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There’s this thing…




It’s called Pinterest. Heard of it? Most of us have. Well, I’m just a little obsessed. It’s a magical place to organize thoughts, wish lists, party plans and future dreams. It’s amazing. So, since I’ve failed at blogging during the break, but can’t stop pinning everything on my mind… Check my Board out here.

If you like what you see, repin and tell me in a comment.

I hope everyone has had a Happy Hanukah, Merry Christmas and a wonderful end to 2012.

We’re kicking back here in Vail and enjoying the chilly weather.

Happy Sunday, Friends.

Day at a Time, Hair to the Yes, Somewhere else, What to Wear

Europe – Any Advice?

In just nine short months, my lovely friend, Alex and I will be on a plane headed to Italy. We’ll spend most of the trip traveling around Italy and spend the rest of our time in Greece. Neither of us have ever been to Europe and we’re saving our pennies like two college gals to get there. I couldn’t wait to share the news with my nearest and dearest. We are so extremely excited. Now, we just have to decide what to wear!?

These are my ideas so far. What do you think?

This Dress.

The Oxford.

The Hair Accessories.

The Scarf.

Have you ever been to Europe or taken a trip where you had to pack light, dress cute and feel comfortable while touring a city? Any advice on the packing light part? That seems to be my main problem. Any favorite outfits, comfortable shoes or accessories you loved having with you? We’d both love the advice! Can’t wait to hear from you!

Have a great rest of your week, friends!

Day at a Time, Hair to the Yes, What to Wear

The High Top Messy Bun


So, I’ve been asked more than a few times how I do my High Top Messy Bun, as I like to call it. So, I did a quick 4 step breakdown. It’s really simple and best done with ratted, messy, and/or dirty hair.

Step one. Put in high poney tail. My hair is medium in thickness, but I use two rubber bands for extra tightness.

Step two. If not already ratted or poofy enough, rat either with a pick, brush or hands.

Step three. Start to twist loosely around. If your hair is longer, twist the second round underneath the poofy layer.

Step four. Pin pin pin. (But remember less is more. I think I only used 3 or 4, but it will very every time.)

You’re set! The High Top Messy Bun is my go to when I don’t have the time to spend. If you have any questions or would like to see a video, let me know!

See you at church in the a.m.!