Happy almost end of April! Most of my friends are finishing up college and on a new and exciting journey. They're climbing deeper into what it means to be in adulthood, and I can't wait to see the amazing things they will accomplish. Congrats my loves!
Here's what I've been procrastinating with this month. Enjoy!
for fans of momofuku's milk bar and want your heart to soar
I LOVED this episode of Chef's Table, and I've watched a lot of episodes. This one features Christina Tosi of Momofuku's Milk Bar, and the story of how it came to be. There's also a very cute side story of the friendship between Christina Tosi and David Chang, and it is adorable. Completely worth the watch. She's inspiring, and such a successful businesswoman to learn from.
"It's the opportunity that you see, that you take,
that you carve out for yourself,
and what you go out and get.
You're allowed to be anything you wanna be..."
if you feel like smiling for an hour
I smiled and aww-ed to myself so much while watching this it's ridiculous. I'm not American, and I don't care for American politics. But, the respect I have for Barack Obama, his knowledge, and how he carries himself is huuuuuge. Not only is he bright as hell, he is the sweetest husband and father. David Letterman's interview skills are also incredible, and he's able to bring out the true essence of the 44th United States President. You'll enjoy this, I promise ;)
"Even if the constitution allowed,
I wouldn't [run for president again].
Because Michelle would leave me,
and I would really like to keep her around. "
oprah, reese witherspoon, nicole kidman, Elisabeth Moss...need i say more?
Hear the insecurities and setbacks of the most famous women in the entertainment industry (e.g. OPRAH!). There are many many episodes of roundtables produced by The Hollywood Reporter, and is one of my favorite things to put on while I work.
"We're all going through something.
It doesn't matter how tall or thin, rich or poor we are,
we all want the same thing, and we all feel inadequacies."
on replay this month:
I saw Lorde in concert for the first time this month, and it was so so good. If she ever comes to your city, please go watch her, cause she is even better live than on recording. She made a huge stadium feel incredibly intimate, and that takes more than singing talent.