Summer Patio Refresh with At Home Stores

I think my love of patios began when I was in late Elementary School. Every day when I came home, I would make a peanut butter sandwich, pour a tall glass of whole milk, grab whatever iteration of Harry Potter I was reading, and sit on the back patio reading until the sun went down

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8 Career Mistakes to Avoid Now That You’ve Graduated

Congratulations! You’ve made it to the other side of school! It’s your last summer “off” before “real life” starts and your career (and student loans) kicks into full gear! If you are one of those that opts out of a summer break and is lurching into your career now you’ll want to make sure you don’t

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What To Get Mom for Mother’s Day

Mother’s day is quickly looming right around the corner and if you haven’t picked up something for the leading lady in your life who’s a mom, you still have time to pick up something sweet and sentimental for mom! Below is a list of things that I think any Mom would love with gifts that

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Making a Spring Bouquet with Le Jardin Francais

Le Jardin Francais is one of the most gorgeous floral shops I’ve ever stepped foot into. One day when I get around to finishing my Atlanta Guide, I’m going to include it in the list of places that you absolutely must visit on a trip into town. Walking into Le Jardin Francais is like walking

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3 Ways to Re-energize your Boring Morning Commute

This post has been sponsored by Bai® Bubbles. All thoughts and opinions are my own. As you guys may know, I bought a car recently! After going carless for almost 8 months in a commuter-heavy city, I am truly surprised I lasted as long as I did. Thankfully I was able to take the train

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Three Tricks on How to Entertain Like a Pro

This post has been sponsored by TRISCUIT. All thoughts and opinions are my own. I love any excuse for a get-together. Whether the party is large or small, it’s always fun to have a reason to fluff the throw pillows, break out my favorite candles and spend longer than normal arranging a cheese and Triscuit

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How to Make a Windowsill Herb Garden

For as long as I can remember, my family has always had an herb garden within easy reach of the kitchen. Throughout our various moves in suburbia, there was always an oversized pot containing the essentials: cilantro, basil, thyme, mint, and rosemary- which eventually had to be transplanted because it had grown into a full-sized

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