Shopbop Black Friday Sale!

When it comes to shopping the big sales, I am usually pretty particular about what I buy and try to grab things I've had my eye on for a while. Usually that means the item(s) might be a bit on the spendier side, but that's when I feel is the best time to take advantage of investing in something while saving money. Below I shared 12 of my tried and …

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Hi friends! Can you believe that Thanksgiving is just a couple days away?! My parents and I are going to take Murphy to the dog beach in the morning, then going to see the new Mr. Rogers movie in the early afternoon, before heading back home to prep for dinner. After that, the plan is to just relax, sip wine and watch some holiday movies post turkey dinner. So excited …

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Visiting the Cherry Blossoms!

A couple Sundays ago, Nate and I met my family at the quad on University of Washington's campus to see the cherry blossoms in full bloom. It's a Seattle ritual and signifies that spring has officially sprung. I decided to fully embrace the blossom theme and dress in my new favorite floral tank, pink trench and white jeans, which I had been waiting all year to wear and was so …

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Black Friday Shopbop Sale!

Hi friends, I hope you all had a fantastic Thanksgiving! My family and I just got back from Leavenworth, which was so beautiful and relaxing, but I'm also looking forward to having a couple days left to hang at home on the couch watching Christmas movies and drinking hot cocoa, before Monday rolls around again.

I am sure that you guys are probably getting bombarded with Black Friday sales, but …

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Wedding Planning: Why We Are Using Paperless Post

Truth be told, Nate and I began planning parts of our wedding before we were even engaged. We were friends for a long time before getting together so once we started dating, the whole process just happened fairly naturally. We didn’t know all the intricate details but we knew we wanted things to stay fairly simple and cost efficient. One of the first topics that popped up first was the …

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