Weekend Clickity-clicks.

At least once a day, I find myself aimlessly browsing the internet and I usually stumble upon some pretty interesting things. It never ceases to amaze me how long I can occupy myself with my computer and a solid wi-fi connection. I'm usually lost in webpage after webpage until a phone call or hunger pangs pull me from its trance. Anyways, here's a list of links that hypnotized me recently:

I've only read 12/93, but it's surprising to see how many books we know were banned in the U.S. at one point.

What we don't want men to know.

Sometimes we are our own worst enemy. Here's 30 things we've gotta stop doing. I couldn't agree more with numbers 4, 7, and 20.

Good advice from not-so-good people. Ha, Bernie Madoff, funny, funny!

True Life: Hollywood Personal Assistant.

How to deal with being underemployed in today's economy.

These hilariously honest notes from children almost make me ready for one of my own.

The interpretation of Tris' fear landscape, specifically the fear of sexual assault, in the Divergent movie is actually pretty damn empowering, although it wasn't actually in the book.

Makeup really does have the power to change someone's entire face.

Information v. knowledge.

Finally got a trailer promo thingy for Girl Meets World!

Turns out natural cosmetics may not be safer after all.

This spring's trends include blush and floral, basically the inspiration for my bedroom decor.

Things are a bit different around The Kari Diaries, all thanks to this amazing website designer.


Most of the weekend is suppose to be full of sun rays and 60+ degree weather, so in addition to the release of the The Draft, that's something to look forward to. Anyone plan to see it as well / Any interesting plans for the weekend? Regardless, hope you have a great one!