A Look Back on January (Picture Heavy!)

Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Can you believe January is almost over? The first month of the year flew by, and I'm not complaining because these frigid winter months aren't my favorite... but we're making the most of it so far. I thought I'd share a few highlights from the beginning of 2019:

We kicked off the year by having an appetizers-for-dinner meal, tossing around balloons, doing an early Netflix countdown, and exploding some confetti poppers (see the, um, evidence below) -- I swear we'll be finding confetti until we move out someday.

I celebrated the holidays and cheers'ed to a new year with my wonderful work team.

We did some light reading. ;) (But, really, I did finish one book, The Wife Between Us

We got together for my big brother's birthday and enjoyed cake & good company.

I went to tea with my momma and our friends (and had the yummiest lunch ever).

It snowed! And the girls loved every second of it.

I flew through the second season of Friends From College, YOU on Netflix (so creepy but so good), we watched the FYRE festival documentary, rented The Equalizer 2 (I love Denzel anything), and have been keeping up with The Bachelor, This Is Us, and the new season of Shark Tank. One of the only good parts of winter: good tv! 

We played with friends! 

We attended a benefit at a bakery in my hometown for our dear friends, and it was an amazing success.

We organized! Steve re-oriented our basement (that is mid-reorganization below... those diaper boxes are all outgrown clothes from the girls, yikes!) and I tackled the girls' closets and my own. We have about a million bags ready for donation!

This gorgeous and impy girl turned 2.5. She has her "two" days, but she's mostly super sweet, playful, and cuddly. Love her so very much.

We've had to get creative with indoor play with all of the cold weather, so the other day we built a boat and said we were setting sail for a new land. ;) I sort of wish it was true!

And that brings us to February! We're looking forward to Valentine's Day, Steve's birthday, my mom's birthday, and other family and friend's birthdays -- lots of celebrating to come in the month ahead, and we are here. for. it. 

Hope your January treated you well!

My Home Work Space

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Maybe it's just me, but I always enjoy peeks into the spaces in people's homes that make them happiest. Even though this little corner of our kitchen, which I created as a work space and "command center," doesn't get as much use as I would like (I often end up plopping down on the couch or working from bed, since I work from home and at odd hours), I love it oh so much. It's bright and cozy at the same time and houses all of my favorite office products (cards, notebooks, various paper). Plus, the bulletin boards (which are actually two bulletin boards from Homegoods that my husband made into one big one) shows off things that make me happy -- photos of people I love, sayings, cards that I switch out, etc. The desk is from Target and the chair can be found here (I love how, because it's acrylic, it doesn't overwhelm the small space -- and it's more comfy than it looks!).

That marble white board houses our weekly menu, the letter sorter (old from CB2, but similar here) holds thank you notes, stamps, work stationary, and timely things like invitations for events coming up. Next to is it our address stamper, which I love and makes life so easy. 

I love this little paper weekly planner I found at Target a while ago -- it's actually where I jot my blog post ideas for the week. And that photo is of my parents as teenagers, one of my very favorite touches. Oh, and here is the acrylic pen holder in the photo below.

Hope you enjoy this glimpse into my tiny office space! Do you have a work space in your home? I'd love to hear where it is and what you like best about it.

Weekend Recap + This Week's Menu

Monday, January 28, 2019

Mornin, friends! How was your weekend?

Ours was mostly low-key, with a dash of productive, which I really needed after what felt like an unproductive week last week. We did lots of playing, I had brunch with a friend, C went to a birthday party, I sorted the girls' closets (and my own!), and yesterday we were able to get outside for a little, which was so nice. We took a walk and the girls played in the yard for a while while I did some front porch scheming -- I'm already thinking spring! Our front porch is such a blank slate, and though I was wanting a porch swing, I think we're going to end up going with rocking chairs. I can't wait!

Last night we went out for Italian and took a little stroll through town, and then had a movie night. The new Grinch is so darn cute. The girls giggle through it, and I have to admit that I might like it as much as they do. ;)

Here's our easy menu for the week:

Monday - Crockpot meat sauce with shells & broccoli

Tuesday - Leftover pasta & broccoli

Wednesday - Beef & wild rice casserole, salad

Thursday - Homemade pizza, carrot sticks on the side

Friday - Grilled cheese & rosemary fries

Saturday - Out

Hope you have a great start to your week!

Friday Favorites: Lucky Finds

Friday, January 25, 2019

It's already Friday? 

