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Movie Pass is the Shizz

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If you follow me at all on social media, you might have noticed that I have been making lots of trips to the movies lately. In the past month alone, I have been to the movies four times. While I have always enjoyed going to the movies, mainly as an extension of my love of theater, I have never been what one would call a movie aficionado. I like them, I see them, but it was never what I would call a hobby. However, I discovered in recent months how much I love going to the movies alone. Now, part of this is probably because I have a toddler, so any alone time is awesome time. But in addition to that, we discovered that our local theater serves beer and wine, has great food, and has recliners. So much winning. This is what I do: on a weekday night, usually Tuesday or Wednesday, as soon as Squirt goes to bed between 7:30 and 8:00, I kiss Matt goodbye and head to the Starbucks conveniently located next to my movie theater. I have a coffee and get some work done (productive alone time?????). I then walk over to theater and take in a 10:00 show. I’m not missing any time with the kiddo, I get to see a movie, and I get to kick back with a beer and a pretzel.

Now, if you have been to the movies lately, you can probably see the problem with this whole scenario. Seeing a movie a week is going to cost about $80 a month, not including said beer and pretzels. And that’s where Movie Pass comes in. Movie Pass is a subscription service like Netflix, except it gets you access to movies at participating theaters. For $9.95 a month, you can see one movie PER DAY. Holla. You literally only have to see one movie a month for the subscription to be totally worth it. Now, of course, there are some restrictions, but really, they’re not that big of a deal. The main one is that 3D movies are not included. For me, this is fine because I hate seeing movies in 3D anyway. You also cannot use Movie Pass for advance ticket purchases, so if you want to see something on opening night, you’ll have to buy your tickets the old fashioned way.  But that’s pretty much it.

Here’s how the whole deal works: Sign up for your subscription online (note: this is NOT an affiliate link, I gain nothing from you clicking or signing up!). About 7-10 days later you will receive your Movie Pass card in the mail. It looks like a debit card. Once you have your card, download the Movie Pass app, log in, and enter the last four digits on your card. Set your location on the app to see participating theaters in your area. Click on the desired theater to see the list of movie times. Click on your desired time, and then click check in. Important note: you cannot reserve your spot until you are within 100 yards of your theater. What I usually do is check Fandango first to make sure my desired movie is not sold out, and then I head over to the theater. Once you’ve checked in to your movie on the app, go to the ticket counter to pick up your actual ticket. If your theater has reserved seating, this is where you will select your seats. Then head in and enjoy the show!

Guys, please believe me when I say this subscription is worth every penny. Since I signed up for Movie Pass about a month ago, I have seen The Last Jedi, Thor, and Greatest Showman twice. I would never have spent the extra money to see Star Wars multiple times, or to see Thor for the third time. But with Movie Pass, it’s totally worth it. I am LOVING this subscription, and given how many friends I have recommended it to, I figured I should recommend it to all of you as well. If you are even just a casual movie-goer, Movie Pass is worth looking into. Their website has a list of participating theaters that you can search based on your location, which may be the only downfall for those of you in smaller towns. Being in Southern California, I have a ton of local options and have already used Movie Pass at multiple theaters.

You will hear me raving about Movie Pass all the time, I’m sure, so definitely go check it out for yourself! If you sign up, let me know! I’m happy to share my experiences with you!

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Step Up Your 2017 Style with JORD Wood Watches

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Well, my friends, we are now halfway done with the first month of 2017. I don’t know about you, but this is about the time I typically lose steam with my resolutions, which is why I didn’t make any this year! Instead of resolutions, I made myself some promises that are not so all-consuming that I am setting myself up for failure. One thing I would like to do is take a little bit better care of myself. Now that I am mostly working from my home, my daily look has gone from cute to pajamas with no stops in between. And while I can totally get on board with the PJ’s look when I am in the comfort of my own home, out and about, it ain’t so cute. So I am trying to step up my fashion game a bit this year, and I have found that it is super easy to make a big difference with a couple of small changes. Mostly these changes come in the form of accessories, and one of my favorite new accessories is my JORD Wood Watch. These watches are absolutely stunning, and they are so unique! When mine arrived, I was sold just on the box alone.

