Gifts For Men

Gifts For Men

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Today I wanted to share my top picks for gifts for men. Whether it’s a significant other, brother, brother-in-law, or father, I think all of my picks work. Somehow, most of my picks ended up with a travel theme, but alas, travel materials are something most of the men I know don’t buy for themselves, so would be great gifts, especially if you have travel planned in the new year! When I need gifts for men, I got to Mark and Graham or Kiel James Patrick, pretty much exclusively. Continue reading “Gifts For Men”

Gifts for the Home/Hostess

Gifts for the Home/Hostess

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Are you heading home for the holidays or attending a series of holiday parties? You’ll need the perfect gift for your hostess. Are you interested in giving someone a gift for their home? Then this is the gift guide for you! I love home decor and I think a simple home decor item can be the perfect gift for hostesses or a parent or sibling. Continue reading “Gifts for the Home/Hostess”

December Daily: Why I Participate

December Daily: Why I Participate

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With Thanksgiving this week, and the holiday season in full swing, I wanted to share why I participate in Ali Edward’s December Daily project as a 20-something, single, childless person. When I tell people I scrapbook my way through December, they usually look at me with a few expressions: (1) confusion, (2) “wow, you’re a grandma” or (3) support. People who know me know I love taking photos and I love the holiday season. Christmas music, holiday drinks, fuzzy sweaters, Hallmark movies, I’ll have it all. The holidays are a very happy time for my family. Continue reading “December Daily: Why I Participate”

Parents Visit Williamsburg

Parents Visit Williamsburg

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My parents recently visited Williamsburg, and I wanted to share some snapshots of their trip. We had so much fun. Despite my week being far busier than I anticipated, I’m glad I got to see them and I appreciate them visiting. I don’t go home for Thanksgiving, so they usually visit the first week in November. This year I’m not going home until fairly late in the year for the Christmas holiday, which I’m not excited about. However, seeing them makes it a bit easier. Continue reading “Parents Visit Williamsburg”

Boston, Massachusetts

Boston, Massachusetts

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I’m so excited to share my fall break trip to Boston, Massachusetts with you. For the last two years, my best friend, Holly and I have talked about me visiting her in Boston. Due to our differing schedules, it hadn’t worked yet. This being [potentially] my last year on the east coast, however, I decided to take the plunge and visit during fall break. We were very excited about my visit and Holly had a ton planned for us to do and see. Because I have so many photos, I wanted to break it down by days and explain each day.  Continue reading “Boston, Massachusetts”

November Road by Lou Berney

November Road by Lou Berney

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My first semester of 3L is flying by, but I’ve managed to keep up with Book of the Month picks! Two picks I finished and I enjoyed were Goodbye, Paris and The Silence of the Girls. Due to my schedule, I won’t be doing full reviews of those, but if you want to see my quick thoughts on books I don’t write full reviews for, follow along on Instagram! I usually post a mini-review via Instagram stories. Continue reading “November Road by Lou Berney”

Me You Everything by Catherine Isaac

Me You Everything by Catherine Isaac

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I’m here today with a review of my final August TBR book! I realize it’s September, but I had trouble reading this book my last week home in California because I was trying to enjoy time with my family. Still, I finished it last Wednesday, and am so glad I got through it, even if it’s a bit late. Continue reading “Me You Everything by Catherine Isaac”