I love to discover new pretty things. I can get lost for hours on a site like Pinterest or Instagram. Sometimes it’s worth it because I find great stuff. Sometimes I look back and feel regret at the loss of hours of my life that I’ll never get back again. I want to save you from that regret, with what I consider to be some
Last week I went to Texas Children’s hospital for the second time. I was there for an interview; the next step to become a volunteer. Spoiler alert: you are looking at (no, not literally ‘looking’ but you get the point) the newest member of the Radio Lollipop volunteer group! What is that you ask? Keep reading and I’ll tell you all about it. The interview was the second
(All links are affiliate) Go to Part 1 now if you missed it! The second installment of my 2014 book list review centers around a genre that I’ve always loved, and is getting a lot of exposure these days with series like The Hunger Games and Divergent. We’re talking about dystopian fiction. The Oxford dictionary defines dystopia as an imaginary place or condition in
Fall is here! Fall is here! Did you hear what I said? I saaaiiiddd Fall. Is. Here! Goodbye lakes and humidity (please!); hello cool crisp air, apples and football. It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and I’m celebrating with a fall bucket list of must-do items so I can give this season the celebration it deserves. I was going to do a birthday bucket
I spent the weekend at Embassy Suites in Grapevine, a suburb of Dallas known for its wineries and adorable main street shopping. I didn’t see any of that though, because I was there on a mission to learn as much as possible in two days at the Blog Elevated Conference. I barely left the hotel, which was fine because everything I needed was right there.