This post was sponsored by My Sister's Closet. All opinions are my own. Looking for some outfit inspiration for Thanksgiving Weekend? Here are 3 Affordable and Trendy outfit ideas for your Thanksgiving Holiday! So. It's Thanksgiving next week. Anyone else flipping out a little bit? Like HOW is it THANKSGIVING?! I feel like I've been so preoccupied with all the big life changes I've made recently that I've barely had time to focus on anything past Tuesday, so I feel a little surprised (and shell-shocked) that turkey time is literally just over a week away. That being said, I'm FULL ON READY for Thanksgiving weekend (AKA, the best weekend of the year, since . . .
affiliate links used in this post at no cost to you - thanks for supporting HTC! I've definitely fallen out of the habit of writing here consistently over the last few weeks (or months) and to be honest, it's been kind of hard to get back into the swing of things with all the changes we've had going on over here in the Carr home. I've seriously had months of content shot and planned and just haven't had the time (or, to be honest) the energy to sit down and write about them by the end of the day. And, once I made some big decisions over the last few weeks, it felt weird to write about anything until I could share what's going on in my life and where things . . .
This post is sponsored by Just Right by Purina - All opinions are my own We have snow in the mountains. Yep. You read the right. We have snow in the mountains here in Utah and we've had it there since the beginning of October. Even though we've been enjoying the most beautiful fall days here in the valley, the snow is a constant reminder that winter is literally just around the corner and it will be snowing before we know it. Time to batter down the hatches, crawl into a whole (and get those dogs ready for winter!) I'm not going to lie - winter is not my favorite season. I mean, I love the snow when I'm all cozied up at home, snuggled in blankets with hot . . .
This post was sponsored by adidas. All opinions are my own. Thanks for supporting the brands that support HTC. For the last twelve years of my life, I've been told to be careful. Be careful not to over-do it, to not be too active, to not do activities that involve long distances or high impact or anything that could risk irreversible damage to my reconstructed left leg. Combine with the chronic pain from a total left knee replacement on a donor bone, the energy capacity of a teaspoon and a bitter resentment towards a body that betrayed me by growing a tumor in the first place, I was convinced I would never be healthy or strong again and that any type of exercise . . .
At the end of September, I got brave and decided to talk more openly about my story as a pediatric cancer patient and survivor. Since September is Childhood Cancer Awareness month, I wanted to do my part in raising awareness and sharing a REAL look at treatment and life after. And yes, while I've written a lot about my experiences as a survivor here on HTC, talking about it face to face (well, with my face on Instagram Stories) was really intimidating. It's hard to relive those memories of my diagnosis, treatment, and life immediately afterward in such details and it puts me in a very vulnerable and sensitive state. But. That IS my story and even though it took me a . . .