In an effort to be more sustainably minded, I realized this year the ONLY reason I used plastic bags was for our raw meats. I could put literally anything else in a jar or glass pyrex dish. So I started doing some research when I discovered Stasher bags. Heads up this is not sponsored in … More Sustainability | Stasher Bags
Earlier this month, I mentioned what I would do if I reached my goal. It doesn’t sound like a huge deal but it is for me. So, in case you missed it if I reached my Dressember campaign goal, I would wear my wedding dress to the top of Pikes Peak, and of course, there … More Wear it Wednesday | Dressember 2018 Wrap Up
At the beginning of every year, I chose a word and let that word cultivate myself and cultivate in my life for the year.
Last year for Christmas, my husband gave me a traditional Tunisian fouta from Balthazar & Rose. It’s what I asked for and in the last year it has surpassed all my expectations, and this year I am giving one away to one of my Dressember donors!
Something I’ve learned as I gotten older is to never diminish another’s waiting. We are all waiting on something, the bus, that phone call, him to get on one knee, on our next meal, test results, and so on. The list goes on forever.
Tis the season for wrapped gifts in bags, with bows, and boxes under a tree… but unfortunately, that pretty shiny, laminated gift wrap paper is, in fact, not recyclable. And to include it in the bin with other paper products can make an entire load unrecyclable. If wrapping paper is metallic, or glittery, or has a … More Sustainability | Reducing Waste during the Holidays
My Instagram friend Sarah is a Sseko Designs ambassador and generously donated a half-moon zippered pouch as one of my raffle items to giveaway to my donors! Custom monet florals printed fabric crafted by highly ambitious young women in Uganda.
So, what does it look like to wear a dress every day in December in Colorado? It looks a lot like layers, over & under. It looks a lot like dresses over jeans, leggings, and warm tights. It looks a lot like well, this…
I actually purchased this product myself, as the work that Starfish project does is that important. Starfish Project restores hope to exploited women in Asia. They provide life-changing opportunities through our Holistic Care Programs and their social enterprise where women create beautiful jewelry and become managers, accountants, graphic designers, and photographers.
My Instagram friend Shelby (no really) is a Trades of Hope ambassador and generously donated a scarf as my first raffle item to giveaway to my donors!