Presidents’ Day Weekend: Master Sales Post

Hi there! Who is shopping this weekend? I’ve done some already but wanted to make sure I shared all of the deals with you guys. Most sales continue through tomorrow, but some end tonight! See below for all of the details and, as usual, click on any image to open the retail site in a […]

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A Poem for World Cancer Day

Hi all, Today is World Cancer Day, so I wanted to share a poem I wrote about fighting cancer. Like many others, my family is all too familiar with the nasty disease. My younger sister was diagnosed in November 2020, and I wrote this poem based on conversations I’d had with her and with my […]

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A Review of My January 2021 Reads

Hey all, As you know if you saw my Book Jar post from a couple of weeks ago, I’m setting out to read at least 40 books in 2021. I’ve already gotten off to a good start this first month, and I wanted to share a little bit about each of the books I read. […]

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The Best Cold-Weather Boots and Booties Under $100

Happy February! We’re certainly starting this month of with some wintery fun! As of this morning, we’ve got around over a foot of snow and it’s still coming down full force. I’ve mentioned previously that winter is my favorite season, so I’m loving this weather. In addition to the snow and colder temps, I love […]

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Valentine’s Day 2021 Outfit Ideas

Hey there! February is right around the corner, and so is Valentine’s Day. Valentine’s Day is one of my favorite holidays (it was even before I got married) because it’s a day dedicated to celebrating love and appreciating those who you love. What better way to spend a day? Joe and I always stay in […]

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My 2021 Book Jar…with a Twist

Hi all, My blog was definitely lacking in book-related posts last year, but I’ve already got some great bookish things planned for 2021! First off, I’m going to be doing something I saw on Pinterest years ago, but that I always forget to actually start at the beginning of a new year. It’s called a […]

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