I absolutely love Valentine’s Day, and every year growing up my parents would have a “love dinner” with me and my brother. It’s always so difficult to make reservations and plan to go out, so they chose to have a nice dinner at our house. We would all dress up and cook and decorate the house, so it felt so special. I put together some ideas if you want to have a “love dinner” too.
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The new Target line, Universal Thread just launched, and I don’t know about you, but I am obsessed. They have the cutest pieces that are classic and timeless, but have trendy touches as well. I chose my favorite 9 pieces- I hope you enjoy all of them as much as I do!
All of the items are linked under the images! Happy shopping!
boyfriend jeans black jacket distressed hem jeans
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Since Valentine’s day is this month, I decided to use that as my major inspiration for February. As you can see the whole board is covered in red and pink and lovely things. I love Valentine’s Day and think whether you’re single or taken, a day of love should always be celebrated.
I hope you love my vision board for this month and feel inspired to create one of your own. I love having a space dedicated towards pinning the things I am motivated by. Continue reading “inspiration board // February”
Since Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching, I have compiled 10 of my favorite gifts for Valentine’s Day under $50. I tried to keep most things gender neutral, so it could be given to anyone. I hope this gives you a bit of inspiration for gift ideas for one of my favorite holidays.
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Traveling back and forth across the country several times a year has made me a bit of a pro when it comes to overnight flights. Red eyes are typically the best way for me to go back to school without it taking up an entire day (thanks to the different time zones).
I compiled my top 10 tips for how I conquer the red eye… Continue reading “surviving the red eye // 10 tips”