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Cozy Cuddles And Coffee In Winter Wear

Fashion, Fave Finds, Mom Life

 

 

You know those coffee mugs that say something along the lines of “don’t talk to me until this cup is empty?” Ok, maybe I’m not that bad, but it certainly takes me at least having that first sip to get myself going for the day. This is even more so on those cold mornings when there is a chill throughout the house. I know they are few and far between here, but you bet I take advantage of them and dress the part when I can. It just so happens that ClimateRight by Cuddle Duds at Walmart brings on the cozy factor to make the morning even more enjoyable, cuddles included.

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Styling For Mommyhood With Fair Trade Jewelry

Fashion, Fave Finds, Mom Life

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jennifer wagner


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​Now that I’m a mommy of small children, my go-to daily attire has changed a bit.

Gone are the days of super high pumps, and restrictive clothing. Well, for now anyway.

In this season of life, I have to keep things simple. That’s because I’m in the daily trenches of mommyhood. So I’m up, I’m down, I’m changing diapers, loading car seats, sweeping, mopping, washing seven thousand sinks of dishes, and folding just as many baskets of laundry.

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Sharing Aloha Worthy Fashion & Travel App

Fashion, Fave Finds, Travel

It’s not hard to imagine how a place like Maui can make you feel–relaxed, free, adventurous. Although the carefree vibe is clear everywhere you go, there are certainly a few things you need to be able to jump right in. This last trip was a little different as we went for my sister’s gorgeous wedding and there were a lot of people to coordinate with on top of the usual three kids busyness. I’m sharing some of my favorite fashion and travel finds that stood by us in the mix of exploring and relaxation.

Tropical Vacation Fashion And Travel Must Haves

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Styling For Fall In Gwynnie Bee

Fashion, Uncategorized

 

liana cruz

​Hey beauties, happy fall! It’s officially here so that means bring out those cute booties, long sleeves, and jackets. Us plus size girls have options now and not just a frumpy pullover jacket or a baggy pair of sweatpants, we can look good and show off our beautiful figure. So naturally, I turn to Gwynnie Bee to meet all my fall fashion cravings with all their beautiful brand named pieces I adore! 

The easy part about Gwynnie Bee? They send you beautiful brand name garments to try on in sizes 10-32, wear, and then, the suspense…deciding to #RentNReturn or #BorrowNBuy. Sometimes a piece you thought you’d never try on in the store is the winner, other times it’s an inseparable staple. The best part of it all is if you can’t part with what you receive, you can add it to your collection at an unbelievably discounted price (like “woah, is this for real” kind of pricing!).  Sometimes, you can wear a piece to a special girls night out or give it a whirl for your next holiday party and then send it back to get your next box on the way.

The beauty of it all–they have an absolutely FREE 30 day trial with no risk. If you decide to stick around (which you will want to), they have varied garment quantity packages, free shipping both ways and then of course, the cute clothes.

​I so love Gwynnie Bee for giving us options in so many shapes and forms, but the nail biting kicker is…should you #BorrowNBuy or #RentNReturn? Take a peek at my most recent styled box pieces and then see below how I decide what to.

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Keeping Comfort & Style Key With Landau Scrubs

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*This post comfortable scrubs post by Beth Mirelez is sponsored by Landau. We are thankful to partner with them to offer a one-hundred percent authentic review of their Urbane scrub line. Thank you for reading so we can continue to bring you amazing material.

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 There are many reasons why I decided to pursue a career in nursing nine years ago. To make it simple, there really is an invaluable fulfillment when you are able to be there for someone during a life altering moment! Whether that is handing over a perfectly yummy newborn baby to his or her mommy for the first time or holding an elderly person’s hand while they take their last breath. Being there for others, serving them in the vulnerable capacity that nursing offers, is something so uniquely rewarding. Being a nurse is so much more than just passing medications out and taking vital signs–we are able to touch hands, but also have the opportunity to touch hearts every. single. day. Even on the hard days, we know that we made a difference. 

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