World Market Finds

I did some shopping at World Market this week (I was buying another faux fiddle leaf fig!) and to tell you the truth, I was trying to reach a threshold to get 20% off (am I the only one that does this??), so I clicking all over the site to find something I ‘need.’  I purchased a few things (and got 20% off woo hoo!), and I came across SO MUCH CUTE STUFF!  They are crushing the decor game.  I love that you don’t have to break the bank to find cute home stuff anymore.  When we built our house 4 years ago, it was SO hard to find cute stuff.  I rounded up some of my favs!  You can […]

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Powder Brows with Blakeley Shea

Happy Wednesday babes!  I am SO excited to share my experience of getting PMU (permanent makeup) Powder Brows with my girl Blakeley of B Shea Vanity.  I think there are a lot of questions and confusion over the whole process, so I’m going to break it all down for you! First of all, the term you have probably heard/seen the most is Microblading.  It is a form of permanent makeup that uses a needle to cut the skin and deposit pigment, creating tiny hair strokes.  This is NOT what I had done, but Blakeley does also offer this service IF that’s the right service for you! I have never been a huge fan of the look of Microblading; I have […]

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Vegan Update: Week 4

Oatmeal with granola, almond butter, and banana. Happy Monday!  We are OFFICIALLY in the homestretch of our 30 day vegan diet!!  I am actually having my first non-vegan meal on Wednesday night (the 30th day) because I am going out for a birthday dinner and I’ll be honest: I’m just not going out again and eating vegan!  I went out with a girlfriend last week who was in town visiting.  She wanted to try a new restaurant, Zeppelin.  I was eager to try it, too!  They are known for having great cocktails and interesting small plates.  Well, it turned out I was getting my eyebrows done the next day (permanent makeup), so I couldn’t drink alcohol.  To make matters worse, […]

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Minted Art

I remember years ago after I had been living on my own for a while, I splurged on two original oil paintings.  They were gorgeous.  Fast forward 5 years…I wanted to change my decor, the colors didn’t go, and I was just kind of over them.  I ended up giving them to my mom and they look great in her dining room, and I was happy I was able to give her something so nice (considering all she has done for me over the years).  This taught me a valuable lesson: original (AKA expensive) art just isn’t for me.  Now, I get that people love it, and I used to want my whole house full of original art.  But what […]

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