Happy Friday, friends! We made it… finally Friday! Whatever your plans are this weekend, I hope it’s absolutely wonderful (and relaxing!) Take the time to slow down, relax, and unwind…(at least as best as you possibly can.) The bf’s mother is visiting us this weekend, so we have a jam packed agenda… we’re going to the Philharmonic tonight, and Wicked tomorrow… with lots of activities during the day! In between all of the excitement, I’ve promised myself to slow down and savor the little moments! Anyway, I’m thankful for the weekend. Here were a handful of little things that brightened up my week.
Some of you may know that I try to eat gluten-free as much as possible. I’ve got an intolerance, which is entirely different than an allergy – but I feel 100% better when I avoid bread, pasta, wheat, the works. It can be really, really hard – I love my bread. I am so thankful to have discovered Free Bread, for that reason. Their rolls are just incredible. My favorites are the Jalaa (cheddar and jalapeno,) and the Creamer (with a little cream cheese in the middle.) So, so good. I get a dozen delivered every couple weeks.
I finally got my business cards. It’s funny, I can be such a perfectionist that it becomes paralyzing… and then, I don’t do the simple and important things – like ordering business cards. I got these from Moo – love their site, and the cards are way more affordable than anywhere I’ve seen. Of course I had to do a little mini-DIY, gluing sequins on, over the i’s. Of course.
I once had a boyfriend who told me that monograms were for narcissists. I don’t think he’d necessarily approve of this collection. And to be truthful; this isn’t even all of them. But hey, I work for BaubleBar! I get a discount. I can’t help myself! What do you want me to say!?
Lastly, the amazing team at Truth Art Beauty invited me to design my own custom face oil. I used an argan oil base with pumpkin seed and borage oil. I’ve always been a big proponent of face oils but this might quite possibly be my new favorite. It’s also much more affordable than other oils I’ve tried – at only $54, it’s a steal – relatively speaking, of course.