I love the simplicity of this particular style of watch (the Frankie 35 in Zebrawood and Navy). It’s perfect for giving my everyday looks some style, but it can also be dressed up for wedding consultations and networking events (and when it comes to investing in accessories, I am all about versatility).

Now, let’s talk about how I am stepping up my work-at-home-mom style game. This is what I usually wear when I am running around town hanging out with Squirt. (Full disclosure here: my makeup never looks like this on a normal day…I do have a small amount of vanity folks.) You can see how basic (and boring) my look is: jeans, white T-shirt, and flip flops (and no pedicure, because it’s winter y’all).

But by making just a few small changes, I can totally take this look from bleh to stylish mom. I swapped out my regular jeans for skinny gray jeans (which I am obsessed with) and my flip flops for nude ballet flats (cuter, but still comfortable enough for toddler chasing). I added a long necklace (also doubles as toddler hypnotizer when needed) and my JORD Wood Watch (also great for keeping track of time out length, should your little angel need one).

I may not be winning any style awards anytime soon, but hey, I think we can all agree that look number two is way more interesting than look number one.

If you are interested in checking out JORD Wood Watches for yourself (which should be a duh), then you will want to click on this link right here to enter for a chance to win a $100 gift card to use to purchase your very own JORD Wood Watch. In addition, just by entering the giveaway you get a code to receive $25 off your purchase, what what! But please make sure you jump on this deal fast because the contest ends on January 22, 2017 at 11:59 pm (you can redeem your $25 credit until April 30, 2017).

Seriously folks, so in love with my new watch and I am so happy that I have found a couple of easy style tricks to make me feel a little more human and not like a total slob when I am running around LA. Make sure you take advantage of the awesome JORD deals available!

Do you have any easy style tips for me? Let me know if the comments!


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10 Things I’m Obsessed with Right Now

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It is the season of giving, so today I have for you ten things that I am currently obsessed with. In case you want to buy me stuff, or need gift suggestions, or want to do some holiday shopping for yourself! These are some of my tried and true favorite things!




1. Defy Nail Polish. I discovered this brand at Target when I couldn’t stomach forking over $10 for Essie (my former go to brand). I am now obsessed with Defy. It goes on so easily and lasts a long time. I am tough on my nails, but my manicures have been holding on for at least a week, even with chasing a toddler and setting up a wedding. New favorite brand!

2.The Lunar Chronicles Series. I don’t know how it took me so long to read these books, but I freaking love them. They are sci-fi adaptations of fairy tales, and they are so well written. I have read all of them but the final book, which I am anxiously awaiting as we speak!

3. Romeo and Juliet. Okay, so this one isn’t totally new, but I’m experiencing a resurgence of my love for R and J. I love Shakespeare and R and J was the first Shakespeare play I ever read. I have been rereading the play and watching as many versions as I can. I was not super impressed with the latest Broadway production, Orlando Bloom was one of the few bright spots (and not just because he’s super delicious) but I’m going to cleanse my palette with the Leo version soon.

4. Plaid. I am all about the plaid these days. I made these awesome plaid flannel Minnie ears, and I have been busting out my plaid shirts and plaid scarves left and right. Long live plaid!

5. Vanderpump Rules. This again, is nothing new. I have loved VPR from the beginning (as a former waitress, I can attest to it being one of the realest reality shows there is). Now that I am an avid listener of Stassi’s podcast I feel like I have a whole new insight into the cast and their relationships and I love it!

6. Owl Crate. If you are a frequenter of my blog then you have probably happened upon one or more of my Owl Crate reveals. Owl Crate is a subscription box for young adult lit fans like myself and it just keeps on getting better and better. The theme for the December box is Epic and I am so excited to see what it includes!

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7. Chapstick, the original. Now that it is winter, my lips have been dry AF and I freaking hate that feeling. I used to use a lot of the trendier “all natural” lip balms, but they seemed to make my lips drier, not more moisturized. So I went back to the original brand and I have been loving how my lips feel!

8. The Crown. I have always been a fan of British history, so I was super psyched to see the trailers for The Crown on Netflix. Well, I of course flew through the first season in a matter of days and now I am waiting on pins and needles for season two–which doesn’t come out for a whole year!

