|What are your hair secrets, child assassin?|
My movie review of the 2011 movie Hanna is thus: her hair is SO GREAT. Deffo an argument in favour of the no-poo regime. Although, it looks best when she's running around shooting people, so it may not work for my librarian lifestyle. Also? Killer soundtrack by Chemical Brothers. And? Fun fairytale elements, for a child assassin thriller.
Here are some links, totally unrelated to that movie at all!
I adore Tina Fey, I loooved her book Bossypants (especially on audio, she reads it herself!), and I love Niki from Debt Free by 30. Now all three elements all mashed up in one amazing post, about how to apply Tina Fey's rules for improvisation to your financial life!
Ella from My Year Without Wasting Money has some good tips to weed out old makeup. I gotta admit, I'm a little scared to do this (what if I have to get rid of something I really love??) but it's healthy and hygienic, so I need to just bite the bullet, like she did.
Have you caught up with the best show ever, Downton Abbey, yet? Bon Appetit has a series showing all of the crazy, bizarre things they ate in England in the 1910s, so you can get the full Downton atmosphere for the upcoming season finale!
If you, like me, are still trying to get back to normal size after all of the chocolates and pies that happen around Christmastime, then you, like me, will like this article ranking various diets by which ones are easiest to follow, which are healthiest, etc.
This time of year, lots of people are talking about dating. I really like Fabulously Broke's rant about how open communication and not over-analyzing every communication are really key to keep your sanity while dating.
And thanks to My Personal Finance Journey, who chose my post Which are most frugal - cats, dogs, or babies? as one of their editor's picks for the Festival of Frugality! Woo!