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Of all the food shows on Netflix, Somebody Feed Phil is my absolute favorite. Read on to learn why.
Excited to share a second round of podcast recommendations. If you're looking for more shows, I've got you covered.
A House in the Sky is a memoir about Amanda Lindhout's experience falling in love with international travel, and her devastating kidnapping while in Somalia. The book is beautifully written and is a powerful story of forgiveness.
Sharing my picks for the best and worst dressed at the 2019 Academy Awards.
In honor of 10 years of Pop.Bop.Shop., each month I am sharing a new top 10 list. This month: my favorite decor, food and drinks from the awards show viewing parties of the past decade.
In January, I set a New Year's resolution to read two books per month in 2019 (24 books total). The first one I read was Ghosted by Rosie Walsh, and as soon as I finished that, I moved right onto Convenience Store Woman by Sayaka Murata.
On Valentine's Day, I went to see Rebel Wilson's Isn't It Romantic, and I absolutely loved it.
The first book in my quest to read 24 books in 2019: Ghosted by Rosie Walsh.
QB1: Beyond the Lights is back for season two. Follow the stories of three high school quarterbacks as they play their final seasons before heading off to college.
Ariel Levy's memoir, The Rules Do Not Apply, is beautifully written and arrestingly honest.
Looking for the perfect Valentine's Day gift? I've got you covered!
If Beale Street Could Talk tells the story of a young couple torn apart by a wrongful conviction. Directed by Barry Jenkins, the film is beautiful, poignant, and deeply personal.