#StitchFix Number 3

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I know you’ve all been waiting for the review… Here’s my third #StitchFix, and this one is a video. Click to view the video review here. It’s time for my third StitchFix unboxing, haul, fixshare vlog. Will I love it? Hate it? What’s inside?! Check out the finds from Paloma, Tart, Dylan and Rose and [...]

Banana Republic Mini Haul


About 2 weeks ago, I stumbled by the Banana Republic webpage while working on a Fashion Friday post and happily noticed a 40% off code. Since I rarely (so very rarely) buy full price, I quickly filled up my cart without reading the details. And then, finding that only a small percentage of the items [...]

My first fix: Stitch Fix Unboxing

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I swore I wasn’t going to do it. I promised myself that I had no need to subscribe to an of the monthly boxes that send things you’ll love. Especially not a clothing one–I’m a shopper, a good shopper. I shop for my friends. But then I heard about Stitch Fix and thought, “heh. It [...]

Christmas Eve Tradition


Every year for Christmas Eve, we visit with some of our family and have a great Pollyanna for the kids and a very fun White Elephant for the adults. But when we get home, you won’t believe it!, we’ve had a visitor who left hints and gifts! Here’s our family’s Christmas Eve Tradition (If it’s [...]

November Family Dinner Meal Plan

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Holiday Kitchen Gift Guide 2 As announced last week, I’m highlighting one or two kitchen-must haves this November. While last week’s make great gifts for the family cook, this week I’m highlighting a kitchen organization item that I’ve been using for about 2 years. It amazes me how simple adding vertical dividers to my cabinets [...]

Is there value in the cost of college?


National Student Day is October 3, 2013, a day focused on encouraging students to study and serve. This week, #VlogMom is discussing college: National Student Day is a day to encourage students to do well in school and go on to college. Let’s discuss this. Is college necessary? Do you hope your kids go to [...]