Fall is everyone favorite season, right? Football, weather is perfect [most of the time], all the best holidays, the list is endless. I always see these awesome fall bucket lists, but after looking into them more they aren’t reasonable with a baby/toddler. No baby wants to go apple picking! So I’ve made our very own ‘Toddler’s First Fall Bucket List’.
Follow along with us below, I’ll be updating the list as we complete it!
- Make homemade apple sauce & enjoy it’s deliciousness
- Pick & carve the very first pumpkin
- Play with pumpkin guts & toast the seeds
- Have a bonfire & roast s’mores
- Meet out of town family
- Go trick-or-treating
- Go on a nature walk
- Finger paint with fall colors
- Have a first birthday!
- Enjoy a Thanksgiving feast
What are some of your favorite fall activities?
Chalk art makes my heart happy.
This week has been crazy, and it’s only Wednesday. Sure a glass of wine [or 3] at night can help to de-stress after a long day, but sometimes I like to start the day off relaxed by letting my creative juices flow. A little chalk dust and a few cups of coffee later and I was ready to start my day.
I’ve posted previously how to make your own chalkboard wall, but I figured I’d do a quick tutorial on how I actually create my chalkboard art for the average person. [let’s be real – no one has time or sanity for that elaborate fancy shit] I’ve seen people print out their designs and cover the back of the paper lightly with chalk dust then trace over it, I prefer to do mine all by hand. I find it therapeutic to see what you picture in your head come to life.
Under eye bags. Dark circles. Wrinkles. Fine lines. All things aging women [or men] never want to hear. About 2 years ago I realized I needed to start putting some thought and care into my face routine. I couldn’t just fall asleep with my makeup on after a long night out anymore. Enter Gunnar and you get one tired face that doesn’t have time most days to be bothered with make-up to attempt to cover the above issues.
Like anyone, I’m always skeptical of any product that promises “instant results”, but when I was offered to try the Dynamic Sonic Instant Eye Lift – I couldn’t not try, right? Continue reading