Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Friday Feelings: Terracotta Tones & Home Decor

I don't know what it is about the end of the year that makes me fall in love with all things burnt orange and mustard yellow.

Long before the season changes from summer and long after autumn passes into winter, I will be clinging to the warm terracotta tones of the season that everyone tosses aside. But, for now, I'll revel in the abundance of rust colored inspo pictures I'm finding all over Pinterest.

Mustard yellow and gold for Boho Chick living room decor ideas

It's not that I don't appreciate the crisp winter whites & evergreen touches to come, but they feel more specifically seasonal than my favorite rusty browns and mustard touches.


Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Big Sister Advice... a message to a younger me

Growing up is hard.

I've always been pretty sensible, and can usually see life in the context of the Big Picture, but the days and weeks and months that make up my evolution are still challenging.

In middle school I could feel like my world was ending over friend drama, but still recognize that those moments would likely mean very little to me when I was dancing the night away with new friends in college or walking down the aisle towards the love of my life.

That didn't stop me from feeling everything, but it did keep me from taking myself too seriously. Still, there are a lot of things I would tell the middle school version of me if I could.


Saturday, March 30, 2019

Cherry Blossoms in Washington D.C.

We tried our luck in late March and booked a last minute trip to D.C. in hopes of catching the famed cherry blossoms in peak bloom.

Let's just say we should've hit Vegas with our luck, because spring had sprung just in time.


Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Winter Weekend in London, Part 3 | Brighton & Seven Sisters Cliffs

There was one last thing on our bucket list for our little London getaway, and it included an escape from the city altogether.


Friday, March 1, 2019

Winter Weekend in London, Part 2

Supported by a night of dancing, the jet lag hit us hard and we slept soundly through the night, feeling ready and refreshed on our first full day in London.


Saturday, February 23, 2019

Winter Weekend in London, Part 1

Living in Florida, I hear a lot of people tell me that they're visiting to shake off the winter blues from their home up north. The gray skies can wear you down, and the cold leaves you feeling permanently exhausted, so why not escape to a little sunshine.


Saturday, February 16, 2019

Three Great Things To Do in Boston this Spring [That Aren't the Freedom Trail]

I spent just a few days in Boston, tackling most of the historic sights of the freedom trail in just one afternoon. With a bit of time on my hands I sought out a few off the beaten path items to check out.


Friday, February 8, 2019

Five Things To Make 2019 Better

A lot of things pass through my life without doing much for me, but there's a handful that have proved themselves useful or joyful (or both!) and I think they're worth mentioning.

In the era of Marie Kondo and her Konmari method for joy, I'm trying to focus more on keeping just the good things, and these five all prove to do that.


Friday, January 18, 2019

Friday Feelings: Plants, Plants, Plants

Let's be honest: plant lady is the new cat lady.

It’s no secret we love adding plants to our indoor spaces. Every room in our apartment is full of everything from small cactus and succulents to hanging plants and indoor trees. We’re not exactly sure where our love for bringing the outdoors in began, but thinking back on it a bit, it most likely had …
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Sunday, January 6, 2019

A Weekend in New York [Beekman Farm, Apple Picking, the City]

With a plan set for a weekend in North Carolina this fall, we couldn't have seen the last minute switch coming. Enter: Tiffani Thiessen's cookbook launch.

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