9. Michael Kors Crossbody. This is the perfect bag for a day at Disneyland with Squirt. I can put all my big items (emergency kit, glasses case, etc.) in the diaper bag, but I don’t like leaving my wallet in the stroller when we go on rides. This bag is perfect because it holds my wallet and my phone and it stays out of the way and keeps my hands free to deal with the little dude.

10. Home Goods. From what I can tell, Home Goods stores are not in all areas of the country, and I feel so bad for those of you who may not have access. Home Goods is a discount store selling–wait for it–goods for the home. They have the best selection of cute mugs, plus so many other awesome and unexpected goodies like stationery and kids’ books. It’s basically my favorite store.




Well, that about covers my current obsessions. What are you currently obsessed with? Let me know so I can find some new obsessions for next time!

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Chatbooks: A Lazy Mom’s Best Friend

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Okay. Confession time. I am a terrible mother when it comes to recording memories and those magical “first” moments. My mom often says “Make sure you write that down in Squirt’s baby book” and I smile and nod. I don’t even have a baby book for Squirt. Seriously. Never went out to buy one, never even looked for one on Amazon. I know myself and I know I would never actually use it, so why waste the money. I know that I will remember the important details without a book to remind me, but I do feel like a pretty crappy mom when I think about all those lost little memories. Scratch that. I USED TO feel like a crappy mom. And then I discovered the beauty of Chatbooks. Chatbooks is an app for your phone that allows you to collect all of your Instagram photos in an actual real life printed book. I don’t have to write down Squirt’s reaction to his first taste of rice cereal because I (duh) photographed it and shared it on Insta. And now that moment will live on forever in my Chatbook. So all of the big moments–first steps, holidays, new experiences–are compiled all together with all of the everyday moments and I barely have to lift a finger.




Okay, so let’s walk through this so you can see just how easy it is. This is the home screen when I log onto my Chatbooks app. I have titled my book series The Three Bees, so this is automatically printed on all of my books. Each volume holds 60 photos, and you can check in on the progress of your book at any time.

When you click on the cover of the book in progress, you can scroll through all the photos that will be included in the volume. Your Instagram captions are automatically uploaded with your photos. This is great because it allows you to not only have the picture, but also whatever description you have already created. The date and the geotag location (if you used one) are also included on each page.

If you click on an individual photo, you can edit the caption (say if you wanted to get rid of the hashtags). You can also exclude a photo from your book if you don’t want it printed.

One of the best things about Chatbooks is that you can have more than one Instagram account linked to your book. Since the main purpose of the books for me is to record memories of Squirt, I also have my mom’s account and Matt’s account linked so that any photos they share of him are also included.

Once you have amassed 60 photos in your book volume, you have three days to edit and make changes if you want to. Your book is then printed and shipped to you and your account is charged. Softcover books are $8 per book and hardcover are $13. I typically fill one book every two months, so for $50 a year I have all my photos and memories printed and bound. You can’t beat that. The quality of the books is also really high. The covers are sturdy (and I have only gotten the softcover) and the printing beautiful.

These are some of our actual books so you can see what they look like in a real life setting. I am always so excited to receive a new book.

So I might be really crappy at writing down memories and special moments, but given that we capture everything on social media these days, I still have a full collection of all the important life moments. Really, for you moms out there, it is the best $8 you can spend. You literally have to do nothing other than share your photos on Instagram (which you are likely doing anyway) and check your mail. No arranging photos, no printing photos, no recording the dates of every picture. It is all done for you, and it is done beautifully.

