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Five Favorite Finds on My Radar This Week

Annie, Mary Ann, and I all do some version of our weekly favorites.  We thought it would be fun to join forces and feature them on Sunday. This will be a new series that you will find in your inbox every Sunday. Welcome to Five Favorite Finds on my Radar this week.  If you have anything that caught your eye that you would like to share please do.  

Did you read Vicki Archer’s post Do We Place Value in the Best Way? Vicki is a wonderful writer and always inspires.

Vicki Archer Value Post

My lips get so dry (especially now that I am wearing my mask lipstick). Do yours? I purchased this Buxom Lip Scrub a few weeks back.  I don’t use it as it is meant but have found that it is a fabulous treatment at bedtime. If I apply this before bed my lips are good to go in the a.m.  Highly recommend! 

buxom lip scrub


Design Chic featured this gorgeous St. Simons Island Stunner by one of my fav designers Beth Webb, this week from Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles

St Simons Island Home Design Chic for Atlanta Homes

I made this salad for Elizabeth’s birthday party and everyone loved it. You can find the recipe here. I made it again this weekend at the lake as it was over 100.  I serve it as a salad over bib lettuce as the main course.

ceviche salad

Walmart is really upping their home decor game.  I love these appetizer plates by Drew Barrymore.  At $16 for four you can update your tablescape without breaking the bank.

tropical toile appetizer plates Drew Barrymore for Walmart

Well, that’s it for my Five Favorite Finds on my radar this week. What caught your eye, or is on your mind this week?  Be sure and stop by Classic Casual Home, and Most Lovely Things where the;y will be sharing what caught their eye this week. Have a great week!



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  2. Roberta says

    The salad looks delicious but when I clicked on the link it took me to the ceviche recipe.

  3. Heidi says

    Hi Cindy,
    I made the grilled artichoke and aioli recipe a few days ago, it was so good and a hit with the family! I had forgotten how delicious grilling them is, adding mint to the aioli really added some zing! I will try the ceviche, but with white fish because I’m allergic to shell fish.
    I’ve always loved cooking, but after preparing three meals a day for the last four months I’ve been looking for inspiration and ways to expand my regular repertoire!
    XO Heidi

  4. Karen B. says

    What a fun new series. I need some lip scrubber since I don’t put much on my lips due to the mask, I find chapped lips seem to be an issue. The salad looks delicious. And I loved the Beth Webb home featured in Atlanta Homes.

  5. LA CONTESSA says

    I made another version yesterday with shrimp and cucumbers!
    THAT is NOT always the case in my CASA!!

    • Cindy Hattersley says

      We love it! We eat it on hot days. Add crisp tortillas and it makes a meal!

  6. Ginger says

    The salad sounds delicious and I love the way you served it with the lettuce and avocado, perfect!

    • Cindy Hattersley says

      Hi Francesca
      So glad you enjoyed it. I always appreciate your sweet comments!

  7. Carol s. says

    Are the scallops cooked? Didn’t see that but looks yummy. Dry lips here too, will check our link. Thank you!

  8. Annie Diamond says

    I always love your finds, Cindy! Those plates from Walmart look more like Anthro! Can’t wait to read Vicki Archer’s post! Clicking over now!

    • Cindy Hattersley says

      Hi Annie
      I thought so too! Vicki always inspires me. Wish I had her gift for writing!!

    • Cindy Hattersley says

      You will love it Celia. It is easy, fresh and great for a hot day. Especially once you move to North Carolina!

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