For several years now, I’ve been trying to become a healthier and fitter person. Sometimes, I’ve succeeded… many times, I’ve failed. Because of my high and low history, I am always looking for ways to make better health and fitness choices. And, lately, the best way for me to eat right and regularly exercise is to ditch the gym and do everything at home. Sure, it’s tricky when you work from home, have a toddler, AND you’re pregnant again. However, I’ve discovered that if I can remove the need to have a set time and vehicle to hit a gym, then I end up actually working out MORE. In the same situation? Here are 5 great at home fitness and health solutions:
It’s coming… The Big VD. Valentine’s Day, y’all. I’m always on the lookout for great Valentine’s Day gifts for him or her – here’s this year’s picks!
So you’re planning an elopement! Awesome! Elopements are a great way to get married on a budget. We’re big fans of them around here. But while you might be totally ready to get eloped… you may not be as familiar with how to do it. And that’s where we come in! Here’s 10 tips for planning your elopement:
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Did you get engaged over the holidays? Congratulations! I know that you’re probably all geared up to start that budget wedding planning and cannot wait to get started. But, while you’re pinning and planning away, take a second and look in the mirror. How’s your smile? You’ll be showing off a lot during your engagement so let’s make sure that it is as bright and gorgeous as you are! And it’s so easy to do just that with Philips Zoom, the #1 patient-requested professional whitening brand in the U.S. Read on to find out more about getting a bright wedding smile with Philips Zoom.
Last week, I shared with you my plan to help you host a high style, low budget Thanksgiving and on Monday, I gave you ALL my recipes (plus free printables!), tips, and a master grocery list. And today, I’ll be wrapping things up by giving y’all some simple decor tips + a comprehensive timeline to help you figure out exactly what to do and when! Over the last two decades of hosting this holiday, I have learned exactly how to have a fantastic and stylish celebration on an incredibly low budget- and a huge part of that is setting a simple table with a big impact. So here are my decor tips and tricks (along with a free timeline printable) to help you with your Thanksgiving Day.
Let me tell you, one of the hardest things about planning my own wedding was trying to write the wedding ceremony. I was not a fan of the traditional vows (I obey no one but myself thankyouverymuch) and really wanted to find something that reflected our concept of what we wanted our relationship to be. If you’re in the same boat but looking for alternative vows with a more literary lean – well, here ya go! Some wedding vows – Victor Hugo style!
Lovein.site gives couples the wedding website that they actually want to share with their friends, without sacrificing any functionality! It is now simpler than ever to share your wedding details with your guests! In today’s post, I wanted to share five simple tips to help you make your own wedsite the very best it can be.
One of the easiest ways to save money on your wedding is to buy your wedding flowers online and either DIY them yourself or purchase pre-made arrangements. Here are my top 5 places to buy flowers online for your wedding:
Save-the-dates. They’re not required for a wedding but they’re a nice touch. This little bits of paper act are like the foreword of a book or the opening act of your wedding. They introduce your future guests to the idea of your wedding, give a little sneak peek of the theme, and offer basic information on the where and when (for planning purposes). But what to include? Well, allow me to show you the only 5 things that need to be on your save-the-dates:
One of the easiest ways to save money on your wedding is to buy your wedding flowers in bulk and DIY them yourself (or hire it out to someone looking to build their portfolio). For our wedding, we bought our flowers in bulk from a local wildflower farm and saved a bundle! Here are my top 5 places to buy flowers in bulk for your wedding:
Let me tell you, one of the hardest things about planning my own wedding was trying to write the wedding ceremony. I was not a fan of the traditional vows (I obey no one but myself thankyouverymuch) and really wanted to find something that reflected our concept of what we wanted our relationship to be. If you’re in the same boat but looking for alternative vows – well, here ya go! Some wedding vows courtesy of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.!