I loooove my coffee. But I am also verrry picky about my coffee. Years ago, I used to work and manage a Starbucks kiosk inside a grocery store. That was when my love for the Starbucks white mocha was born. Fast forward 12 years later, I still to this day ONLY drink a white mocha, and
What you think, you become.
What you feel, you attract.
What you imagine, you create.
I love my accessories! I am a firm believer they can make or break your outfit! Heck, a good stack of necklaces can even make your sweats look good. According to Your rich mom, “gold, bold jewelry”. And I have to say, I do agree with her! I think out of all the accessories, necklaces
I have come to terms and have learned (well, still learning actually) to love my body after four kids. My body will not ever be what it was once pre-baby. And to be honest, I don’t want it to be. My body gave birth to 4 little humans, and I wouldn’t trade them for my
Let’s chat facial oils today! I remember long ago when facial oils were such a bad thing and frowned upon. There were so many myths surrounding them like; they can clog your pores or cause even more breakouts! But as we have seen, those are indeed myths! Before I share a few of my favorite
I love to scroll through Amazon, I don’t know why, but I do! Anyone else or is it just me? Amazon is so amazing because you can seriously find anything you are looking for. Looking for kid’s toys? They have it! Looking for cleaning products? They have it! What about clothes or accessories? THEY HAVE
You know how you’re getting old? When you get excited about a vacuum cleaner… or am I the only one? Just me? Cool 🤣. A little back story before we get into the Dyson vs. Shark vacuum and which one is better. I have always been picky about my vacuums, and because of my mom’s
I am not even sure where to start with how 2020 is going. It has already been a YEAR. My definition of “normal” is always changing. I’m learning to navigate and really *feel* each feeling, letting myself know it’s okay to be joyful, sad, and angry this season. But also learning to rest in Jesus,