I used to try to share some of my favorite things here on the blog. Since I love reading about everyone else's favorite things, I figured it would be good to share my own.... turns out I could never narrow down the list enough to hit publish. But I'm giving it another try (you know, since I have the fun of an extra day this weekend)... so check out some of my favorite things this week to start pinning, adding to wishlists, and bookmarking to read later!
- College Football Season! The best part of the week was clearly the start of the college football season (I only count down starting the week after the national championship - I'm not one of those obsessed people...) To celebrate (even though my Clemson Tigers didn't win), check out the Wall Street Journal's Grid of Shame (for just the graphic, click here) and find your favorite team...
- Invention / New Product: 2 female engineers have made dolls that encourage girls to join the STEM fields (via Mic)
- App: Wunderlist is so helpful for making lists that you can share with your significant other, as well as tagging tasks, adding deadlines, making multiple entire lists, sub-tasks, etc. and then get access on your desktop (Mac AND PC), iPhone, Droid, iPad, etc. (for free!)
- Critical World News: Full House (might have a) reunion (you got it, dude!).... so much excitement. Read more about it here.
- Shopping: Lots of Labor Day sales! (6 of them here, courtesy of The Glitter Guide)
- "Secret" that Makes Life More Awesome: You can use up to 4 coupon / promo codes at the same time on Kohls.com! (Maybe you already knew, but that was very exciting for me this week...)
- Tech Roundup: Time rounded up 59(!) free Twitter tools to use (I'm still exploring, but I've already lost some serious time to SocialBro, thanks to this article)
- DIY Project with Stuff You Own: I think all crafty gals like making stuff with school supplies (or just getting school supplies) and Brit + Co rounded up some DIY projects to make with office supplies (so you can fun even if you're not going back to school and getting your own new supplies)
|via Brit + Co.|
Anything I missed? Great stories, tools, nostalgia? I'd love to know (seriously, I would)!