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The Ultimate Shopping List For Long Distance Running

October 14, 2019

Are you a new long distance runner or have a goal to be? Are you wondering what all you might need to buy for this “simple inexpensive” spot? Listen when I tell you I thought running would be cheap and easy. I was very wrong. There is a lot of trial and error when it comes to figuring out specifically what works best for every individual runner, and it get get expensive, too. While all of these things in this…

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Adulting 101: How To Protect Your Family’s Home With A Term Life Policy

October 10, 2019

This post is sponsored by COUNTRY FinancialĀ®. All opinions are mine. We moved back to the Atlanta area from California nearly two years ago now. Can you believe it? We have been in the same house since came back. Although we are still renters, we have really seen the value of living somewhere long term and have really started to spend time talking about when and where to buy a home. I’ll be honest, as a person with commitment issues…

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You Only Need To Buy ONE Car Seat: Here’s Why.

October 8, 2019

This post was sponsored by Maxi-Cosi. All opinions are mine. One of the more overwhelming parts of being a mom is knowing how to choose between the wide variety of baby products that are out there. There is information overload on the internet, and you can be sure that every single mother that came before you has their own opinion. All we want is the best for our kids, but it all starts to become a blur when you get…

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5 Small Changes That Can Add Up To Big Positive Impact On The Earth

October 4, 2019

This post was sponsored by Full Circle. All opinions and creative content are mine. With the environment being high up in the news cycle lately, I’ve been thinking about small changes my family could make to help the earth. I’ve started to get into that a little bit lately on my platforms, but it’s something I want to dive into a lot more in the future. This is all very timely, as my oldest (who is in fourth grade) has…

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Style Has No Size | The Fall High Neck Pleated Midi Dress

September 26, 2019

Happy Fall, Y’all! I am loving everything Target is serving up this Fall. So much, that I am physically keeping myself away from there too often. When I saw this pleated midi dress in I had to have it, because 1- it’s so elegant, and 2- it’s neutral. You guys know me… I try so hard to like colors but it’s not my preference. Ever. Also, I have really wanted to play with this style of neckline. I thought this…

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5 Ways We Make School Mornings Easier

September 17, 2019

This post was sponsored by PackIt. All opinions are mine. Raise your hand if you think the morning sets the tone for the entire day. *raises hand* I don’t think I’ve met a parent who doesn’t struggle to get everyone up and out the door on school days. Sometimes, it feels like no matter what we do or how early we get up, it’s still a cluster. I currently have a fourth grader, a preschooler, and the bus comes at…

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Fall Home Tour 2019

September 12, 2019

I can’t believe I’m even talking about Fall when it’s still hot as Hades in Georgia. The highs are still in the 90s and I’m honestly OVER IT. That said, in the spirit of trying to manifest cooler weather (ha!), I pulled out some fall decor. Surely if I throw some pumpkin decor around the house, it will invoke a weather change, right? I plan to continue decorating this week, so I’ll continue to add to this post as we…

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Summer Family Vacation To St. Simons Island, Georgia

August 14, 2019

Raise your hand if you have ever gone on a family vacation to St. Simons Island, Georgia?! Oh wait, you didn’t know Georgia had islands? I get that reaction a LOT. I grew up on SSI, so I commonly tell people where I’m from and they’re like… Georgia has a coast?! Georgia indeed has a coast (and a beautiful one to boot). We have been talking about going away somewhere before school started. We have truly never been on a…

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