Thought I’d share a few little things I’m thankful for :)

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The beautiful Art that surrounds me

Bloggers that inspire me

Coffee that warms my soul and keeps me awake

Dreams, the next best thing to actually living it

Access to Education, on whatever topic I chose

All of my amazing Family and Friends

Giving (and receiving) Gifts

My Health and wellbeing




Laughter, Love, and Life

Milkshakes (oreo or mint chocolate chip please :))



Pumpkin scented everything (and Paul)

All of the Quirks, different people have. They keep things interesting and make us unique

Random acts of kindness

Enjoying all the different Seasons throughout the year

The ability to Travel the world


Vanilla coffee creamer

Clean, and readily available Water (and also wine)

Yoga, to calm my mind and keep me healthy

Being able to catch a few Zzzs in the afternoon

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What are You Thankful for?


The turkey pardoning tradition continues! Yestterday, Obama officially pardoned both Mac, and Cheese, two Ohio turkeys :) Check out the full story here!

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Shopping around the markets and street stalls in Thailand can be really fun, but you end up seeing a lot of the same old, mass produced, kitschy stuff. It wasn’t until I ventured outside the markets and into actual shops in Chiang Mai, that I found good quality and unique clothing.


Dress: Thailand // Shoes: c/o Teva

_1510294This dress was originally ฿2000 (about $60), which is significantly more than anything on the  street. After trying it on an the store owner saying he would sell it to me for ฿1500 ($45), I just couldn’t say no.

We took these photos on a day trip tour we took from Chiang Mai. The tour took us to two major waterfalls, a Karen Hill Tribe Village and Doi Inthanon National Park. When we got to the Hill Tribe village and saw how beautiful the rice paddies were, we knew there was no other place to take these photos. As I look at them now, the background almost looks fake..


In a bid to change that, KLM and Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport launched a campaign called “Cover Greetings,” which capitalized on the heartfelt farewells exchanged by passengers and their friends and family to make the boarding process a bit more human. Unbeknownst to passengers, friends and family were invited to write a note to their loved ones after they parted ways at the security line, which KLM employees then whisked to the flight ahead of time and posted to each person’s assigned seat, just in time for the passengers to read as they boarded the plane. How sweet is that? Check out the full story here!

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_1520490I figured I’d take a break from talking about the trip to bring you an awesome giveaway from Linger Rose! Linger Rose is an online boutique that sells handbags and accessories. I’m really loving the wine color for winter this year, so when I saw this Danielle Nicole tote, I couldn’t pass it up..

_1520562Top: c/o Front Row Shop // Bag: c/o Linger Rose // Boots: c/o Zappos // Jeans: Urban // Necklace: c/o Linger Rose


Enter to WIN a Bag from Linger Rose!

The bag I have is currently sold out, but Linger Rose has agreed to giveaway another one of my favorites from the Danielle Nicole collection! Enter to win this bag below:

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This wintry weather has brought a ton of snow for people to begrudgingly shovel up. But shoveling is way more fun with this inventive kid. YouTuber Rick Delashmituploaded a video of his sons plowing their driveway. One of his sons had a brain injury in 2008 and now uses a wheelchair. Watch as the boy holds a shovel and powers forward creating his very own snow plow.

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