Mini DeLites

Lauryn Evarts, fashion blogger, fitness blogger, health blogger, and lifestyle blogger talks skinny tips and tricks.

[ Workout ready with ma purple Twistband ; ) ]

Lauryn Evarts, fashion blogger, fitness blogger, health blogger, and lifestyle blogger talks skinny tips and tricks.

[ Huge, gigantic ice cube trays ]

I really, really love reading. When I was little, my parents used to encourage riding my neon Big Wheel more often. They were nervous books were making me anti-social…I’m sure the spiderwebs collecting on the plastic bike didn’t help the situation.

Lately it feels like life has been too hectic to become lost in a novel. Between distractions from technology, work, friends, family, Pixy, da, da, da, daaaaa, reading is suddenly less of a priority.

Today I bought Klonopin Lunch, Let’s Pretend This Never Happened: A Mostly True Memoir, & Gone Girl, so this week I’m making the effort to sit.down.&.read. Any other book recommendations?

We’re going out for Italian food tonight; a little wine, a little pasta, a lot of salad…I’ll share some easy Italian modifications later this week. X.

Lauryn Evarts, fashion blogger, fitness blogger, health blogger, and lifestyle blogger talks skinny tips and tricks.

[ Today’s lunch ]

Lauryn Evarts, fashion blogger, fitness blogger, health blogger, and lifestyle blogger talks skinny tips and tricks.

[ Gold sprinkles > anything ]

Lauryn Evarts, fashion blogger, fitness blogger, health blogger, and lifestyle blogger talks skinny tips and tricks.

[ This total babe ]

Lauryn Evarts, fashion blogger, fitness blogger, health blogger, and lifestyle blogger talks skinny tips and tricks.

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14 Replies to “Mini DeLites”

  1. Gone girl will blow you away!!! A little slow at first but then BOOM you cant put it down! Great book!!

  2. Just finished Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Coast Trail; Strayed, Cheryl. One of the best recs I received from a friend book-wise. It’s amazing and true!

  3. Just finished The Marriage Plot by Jeffrey Eugenides. While it wasn’t as good as his earlier novel Middlesex, it satisfied me. The author has a lot of similar life experiences to me and used those in how he has set his novels (we grew up in the same area at about the same time and had similar college experiences) so that increases my enjoyment of his novels. This novel is definitely recommended for former English majors. I don’t read as many novels at all as I used to, but they are a nice change from plain old Internet reading.
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  4. Beat The Reaper – Josh Bazell
    It’s as if Quentin Tarantino wrote a mash-up of Grey’s Anatomy & The Sopranos.

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