June is nearing its end, but I wasn’t about to let an entire month fly by without sharing some of my current favorite things with you. I hope you enjoy some of this month’s picks. I know I am.
- Dang Toasted Coconut Chips: I saw these at Target one day and bought a couple of bags. When I saw them at Whole Foods a few days later, I was already buying more. They are addictive and I have them at home, at work and in my car for anytime I need a quick pick me up. If stores in your area aren’t carrying them, you can buy them at Amazon here. Trust me, if you like coconut, you are going love these.
- Ballers: This new HBO series, starring Dwayne Johnson (The Rock), was created and executive produced by Steve Levinson; executive produced by Mark Wahlberg, Peter Berg, Dany Garcia, Julian Farino, Evan Reilly and Rob Weiss. It is like if Entourage took place in the world of professional football instead of Hollywood. Once episode in and I am already hooked.
- Amika Perk Up Dry Shampoo: This dry shampoo by Amika is extremely light and smells absolutely divine. It can be hard to find a good dry shampoo that doesn’t make your hair look dull and grey right after using it, but this one gets the job done and hair looks and smells fresh and clean.
- Nothin’ But Granola Cookies – Chocolate Coconut Almond: These are AMAZING. I am so hooked that I have to ration them. I found them one day at the Coffee Bean and I have been addicted ever since. You can order them from the Nothin’ But website but I’m warning you, it takes major willpower not to eat the entire bag. They use real ingredients that you will actually actually be able to pronounce, these cookies are the perfect healthy indulgence.
- Windsor Smith Homefront: Design for Modern Living: I have always admired Windsor Smith’s aesthetic but I really fell in love a few years back when she headlined the House of Windsor Show House. This book, with a forward by Gwyneth Paltrow (who is not only one of my favorites, but she also lives in the former House of Windsor Show House) and it is beautiful and informative. It is a great coffee table book and something that I never grow tired of flipping through.