As 2013 comes to an end and we take a moment to reflect on the year that has passed and the year that is to come, to think through the resolutions we have made and the ones we still hope to achieve, I believe there’s one thing we all have in common...
Big Apple's annual Flea Market has arrived and, if I dare say, it keeps getting better year after year!
The stars of today’s ‘Get The Look’ post were, unquestionably, meant to be the jewels. There’s something about this time of year that really inspires us to sparkle...
I decided to do a little giveaway as a token of my appreciation for all of you. Because, let’s be honest, you are our inspiration and, ultimately, what makes this blog what it is.
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With only 1 or 2 weeks to go, I guess this will be my last post for a while, depending on how good I feel after giving birth (I am hoping for a natural birth after 2 prior C-sections!), and how crazy life is with a tiny baby and two wild boys running around. (I have no doubt it will be!)
Today I want to share with you my most recent collaboration with Alessa Designs which benefits Fundaniñas- a nonprofit organization here in Guatemala that provides a permanent home to abused, abandoned and "high risk" girls between the ages of 3-20, and gives them the foundations for a happier and brighter future.
Today’s post is going to be very brief. Being the first day of detox week (after Thanksgiving and this past weekend, it’s very much needed), I’ll likely spend most of my day in the kitchen, planning the menu and preparing the bases of our meals.
Planning a detox week does take a little bit of work, but, I promise you, it’s so worth it! You feel like a brand new person once it’s over.
And just like that, we say good-bye to the first week of December. I can’t complain, though, as I am kind of looking forward to Christmas this year. Not to mention that for the first time in our 8 years together, my husband and I have decided to travel for New Years- to go somewhere fun with a couple of close friends. And boy, am I looking forward to that!
Although recently most identified with vintage Versace, the baroque print actually originated during the renaissance period, in the 17th century, with the purpose of creating drama, conveying extravagance, luxury and grandeur.