April Favorites

April didn’t exactly go as planned, since my back pain forced me to cancel plans that I had and stopped me from making too many more. But!! Still lots of favorites this month. Make sure you share your favorites in the comments, too.


I finally made it to Margaux – I have been wanting to check it out for months now! It’s the cutest little coffee shop slash wine bar in East Liberty. It absolutely lived up to the hype, both in the general vibes and in the food / drink. Loved it!

The Magicians

I have watched The Magicians multiple times, and when I wanted a “comfort show” to watch this month in between new shows, I decided it was time to watch again. I would not say it is the highest quality show that I have ever watched, but it’s fun!

My Medical Team

I’m SO appreciative to have a responsive, great PCP who takes my pain seriously. While back pain is still not fun, I’m so glad that my doctor is supportive of pain medication and physical therapy and making sure I’m back to feeling better.

Liberty Print Dress

I have been staring longingly at this dress in my closet – I’ve been stuck at home lately with nowhere to go. But the print is just so pretty – I think even prettier in person that online.

The All Souls Trilogy

I’ll share everything that I read in April tomorrow, but this series was a highlight! The All Souls Trilogy is what the TV show A Discovery of Witches is based off of, but the books are soooo much better. It’s exactly the kind of fantasy series that I like… fantasy wrapped around a love story!


Since I got my sister and some friends totally and completely obsessed with the whole ACOTAR, Sarah J. Maas universe, we’ve been trading lots of DMs about the series and the characters. And this has also resulted in trading lots of merch listings! How cute is this sweatshirt, and this tote bag?? I want everything!!

Solo Stove

We’ve had the chance to have a few more backyard patio fires now, and I love the Solo Stove more and more each time we use it. I’s so easy to light, and the lack of smoke is something you don’t realize how much you’ll appreciate until you experience it yourself!

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