Pasta with Dry Ricotta, Olives & Tomatoes.
Memorial Day Weekend Menu
Obsession.
You asked for a less expensive alternative to that crazy expensive X ring.
Presto!

You asked for a less expensive alternative to that crazy expensive X ring.

Presto!

Moving right along!
Easy (and weatherproof) braided updo.
Top 10 Wedding Guest Dresses
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Amazing (and great for skin) recipe from Simple Skincare nutritionist Ellie Krieger.
MANGO SMOOTHIE
Blend together: 1 cubed mango, 3/4 cup greek yogurt, 1 tbsp honey, 1 cup ice.

Amazing (and great for skin) recipe from Simple Skincare nutritionist Ellie Krieger.

MANGO SMOOTHIE

Blend together: 1 cubed mango, 3/4 cup greek yogurt, 1 tbsp honey, 1 cup ice.

The best springtime scents for the home.
Today on RG: the most adorable teeny-tiny earrings ever for your second (and third, and fourth) holes. 

Today on RG: the most adorable teeny-tiny earrings ever for your second (and third, and fourth) holes. 

Microwave S’Mores:
1. Place 2 squares of chocolate on a graham cracker. Microwave for 20 seconds.
2. Top with half of a jumbo marshmallow (trust me; any more will get out of control). Microwave an additional 10 seconds.
3. Top with second graham cracker, smoosh, and eat immediately.

Microwave S’Mores:

1. Place 2 squares of chocolate on a graham cracker. Microwave for 20 seconds.

2. Top with half of a jumbo marshmallow (trust me; any more will get out of control). Microwave an additional 10 seconds.

3. Top with second graham cracker, smoosh, and eat immediately.

How To Keep Brown Sugar Soft: 
To keep your brown sugar soft, just pop a couple of marshmallows in the bag. Why? Because Stay Pufts, it appears, are highly skilled at locking in moisture. 
If you’re out of marshmallows, try sticking the sugar into a microwave-safe container and placing a slice of bread on top. Seal the container, microwave for 15 seconds, and the moisture from the bread will be released as steam, softening up your sugar and making it easier to de-clump.
Mind: blown.

How To Keep Brown Sugar Soft: 

To keep your brown sugar soft, just pop a couple of marshmallows in the bag. Why? Because Stay Pufts, it appears, are highly skilled at locking in moisture.

If you’re out of marshmallows, try sticking the sugar into a microwave-safe container and placing a slice of bread on top. Seal the container, microwave for 15 seconds, and the moisture from the bread will be released as steam, softening up your sugar and making it easier to de-clump.

Mind: blown.

"Day off" style. 
What is this, you ask? 
Kendrick didn’t know either. 
It’s much less illegal than it looks. Allow me to explain. 

What is this, you ask? 

Kendrick didn’t know either. 

It’s much less illegal than it looks. Allow me to explain.