I also want to add that the one time I had an issue with a delivery (it got caught in the middle of our two addresses when we moved), I sent customer service an email and they shipped me a new copy of my missing book within two days. That kind of customer service is becoming an endangered species. If you are a lazy/busy/not crafty/unorganized mom (and I’m gonna bet at least two of those adjectives apply to most of us!) Chatbooks can make your life so much easier. Seriously y’all. Check it out for yourselves. And you’re welcome ;o)




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Keep Your House Clean in Just 15 Minutes a Day with Scotch-Brite Brand

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #ScotchBriteSponges #CollectiveBias

All right friends, it is about to get real up in here. I don’t know about you, but I hate cleaning (sorry Mom). I mean, I go beyond the general dislike of cleaning into actual hate, and I will find pretty much any excuse to avoid it. But the catch-22 for me is that, because I grew up with a neat freak mother, I also hate living in a dirty home. So I am going to be trying a new experiment over the next couple of weeks to help me find a way to balance my desire for cleanliness with my lack of motivation to clean. Unfortunately, hiring a live-in maid is not going to be an option for us anytime soon, so it’s time to buckle down and do something practical. That something is going to involve me cleaning one specific area of the house–a task that should take about fifteen minutes–per day. I mean, I probably spend an hour a day on Instagram, so I think I can spare fifteen minutes to provide a cleaner and healthier living environment for my family and me.

There are a couple of things I’m going to do to hold myself accountable to my new plan. One, is that in this post I am going to share some before pictures with you. My mother is going to be crying with shame as she reads this, but never fear! Where there is a before picture, there is an after picture, so you can see what my house looks like after fifteen minutes of daily cleaning using Scotch-Brite® Brand cleaning products. Two, I am going to be posting my daily cleaning tasks on my Instagram Stories all this week, so if you want to keep an eye on me and make sure I’m following through, you can!

I’m going to outline my cleaning plan for you and show some highlights from how the cleaning plan worked out for me in this past week. At the end of this post you’ll find a link to a printable of my cleaning schedule, in case you would like to try it out for yourself. And as always, I am only highlighting products that I actually use in my own home and would recommend to a friend. Let’s do this! First, here are the tools you will see me using throughout the week of cleaning: Scotch-Brite® Heavy Duty Scrub Sponges, Scotch-Brite® Non-Scratch Scrub Sponges, and the Scotch-Brite® Heavy Duty Soap Dispensing Dishwand.

And here’s the breakdown of what I clean on each day of the week:

Monday: Kitchen

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  1. Clean the stove: Time to send in the Scotch-Brite Heavy Duty Scrub Sponge. The green side is perfect for scrubbing tough stains and grease off the surface, while the yellow allows you to wipe away crumbs and small spills.
  2. Clean the sink and wipe down counters: Since we have butcher block counters and a porcelain sink, I like to use the yellow side of the Scotch-Brite Heavy Duty Scrub Sponge so that the counters don’t get scratched.
  3. Scrub the microwave: I don’t even want to tell you how long it has been since we cleaned our microwave. I definitely need the “Heavy Duty” part of the Heavy Duty Scrub Sponge to tackle some of the greasy messes in there.

Tuesday: Dusting and Dishes


  1. Dust: Dust all rooms of the house including the living room, dining room, and bedrooms.
  2. Dishes: I really, really hate doing dishes. I usually leave them for my husband, but (sorry Babe!) he just doesn’t clean them as well as I would like (but A+ for effort!). I love using the Scotch-Brite Heavy Duty Soap Dispensing Dishwand for all our pots and pans because it tackles yucky stuck on food, but prevents me from getting my hands dirty.

Wednesday: Bathroom #1

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  1. Scrub the shower and tub: For our bathrooms, I like to use the Scotch-Brite Non-Scratch Scrub Sponge. I like to keep kitchen and bathroom sponges separate and I like that I can use a Blue sponge in the Bathroom, alliteration y’all! It means I don’t ever get them confused, which is important because you don’t want to be cleaning your stove with the same sponge you used on your toilet. Ew.
  2. Clean the mirror and sink: Our sink gets pretty gross in our bathroom since that’s where the hubs does his shaving so I use both sides of the Non-Scratch Scrub Sponge to make sure it is super clean.
  3. Clean the toilet: AKA everyone’s least favorite part of cleaning. Look, the only thing I can say to make this task at least a little better is that with a good sponge like Scotch-Brite Brand’s, you only have to wipe once and the mess is gone. No repeated scrubbing necessary.

Thursday: Floors and Dishes

  1. Floors: Mop or vacuum all floors, including the kitchen, living and dining rooms, bedrooms, and bathrooms.
  2. Dishes: See instructions for Tuesday. If your house is anything like mine, we constantly have to dishes to wash!

