1. What are your pantry staples?
Pasta in various forms (I always have rotini and a long skinny noodle like spaghetti or linguine) and rice. Gotta have my starchy carbs!
2. What are your refrigerator staples?
Juice, always. I try to keep a jar of pasta sauce in there too to go along with my pantry staples.
3. You already look like Heidi Klum (or your favorite supermodel). Now, what are the top three non-physical things you would change about yourself?
Better public speaking skills (a.k.a., I will no long go red and break out into a nervous sweat), I’d be more thrifty and I’d be dirrrrty rich! (Come on, who wouldn’t like more money?)
4. What’s holding you back from your dream job? (If you already have your dream job, how did you get there?)
Lack of movement within the company and lack of experience. I know one day I’ll get there though!
5. You have $500 to spend but it has to be on one item only. Go.
Kitchen table. Easy.
6. What is something that you are embarrassed to admit you buy on a regular basis?
I don’t think there’s anything I buy on a regular basis that’s embarrassing. I’ve made a couple of non-regular purchases recently that are awkward, but I shall not mention them because they’re a secret. Oh – I did start buying Proactive (you know, that skin-care line that celebrities hawk?). I’m still up in the air on whether or not it’s actually working though. My hormones are too much of a mess right now to tell.
7. What’s in/on your bed every night?
Other than myself, that’s about it. Daphne sleeps on the bed when Kyle’s not home, but don’t tell Kyle that ;)
8. What is a non-necessity item that, no matter how expensive it gets or how tight your budget if, you will always find room for it?
Costco membership. Always. It’s like, $60/year for a basic membership and buying in bulk saves SO MUCH MONEY. I love Costco to pieces.
9. What is the weirdest sandwich you’ve ever made?
When I was little I would make butter and Nestle chocolate milk powder sandwiches. Gross, right? What the hell was I thinking?
10. Would you rather: Be banned from Pinterest forever, but gain a million captive Twitter followers; or, never get on Facebook again but gain five thousand blog readers?
Oh the popularity! I guess I’ll go with being banned from Pinterest, because at least I can still Google stuff. That’s the way we did it before Pinterest, right? Right!
What are your household pantry or fridge staples? Do you have a Costco membership? (Or something similar?)