We all want to “look like a million bucks”, but the truth is, less than 7% of the American population can literally pull that off. Those of us in the other 93% can only aspire to owning a closet full of $200 t-shirts and $1600 pumps, but if you really evaluate the kind of money it would take to emulate exactly your favorite celeb, do you really WANT to spend that kind of money on clothing and accessories?
If you’ve visited Oceanside, California 10 (heck even 5) years ago, you haven’t been to Oceanside, California. The culture, local attractions, and most of all, the food have dramatically changed in the last several years. So much so, that these little craft restaurants are taking home some of the most prestigious titles for food and (my husband’s favorite) craft beer. So logically, it’s been a longtime goal of ours to turn Coast Highway into one our favorite past times, The Ultimate Food Crawl.
The seasons are changing, and instead of getting outdoors and enjoying the sunshine and milder temperatures, you may find yourself standing in front of your closet stressing over your spring and summer wardrobe. How on earth can you possibly enjoy outdoor activities without the proper attire?
First of all, there’s no need to fret. Sunshine makes everyone look better, so you’ve already got that going for you. But, if you’re looking to look good all summer long without breaking the bank, here are 10 pieces worth your investment. They’ll pay you back by lessening your style stress.
Okay, so you’ve just spent 8 to 12 weeks blissfully sleepless, catering to the every need of a tiny, helpless human being that has you totally wrapped around his or her finger. Even if you told your supervisor at work that you would be checking email frequently, you’ve probably only done it once or twice, and that was only because you needed a break from reading “Little Blue Truck” or “I Love You, Stinkyface” for the 8 millionth time. Your shower routine is a little….off…and your eyebrows have developed their own special arch (which looks nothing like an arch).
Everywhere I looked this past weekend, I’ve found inspiration. From the food on my plate to the sunset in the sky I’ve used color, texture and patterns as my muse. Speaking to this, my crew and I have been busy planning a fun Palm Springs inspired photo shoot and we’ve taken to Instagram to find incredible inspiration!
We are heading out on our first big family vacation and one the most stressful parts of family travel happens before you ever leave home. Packing can be a process, as you want to make sure that you don’t forget anything essential for the kids or yourself. Here’s how I’ve tackled the process, feel free to use our handy family packing guide to make sure that you get these essentials into your bag
Your bundle of joy has traded casual kicks for constant motion, your bladder feels like it will never be empty again, and, if you’re like I was, your feet may as well be loaves of bread. You are in full-on countdown mode – baby will be here any day, and you’ll be taking anywhere from… Read More
It’s a rare occasion in my household (unfortunately) to get dressed up for a fancy night out. The reality of the situation is, that as mom’s we seldom get opportunities to put a ball gown on, get our hair blown out, have a lady spray tan us, and for once, have someone else put your makeup on. This weekend I get to have all this done (if you don’t have children yet, let me tell you, is a big freaking deal)!
There is no amount of words that can describe the artistry that is devoted to the businesses that I witnessed at the Queen Bee Market. As a “newbie” (how I referred to myself the entire weekend), I was in awe that some of these small businesses were to put simply, are BIGGER than life. If you’re looking for inspiration, make your way to this show.