I should be happy, but this week was one where I could never seem to make a real dent in the to-do list. Do you have days, weeks (hell, months) like that too? In any case, I didn't want to head into the weekend without checking in one more time here.

Speaking of the weekend, any fun plans? Tomorrow I'm meeting a girlfriend who I haven't seen in a long time for brunch, which I'm really looking forward to, and then racing home to take C to a classmate's birthday party. We have a birthday party on the schedule each weekend for at least the next month -- I guess January and February are popular times to have babies! But, hey, we're all about celebrating. :)

On Sunday I plan to pick up groceries for the week and maybe take C rollerskating for the first time. We plan to go iceskating too at some point this winter, but I thought it might be fun to try rollerskating since she's never been. We'll see where we end up!

On to a few favorites on this sunny Friday:

-World Market has all their holiday marked to 79 cents. I am not too far past Christmas (believe me) to want all of the things! Like this, this, and this.

-Have any of you tried Rothy's shoes? They are apparently super comfortable (I would hope so with that price tag!), but what I love is that they are actually made from recycled plastic. To date, they've taken 20 million plastic water bottles that would have been in a land fill and turned them into cute shoes!

-I am going to take a brush lettering class (two of them, actually!) and I'm super excited. It feels indulgent to spend money on an "activity" for myself, but it's something I've wanted to do for a long time and I'm excited to try it. Maybe I'll even make some art prints or something using what I learn -- you guys know I love my "pretty words." :)

-April at Smidge of This, who has been through an awful lot and is one of the most inspirational and strong women I've come across, wrote a letter to 2019 on her blog this week and it will put everything into perspective for you. I pray this year is gentle on her family, and full of joy.

-Speaking of posts worth reading, this post by Joanna Goddard (Cup of Jo) is everything. I have long struggled with anxiety at the thought of death, probably earlier than most due to my loss of a parent as a little girl. I felt understood reading this. 

-Ending on a light note, C made this craft in preschool the other week and we just brought it home to hang up. They tied this activity into MLK day, and I thought it was just a really sweet and simple thing to do. 

Wishing you a cozy weekend! 

Weekend Recap + This Week's Menu

Monday, January 21, 2019

I'm not counting this weekend recap as late because it was, for us, a long weekend... so technically it's not even over yet. ;) C and Steve had off today. Good thing, too, because the temperatures were frigid so nobody felt like leaving the house anyway!

We had a pretty good couple of days. On Saturday morning we attended a benefit at a bakery back in my hometown for one of my dearest friend's two year old son, who has battled cancer and other health issues over the past year. The strength and bravery of both he and his parents is astounding. I mean, really. You take one of the very worst circumstances you can think of -- an unthinkable diagnosis and health challenges for this little boy -- and instead of crumbling, this family rose up. It filled my heart to see their community helping them do that.

Sunday was a lazy day, complete with naps, a movie, and breakfast for dinner. Anyone like breakfast for dinner better than breakfast for breakfast, like I do? We had scrambled eggs, bacon, and pancakes with blueberries on top. I did run out to Homesense just for a change of scenery. It's been a while since I wandered a home store and, with the new year and all of this Marie Kondo-ing, I felt inspired.

Today we picked up groceries and did a lot of playing. My girls constantly want to play pretend, so at any given moment I am either a pretend gymnastics coach, a prince, a queen, a kid, a "mommy snake" (?) get the picture. They already have me booked tomorrow morning to play restaurant -- C is hoping to cook up the "best beignets, like Tiana." I wouldn't change it for the world, but also if you wanted to engage me in an adult conversation about pretty much anything, I wouldn't turn ya down. I painted my nails for the first time in a while (bringing back frosted polish, y'all!).

One last thing! TV shows. I mentioned Marie Kondo and I know so many of you are big fans and implementing her ideas -- if that's you, I'd love to hear how it's going! I've only watched one episode so far but I can see the appeal. Steve and I also watched the documentary on Netflix about the FYRE festival this weekend (ok, I fell asleep toward the end), but what I saw was really interesting. I also finished YOU on Netflix this weekend and... you just need to watch it if you haven't already. So creepily and weirdly addictive. Lastly on the TV front, is it just me or is this season of The Bachelor just so blah? I mean I know it's not typically riveting stuff, but I'm usually entertained and I barely know what's going on this time around. Anyone else?

