Peacoat (Similar) l Sweater (Similar) l Jeans l Purse l Scarf (old) l Boots (Similar) l Sunglasses This winter has been unbearably cold, and I’ve been wearing my Marmot coat non-stop. It’s become habit to put it on every morning and go. When we…

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Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and I usually make a special dessert. Whether it’s cheesecake, chocolate covered strawberry’s or sugar cookies, I love having a treat to look forward to while celebrating. This year, I thought dressing up…

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WHAT I’M WEARING:  Red Sweater: (Similar) (Similar) l Jeans: l Boots (Similar) l Earrings: (Similar) l Purse Happy Friday everyone! Lance took these photos last weekend before we headed to the Lake Placid Lodge to pick out our menu for our wedding. (This…

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1. Tiered Sleeved Cardigan 2. Blouson Sleeve Sweater  3. Power Cable Sweater 4. V-Neck High/Low Sweater (similar) 5. Diamond Stitch Turtleneck Sweater 6. Ruffle Cuff Sweater Happy Friday everyone! I thought I would share a little inspiration for Valentine’s Day since it’s less…

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Lance and I couldn’t stop raving about these easy, homemade everything bagels this weekend. It took everything in us not to eat them all right away. We ate them warm, out of the oven, with cream cheese smeared all over.…

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One of my favorite things to do is read. I think spending an afternoon curled up on the couch getting lost in a good book is an afternoon well spent. I started a book club last Summer with a few friends, and it’s been a lot of fun reading books I wouldn’t normally think of. I hosted our first book club at my house last July, and I wanted to do something special for my friends. I made these fun chunky tassel bookmarks they could use while reading their books. I like how the bookmarks added a little something extra to our book club night. Below is the link for the tutorial from the blog, Homey Oh My. Try mixing up the yarn color and card stock paper for fun designs!

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