Even though tomorrow only is Dec. 1, I already feel the hustle and bustle of the holiday season weighing me down. House decorations aren't quite finished, shopping is nowhere near complete, and I haven't even yet thought about busting out my apron to bake some cookies. While this definitely is my favorite time of year, I think we all can agree that it's hectic and easily can slip by in the blink of an eye. As I'm more determined than ever to not let that happen (and hey, maybe even enjoy the . . .
Happy Monday! I hope that everybody had a nice holiday weekend. Our Thanksgiving was a nice day with Ryan's family, and we got through our hosting duties with no issues. I'd be lying though if I didn't say that I'm relieved that it's over! (By the way, I revealed our dining room before the holiday in case you missed it.) Now that fall is "officially" over, it's time to start decorating for the holidays! Since this is the first year that I'm decorating a fully-renovated house, I want to add a few . . .
Happy Thanksgiving Eve, friends! As promised, I'm here to kick off the holiday weekend with another home room reveal. I'm so excited to share with you our modern farmhouse dining room & neutral Thanksgiving table! . . .
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #GetHolidayReady #CollectiveBias With the holiday season in full swing, most of us are leading hectic lives with crazy schedules. Between holiday shopping, visiting families, parties, etc., there's not a whole lot of extra time during the day! For me personally, the hustle and bustle particularly takes a toll on my makeup routine. While I typically like to wear lighter, natural makeup for . . .
We made it to Friday! What a week it has been. I took some time for myself this week to reboot and regroup. Stress has been heavily weighing me down lately, so I needed to take a deep breath and eliminate a few things that just aren't a priority right now. We've all been there, and I'm sure some of this won't resolve itself until after the holidays. But, that's life! . . .