On to this week's menu:

Monday - Pizza & salad

Tuesday - Zuppa toscana soup in the crockpot

Wednesday - Tacos with Spanish rice, corn

Thursday - Sheet pan garlic parmesan chicken with roasted brussels & sweet potatoes

Friday - Leftovers

Saturday - Out

(Linking up with Biana!)

Friday Favorites: Lucky Finds

Friday, January 18, 2019

Mornin', friends, and happy Friday! I can't believe this is the third round of Lucky Finds, which means we're already THREE Fridays into the New Year. 

Any fun weekend plans? It's forecasted to snow around here (although, who knows what will really happen) so we don't have anything big on the agenda. Hopefully one of my favorite types of weekends is in store: relaxing, yet productive. I'm sure the girls will want to head outside to play with the white fluffy stuff! ;)

Here are this week's Lucky Finds:

-I know I've shared about these Target bins here already, but I finally got mine and they're awesome -- the perfect size for storing smaller toys (we put Barbies/accessories into one and doll accessories into the other), and easily accessible for kids. Love them!

-I started a new show on Netflix (am I the last one to start this?) called You. Ooooh boy, I am hooked. It stars Penn Badgley as this creepy yet oddly charming stalker who becomes obsessed with a girl he's interested in. If you need a new show to binge, I recommend this one!

-Speaking of Netflix binges, has anyone watched the new season of Friends From College? I know I talked about it briefly here before, but this is another one of my favorites. I liked the first season better, but the second season still had me laughing out loud.

-This isn't really lucky, but did you mommas see Gymboree and Crazy 8 filed for bankruptcy and are closing their doors? Ugh! I'm so bummed. I'm sure they're going to have some crazy sales over the next few weeks, though, so keep an eye out. Sigh.

-I ordered these Vince Camuto booties from Macy's while they were on super sale, with a gift card my mom gave me for Christmas. I think they'll go with so much and am so excited to get them next week! 

-Making my favorite chicken enchilada soup recipe for dinner tonight (which will hopefully give us leftovers for tomorrow's dinner... especially if we're snowed in). If you haven't tried it, it's the easiest crockpot recipe ever and you need to give it a shot.

Wishing you a wonderful weekend, whether it's snowy or sunny where you are!

Valentine's Goodies Worth Loving

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Valentine's Day gets a raw deal, in my opinion. Everyone sort of side eyes it and calls it a "hallmark holiday" -- but, really, in the middle of the cold and dark winter isn't it nice to have an excuse to celebrate something as warm as love? 

Whether you have a valentine or will use the day to celebrate your girlfriends or your awesome self, I rounded up a few goodies that deserve all the heart-eyed emojis (all are linked if you're in a shopping mood!).
1. No-show sock set: Not sure about you, but I can always use more socks -- especially the no-show type which is perfect for winter booties and spring slip-ons. These adorable heart ones are the perfect pair (no pun intended). ;)

2. Yeti mug: I got a Yeti tumbler for Steve and my brother -- in fact, they've been a go-to gift lately! Steve is so impressed with his, and I absolutely love this mug version for keeping coffee hot for so long. (Mommas who re-heat the same cup of coffee throughout the day, you feel me?)

3. Gift book: I love this little book! You fill in details about the recipient in the pages, which turns it into a really sweet, personal gift (at a great price point!). 

4. Bobbi Brown lip tintI received this as part of a gift set and have used it every day since. What's cool about this sleek little stick is that it goes on really sheer, and the shade adjusts to every skin tone to look like your lips, but better. It's moisturizing and just enough subtle color.

5. Sleep shirt: This is my exact favorite type of pajama. I love a good sleep shirt, but I need long sleeves because I hate my arms being cold at night. How pretty is this light pink option (with over 200 great reviews)? Also, perfect for nursing moms. 

How do you celebrate Valentine's Day? 

Weekend Recap + Re-Introductions + This Week's Menu

Monday, January 14, 2019

Happy Monday (better late than never)! How was your weekend? 

Saturday was spent at a tea with my mom and some friends -- I had the tastiest prime rib sandwich with onion jam and sweet potato fries (and a white chocolate cranberry scone... go big or go home, right?). Oh, and tea! ;) Isn't the place we go the cutest? All stone and big windows. It makes me dream of opening up a similar spot someday.

I wore this tank, which goes with everything, and speaking of things that go with everything... I haven't taken this necklace off since Christmas Day. 

