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Home Office Update With The RoomPlace + Pantone

Thank you to The RoomPlace for sponsoring this post. As always, all opinions are my own. 

The home tour continues! Today I’m welcoming you into my newly decorated home office. Just last week this room was a play room filled with toys and all the toddler shenanigans you can imagine. Now, it’s my little space to escape from the chaos and chatter of life where I can decompress, write, blog and breathe. 

When The RoomPlace reached out to me for

Holiday Gift Guide: For The Mister

Well… It’s been a rough couple of days, but now let’s get back to the good stuff. Being kind. Helping out. Giving back. Extra big bear hugs. Smiles to strangers. And getting to work.

Guess what? It’s holiday gift guide time! Can you believe it?! Each week I’ll be sharing a different holiday gift guide to help you get through this time with little stress and a whole lot of style (and you can totally all of the take credit

My Kind Of Reads

Someway, somehow, I’ve found the time and energy and motivation to start reading again and my life feels complete. I took a break from reading while I was living under a rock going through the First Trimester fog, since I wasn’t able to keep my eyes open for life, let alone to enjoy some quiet time and lose myself in a good read.

There’s just something about a good book. And there’s something even better about an amazing book. You

First Trimester Must-Haves

I’m feeling like a normal human again these days! So grateful that it seems the all day nausea of the First Trimester has passed. There’s nothing to make you appreciate feeling good when you haven’t in awhile.

I’m also excited to get back on a blogging schedule. I’ve decided I will blog twice a week rather than thrice (I just really wanted to use that word), but they will be quality posts. I will start writing again, and of course

Keeping It Real: The First Trimester

Since I’ve been pretty much MIA for the last couple of months, I thought I’d share with you the highs and lows of the First Trimester.

One of the toughest things about the first trimester was not only the worrying and unknown, but also not being able to share what was going on with me. I’m pretty much an open book (duh), so having to keep quiet about the most central, amazing part of my life was a challenge. I