My family and friends know that I love, love, LOVE my Erin Condren Life Planner. I use mine almost like a scrapbook. I decorate it with stickers, lots of color, pictures, ticket stubs, and more. Using Erin Condren’s Life Planner has helped me organize my entire life and be way more productive.
Today I’d love to share with you 25 of my favorite accessories for the Life Planner that I use every single day. These accessories are definitely worth the money. Trust me, you won’t be disappointed.
I have been reading a lot lately about the Danish tradition of Hygge, and I’ve completely fallen in love with the concept. Just in case you’ve never heard of Hygge before, Hygge is best defined as,
“the art of building sanctuary and community, of inviting closeness and paying attention to what makes us feel open-hearted and alive; to create well-being, connection, and warmth; a feeling of belonging to the moment and to each other; celebrating every day.”
Doesn’t that describe what we all want in our life, and isn’t it really your main goal as a mom? To create meaningful memories and traditions; build a cozy, creative home for your family; & be able to cherish moments with your family each and every day?
Well, today I’m going to give you 5 Action Steps you can take today to be on your Hygge-living way!
Is there anything cuter than chubby little babies dressed up for Halloween? I don’t think so either. And, in celebration of the fall season that is right around the corner, I’m going to share with you today several of the cutest, most adorable baby Halloween costumes you’ve ever seen.
Some of these adorable costumes include DIY instructions, and some you can easily buy with the links provided. And, some include special ways to decorate your stroller or wagon too!
Get ready for cuteness overload! Enjoy! And, Happy early Halloween!
Can you believe how fast the summer is flying by? I can hardly believe that September is around the corner. This has been a different summer for us. Adam’s uncle passed away in June, and it kind of rocked the whole family. This summer we’ve tried to continue doing activities that we know and love, because we know Uncle Doug would want us too. Even though most days I’m sure we’d rather just lay around the house and be sad.
Here’s some of our happenings over the last few weeks. I hope you all are enjoying your summer as much as possible too!
My family & I love doing The Color Run every summer. It’s become one of my favorite yearly traditions, and this years Dream Tour was nothing short of amazing. The weather was perfect. The sherbet colors of yellow, purple, blue, and coral pink were new and different. And, the party at the finish line was extra fun.
The Color Run is the best family 5K in my opinion. Here’s why we love it so much, and why I’m sure you will too!
I love going to the Dog Bowl and Balloons Over Bavarian Inn every Memorial Day weekend in Frankenmuth, Michigan. Frankenmuth is like Michigan’s own “little bravaria”. When you drive into town it feels as though you’ve just driven into the German hillside. There are cheese shops, famous fried chicken, the Bavarian Belle, shops, & lots of fun activities throughout the year.
Memorial Day Weekend up in Frankenmuth is like a big giant kick-off to summer for us, & I’d love to share it with you.
Is it just me, or is it hard to believe summer vacation is right around the corner? Doesn’t it just feel like the year is flying by? Well, in preparation for summer break, I’ve compiled the Ultimate Guide to Summer Fun for you here today with over 80 activities, games, treats, & crafts to do with your kids this summer.
Every spring we decorate Easter Eggs with our nieces and nephew. Sometimes, we do other Easter activities, like bake spring-y cupcakes or have a glow-in-the-dark Easter egg hunt. They look forward to this tradition every year, and so do we. I am always on the hunt for new creative ways to decorate Easter eggs, and I’ve found a dozen (pun intended) easy and fun ideas from fellow amazing bloggers on Pinterest.
I hope you enjoy this collection of pretty eggs and fun inspiring ideas, that are sure to make your Easter extra special this year.
Every season, I love to visit Pottery Barn and gasp in awe at their beautiful home decor. In the past I’ve shared with you some Christmas Decor & Fall Decor, but today it’s time to lighten things up a bit with Spring Decorating! From basket-weave textures, to aquamarine votives, to terrarium gardens, & succulent walls….it’s all here!
So, pull up a chair, and grab your cappuccino, and enjoy this springtime tour of Pottery Barn.
Hygge (actually pronouced “Hoo-gah”) is a Danish concept that has completely changed my day-to-day living. Traditionally, Hygge is described as a way of embracing a cozy life during the cold winter months. But, today I’d like to share with you a seasonal guide, that will help you “live Hygge” all year-long…