Sunday turned into a snow day, which my little girlfriends were thrilled about. This is them taking in the scene as they woke up (in matching robes!). We had a cozy day of playing inside and outside, watching Finding Dory, hot chocolate and warm comfort foods. Even the pup enjoyed it.

There are some new faces around here lately, so I thought it would be fun to get to know each other a little better with a little Q&A. Here are some questions for you -- answer them in the comments, if you have a minute! I'd love to learn more about you. My answers are below.

1. Where do you call home?

2. What jobs have you held, and what do you do now?

3. What is a secret (or not so secret) talent you have?

4. What accomplishment are you most proud of from the past year?

5. What is one concert or show you'd love to see?

6. What type of person attracts you (not romantically, just generally)?

7. What is something you can't stop daydreaming about?

8. If you could eat one meal for the rest of your life, what would it be?

9. Favorite place to go on vacation?

10. What's something that is calming to you?


1. Where do you call home? I was born in New York, lived in Allentown (PA) for a couple of toddler years, and grew up in Ephrata, PA, which is a small town just outside of Lancaster, PA (Amish country). I moved from that area in 2010 and have been living in New Jersey ever since. I still call Lancaster home, but where we currently live feels like home after all these years, too. I love both places.

2. What jobs have you held, and what do you do now? My first job was working in CVS Pharmacy. After that I worked at Babies R Us, and then worked at a leather shop for years during college. My first job out of college was a full-time paid internship in the Public Relations department of Auntie Anne's pretzels. From there, I worked for a couple of years at an advertising/marketing agency in the catalog department (lots of proofreading, photoshoot coordinating, and picking up lunches for people), and I have been in my current position as a Book Publicist for 7 years (!).

3. What is a secret (or not so secret) talent you have? I have a really good memory, and have always been able to memorize song lyrics really fast. So, basically, you can find me rapping or rocking out in my car 90% of the time.

4. What accomplishment are you most proud of from the past year? Does keeping the tiny humans alive count? Haha, but really, I think it's just finding the groove with our family and everyone's busy schedules, nourishing my kids with food and love. 

5. What is one concert or show you want to see? So hard to pick just one! I've always wanted to see Coldplay in concert, but I think they're touring in Europe this year, so that'll have to wait. ;) I'd love to see Pentatonix during the holiday season... I feel like it would be so magical.

6. What type of person attracts you? I am drawn to people with a good sense of humor, who are authentic. I really appreciate people who are open books like me, and aren't afraid to talk about almost anything. 

7. What is something you can't stop daydreaming about? Opening my own business someday. :) 

8. If you could eat one meal for the rest of your life, what would it be? Eggplant parmesan is my favorite. I could also survive happily on cereal and popcorn. ;) #carbqueen

9. Favorite place to go on vacation? I'm a beach girl. I love everything about being by the shore: the sounds, smells, relaxed vibes, the warm sun. I love the perspective the seemingly endless ocean gives. We vacation in Avalon each year and it's one of my happy places, for sure.

10. What's something that is calming to you? My sweet senior golden retriever girl, Layla. She's such a steady and loyal presence. I love her so.

Can't wait to read your answers, if you'd like to share them!


This Week's Menu

Monday - Kielbasa, mac & cheese, corn (the kids will love this!)

Tuesday - Pepperjack burgers with chips and guac

Wednesday - "Picking" night (cereal, leftovers, grilled you ever do this?)

Thursday - Chicken enchilada soup, with salad

Friday - Leftovers

Saturday - Out

(Linking up with Lindsay!)

Friday Favorites: Lucky Finds

Friday, January 11, 2019

TGIF! This week really felt like the first "normal" one since long before the holidays. I am back to work actively after a nice quiet period in December, preschool's in session, Steve's back to work full force. It's safe to say this weekend is very, very welcomed!

Speaking of, what are your weekend plans? Tomorrow I'm heading to my hometown for a little mother-daughter tea with my mom and her friends/their daughters. It's a tradition we used to uphold every single year, but then life got busy for everyone and we've sort of let it slip, so I'm happy to be picking up where we left off this year! Plus, the place we go is the cutest.

Today, I'm excited for another round of Friday Favorites: Lucky Finds! Here are some things I've been loving:

Guess which billionaire doesn't get her nails done? This one. Love following her IG!

Spotted this cute, starry wrap dress in Target (better in person, trust me!).

