Styles I’m Loving for Spring & Summer

I thought I’d change it up today and share a little bit more of a fashion related post. I recently cleaned out my entire wardrobe and am left with maybe five shirts that I can actually wear in public and so many good pairs of shorts/pants. Needless to say, I definitely need to revamp my closet, so I’ve been searching the web for some cute pieces. Here are the styles I’m loving for spring & summer:

Wedding To-Do List: One Month Before + At-Home Teeth Whitening & Giveaway

One of the most helpful items I had when planning our wedding was a to-do list! I had one for one month before and one for a week before! I wanted to be completely prepared and have everything scheduled so I could relax and enjoy the day. Today, I thought I’d share a wedding to-do list for one month before the big day. I’ll be sharing a to-do list for the week before at the beginning of next month, so make sure you come back for that post!

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He is not here; for he has risen, as he said. Matthew 28:6 Happy Easter!

How to Prepare for a 7-Day Trip

One thing I pride myself in is my trip preparation. I’m the person in the group that takes everything I may need for a week away and then some. I realized when we were about to leave for our last trip that I’ve become quite systematic when it comes to preparing for a trip away, so today, I’m going to share with you how to prepare for a 7-day trip!

5 Questions to Ask When Apartment Hunting

I find that looking for an apartment is rather addictive – I love comparing apartments, finding that perfect kitchen with a great amount of counter space, a balcony, and a spacious closet. It’s so much fun! I’ve probably spent too much time than I’d like to recognize searching for a new apartment for us. I finally found the one that’s perfect for us and our needs, which we’re really excited about! Though finding the one isn’t an easy process, there are ways you can make it easier on yourself when looking for a new apartment. Here are 5 questions to ask the rental property before signing the dotted line: