I am now convinced that 2018 is going to be the year that flies by because I have no idea where the first four months went, nevermind April (I have yet to determine if this is a good thing or bad).
April itself was an amazing month, minus the cold that latched in for a few weeks (but hey I got to catch up on a lot of Netflix so it was not a total loss). I was able to finally escape winter and go on Vacation with Rye. When we returned the weather began to warm up and dare I say it, spring may actually be here! And it was my birthday, which normally I avoid, but turning 25 was a big one for me. I also spent a lot of the month brainstorming and making some changes here on the blog, that are partially visible now, with more rolling out in the coming months. I am happy to say there are some great things coming that I am SO excited for!
Continue reading ➞ April Loves
Wow, I can’t believe we are already a quarter way through the year. Is it just me, or does everyone else feel like the winter months just blend together and form one big cold time-block? This year especially felt this way. A lot of changes did happen over the last month or so though. I left my job for one and started to enact a new life plan and a path to follow (very excited and more on this later). 2018 so far has been a big year of bringing around change and it is making me excited for what else is to come!
Continue reading ➞ March Loves
Happy February! With the first month gone I have collected some of the items that I truly enjoyed this last month.
Continue reading ➞ January Loves
I am a terrible reader when it comes to summer. I always have great intentions for cracking open books, but the summer sun seems to lead me to day dreaming and wandering outside. Fall, winter and spring however are my reading havens (probably not the correct use of this word but I have committed to it now). I love to cuddle up in a warm knitted blanket and get lost in the amazing words played out in front of me. Here are a few I have chosen to get into (finally for some) this fall.
Continue reading ➞ Fall Reading List