This post was created in partnership with Utah Furniture Deals. All opinions are my own. I started writing about what a hot mess I've been over the last few weeks but then decided to save it for another post because when am I NOT a hot mess? Exactly. Long story short, between my site going down right before leaving on our cruise last week, dealing with some health problems, and just trying to keep my act together, things have been (say it all together) crazy town. The cruise was exactly what I needed last week. A WHOLE week, completely unplugged from online and from work and nothing but sunshine, salt water, and books to fill my time. I did a lot of thinking, . . .
It's been a hot second since we've unboxed a Stitch Fix and I figured there was no better way to kick of a Monday than showing my most recent fix. Yes, I'm still getting them (I have a year style pass) and yes, I'm still on the fence about how I feel about them (even though I've been getting them for almost 5 years.) My last few fixes have not been very amazing, to be honest, and I haven't kept a full fix since my magical fall box two years ago! But, I really like having the style pass because I don't have to pay the $20.00 fee every time I want a box and they are fun to have for when I'm looking for unique pieces for different events or trips. For example, Dustin . . .
This post was sponsored by Just Right by Purina. All Opinions are my own. My partnership with Just Right with Purina has brought me some pretty amazing opportunities over the last year. From having a personal chef customize a recipe for Dustin & I, to being able to donate $1,000.00 to the Idaho Falls Animal Shelter for the holiday season, it's been nothing short of a dream to work with a company that I truly stand behind and use. This month, JRBP pulled back the veil and let me have a Q&A with Dr. Kurt Venator, Chief Veterinary Officer at Purina. It was awesome to send in questions specific to Teddy & Rosie and get feedback and direction on how I . . .
Throughout the absolute chaos of our move last month, the one thing that kept me sane and kept me going was the thought of Moab. I just had to get through the move and then we would be back in Moab, enjoying the beautiful outdoors and experiencing views that one can only see when you have a Jeep. If you're here, you might not know that my husband and I are very passionate Jeep-ers. We own a 2001 Jeep Cherokee Sport (AKA, a Jeep XJ) that we lovingly named Dinah and we've been working on building her into a dedicated off-road vehicle for almost two years now. We work tirelessly to save up for new parts and modifications and Dustin spends every free night he has in the . . .
Oh hey there. I know it's been nothing but radio silence for a while, but I'm alive and well. I'm slowly getting my feet underneath me, getting my life organized and figuring out where I'm going and what I want to accomplish with this space during the summer. I'm so glad things are slowing down enough for me to get back to writing and creating content here. The last few weeks/months have been filled with various forms of chaos and I just didn't have the time or energy to invest in HTC. Honestly, I had taken on so many fun (but somewhat exhausting) sponsored projects and collaborations in the first quarter of the year that I was absolutely exhausted and burnt out. . . .