Hey there! Spoiler alert! I’m loving my box this month, but want your opinions stat so I can make an informed decision on what to keep and/or send back. So have a watch and let me know what you think.
Raise your hand if you’re one of those super moms who jot down your child’s every first. First visitors, first smile, first giggle, first time to the park, first time rolling over. I bow down to you. I’m not that put together.
I may not have a cute baby’s first book (although I bought a couple adorable ones before our daughter arrived), but I have found the secret to keeping track of special milestones while looking like I’ve got my sh*t together.
I’ll never forget high school history class.
I couldn’t tell you what the project was (it’s been almost 20 years, sigh), but I’ll never forget the feeling I got when my instructor handed me a piece of paper with a big fat “C+.”
Getting older has its perks, but one downside is the extra LBs.
Since meeting Steve almost eight years ago, I’ve consistently put on 5-10 pounds each year. The slow gain didn’t bother me so much, I guess, until I hit my all-time high while pregnant with our second.
It sometimes takes only one person to make you feel like you are not enough, that your efforts are not impactful or that you’re never going to level up.
Don’t be that person.
Instead be the one who
A new box arrived on my doorstep today!
I can’t believe this is my TENTH fix. For working moms who don’t have time (correction: don’t make the time) to go leisure shopping for stylish work clothes, you will love Stitch Fix.
If nothing else, it’s just fun to receive a package of surprise goodies that you have zero obligation to keep… unless you get a few things you can’t give back! Lol.
The boxes may not always be wins, but I do always love receiving items I wouldn’t necessarily pick out myself.
If you watched my last unboxing video — SPOILER ALERT
Not too long ago, we were at a neighbor’s house and I hear a song coming from the bathroom.
A minute later and my daughter comes running and yelling how she washed her hands “all by myself.”