There's the saying "God works in mysterious ways". I've mentioned several times, in previous posts, that I am a worry-wart (it's the Capricorn in me). Although lately I have been doing quite well handling my anxiety, there are moments where my mind begins to wander and I slip into old thinking habits. However, today I... Continue Reading →
Wondering what to wear this fall season. Allow me to give you some color trends that are popping for Fall 2018! Yellow Yellow isn't the first color I think of when I think of fall. But the right shade of yellow can remind you of beautiful autumn sunsets. Orange Orange is one of the best... Continue Reading →
It is summer, summer, summer time! At least here in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Of course, I had to share with you some of the things I am into for this summer. I had to include a mini Bath & Body Works haul and give a shout out to my Okie feature! Hop over to the channel... Continue Reading →
Hey everyone! Of course we all should have seen it coming. February is the shortest month of the year and it still seems like a surprise when it flies by. Honestly, I wouldn't mind if each month was this short. No offense to any of you who were born later any calendar month, lol. Well... Continue Reading →
https://youtu.be/XS__3s_hnfE I so often forget to share my favorites on my blog, BUT not this time! I hope you all enjoy. Pay extra attention to my Okie Feature. Her products are so great! ***If you have yet to SUBSCRIBE to the channel than please do*** Enjoy yo!
I can't begin to tell you how excited I get when I stumble upon a young entrepreneur especially when they are one of Oklahoma's own. I found Allie Paschal, owner of Left on Elm, on Instagram. Allie takes pieces of wood and diligently handcrafts them into personable items. Her work is unique, beautiful and worth showcasing. Fellow... Continue Reading →
There was a time when a person knew exactly where their food and everyday products came from. With time, things have changed a lot and the consumer is so far removed from the production process of many things they use daily that not knowing the origins of what we use has become second nature. Farmers... Continue Reading →