Yes, I’m playing favorites this week. But not in regards to like my kids… because that’d be mean. Instead, over on my weekly blog at Fredericksburg Parent, I want to talk about my favorite STYLE things. Ya know, so I don’t land on the “bad mommy” list.
I’m sure we all have our favorite pieces or accessory, something that we always find ourselves reaching for. This outfit has two…possibly three of my favorite pieces
Head on over to my post at Fredericksburg Parent to see what else I have heart eyes for.
Stay tuned for a continuation of this post, but it will be focused on “What I’m Wishing For.” Because someone may or may not have a birthday coming up soon. 😉
ha! Well, sorta. Last week’s post over at Fredericksburg Parent is going live again today, find that one here. I will also have another new post this week! That one goes live on Wednesday, you can find it here.
I mean, having two posts in a week kinda fits since it’s been rainin’ a lot here lately … get it? 😂 I’ll be here all day folks.
So Wednesday’s post is a start of something new. Every once in a while I’m going to post about “frequently asked questions” or like a Q&A format. So feel free to get your questions in… keep it friendly please. Find the first post in this series over at Fredericksburg Parent.
Over the next few weeks, I have posts coming up about pattern mixing florals, my favorite pieces/items, and trends that I thought I hated but turns out I love… never say never, lesson learned.
Hi everyone. Welcome back. I have a special post over at Fredericksburg Parent this week. It’s a personal one about learning to let things go. If you have a minute, head on over there and give it a read.
Usually when I need to let something go, I lift heavy things and sweat it out. It’s comforting to me, in a way, to know that I can lift something heavy…heavier than what it is I carry.
Maybe it’s the winter dreariness, but I’ve been in a funk. Just feeling uninspired and stuck. When that happens, I usually get lost in the inter webs, or drive around, or talk with friends…. that last part, that’s what I focus on in my Fredericksburg Parent post.
So, if you have a minute, head on over and give it a read. I’ve read it a million times, I’m proud of the heart that’s in it. Maybe if you’ve had experience with something similar you could share advice. Often, in the blogging world, it feels a bit lonely… but I never feel useless. There’s a purpose.