I got this book for my mom for Christmas and she's going to lend it to me when she's done... can't wait to read it. Have you?

This homemade meat sauce is a winner! Everyone cleaned their plate.

Are you a digital or paper planner type person? Or don't you use one at all (if that's you, please message me and explain yourself! haha)? This has been my go-to brand for years -- cute, clean layout, and affordable.

And speaking of planning, I know many of you were wanting to try weekly meal planning and this $4 dry erase board would make it so much easier!

Did you watch The Bachelor? Here is Jimmy Kimmel's prediction on who will be the last woman standing (apparently he has accurately predicted 5 out of 6 seasons so far!).

Hope you have a great weekend! 

(Linking up with A Little Bit of Everything)

New Year's Resolutions: 4 Tips to Make Yours Stick (For Real This Time)

Thursday, January 10, 2019

When it comes to New Year's resolutions, everyone seems to have a different opinion: some swear by them, some swear they'll never work, and some are just indifferent. There are also so many different ways to make resolutions: list out goals for the year, come up with a word of the year to focus on/define your next 365 days, make a game plan, do the "less of/more of" approach. 

So, what do you do?

I always make resolutions for the new year, in some form, on December 31st... and I've tried most of the styles above. Last year I went with the "less of/more of" approach (one of my favorite bloggers actually recently blogged about this method), and I must admit -- it was a really good year. But I'm not sure it's because of my resolutions and how I made them. In fact, I listed things like "more water/less caffeine" and failed miserably, haha. For me, making specific goals is what seems to really motivate me.

Looking back on 2018, I think it was a good year because I decided, day by day, month by month, what I wanted and just kept moving toward it. Were there hard moments? Of course. There was illness, some personal struggles and funks, loss. There was heartbreak and there were tears shed. But those times were always followed by picking myself up and refocusing, "keeping in the sunlight" as Benjamin Franklin once said.

Based on all the ways I've tried to make resolutions and what has/hasn't worked for me, I have a few tips that might help if you're the resolution-making type:

Don't expect perfection: You shouldn't lower the standards of your dreams. I think you should always set the bar high -- that big dream is what will keep you reaching. But the day to day stuff? Things are going to happen. If we expect things to always be smooth sailing, we're going to be let down. And when we feel let down, we're more likely to give up altogether. I know all of this from experience, friends -- my personality loves for things to go according to plan. But I've learned, from motherhood more than anything, that that's simply not real life. So I've intentionally tried to loosen my grip on the idea of perfection, and ultimately, I'm happier because of it!

Just keep moving: I suspect one of the reasons people don't like resolutions is because, once we inevitably don't stick to one (because we're human), we feel like it's a total loss. Not true! The thing is: it's not all or nothing! And the end result isn't going to fall into our lap the day after we start. Whether it be exercising, working toward a financial goal, going after your dream job, being a better friend or mother -- just take little steps every single day, and don't stop moving. There were so many days I didn't necessarily feel like blogging (Is anyone reading? Does anyone care? We all have these thoughts!), but I knew if I stopped, I might never start again. And I love this too much to give up on it.

Personalize your goal: When it comes to resolutions, one size is not fits all. Sure, we can all jot "get healthy" down on a piece of paper and hope it happens, but it's simply not going to if we don't figure out what it will take to make it happen. So: what do you enjoy? Apply whatever the answer to that is to what you want to accomplish. This has been working well for me with working out (like most people, exercising more is on my list of resolutions year after year). First, I stopped trying to figure out the most affordable gym and fretting about the childcare there and bought a $100 treadmill from Facebook marketplace. We put it in the basement and... it sat there. But at the end of the year, we made a little play space in the basement for the kids, and I also discovered a couple of podcasts I really like. So now I can hop on the treadmill for 30 minutes while the kids play next to me, and I put on a podcast episode. By the time the episode is finished, I feel like I've had an inspirational (and much-needed!) adult conversation, and I've squeezed in a workout. Win, win.

Allow room for discovery: When we have our sights so set on a particular handful of goals, we can miss what's happening in the moment. And it might just be that what's happening in the moment is greater than any goal we could have set for ourselves. For instance, in 2018 -- and this sounds kind of silly for some reason, but I'm dead serious -- I discovered a love for cooking. That wasn't on my radar, but because of something that was -- meal planning -- I found out that I really enjoyed finding new recipes, making them, and feeding my little family. There's something therapeutic about the cooking, and the end result is so satisfying. Or maybe I'm just getting old. ;) Either way... I discovered something new about myself and that's pretty fun.