Friday: Bathroom #2

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  1. Repeat all instructions from Wednesday in your second bathroom (assuming you have one; if not, lucky you!).


Saturday and Sunday: Declutter and Laundry

  1. Declutter all rooms and surfaces: Pick up and put away all stray items in kitchen, living and dining rooms, bedrooms, and bathrooms. This way you are ready for your cleaning cycle to start on Monday.
  2. Laundry: Wash, dry, fold, and put away. I know, I know, it’s asking a lot, but doesn’t it always feel so much better when it’s done? And since it’s the weekend, you have two days to get it done!

Really, truly, honestly, I think I can keep up with this plan. Even though it seems like a lot to do each day, if I keep up with the schedule, it really is only about fifteen minutes of cleaning each day. If I knock that out in the first fifteen minutes of Squirt’s nap each day, I still have two hours to relax and watch Real Housewives work on the blog! I would love it if you would try this cleaning experiment with me! If you are interested in trying out the Scotch-Brite Brand products yourself, you can find them at your local Target (and really, don’t we all love an excuse to go to Target?). Plus, if you use this Target Cartwheel offer, you can save 10% on Scotch-Brite Brand sponges from 8/28-9/3.

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Don’t worry! I didn’t forget about your free printable! If you would like to download the handy (and colorful!) checklist I will be using to keep myself on track, click this link right here! Hopefully this plan for fifteen minutes of daily cleaning will help keep us all on track. If you need some more Scotch-Brite cleaning inspiration, check them out here!

weekly cleaning schedule

What are your best cleaning tips? How do you manage your cleaning your routine? Make sure you leave me your best tips!

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DIY with MyPrintly Plus a HUGE Giveaway!

This is a sponsored post. I was compensated in the form of a discount, free product, and/or monetary fee. All opinions are my own.

A couple of weeks ago, I was invited to visit the HP MyPrintly Suite as part of the BlogHer conference (I didn’t actually attend the conference, but since it was held in LA, I got to take advantage of some fringe benefits!). I am currently writing this post on my HP laptop and already own an HP printer, so I figured I would check out the new offerings from one of my favorite tech companies. There are some super cool new products available from HP (one of which I will be giving away at the end of this post!) and I was really stoked to see some of the new things you can do. There are three apps I learned about that pair with HP printers, and I love them all! We got to play around with them at the suite to make some examples. The first one is Pic Collage, which allows you to make all kinds of cool collage designs. Mine is pretty basic, but there are also lots of fun stickers and text you can add (my collage is on the left). The second app is HP Cards, which has TONS of card designs (including some Disney ones) for every occasion. I made a belated anniversary card for Matt since I found this pink floral design that I loved.

The third app was my favorite one and I have used it several times since attending the event. It’s call HP Snapshots, and it is meant to be paired with the HP Social Media Snapshots sticker paper. These are 4″ x 5″ sheets with a sticky back. The app pulls pictures from your Instagram and Facebook and allows you to print them out on a Polaroid like sheet. I’m a big fan of the plain white border (as you will see below), but they also have different designs. Some of them will print your social media caption right on the picture. These are just some of the things you could do with the HP social media snapshot prints:

1. Dress up a plain notebook. I also covered the plain binding of this notebook with some washi tape for a little added flair!

2. Personalize a plastic pouch. I happened to already have this pouch on hand, so I added the sticker to up the cuteness factor!

3. Create the perfect birthday party goody bags. I added this shot of Squirt with a “Thanks for coming to my birthday party” caption to a plain paper gift bag for a personalized party favor.

I mean, the possibilities with these social media snapshots are endless! I want to stick them on everything! I am going to use them for gift tags, calendars, cards…you name it!

In addition to the awesome apps, we got to see (and feel) the most lightweight and compact printer from HP, and definitely the smallest printer I have ever seen. The HP DeskJet 3755 is about six pounds and is the same height as my iPhone. Oh, and did I mention it also copies and scans? Seriously, this is every college student/New York studio dwelling/tiny space creative’s dream! AND it comes in a bunch of fun colors! OH and it also retails for just $69.99! Guys, I try not to pitch you products very often, but this is one that is so cool and has so many applications for so many people. I was legit impressed with this printer.

