Now that April is over, it only makes sense that I do my April favorites post now. That’s how this works, in case you haven’t figured that out. 😉 Anyway, as is usually the case for me, I combined some things that are completely new to me this month, and things that I may have had or used for a while but didn’t really start using more frequently until this past month.
Here they are, in no particular order. Continue reading “April Favorites”
Oh, March, you confused month of freezing cold and heat. It’s been as low as 32°F and as high as 84°F and that doesn’t include wind chill or heat index (each of which got down to the 20s and up to the 90s, respectively). That doesn’t mean I haven’t don’t have a nice handful of new favorites, though! So many (okay, only seven) that I can make March it’s own list instead of combining it with another month! What?! I know. It’s crazy.
Anyway, here they are, y’all. Here are my favorites of March 2018. Continue reading “March Favorites”
I will be honest with you: my interest in rosé came out of my love for the color pink and promises of a semi-sweet wine with hints of berry flavors. I’m not much of a wine drinker, but I do love a good cider, so when I saw that cider companies were putting out rosé ciders, I knew I had to try it. Continue reading “Partners in Wine: Rosé All Day”
January was a short month as far as new favorite products go, so I figured combining January and February would work better. Here’s my random list of favorites from the last two months. Continue reading “January/February Favorites”
There are times when I’m craving comfort and want nothing more than to watch one of these movies and curl up on the couch or in bed for a shot of familiarity. Most of my comfort movies are from my childhood/teen years, or they’re ones I watched or mutually enjoyed with my mom. Some are ones that I identify with or that just seem so cozy. Either way, sometimes movie nights are best done with movies that you already know will bring you peace and make you happy.
Continue reading “My Favorite Comfort Movies”