This year, 2019, is the 10th anniversary of the year I graduated high school. In fact, I just got a message on Facebook asking that I RSVP by August 1st so they can start finalizing venue options.
This is important information, because the personal evolution that has taken place in the last 10 years is incredible, both in size and the ways in which I have grown as a person.
**Just a warning, this is a pretty lengthy post. Read at your own risk.**
Continue reading “Dear Past Angel…”
If you’ve watched the show Parks and Recreation, you’ll know immediately where the term “Galentine’s Day” originated. If not, allow me to explain: Galentine’s Day takes place on February 13th, the day before Valentine’s Day and it’s a day to celebrate your gals, your girlfriends, your BFF’s.
A lot of companies have noticed the trend and started making décor and party supplies to honor the day of female friendship and in my opinion, it’s usually cuter than the Valentine stuff.
But what do you do on Galentine’s Day? How do you celebrate it?
I’ve got you covered with a few ideas. Continue reading “Galentine’s Day – Date Ideas”
You don’t have to be a maker of resolutions to see the potential in a new year. Everyone feels it. But if you’re not comfortable with making resolutions or setting goals, then maybe you’d be more comfortable with the idea of leaving things in the past and moving on from them. Continue reading “6 Things We’re Leaving Behind in 2018”
Every year, Kristin and I scope out the grocery stores starting mid-August to see what pumpkin-flavored treats will be making their debut.
We make it a point to give each other our opinions and will buy said treats accordingly.
This year, I thought it would be fun if we gathered as many treats, drinks, and various pumpkin-flavored food items as we could find and reviewed and rated them for you!
Continue reading “Pumpkin Spice Taste Test”
I absolutely love seeing the fall bucket list infographics that make their way around Instagram and Pinterest every year; they remind me of all my favorite things about the season and bring me a level of joy and excitement that no season (except Christmas) brings.
That being said, there are always a handful of things on those lists that I either can’t do because of where I live, or they’re things I do every year and don’t feel them necessary to add to such lists (I mean, I definitely don’t need to be reminded to decorate for fall/Halloween – have you met me?) Continue reading “Fall Bucket List 2018”