I've been trying to write this post for over a week now and it's been hard to get out. I don't know if it's because I haven't written a legit blog post in quite some time (like almost two months...wow) or if it's because I'm just having a hard time finding the words to express all the thoughts bouncing around in my head for a while now, but it's been hard to get this out. Also, I'm a perfectionist, and I'm just going to have to accept that this won't be perfect. Done is fun, right? Obviously, as stated before, it's been a hot second since I wrote a blog post. While HTC definitely has taken a back seat over the second part of 2019, largely due in part to my job, . . .
This post was sponsored by Babbleboxx. All opinions are my own. It's officially the most wonderful time of the year and as I write this, I have a Hallmark Christmas movie playing in the background, my Christmas tree all lit up, and snow is falling outside. I mean, could it be more perfect? I'm gearing up for all of the food, shopping, and holiday parties coming my way for the rest of the year and I am so excited to be teaming up with Babbleboxx and their partners to share some must-have products for the holiday season. All of these products will help you feel beautiful inside and out during the holiday season, especially at parties. I know that I always get a . . .
This post is sponsored by BabbleBoxx.com on behalf of ECOVACS. All opinions are my own. Friends. Family. Strangers. Let me introduce you to my new best friend: the DEEBOT OZMO 950 from Ecovacs. I know it sounds dramatic, but I mean it when I say that this little robotic vacuum has completely and totally changed my life and I think it should be a MUST-HAVE vacuum for dog owners. Let me explain: When we moved into the new house back in April, we were thrilled that the main floor was all hardwood, especially by the door leading out to the back yard. Our previous home had carpet by the back door and the amount of mud and dirt that the dogs dragged in daily turned . . .
I've sat on this post all month and here, in the last few hours of the last day of Childhood Cancer Awareness month, I'm pulling the trigger and publishing it. I don't normally have a problem talking about my experiences with pediatric cancer, but this post is from a more raw, rough, and real point of view as a childhood cancer survivor. Before jumping into it, I want to preface that I am in NO WAY looking for pity or attention. This last year has been super transformative for me (in terms of coping and coming to an understanding and certain level of peace with my trauma and experiences.) I'm mentally and physically in the best place I've ever been in my 13 . . .
Affiliate links used at no cost to you. Thanks for supporting HTC. I just looked at the weather forecast and thank the stars, we're finally about to leave the 90-degree weather behind us in Utah. It's only 65 degrees today, raining, breezy, and absolute fall weather perfection. I could not be more thrilled. I have so many cozy sweaters waiting for me and I can finally eat my Pumpkin Spice flavored things without being judged by everyone and their dog. It's been a hot second since I've done any fashion posts on HTC, which is actually a hoot since I've been working in the fashion industry for almost a year and buy clothes pretty much every week (hard not to . . .