School's out for summer. So that means less LA traffic, more rosé, and sleepless nights because most of us (peasants) don't have central air conditioning.



School's out for summer. So that means less LA traffic, more rosé, and sleepless nights because most of us (peasants) don't have central air conditioning.



A few years ago I read an article in the New York Times about a list of 36 questions that are bound to make any two people fall in love. Or perhaps more in love.

The article piqued my curiosity, so over drinks one night, I asked my husband these questions, and after being together for almost six years, we learned a few things about each other we didn't know.


A few years ago I read an article in the New York Times about a list of 36 questions that are bound to make any two people fall in love. Or perhaps more in love.

The article piqued my curiosity, so over drinks one night, I asked my husband these questions, and after being together for almost six years, we learned a few things about each other we didn't know.

A Shopping List Clueless Cher

  1. One dozen sheet masks
  2. Siggi's yogurt
  3. A gold pendant necklace with my therapist's initials engraved on it
  4. A circular straw tote because I'm eclectic 
  5. Tickets to see Haim
  6. Whatever iPhone that has Portrait Mode
  7. A jade face roller. I hear they do wonders.
  8. A 5 ft fiddle leaf tree. I won't kill it.
  9. Linen bed sheets
  10. Linen dish towels
  11. Linen toilet paper. Do they make that? Would be nice.
  12. A red 1987 Mercedes convertible
  13. Tito's
  14. Topo Chico
  15. One 90 minute massage at The Now. Heard it was life changing.
  16. 24k gold hoops in sizes small, medium and large
  17. Mules. All kinds.
  18. Non prescriptive glasses. I don't want anyone knowing I have 20/20 vision.
  19. A face mask called "Summer Fridays" because lol
  20. Cropped jeans. All washes.
  21. A sound bath
  22. A few units of Botox. It's preventative. 
  23. Magnum ice cream bars. Bloggers eat them so I think they make you thinner.
  24. A weekend in Joshua Tree to rediscover myself
  25. A dry brush
  26. Laser hair removal everywhere
  27. Eyelash extensions to enhance my natural beauty
  28. A pack of mango La Croix
Do you take credit?
A Shopping List Clueless Cher

  1. One dozen sheet masks
  2. Siggi's yogurt
  3. A gold pendant necklace with my therapist's initials engraved on it
  4. A circular straw tote because I'm eclectic 
  5. Tickets to see Haim
  6. Whatever iPhone that has Portrait Mode
  7. A jade face roller. I hear they do wonders.
  8. A 5 ft fiddle leaf tree. I won't kill it.
  9. Linen bed sheets
  10. Linen dish towels
  11. Linen toilet paper. Do they make that? Would be nice.
  12. A red 1987 Mercedes convertible
  13. Tito's
  14. Topo Chico
  15. One 90 minute massage at The Now. Heard it was life changing.
  16. 24k gold hoops in sizes small, medium and large
  17. Mules. All kinds.
  18. Non prescriptive glasses. I don't want anyone knowing I have 20/20 vision.
  19. A face mask called "Summer Fridays" because lol
  20. Cropped jeans. All washes.
  21. A sound bath
  22. A few units of Botox. It's preventative. 
  23. Magnum ice cream bars. Bloggers eat them so I think they make you thinner.
  24. A weekend in Joshua Tree to rediscover myself
  25. A dry brush
  26. Laser hair removal everywhere
  27. Eyelash extensions to enhance my natural beauty
  28. A pack of mango La Croix
Do you take credit?
Naomi Campbell Valentine's Day


Flowers sent to our work so everyone knows just how much you adore us.

To be told we are beautiful, heavenly mortals. And that we look really thin.

To be gushed over on Instagram with a pre-approved image of our liking.

A heart-shaped box full of chocolates. And again, to be told we look thin while we eat them.

Applauded for our youthful, fresh-faced glow. Our skin that is like that of a newborn. Then handed a
$100 gift card to Sephora.

A heart-shaped pizza. Just because.

A Hallmark holiday movie marathon even though it's not Christmas.

A kitschy item from a Valentine's Day pop-up shop on the street so we know you care.

To be remarked as smart, intellectual beings, and again, very thin.














Naomi Campbell Valentine's Day


Flowers sent to our work so everyone knows just how much you adore us.

To be told we are beautiful, heavenly mortals. And that we look really thin.

To be gushed over on Instagram with a pre-approved image of our liking.

A heart-shaped box full of chocolates. And again, to be told we look thin while we eat them.

Applauded for our youthful, fresh-faced glow. Our skin that is like that of a newborn. Then handed a
$100 gift card to Sephora.

A heart-shaped pizza. Just because.

A Hallmark holiday movie marathon even though it's not Christmas.

A kitschy item from a Valentine's Day pop-up shop on the street so we know you care.

To be remarked as smart, intellectual beings, and again, very thin.














Throwback: Uncle Jesse and Aunt Becky's Wedding

Since I am in full on wedding mode, I thought I'd throw it back to one of the most iconic TV weddings of my childhood, and arguably of all time: Uncle Jesse and Aunt Becky's.

Like all truly good fashion, I'm sure it's only a matter of months – or perhaps weeks  – before this look comes back in style. Speaking of which, can we take a moment to reflect on that veil?

Throwback: Uncle Jesse and Aunt Becky's Wedding

In realness, I can't imagine our current minimalist society ever bringing back such an over-the-top trend, but if and when we do, I'll be ready. I've got my mom's dress that fits the bill.

I'll leave you with this, but do note that I'm certain the reason her veil was so large was so she had something to wipe her tears with during this:



Throwback: Uncle Jesse and Aunt Becky's Wedding

Since I am in full on wedding mode, I thought I'd throw it back to one of the most iconic TV weddings of my childhood, and arguably of all time: Uncle Jesse and Aunt Becky's.

Like all truly good fashion, I'm sure it's only a matter of months – or perhaps weeks  – before this look comes back in style. Speaking of which, can we take a moment to reflect on that veil?

Throwback: Uncle Jesse and Aunt Becky's Wedding

In realness, I can't imagine our current minimalist society ever bringing back such an over-the-top trend, but if and when we do, I'll be ready. I've got my mom's dress that fits the bill.

I'll leave you with this, but do note that I'm certain the reason her veil was so large was so she had something to wipe her tears with during this:



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