Current Obsessions: Entertainment/Culture Edition

"The Voice"

This is Linsey, my favorite singer on the show so far (Youtube her, you'll be sooo happy you did).
Okay, I usually don't watch singing competition reality shows, but lemme tell you, this one is GOOD.
And that's partly because all the singers invited to the show ARE good, it's just a matter of whether the coaches want them on their teams or not.  The judges can get pretty passionate and definitely add a lot of humor to the show.
Plus, having Adam Levine doesn't hurt.


This is basically like a free iTunes, and although it probably doesn't have everything iTunes does,
it's got most everything you're probably looking for,
from Elton John to Glee to Nicki Minaj to Karmin to Marina & the Diamonds to Lil Wayne to She & Him to, well, I think you get it.

Sincerely, Kinsey Blogspot

This blog does not disappoint--not only does Kinsey blog pretty much every day (and maybe it IS every day), her posts are warm and inspiring, full of vintage clothing ideas and unique DIYs and lovely, lovely photography (her photo shoot of this cutie will make you go weak in the knees).


Sooo, I know sloths aren't technically considered entertainment, but I've been watching Youtube
videos and a recorded show from Animal Planet on sloths, and I feel like just by watching
their adorable, painstakingly slow antics, my dreams are coming alive.  Ah, the adorability. (Yes, I just made that word up.  Feel free to use it any time you like.  You're welcome.)

Raising Unicorns by Jessica S. Marquis

I just finished reading this little treasure last night.  Hilarious, outrageous, original, unicornical--what more
could you want from a book?  And as unicorns become increasingly popular--my seventh grade students
and I mention unicorns in class somehow at least once a day--this is the guide to teach you
everything you ever needed (that's right, NEEDED) to know about these magical creatures.  For instance, did you know there are four types of unicorns, known as Purebreds, Karmics, Twinkletoes, and Gigglerumps?
Now you see why you desperately need this guide asap.
And once again, you're welcome.

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