Hot Topics Kardashians, Adele, Gilmore Girls, DDLJ and open letters

This episode has me and Resh discussing hot topics with a lot of discussion revolving around movies and we take a trip down the memory lane with all these reboots of old shows happening lately. 

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Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls



                                                                              Not bad huh? :) 

It's officially the season of pumpkins. It's pumpkins everywhere. In coffees, on patios, in candles and even in beers, you get the drift, right? So, last weekend when a friend invited us over for pumpkin carving, I thought I'll make something pumpkin-y for the hostess, you know, to get into the spirit of it. I also loaded my Spotify with Fall/pumpkin playlists, but that story is for another day. Back to pumpkin flavors, I am not a huge fan, but guys, this had the right amount of pumpkin that this recipe is non-pumkin-person-approved. So, this could be your go-to fall recipe. This recipe is taken from www.thepioneerwoman.com, btw, LOVE her.


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Jennifer Lawrence's Essay - Why do we as women want to come across as likable.. always!


I am pretty sure we have all read and over-read or seen and over-seen articles on Jennifer Lawrence's essay on pay inequality in Hollywood. My initial reaction even before reading the essay was "Oh god..not another Hollywood celebrity writing about inequality and feminism with the help of a ghost writer" ( I am looking at you Emma Watson).

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Why Not Me? By Mindy Kaling I Not a Review I




This podcast has me talking about Mindy Kaling's second book, Why Not Me. I talk about the six things that I really loved about the book and I sort of recommend if you should go ahead and read it or maybe wait a bit!

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French Style and Minimalist Wardrobe




A longtime blog-friend (Did I just create a new word?) of mine Tanvi from www.tanvii.com was sweet enough to join me on this podcast. We talk about all things style, especially our  my obsession with french style and try to break the french women's Je ne sais quoi code.


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