Lists don’t require much effort, though.
1. Men’s shirts, especially white ones
I recently acquired (and by that, I mean downloaded) a copy of Nina Garcia’s The One Hundred and sure enough “Man’s White Shirt” is listed as one of the pieces every stylish woman must own. “Aha”, I thought. “I have two (plus a few in other colors).”
I love how they go with practically everything in my closet (jeans, leggings, shorts, skirts, cutoffs… I believe my dresses are the only pieces I haven’t paired with a man’s shirt). The look— as Garcia describes it— sizzles; it’s slightly sexy, comfortable, and classic.
“What would I do without leggings?” I constantly ask myself. Probably wear jeans, but on weekdays when it’s sweltering (which is just about everyday, in this tropical country of mine) or even on days when I just don’t want the feel of denim against my skin, boy am I ever thankful for The Versatile Pair of Black Leggings (and legs that look good in them, I guess).
I’m following a handful of TV shows this season (which makes me feel a bit guilty because it takes up so much of my time but what can I do, I’m already hooked on the dramz): 90210, Melrose Place, Glee, Gossip Girl, The Vampire Diaries, and FlashFoward. Thursday night (after coming home from work) is when I download all six shows. Wanna guess which show I can’t wait ’til the weekend to watch? Clue: stars with a G and ends with Lee.
4. Cafe World
Zynga’s Cafe World is yet another Facebook app I am hooked on. It’s similar to Playfish’s Restaurant City (which I played for a bit before getting tired of it) but better because 1) you “cook” the dishes you want to serve and unlock more dishes as you level up, 2) you don’t need to feed your staff, and 3) you don’t need to keep the app/game running to gain points (though in CW, you only gain points with every dish cooked).
It’s really addicting =/
5. Reading about San Jose motorcycle accident attorney. That stuff is interesting, I tell ya!
Another list next Thursday, I hope.