With the holidays just around the corner, you might have heard (more than once) “What do you want for Christmas?”. There have been years, in the past, where I had no idea what to tell anyone to get me. I don’t know why, but, this year I didn’t seem to have any trouble coming up with a short list of items I own (and already love) or would like to have. And, after hearing that you gals have trouble finding things as well, you convinced me to share a gift guide for the ladies/mamas this year!
I wanted to try and include items at various price points, but y’all, if this is a gift why not spring for something you’ve really been wanting and would never buy for yourself? A few of your family members may even want to go together and purchase one item! So, without further ado….. Continue reading
Calendar wise, Fall is officially here y’all! But lets be real, it’s officially the time of year where you need a sweater in the morning and regret it by 3pm! (and then, need it again by 8pm) So, it’s important to build the foundation of your wardrobe with items that can transition through the temperature fluctuations but also become items that can hold their own into winter! The pieces also need to be versatile enough to use over and over in different ways to create new looks (because, girls, money just doesn’t grow on trees, amiright?!?). So, without further ado, here are my ten transitional Fall wardrobe must haves! Continue reading
Recently, a friend of mine reached out to me and asked if I’d help give her living room a little refresh. My answer was, “OF COURSE!”. Her living room was always beautiful but she expressed wanting to make some changes and updates in order to make the space feel more serene and peaceful. Guys, BLESS this woman, I’ve never done decor or styling in anyone’s home but my own and working with her was so easy and fun! Continue reading
Picture this: A tired mom stumbles out of bed and wakes her school aged kids to start the whole morning routine thing. As she’s gulping down coffee she opens the fridge to see what she can throw together and call breakfast and provide nourishment for their little brains and bodies. There’s a flash of relief when she realizes she has done some semblance of meal prep – or, in actuality, hard boiled a few eggs. She grabs the eggs and then promptly spends the next 10 minutes prying tiny pieces of egg shell off the egg because it desperately wants to remain attached, apparently. And finally, she manages two mangled egg whites and plops them on a plate, thinking, “There’s got to be a better way!”.