If you followed me on Instagram, you’d know.
Buying printer ink on Amazon is about as close as you can get to a wonderful experience buying printer ink. You know how when you run out of ink, you’re just like, “Welp. I guess I’m never going to print anything ever again”? Who came up with the current printer ink sales experience? It sucks.
Anyway, Amazon makes it all betterish. I made Mike go downstairs and tell me what kind of printer I had. This step is very important. Don’t do it yourself. That is doing too much. Then, tell Amazon what printer you have. Anytime you click on a printer ink, it will tell you if it fits your printer.
Are you done hearing about printer ink? Did you think I could possibly say that much on the subject? It’s been a slow week.
Mantilla Link Up is alive and pumping. Are you going to try one out this weekend? Give it a go. And then link it up.
NatureBox giveaway is still happening too. Win some noms that are pretty darn good for you too.
Mike and I are trying to do date night once a week. Sometimes that means we watch The Great Gatsby while I lay on the couch, and Mike rocks a teething baby. That’s what we did last night.
The *new* Great Gatsby? It was everything I wanted it to be: opulent, extravagant, showy, swanky, bright, colorful, glittery, rich, lavish, deluxe. When you combine one of my favorite books, my favorite director and one of my favorite actors, you can’t overhype it.
I would not say that Mike and I received the best NFP instruction before we were married. And, disclaimer: yes, both of our children were planned. We just think there might be a better method out there for us. So, we are switching to Creighton. All of you CrMS-ers: any advice for newbies?
I DLed this new app called Waterlogged. Love.
I am so bad about drinking water throughout the day, and this app sends me reminders and let’s me chart how much H2O I d-o-w-n throughout the d-a-y. It’s been working. I have drank at least double the amount I normally drink since DLing it. Although I guess that isn’t saying a lot.
What did humans ever do before apps? How did we not just shrivel up and die?