I'd by lying to say that I have my decorating ideas mapped out, but I do have some things that I am considering trying out later this month and early in October.
I am so excited that it is September, because that means that fall will be here before we know it. It's time for pumpkin picking, apple everything, and of course, Halloween.
So, I can't say that I'm a foodie, but I am starting to think about simple things that I want to bake a cook within the next few months.
I don't know about you, but I always felt more motivated in class when I had really cool school supplies. Having a sparkly notebook for my boring classes or a really cool pen for my English class made me excited to go to school (sort of).
This year, I have been trying my best to pick out my clothes out the night before. But after a while, I feel like I am wearing the same old thing.
When I was younger, I absolutely hated history and everything related to it. To me, history was reading about dead guys and the government from a textbook that I couldn't stand carrying with me. The only thing that I wanted was a "B" so that I could be seen as a decent student in the class, and that was enough for me.
Bags are one of my biggest weaknesses…and I firmly believe that you can never own too many. Whether it’s a handbag or a cross body (my favorite!), there is a bag for every season and every occasion. A few of my deal breakers for bags are that it’s easy to wear, holds all of my junk, and looks great with almost every outfit. With that said, here are three of my favorite spring/summer bags: Kate Spade My Momma got me this bag about a year or two ago and I love to use it whenever I can! It’s the perfect bag for a day out in the summer time or…
I was even more excited when my Mom gave me a lavender colored shirt! Although, I soon realized that styling it is far from easy because it is actually a pretty bold color.
One of the things that my family and I always change is our wreaths. This time, I volunteered to make it ...