Christmas

2018 Gift Guides || For the One who Loves an Adventure

Our gift guiding for 2018 continues today with this gift guide for the adventurer. Loves to hike? Loves to travel? Loves to grill? We’ve got you covered! I traveled with this Tiko carry-on to Santa Fe recently and fell in love with its simplicity and streamlined design. They’re based out of Austin and their direct to consumer model allows them to be priced well-below comparable bags on the market. This is one of Aaron’s favorite brands and I feel like this heathered charcoal beanie is a gift just about anyone can appreciate. …

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2018 Gift Guides || For the Friend with the Most Stylish Home

Whether it’s a room you rent, an apartment in the city, or your dream abode, home is everything. It’s a sanctuary amid life’s storms and a place to entertain and enjoy the ones you love most. The best homes are the ones that are layered over time– a platter here, a dish there, and new piece of art for the win– which is why home decor is among my favorite type of gift to give and receive! There are always shelves that need styling, tabletops that need a little something extra, and bedside table just begging for a …

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2018 Gift Guides || For the Friend Whose Closet You Want To Raid

As we approach gift guide season this year, let’s get one thing straight: The hunt for the perfect gift for that friend that always gives the best advice, your mom who is always up to babysit in a pinch or your newest SO should not be cause for stress! What do you know about that person? What would they appreciate, but likely never purchase for themselves? As I began compiling this list, I texted a few friends and family members to ask them what was the best gift they ever received and you want to know something? It’s always …

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Gluten-Free Buttermilk Pie Recipe

This delicious buttermilk pie recipe is the perfect pudding for Thanksgiving. This old fashioned recipe is straight from my families cookbook and I can’t wait for you all to try it! I’ll never forget holidays at my Grandma Thompson’s house. From the moment I woke up to the moment I went to bed, my grandmother would be busy in the kitchen. I kid you not, she would make everyone’s favorite dessert–cake, pies, cookies, you name it she baked it. She had 5 children, all married with kids. There were a lot of people and a lot of …

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