*This post may contain affiliate links, which cost you nothing, but helps to support this site (for more information click here). My favorite part of coming back home has nothing to truly do with my house specifically, but finally being able to just sit in a super warm bath while drinking tea. It may seem […]
Once again, it is time to decorate the house, but instead of sticking with one type of decorations I have revived the power of three and used the amazing triangle of cheap, traditional, and random to get my room ready for the holidays without looking like the same old thing.
Getting to go to Disney over Thanksgiving was so much fun because the weather was warmer than in December but we were able to experience the full effects of Disney magic at Christmas. I absolutely love looking at photos ove people’s trips to see what they did an where they went so I thought why not share that with all of you.
I really wanted to try to make a different kind of countdown activity for this Christmas that is just as interactive as my others but small and festive to get everyone excited for the holidays.
November was mainly a month filled with craziness and planning for Blogmas, but I was still able to find so many amazing products that were perfect for one last month of fall before everything switches over to the chilly weather and snow storms of winter.
If I could pick one thing that I absolutely love about winter, it would be all of the amazing recipes that involve oats in them. Not only do they last forever, but they are also incredibly filling which is just perfect for a busy college student on the go.
Before fall completely disappears, I wanted to punch out one more really fall inspired recipe and what is better than a roasted trail mix combination that is so good that you just want to sip apple cider and watch the leaves fall.
Sometimes you just need a fun new way to spice up your pencils during the final days of the school semester. Although it isn’t necessary, it sure is fun and what is better than being able to multitask by doing both your nails and decking out your pencils at the same time.
Since the fall is not officially over yet, I feel like I can get away with one more pumpkin recipe before the season is up. But I am still in the mindset of Christmas prep so I thought why not combine a classic Christmas staple with pumpkin. It is absolutely delicious and makes the perfect treat on a cold fall day.
My favorite procrastination tactic lately is to do my nails and even more importantly, finding out nail color combinations that should not look as good as they do but somehow work perfectly to compliment all of the colors of fall.