In case I haven’t said it enough, this time of year it is extremely difficult to stay on track with your diet and exercise routine. Does that mean you should just throw in the towel? Absolutely not! Every year it is the same story. This year, instead of resolving to start working out again after the first off the year, resolve to remain as active as possible always. Since gyms are closed and people are traveling I’ve created this calorie killing workout that you can do from home or your hotel.
The holiday season is perfect for snuggling up in cozy layers and drinking hot cocoa by the fire. Luckily our winter’s here are pretty mild because I cannot handle cold. Seeing as it’s over 80 degrees here for a solid 10 months out of the year, anything under 65 degrees feels cold to me. It’s still too warm to wear sweaters her but a good thermal top can be a great alternative. They have the same cozy texture and are great for layering.
My inner 14 year old is totally loving the fact that overalls are back in style. I basically lived in overalls and shortalls from 7th grade to my sophomore year of high school. They’ve introduced new fits, styles and textures and they’re better than ever. Maybe you’ve been wanting to try this trend but were afraid of looking too young. Maybe you weren’t into the trend before and just now thinking of giving it a try. Whatever the case, I’m going to show you how you can wear overalls as a grown up.
Carbs are probably the most misunderstood out of all of the macronutrients. They often get a bad rap for causing weight gain, being processed and causing you to feel hungry again almost immediately after eating them. What most people don’t realize though is that carbs are our body’s main source of energy. That is why whenever you go on a low-carb diet you often feel tired and cranky. Another thing most people don’t know is that fruits and vegetables are also mostly carbs! However, whether you’re in the “no-carb” club or if you think carbs are life, this recipe is for you. This noodle free spaghetti & meatballs also meal preps well if you’re into that.
I’ve been working as a personal stylist for just about 3 years now. I’ve been obsessed with fashion for as long as I can remember and it is probably the deepest passion of mine (besides dogs and my family of course). Since I’ve started blogging I’ve had more and more people come to me with style related questions and I’m always more than happy to help. I realize that if my personal friends have these questions, someone else probably does too. I’ve decided to turn this into a new series called Wardrobe University.
Great news my friends, ALL of the sales I shared in Friday’s post are still going on! For example my favorite Jeffrey Campbell wedges (regular price $150) are on sale for $72! They are so cute and comfy and I always get tons of compliments everywhere I wear them. This price is just too good to pass up. I’ve also found some other great sales for you all: