I thought we could all use a little something easy and fun to make with our hectic fall schedules! There is something about the cooler weather that makes me want to bake cookies and cook all the dinners and have all my friends over. Maybe a few cocktails too! But in reality, sometimes just getting something together for dinner feels like the last thing I want to do on busy days. So here is super quick recipe for those days!
I started writing this post over a year ago when Brandon, usually referred to here with his initials BMW, moved to Austin. One of his first questions was what are the best sports bars in Austin. I’m not exactly the biggest sports watcher. I love going to games but sports bars have always just been such a drag to me. Crappy food and drinks, way too loud and honestly those chairs are terribly uncomfortable for how long the games are. So, when BMW wanted to start watching games we usually wound up at Bar 96 on Rainey Street which was a happy medium for us. But it closed a few months back so I had to dig out my list and think of spots we can both agree on. I got BMW to put his two cents in on a few of these bars and I rounded up the rest that I think are great for watching sports whether it’s just the two of us or a big where some of us are there for the game and the rest of us are there for the fellowship!
I love getting my hair blown out, don’t you? I rarely indulge in this treat for myself but I got pampered by Drybar and had to share these gorgeous locks. I typically wash my hair everyday because I always get so sweaty whether it’s from a workout or just that Texas heat. I’m always jealous of those gals that come out of spin class and do some dry shampoo magic and somehow their hair looks flawless. I come out of spin class looking like a wet dog so there’s no helping me there. After my blowout at Drybar I wanted it to last forever! So I chatted with Drybar founder Allie Webb for her pro tips about making your blowlast!