I LOVE to host. Seriously. One of my favorite things about moving to D.C. has been getting the opportunity to host so many friends and family in our little home. Sometimes people are coming to visit us specifically, and sometime we just get to play Hotel Smith while people are in town for a conference… Continue reading The Art of Hospitality
I know it’s been a while since I’ve been on here… almost 6 months! I guess life got a little crazy… I had started a new job, Andrew’s Chick-fil-A has been killing it but keeping him busy, and we’ve been very involved with our church and social life! Sometimes I try and picture our busy… Continue reading 5 Fashion Trends for the Spring/Summer & the Affordable Ways to Rock Them
So I haven’t blogged in quite a little while. Sorry about that. Although chances are that 99% of you didn’t even notice. Except my mom. She probably noticed. (Thanks Mom!) Anyways. I just kind of had social media-aversion during all the election chaos. And then I was in the heat of the job search and… Continue reading Wedding Planning Tips & Tricks
Today’s blog post has a little bit different tone than my usual list of recipes or make-up tips, but I really wanted to share with you a cool “God moment” from today.
This is a new twist on the usual meaning of this phrase. I’m listing here 13 recipes that all share a common ingredient with the recipe before and after them. This will help with lowering your ingredient list at the grocery store – the key to saving money on meals!
I recently was elevated to Sephora’s highest level of their loyalty membership: VIB Rogue. This was an honor I was way too excited about and probably speaks more to my Sephora addiction than anything else. BUT it got me thinking that maybe I should share some of the make-up knowledge that I learned along the way with you.
One of the adjustments of being married and living with your spouse is that you go from eating a lot of meals out with your friends, to eating dinner together most nights at home with your spouse. Because your best friend already lives with you now so it’s a great way to catch up on your days, have quality time, and save some $$$. If you’re like me, you also welcome this change because cooking for 1 person can be quite a chore so it finally makes cooking worthwhile to have someone with whom to share your food.