Nothing compares to the warm fuzzy feeling you get when you find someone the perfect gift. But there always seems to be someone on your list that’s impossible to buy for, right? Annnnd it always seems to be the guys that are the most difficult.
This year, I’ve compiled all of my favorite men’s products into this gift guide, so you can easily shop for the difficult guy on your list, whether it’s your dad, brother, or boyfriend.
My philosophy when buying gifts is always the same: find something that he wouldn’t buy for himself. I always choose fun over functional when it comes to gifting, because if he needs something functional, he can probably buy it for himself. I’ve included both stocking stuffers and larger gifts. Read more
This is a post I’ve been toying with creating for a very long time. I don’t know why the idea of sharing the fact that I buy used clothing feels embarrassing, because it’s 100% not.
When you read a ton of blogs that continuously feature designer items, it can be hard to remember that that’s not exactly normal. Bloggers – the ones who make real money from blogging – can afford to purchase more expensive items, because technically it’s an investment in their business. I don’t make money from blogging, although I hope that someday I will!
I create content on this blog because I love doing it. I love when my friends message me about things I’ve shared that they enjoyed, and I hope to build a larger community of readers that do the same. Bottom line: I’m not a “blogger” that can afford to drop thousands on clothes all the time.
Betcha didn’t think that a big sweater and leggings could look polished and classy, did ya?
This is my second Thanksgiving outfit post for this year (did you see the first one?), and it’s all about how to be cozy and comfy on Thanksgiving – but still look put together. Duh, looking polished at all times is my goal in life, in case you haven’t figured that out by now.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! I’ve got Michael Buble blaring, flannel shirts on repeat, and my Amazon cart full of Christmas decor. But before other people will think it’s socially acceptable for any of those things, we have to get through Thanksgiving dinner.
This is always a fun time to get dressed up in your fall finest and enjoy grandma’s homemade stuffing. This year, we’re spending Thanksgiving with Joe’s family, and obviously we’ll want to dress the part! My family keeps things pretty casual at the holidays, so I’ll be sharing a much more casual and cozy look for Thanksgiving on Friday – stay tuned!
Today, though, it’s all about the festive red and the warm textures that make the transition from fall to Christmas so much fun.