How often do you look at your outfit and think, “I match my decor today”? I know the clothes I wear most are in the same color palette that I tend to use in my home. Blue, white, black, tan, warm brown.
Last night when I was scrolling through some clothing sites, a top caught my eye, not because it was something I’d necessarily wear, but because it reminded me of a Les Indiennes block print pillow. I’ve loved Les Indiennes, for a long time. To me, their prints are timeless and go with so many different styles.
For fun, I put together an outfit with coordinating pillows.
The Christmas season is right around the corner. I’m not ready to decorate yet, but that doesn’t mean I’m not thinking about it. There are so many amazing ideas out there. Each year, I like to mix it up a little bit without spending a lot of money. I have a few things that I store year to year, but I don’t have a lot of storage space, so I don’t have a lot of Christmas decor.
A few years ago I really loved a black and white Christmas theme. But I had the hardest time finding black and white ribbon/ornaments/decor. Now it is everywhere. Here’s a few pictures that inspired me.
I’ve spent a long time considering how I can post something for visiting teaching with the changes to the visiting teaching program. As I have reflected on the information in the Ensign for this month, I have thought a lot about the women that I’ve been assigned to visit teach. Ways that they are amazing and unique, things I love about each one, what their individual needs are, and ways I can help them.
As we all consider how to minister to our sisters, I hope we can reflect on how much we love each one, what her particular needs are, and how we can individually serve in meaningful ways.
I created a little worksheet to help me as I prayerfully reflect on how to minister to each one. If you think it would be helpful to you, I hope you will print them and fill them in with your thoughts.
I love this thought from the Ensign, “Making personal connections and listening with an attitude of love is the essence of visiting teaching.”
Here is a free printable you can use for a simple Thanksgiving table setting this year. The colors go well with all of the beautiful green and yellow gourds that are in the stores this time of year. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving with friends and family!
Here are a few of my favorite things from the past month.
1-Kut from the Kloth denim jacket
This denim jacket is so comfortable. Usually when I get home, I change immediately into a baggie, cozy sweatshirt and joggers. Yesterday I wore this jacket around the house ALL.DAY.LONG. I even did housework while wearing it. It is cute and comfortable.
2-Metal Kids’ Chairs
I bought these chairs with the coordinating table from Target for our upstairs play area. They are so sturdy and pretty dang adorable!
3&4-First Aid Beauty Serum and Ultra Repair Cream
These two products have been a miracle for me. They have helped heal my Retin-A parched face. In fact, every product I have tried from this brand is a keeper.
5-Madewell Roadtripper Jeans
I heard these jeans were for people who hate skinny jeans. ME! ME! ME! (See number 1 above). I really like the higher waist on these and they are stretchy and soft. And I can almost forget I’m wearing skinny jeans (until I can get home and change into my sweats).