Sore and Struggling

ClassPass has successfully made me exercise at three different times in the last week that in other circumstances, I would have bailed. The consequences of canceling a class within 12 hours is $15 and missing a class is $20. You can read more about their cancellation policy here. Since we’re currently renovating our first home, […]

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Pass the ClassPass

At this stage in the game, if you haven’t heard of ClassPass, I’d be surprised. I’ve never used it, but I’ve been hearing about it for a few years. You can buy a monthly membership to ClassPass and it allows you access to different workout spaces and classes. I’ve never tried it, but I just […]

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Recentering

The last few months have been hectic, busy, fun, and maybe also overwhelming. Being away almost every weekend for events, functions, and just for other people, has been a beautifully exhausting way to spend the first half of the summer. Packing, driving, chaos, driving, not un-packing. Then doing it all again! Between a busy social […]

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Dancing in the rain

For the past few months I’ve been helping a Maid of Honor finalize plans for her sister’s bachelorette weekend. The MOH is so sweet and wants the weekend to be absolutely perfect. As with anything, though, there are some things that are just outside of your control. In this case, it’s the weather. While the […]

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Last minute logistics

During a meeting with a sweet bride last night we got to discussing wedding week logistics. For her timeline, this conversation was a bit premature, but her future in-laws will be flying in from out of state and they wanted to plan ahead. In reviewing high level, last minute logistics, I realized that until you’ve […]

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Pop bottles – or cans

While I have no complaints about prosecco, I have one or two thoughts on the containers. The small bottles are adorable – and I strongly encourage them for bridesmaid proposals – but they’re not quite the right size. A big bottle is too much to drink on your average night by yourself, and unless you’ve […]

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Started at the bottom…

And we’re still here. As brand new owners of a fixer upper, my husband and I are getting a lot of (much needed) words of wisdom. One piece of that we promptly and partially disregarded was the idea of starting projects at the top of the house and making our way down. The reasoning behind […]

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