What a week! J played one of three baseball games this week (two more this weekend), both boys had den meetings for Cub Scouts, and between school, work, and activities, I’m really glad I already have all their Easter stuff ready to go. We are looking forward to doing some celebrating this Friday of my sweet niece, and then Easter egg hunts on Saturday, and celebrating Easter on Sunday! I’m also at the end of the semester, so I’m planning to get some grading in between now and Monday. We’ll see! Here are some of our favorite finds of the week!
A perfect Spring dress.
Increasing brain power through meditation.
A lovely and bright home.
Sculpted arms in five minutes or less.
Spring pea pasta with burrata, perfect meatless meal!
How empowering women changes the world.
The dark side of empathy.
Wardrobe staples for Spring.
All about plants.
And finally, a rainbow bracelet for summer.
Even if it’s super late in the day it’s still Friday, right? The flowers are in full bloom around here, which means I took this picture before quickly going inside to avoid all the pollen. We have a full, and I mean full, day of baseball this weekend, so I’m currently mentally preparing for that. Here are some of our favorites from the week!
The home office of my dreams.
A new tee for our next Disney trip.
These penny ankle sandals are the sweetest.
Best quad exercises, to mix into my weekend workout.
The next book on my reading list.
Remedies for inflammation.
Romper, bracelet, and hat for our beach vacay.
One being a better listener.
We’re taking the train!
And finally, making this simple and delicious meal next week.
Usually the week back from Summer vacation is a tough week, but this after Spring Break has been brutal! The best part of our week was getting A out of bed to watch the nail biter Tennessee/Perdue game. Grateful for a slow weekend with one baseball practice, dinner with friends, and lots more basketball watching. Happy weekend, friends!
I love a good rainbow.
Time really does fly as you age.
One of my favorite summer shorts in railroad stripe.
And a summer top to wear with my shorts.
My favorite yoga routine of the week.
Biscuits for breakfast thus weekend.
Women make the home.
Stranger Things 3 is what we will be binge watching this summer.
Waiting for these Minnie ears to come back in stock.
And finally, styling spring wardrobe basics.
Happy Friday! We have had a very relaxing Spring Break! We spent a few days in Nashville, did some hiking on one of our local parks, watched movies, read quite a bit, did some spring cleaning, and enjoyed no rain for several days!
Thoughts on cultivating a growth mindset.
A week of outfits.
The one skillet lemon chicken and orzo I made this week.
Preventing jet lag.
A woman’s work is never done.
How to start a meeting effectively.
Another cookbook to add to my wishlist.
Styling your nightstand.
And finally, the spring backpack I’ve had my eye on.
When J gets up before all of us, makes his bed, and starts reading…we know it’s daylight savings week. Spring Break is here! The boys had a pre-break yesterday when their school shut down for the potential of bad weather. The joys of living in the South in springtime….and it isn’t even Spring yet! Here are some of my favorites from the week.
A living room transformed.
The secret to smooth foundation.
An acrylic paint guide.
Soothing, simple and chic…all the words I love in a space!
Salad in a jar work lunch.
Arm sculpting routine.
Loved and laughed my way through the forever 35 podcast this week.
Salad for dinner.
Becoming obsessed with serums.
On embracing rejection.
A raincoat to brighten up cloudy spring days.
And finally, a mango smoothie with turmeric to combat the allergy inflammation!
My daffodils survived the cold! I love seeing them bloom each year, it’s been several years since I planted these bulbs and they always reflower. My goal this fall is to plant soms additional bulbs with the boys’ help.
A rain jacket for all seasons.
How to pot a plant without drainage holes.
A functional and chic entryway.
A book list here and a book list there.
A filter for your shower? Where will technology take us next?
Great summer sandals that I’m on the hunt for on our next Nashville shopping trip.
Perfect summer pajamas.
Cool Moms and Young House Love…two new podcasts on my list.
And finally, that end of winter look.
These three ducklings napping together remind me of the episode of Friends were Joey and Ross take the best nap ever. If you can’t nap with your besties then who can you nap with? We are bidding these sweet baby ducks goodbye today as they go back to their home on the farm. With the amount of rain we’re getting they could probably swim home at this point! With another rained in weekend, we are looking forward to cousin time, movie watching, and trying not to go stir crazy inside. Here are some of my favorites from the week!
A beautifully light filled kitchen reveal.
The Storyteller’s Tale is the book I’m reading this week.
Apparently Sesame Street had a terrifying episode that we all missed.
When Monet moved from impressionist to modernist.
My boys have talked about becoming chefs for years….and Auburn responded.
Assigning work tasks to different days of the week.
My favorite business podcast from the week.
B and I recently rediscovered my favorite chef show from the early 90s, Yan Can Cook, and we’ve been recording and watching the episodes. I still love his show!
Customizing a plain rug with a little DIY.
Leaning into the winter season….or monsoon season around here.
We have had a lovely week! The boys got to see chicks hatch in my Mom’s class, nobody was sick all week, and we celebrated Valentines Day with steak, microwave potatoes, and Dr. Pepper for the boys. We are enjoying these few weeks of calm before baseball season starts, and we start trip planning for spring and summer vacations!
Libraries to add to our bucket list.
Like I’ve said…go to Shake Shack.
Sundress and sunglasses for Spring.
How to pack a suitcase.
Newsflash: you aren’t at the mercy of your emotions.
Best list for preparing salmon.
Love the color splash in this home.
And finally, The Darkest Year is the next WWII historical book on my list.
What a week! This kiddo is seven and we celebrated at a trampoline park with friends and a family party on Super Bowl Sunday. This weekend we’ve got a Pinewood Derby race for Cub Scouts and a birthday party for my nephew. In between we’ll be making out Valentines Cards and reading, reading, reading!
How to boost your morning coffee. I already add collagen and have been impressed with the energy and protein boost.
The A Beautiful Mess interview podcast I have next on my car drive list.
Love this kitchen and floor plan.
Classic staples perfect for the transition from winter to spring. Which is happening weekly in the south.
A cooking memoir and cookbook.
Intrigued by this etching method of art creating.
I just finished the Nightingale which was excellent, but I definitely needed a lighter read afterwards so I’m starting The Proposal this weekend.
And finally, the loafers and shorts in my Nordstrom cart.