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
I like to post on or near Thanksgiving about thankful and gratefulness. Especially when the biggest shopping day of the year is the next day. SMH.
Its the 4th annual warm & coztea exchange and I’m exciting to be co-hosting this year with Kayla Nelson from The Accidental Nomad Life Blog, Susan from Restoring the Day, Rebekah from Hargraves Home & Hearth, and Amber from @blessingsabide on Instagram!
Tis the season to reminisce on all the year has brought and taken. This is the first thanksgiving Travis and I are spending in Colorado since 2013, it seems impossible that we are here again.
We found Pinnacles NP almost by accident, we were wanting to explore a new place while family was visiting. We were thrilled to find this little hidden treasure just off the California coast.
I was asked to go shopping with a friend a few weeks ago, she was looking for some shoes to wear in the water for an upcoming trip. We’ve only just started to get to know each other and so she asked me about my shopping habits.
My best friend since 2nd grade got married this last weekend in Austin & not only am I thrilled for them but I’m so honored to have been a party of her special day! (My husband officiated their wedding so majorly memorable!)
Stacie & I have been meaning to do this for LITERALLY a year. a year.
It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these. Needless to say the loss of my grandfather took front seat in all my personal posts over the last few months. But so many other things are happening.
Kendra had one thing she wanted to do while in California, the Winchester House of Sarah Winchester in San Jose California…