Gift Guide: for the Traveler

I have been very fortunate to travel throughout my life, living internationally at one point in my childhood, studying abroad, and going on fun trips with my husband, friends & family. While I still have so much to see, I consider myself a pretty seasoned traveler and have picked up a ton of tips &

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Gift Guide: for the Foodie

These are all great gifts for an foodie in your life. Have a friend or family member aspiring to be a chef or baker? Know someone who just LOVES to be in the kitchen? These are all perfect for the person who seems hard to buy for! Each product image is CLICKABLE to find out more

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Gift Guide: For the Mom to Be

With our newest addition set to arrive in the next few months (cheers to be over the halfway point!), I thought it would be fun to do a gift guide for any mom’s to be out there! Not sure what to get them this Christmas? Think comfort around the house (robes, slippers, things to pamper

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Little Luxuries Under $25

Today begins my 12 Days of Gift Guides and I wanted to start off with my favorites – Little Luxuries!! It’s so easy to see your budgets quickly go out the window as we approach the holiday season, so I like to spend a good amount of time researching items at more affordable price points.

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Toddler Boy Fall Fashion Finds

Aidan turned 2 in August, and it has opened up a whole new world in the clothing department! Now that we’re officially leaving the “baby” clothes stage, there are several more brands available to choose from. Each season, I typically refresh his wardrobe – out of both desire and necessity. When do kids get to be

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Date Night – Union 50

As I mentioned in my last post about date nights, Kyle & I try to get out often and leave Aidan with a babysitter. I have a running list of restaurants in the local area I want to try, and we try to spend our date night checking out someplace new! A couple places on my

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Best Morning Sickness Remedies

In full transparency, I’m one of the lucky ones. My morning sickness has always been relatively light & manageable. I’ve heard horror stories, and I’m so thankful that I only get the standard queasiness and nausea. BUT, I’ve learned some great techniques and found some great products that can help you get through any day.

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Quick Trip: Boise, ID

One of my work perks (if you’re not asking Kyle…) is getting to travel! I have been able to go to so many (random) cities that I know I’d likely never visit on a vacation. Another added benefit of work travel is that you are usually traveling with someone who knows the area pretty well, ensuring

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