Brace Yourselves: Exciting Things Are Coming

Good morning everyone and welcome back to my blog! I’m actually writing this blog the day of my typical posting day, which is very odd for me because I like to plan things out and have my blog posts scheduled.

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5 Recipes You Need To Try

Hello everyone, welcome back! Recently, I’ve been getting so many requests on instagram to share some of my favorite recipes.

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Finding a Career in Visual Merchandising

Hello everyone and welcome back for this weeks post! Last week, I had uploaded a video to my YouTube channel discussing my new job.

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How To Be On Top Of It All Series

part one: finances & budgeting Hello everyone, welcome back! Today I wanted to introduce a new series called “How to be on Top of it All”. I’d like it to be a reoccurring blog post series about habits and routines that will make your life easier with little to no hiccups in the long run.

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The Cutest Book Store

Walking in downtown Snohomish, I’m reminded of a similar looking town, such as Stars Hollow.

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Visiting Hobbiton

Hello there and welcome back! Today on the blog, I am sharing a tell all travel post about our visit to Hobbiton.

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Stay Out

Well hello again, fancy meeting you here. Today’s post is going to be another ranting & raving little vent session. Sometimes I feel like venting or being overwhelmed by life might get a little old, but plenty of people talk to me about feeling the exact same way so you know what I’m just going…

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Adventuring in New Zealand

Whenever I’ve discussed traveling with other people, they’ve all mentioned how they’ve had this longing desire to go to New Zealand. I’ve always wanted to go, but for some reason it wasn’t at the top of my list like it was everyone else’s. I blame Europe and all it’s romantic magnificence for blinding me.

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a Snow Day in Wonderland

It’s no mystery by now that the United States has encountered some tough weather this year. With the polar vortex in the mid west and the snowmageddon in Washington, I was among the people suffering from cabin fever that were hit by the delayed winter wonderland mornings, (and the other less romanticized effects by the…

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