This post is sponsored by BabbleBoxx.com on behalf of nutter puffs. Well, we're almost there. I'm writing this as the buyers of our home do their final walk-thru and the day before we close on both our current home and our new one. Holy. Smokes. It's been a crazy couple weeks, I'm telling you. This isn't my first time around the block in terms of moving. In fact, this will be my 7th move in our six years of marriage, so I'd like to think that we're pretty knowledgable when it comes to packing up our lives and moving them to a new place. Minus the actual process of selling our house (which was new to us this time around, and definitely comes with its own bundle of . . .
This post was sponsored by Just Right by Purina. All opinions are my own. Thanks for supporting the brands that support Hey There, Chelsie. One year ago, I announced my partnership with Just Right by Purina and made the switch to put both of my sweet doggos on their personalized dog food. Today, I'm so honored and excited to say that we're continuing on with our partnership and both Teddy & Rosie will continue to eat their personalized kibble from Just Right by Purina that they are madly obsessed with and both love. If you are new around here, you might not know that we are THOSE dog people. We refer to Rosie and Teddy as our babies, refer to each other . . .
This post was sponsored by SheSpeaks. All Opinions are my own. If you're new around here, you might not know that I got my Bachelor's degree in English Education and spent almost two full years teaching High School English. Even though I made the very deliberate decision to move on from public education and transition into HR/Recruiting and now to marketing, I have a lot of fond memories of my teaching days. Don't get me wrong - I absolutely adored and loved my students (and keep in touch with several still.) But I honestly was not cut out for the hours and energy required for a public school teacher. Leaving the teaching career field after spending five years . . .
Over the last year, I've developed a deep, deep love and obsession for TJ Maxx and all the magical things you can find there. It started with a trip to one when I was home last summer for Beach Week. I popped into the local TJ Maxx to look for some flip flops because mine had broken the second day we had arrived at the ocean. As I wandered towards the shoes, I got distracted by the beauty aisle where a familiar logo caught my eye - Anastasia Beverly Hills. I took a sharp right to go investigate and before I knew it, I was sitting on the ground, sifting through the beauty bins. I couldn't believe it - SO many brands that I spent big dollars on in Ulta and Sephora were . . .
This post is sponsored by BabbleBoxx.com. All opinions are my own! Spring time is here and I seriously could not be happier to see the sun shining down a little more in Utah. Even though we've had a few beautiful days of 50 & 60 degree weather, we've also had a LOT of rain (which is a little unusual for living in our desert state!) I'm not complaining, though. One of my favorite things to do on a rainy spring day is to curl up with a mug of tea, snuggle my doodle and read away the afternoon. I've got a huge list of books I want to read that I'm slowly chipping away at and today, I'm teaming up with BabbleBoxx & Harlequin Books to share 5 books for women . . .