When your buds look this good, it’s hard to not take a photo.
Vanilla bean latte break.
Finally made it out to Sacramento and loved every minute of our day trip.
The WAL is a must-see in Sacramento.
V v nice, indeed.
Each season, I try to incorporate some festive elements into my home. Around winter time, I had everything from cinnamon teas to pumpkins to thick throws around the house.
Now that Spring is in full swing, I’m looking to make some seasonal updates here and there. Here’s some inspiration.
Photos from: Pinterest.
I’m so excited for New York in a few days, I can hardly stand it. It’s been a while since I was last in New York and I can’t wait to squeeze my friends and explore all that the city has to offer.
While I continue to work on my travel itinerary, here’s a peek into what I’ll be packing.
P.S. Making a packing list like this is a must before going anywhere. It helps you get your thoughts down on paper so you know exactly what you need to buy and wash before your trip.
Warm weather, how I love you. Slowly but surely, I’m incorporating classic Spring pieces back into my daily wardrobe. From a light-washed denim jacket to white jeans to little leopard sandals, I just love this time of year.
What is your go-to Spring outfit? Tell me in the comments!
Throw pillows are my absolute favorite accessory. Best part? There are so many beautiful ones everywhere you look.
Right now, I’m loving navy blue and white hues, much like the ones I have in my own living room. Check the links below to find out the source for each.
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The key to a nicely organized home is pretty simple: keep it functional without sacrificing design. By this, I mean that you don’t want things to look cluttered but you also don’t want to have to travel to your basement every time you want to vacuum the rug.
Take my kitchen as an example – it is fairly small, but it’s also a space in which I need several things to be easily accessible. My solution? Keep the pretty, functional things in plain sight and hide the less attractive items. Items like my sponge are hidden in a bowl at the top of my sink, while my drying rack are placed in a cabinet below the sink. When I am doing dishes, I whip out both of these items and when the dishes are done drying, they both go away.
This strategy can be applied to absolutely every room in the house so go ahead and give it a try!