Trimmed my ends and got my hairline/part brightened up this week! There’s nothing like fresh color, right?
How gorgeous is this dress? I cannot decide which color I like better: green or black?! If you have a wedding or formal event to attend this winter, this would be a beautiful option!
Okay, I’m also obsessing over this dress too!
I am a very loyal “half and half in my coffee” girl but I recently tried this Almond milk creamer by Elmhurst and have come to really like it! It doesn’t add too much sweetness or alter the flavor of the coffee, in my opinion!
I also picked up a new lipstick by ELF when I was walking through Ulta the other night. The shade I grabbed is called Dirty Talk and it’s a very easy-to-wear nude pink. Some nude pinks look too brown on me, but this one is really perfect. Feels hydrating and comfortable to wear, and at $9.00 it’s a nice price point too!
In “Instagram Story controversy” this week, I shared a photo of the “moon pies” I made for my kids on Tuesday evening and my DM’s nearly broke with people telling me that they aren’t called that or asking me what they are. What I made was a tortilla with melted butter spread across the top and sprinkled with cinnamon sugar. I baked them for about 10 mins at 400 degrees. I called them “moon pies” because that is what I was taught when I went to summer camp in Northern Wisconsin as a kid. We made them over a campfire and they, frankly, look like the face of the moon before they are sliced into wedges. However, I’ve come to learn that they are called Sopapillas or buñuelos. I think they are deep-fried, though. Either way, a kind follower defended my honor by affirming that, in fact, the summer camp I attended called these treats moon pies!
And here are a few things I mentioned on Instagram Stories recently that you may have missed:
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