Weekend Notes | Summer & Such

June 26, 2020

Hi! How's everyone doing? I'm looking forward to the weekend. While this is the most untraditional summer we've ever had, it's given me an appreciation for so many little things, like getting an iced coffee to go or simply having a picnic in the park with the family. That's become one of my favorite ways to spend a weekend. We pack up a picnic blanket and a portable speaker, pick up sandwiches from a local place and take a little rosé in a to-go thermos. It's been the best.


Breezy Dresses & Sneakers

June 25, 2020

Breezy Dress: H&M (wearing a small) | Sneakers: Axel Arigato (and I also just got these) Breezy H&M Dress & Sneakers When I ordered this dress, I didn’t really know what

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Five Beauty Items That I’m Loving

June 24, 2020

Five Beauty Items That I’m Loving Ever since my last beauty post, I’ve tried my fair share of beauty, makeup, hair and skincare products. From that bunch, these are the

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Summer Classics: Camel Blazer & Black Denim Shorts

June 17, 2020

Wow, it's been awhile since I've posted an outfit that was taken outside of our home. Quite frankly, I was nervous that I'd forget how to get dressed, but thankfully, the basics came back to me. 


Figuring It Out…

June 10, 2020

In full transparency, I'm having a hard time figuring out how to transition, both on here and on Instagram, from posting about what is going on in our world in regards to BLM to other types of content.


16 Children’s Books that Celebrate Diversity

June 4, 2020

This is a post I've been wanting to create for a long time. Admittedly, with everything going on in the world, it felt more appropriate than ever to finally publish. As a mom of two small children, I'm aware of the great responsibility, but also the privilege, to teach them about the beauty of different people and cultures. At the end of the day, it all begins at home and I'm hopeful for a future generation that's more open minded than the ones before it. Below is a list of books that celebrate diversity. I also want to point out that I am using affiliate links, with 100% of the proceeds being donated to organizations educating all children about racial equality. 


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