 nail colors I wore:
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1. OPI, Brisbane Bronze
2. OPI, Suzi Says Da!, Essie, Mojito Madness, and Stick It Vinyl decals (also, this is totally my favorite manicure ever)

1 thing I want to remember from the past week: 
Over the last couple of months, I’ve been going through the pre-licensing requirements to get my NC real estate license. On Tuesday, I passed the state exam, so I’m officially a licensed provisional broker. I’m so excited to get started on this new chapter in my life!

  • Laura @ Life with Lolo
    September 8, 2014

    Congrats on getting your real estate license! Looks like a good week – I always love your snapshot posts!

  • Tihana
    September 8, 2014

    Oh my, is this northern lights in the first photo? Does it get as south as NC? 🙂 Pardon my ignorance on America… European talking. 🙂
    Congrats on the real estate license!
    Wandering Polka Dot

  • Erika
    September 8, 2014

    Congrats on getting your license – that is SO exciting!

    Those football nails are THE BOMB. You’ve got major skills!

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