Another amazing aspect of the HP printer family is the HP Instant Ink program, which I am a member of. I’m sure we have all had that experience of going to print out something (something with a deadline most likely) only to find the printer out of ink. With HP Instant Ink, that literally never happens. When you sign up for the program, you pick a level with regard to how many pages a month you print, and plans start at just $2.99 a month. When your HP printer detects you are about to run out of ink, it sends a super bat signal to ink headquarters and a new ink cartridge is shipped right to your door. You literally have to do nothing in the process! It might be my favorite thing about my HP printer! And good news for you readers, if you use the code SCHOOL3 when you sign up for HP Instant Ink, you get three months free. Seriously, there is little better in this world than free stuff.

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The really, really exciting news is that I have an HP DeskJet3755 to giveaway! The kind folks at HP were nice enough to gift all of the suite attendees with their own printer, and since I already have and love my own HP printer, I figured I should give this one away to one of you! Use the form below to enter! Good luck to everyone!

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Sponsored Post: A Game of Thrones Premiere Party

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I’m going to assume since you are reading this blog post that you frequent the interwebs, which means I am sure you know that the much-anticipated Game of Thrones season six premiered last weekend. I am a huge GoT fan, and for a while it was the only reason we had HBO. However, now thanks to Google Chromecast and HBONow, everyone can get access to the magic of GoT soooo easily. Chromecast plugs into your TV and allows you to broadcast movies and programming from your laptop or iPad right on your TV screen. HBONow is kind of like Netflix for HBO. So you sign up for HBONow (there’s even a free trial) and snag a Google Chromecast and you can binge on GoT to your heart’s content…not that I would ever do that. I was asked to host a GoT premiere party, and I maybe got a wee bit excited about it. I put together some themed drinks and snacks, busted out some DIY decor, and arranged GoT Bingo. A few of our friends came over last Sunday, and we first watched the season five finale and then watched the premiere. I’ll keep this spoiler free, but I really enjoyed the premiere, and I hope that we get to see some of these storylines really develop. I’m excited for this season in particular since the sixth book hasn’t come out yet, which means no one knows what is going to happen. AKA no spoilers and no smug friends being all like I already know who’s going to die because I read the book. You know who I’m talking about. Anyway, without further ado, here are the highlights from our Game of Thrones premiere party!

First, the food and drink…

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For cocktails, we served two different themed drinks. One was the Blood of the Dragon, which was vodka, cranberry juice, pomegranate juice and a splash of grenadine. The second was the Lannister Lion, which featured bourbon, ginger beer, and a splash of lemon. We served the drinks in these awesome gold goblets I found at Party City. I printed some house sigils onto cardstock and used them for drink markers.

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Here is the view of our bar area. In addition to the cocktails we also had red wine, for the Cersei fans out there.

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Our food selection was all about the puns. I found some of these on Pinterest, and came up with a couple of my own. I’m all about a good pun, so puns, Game of Thrones, and snacks were maybe my favorite ever.

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We had some Imp Shrimp Cocktail…

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Molten Gold Crown cheese dip…

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The King’s Landing Cheese Board…

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And Sansa’s Lemon Cakes…

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In terms of party hosting, this one was pretty easy because all of the food was store bought and most of the decor was stuff I already had, namely lots and lots of candles. I did pick up some extra candles at the dollar store, along with some extra metal trays. For added entertainment during the premiere, I came up with Game of Thrones Bingo. I made a list of common occurrences on the show, like swordfight, someone dies, etc. Each person filled in their bingo card with their chosen phrases and then marked them off as they happened during the show. Surprisingly, no one actually got bingo!

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I was able to print all of the signage pretty easily at home by downloading the Game of Thrones font. This was probably my favorite sign…

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I had never hosted or been to a show premiere party before and I was a little apprehensive about how it would work out, but everyone had fun and it was cool to watch the show with other like-minded Game of Thrones fans. Plus, I had a ton of fun putting everything together, and as a bonus, got to learn all about how awesome Google Chromecast and HBONow are! Are you a Game of Thrones fan? What did you think about the premiere?

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