Life & Adulting

You Are Not Defined By A Number

I’m a 34 year old mom of two, my body image and self-esteem have been on a roller coaster for much more of my life than I’d like to admit.  Besides the usual societal and social media pressures, I mostly blame my bathroom scale and myself. The first mistake I made was buying a scale when… Continue reading You Are Not Defined By A Number

Life & Adulting · Parenting & Kids

Nine Mom Truths

Good morning and Happy Mother’s Day! I’ve been a member of the mom club for five years and this is what I’ve learned so far.  1. Being a mom is the most rewarding and challenging job in the world.  2. I understand and respect my own mom so much more since I’ve become a mom. … Continue reading Nine Mom Truths

Life & Adulting · Style & Fashion

It’s Friyay!

   Happy Friyay! 🎉🎉🎉 I’m most definitely ready for the weekend! Who’s with me? Head over to my Facebook page for a chance to win $20 to Famous Footwear! 😍👠  May your coffee be just how you like it and your weekend start before you know it! Have a great day friends! ❤️ Kari

Life & Adulting

You Know It’s Friday When…

   Happy Friday friends! I hope you have a wonderful day!    

Life & Adulting · Parenting & Kids

April Fools’ Day

 Pardon me, while I get on my soapbox for a minute. I’ve already seen a few posts today on my various social media feeds of people claiming to be pregnant. If you are congrats, what a blessing for you and your family. If you are not, please don’t joke about this precious gift.  Many women… Continue reading April Fools’ Day

Life & Adulting · Style & Fashion

Beginners Guide to Thrifting Part 1

So you want to start thrifting? Or maybe you’ve gone to Goodwill or your local thrift shop and completely struck out – you didn’t know what to do or where to look. Let me share with you my tips and tricks to thrifting. Several years ago I made a life changing decision, I walked into my local Goodwill.… Continue reading Beginners Guide to Thrifting Part 1

Life & Adulting · Style & Fashion

Universal Truths

I struggled in my teens and twenties with this idea. Like many young, naive, and at times insecure girls I believed the smaller the size and more expensive the price of my clothes, the better. Looking back I wish I could have given my younger self a stern talking to and realized that clothing sizes… Continue reading Universal Truths