What I’ve Learned About My Skin in My 30s

I’m a creature of habit. I like schedules, routines, and I don’t like change – unless the change is my idea, and it’s executed with exceptional planning and my own control. Control freak, anyone? I just like things my way, all the time, without anyone or anything changing my plans. Is that too much to … Continue reading What I’ve Learned About My Skin in My 30s

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Friday Favorites: 5 Things in My Cart at the Nordstrom Half-Yearly Sale

It’s (one of) my favorite times of the year! No, not summer vacation. Sure, I’m off enjoying a very long weekend in the sun, having fun, not connecting to my inbox or doing anything even remotely related to work for another five days…but I’m not talking about summer. My kids are out of school. I … Continue reading Friday Favorites: 5 Things in My Cart at the Nordstrom Half-Yearly Sale

6 Surprising Things I Love About Being A Mom: The Mother’s Day Edition

Happy Mother’s Day, Mamas! If you’d told me 9 years ago when I was celebrating my first Mother’s Day as an expectant mommy-to-be that Mother’s Day would become a day that’s so bittersweet, I never would have believed it. I was high on life, on the baby we were expecting, and on everything else. Life … Continue reading 6 Surprising Things I Love About Being A Mom: The Mother’s Day Edition

Vacation Recovery: Looking and Feeling Good After Too Much Indulgence

We have too much fun, and sometimes I make poor decisions when we’re having fun. Relax, friends; my decisions aren’t that poor. I’m talking about purchasing shots for a group of 12 knowing how I feel after a shot, or ordering a quesadilla for lunch alongside a couple of bloody Mary’s and a bucket of … Continue reading Vacation Recovery: Looking and Feeling Good After Too Much Indulgence