Secondhand Fashion + thredUP I really love thredUP for making secondhand fashion accessible and trendy for women and kids. Not only is it a popular brand on the rise, it is a movement with roots in the sustainable community. Their entire purpose is to extend the life of clothes that were once worn . . .
A Paperless Kitchen Isn't A New Invention No paper towels. No paper plates. How would one ever survive? A few years ago I toyed with the idea of nixing paper towels from all future shopping lists. When Josh agreed to it, I was ecstatic! We have had a paperless kitchen for nearly 3 years now, and . . .
Thrift Store Finds Every piece of this outfit is from a thrift store, and I didn't even plan it to be that way. Obviously I just have a closet full of thrift store finds. I thrifted the head scarf, which is a large black scarf/shawl, a few years ago. The shirt was a last minute grab at a 50% thrift . . .
Your skin is your largest organ Generally I go on and on about the things you put on your skin. They matter so much because your skin is an organ. What you put on it affects your entire well-being. It's so important to use natural products on your skin because they work with your body rather than . . .
I love a good Bed & Breakfast Bed & Breakfast style accommodations are my favorite because they allow me to revel in historic architecture. Up close and personal is the best way, in my opinion. So many historic sites don't allow you to get close, examine, rest, and live a few days on their . . .
A Quick Gide to Fully Experience Waco, TX Waco, TX reminds me of a mixture of my hometowns - Fayetteville, AR, the hipster-ish college town where I was raised, and Texarkana, TX, the twin city where I was born. There is a mixture of old things and newness all around. You can see both scarcity and . . .
Visiting Waco, TX Our trip to Waco, TX was so amazing! You gotta click over to read about it and see all of the pictures. We stayed in The Morrow House (check that post out, too), and we were able to go explore the city and take a LOT of photos for our blogs. The weather was really nice for early . . .