What would you add that's worked for you? I'd love to hear, and would love to know some of your biggest goals, hopes, and dreams for the year ahead. Here's to the best one yet!

Weekend Recap + This Week's Menu

Monday, January 7, 2019

Good Monday afternoon (evening?)! How was your weekend? 

Ours was a good one. We celebrated my older brother's upcoming birthday with a little dinner and cake on Saturday and on Sunday we tackled taking down Christmas. I almost put it off another weekend, but the mood struck so we decided to just go with it. As sad as I was (I am all in favor of twinkle lights year-round), I have to admit our house feels about 25% bigger. Also, am I the only one who can't remember how I decorated pre-Christmas decor? I couldn't figure out how I had things, ha! 

On Friday night I did a quick run to Old Navy and Barnes & Noble after the girls were in bed. Old Navy's sales are unreal right now. I scored these four (yes, four) pairs of shoes for $25 TOTAL. I had been looking for black sneakers for a while but not wanting to spend a lot on them, and these rang out at $10. The flats were $7, and each of the slip-on pairs for C were about $4.50 a pair, and I feel like they will transition well to spring. It might be worth a trip, friends!

I also picked up a new book using a gift card I got for Christmas (thanks momma), The Wife Between Us. I'd heard a lot of buzz about this book and I was craving a thriller/mystery that would suck me in, which it did. I'd say they took a bit too long to get to the twists and the character development could have been a little better, but all in all I enjoyed it and devoured it within 48 hours -- so if you're looking for some solid entertainment, check it out.

Speaking of entertainment, are you going to tune into the new Bachelor tonight? It's one of those shows that I just can't quit. I love that it's something to look forward to zoning out to on cold, wintery Monday nights. If you're watching, we'll have to discuss!

What's on the menu this week at your place? Here's ours:

Monday - Rotisserie chicken, mashed potatoes & corn/brussel sprouts

Tuesday - Fish sticks, rosemary french fries & leftover veggies

Wednesday - Spaghetti with homemade meat sauce & salad 

Thursday - Chicken stir fry with rice & broccoli 

Friday - Leftovers

Saturday - Out

Hope your week is off to a great start. xo

Friday Favorites: Lucky Finds

Friday, January 4, 2019

Happy first Friday of 2019! 

How you do NYE with little ones -- matching pjs, confetti poppers, and a 7pm countdown ;)

Have you emerged from your holiday fog? I am slowly starting to surface from my fried-foods, out-of-office, days-blending-together stupor and it feels good! 

I'm excited for my first Friday post of the year, because it'll take on a new format which I'll be adopting for the rest of the year: Friday Favorites: Lucky Finds. Lucky Finds has been something I've been dreaming of creating a more consistent space for here on the blog, and I figured since I already almost always share my current favorites on Fridays, what better day for it? A great way to end each week, I think. :)

What can you expect from Lucky Finds? Each Friday, I'll be sharing a recap of my favorite things, whether it be clothes, home goods, favorite books, newly-discovered podcasts, a great article, etc. If the "favorite" is able to be linked, I'll do so, so you can enjoy it if you'd like, too!

So, without further ado, the first Lucky Finds of 2019:

-Pretty much the entire J.Crew sale (an extra 40% off clearance) -- I don't need anything and I'm trying to be good about random purchases, but if you have some money or gift cards to spend from the holidays, check out this sale (I'll live vicariously!).

-This beautiful shower curtain (who falls in love with a shower curtain? A 31 year old, that's who!) from H&M. I love their home line!

-If you're a fellow blogger and you haven't checked out the Influencer podcast, you should! Lots of great, authentic, inspirational info. I've been listening while on the treadmill and I feel like I'm having a (productive, fun) convo with a friend.

-I'm having a moment with hats (wanting all of them - maybe because it's so freaking cold out?), especially bright, cheery striped ones like this one and this one.

-We played this game at my work holiday party last night and, omg, it was so funny. If you're looking for a new game to try with family/friends, pick this up!

PS: I'll be sharing a motivational thought each day over in my stories in IG. I have a private account, so just shoot me a request if you're interested in following along. 

PPS: Don't forget to look out for the January Women Who Inspire profile coming toward the end of the month. Can't wait to introduce you all to another truly inspirational lady!
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