One of my February goals was to try a new subscription box and I was super excited to finally try Stitch Fix. A few days after I placed my order, my blogging friend (and sponsor this month) Courtney at The Everyday Elegance posted a review on Rocksbox with a promo code for a free month! So obviously, I had to jump on that right away. Rocksbox is strictly a jewelry box and has a little bit of a different approach to your regular subscription box. You fill out a style profile (similar to Stitch Fix) and preferences and you pay 19 dollars a month flat. You get a box mailed to you with three pieces of designer jewelry that you can keep as long as you want. When . . .
Linking Up today at All the Joys to share the blogging love! Me: Yesterday, my 40 minute power nap turned into two and a half hours. Oops! I took a break from my 30 Day Shred and did Jillian Michael's ab workout instead. Ouch. So good but so painful. Did you know almost all of her workouts are on youtube for free? Rosie was feeling a little neglected yesterday while I was working on blog stuff, so I took most of the day off from life in general to take her to play at the park with some new puppy friends. The fresh air felt so good. Life with Rosie: In case you needed a review on Stitch Fix, a method to get healthy, or a feel-good story about my . . .
I'm joining the girls over at American Honey, Chalk It Up to Better Luck and The Hallway for Wordless Wednesday! What I loved about the past week - Having a full weekend to reconnect with Dustin! It was the first weekend we had off together in a couple of months, so we took advantage of it. We had a beautiful Valentine's Day filled with a couples' massage, a walk with Rosie, a late lunch, book shopping and a movie! On Sunday, we did a massive spring clean out of our room, our second bedroom, bathroom and closets. We ended up donating 7 trash bags of stuff to the local DI and throwing away another 4 trash bags of junk! Hooray! What I'm looking . . .
One of my February Goals this month was to try a subscription box! I decided to give Stitch Fix a try because I just purged my closet of basically everything and wanted some new clothes. Stitch Fix is a pretty cool concept. Basically, you pay 20 dollars for each "Fix" and you can pick how frequently you want a Fix delivered (every month, every other month, or basically, whenever). You fill out a style profile, set a price range, link up your Pinterest boards and leave any notes to your stylist about what you are looking for. Each Fix comes with 5 pieces of clothes/accessories and you have three days to try them on and see what you like. Your original 20 dollars can . . .
All imaged c/o goodreads. I'm not off to a very good start for my reading goal of 75 books this year! I should be reading between 6-7 books a month and in January I only got through three! What? For someone who loves to read, that's not my best. Thankfully, I am already on track for February, so we'll just call January a fluke month! Number the Stars by Lois Lowry-★★★★ This story follows ten-year-old Annemarie who is living in Denmark during WWII. Her friend is a Jew and she becomes part of a plot to smuggle her family out of Denmark as the Nazis start searching for Jewish Families. I read this in a day while substituting for a friend's middle school . . .