Try Stitch Fix Risk-Free

Hi guys! I wanted to post a quick update about the online clothing styling service Stitch Fix. (If you haven’t heard about Stitch Fix yet, start here to get all the details.)

Stitch Fix is waving the $20 styling fee for your first box now through November 30th! If you have always wanted to try the online fashion service, this is a great risk-free way to see what it’s all about. Maybe you are looking for something new to wear for the holidays? Or perhaps you could use a few more warm weather things as the temperature is dropping. Whatever your fashion needs, now is the time to give Stitch Fix a try. My favorite thing about this service is being able to try things on at home, in front of my own mirror, without that horrible dressing room lighting! {read more}

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Review: Stitch Fix November 2014

Stitch Fix is a clothing styling service that sends you five pieces of clothing or accessories based on a style profile you complete. You can have a monthly subscription or choose to do it as little or as often as you’d like. There is a $20 styling fee that goes toward the purchase of anything you choose to keep. You have three days to try on the items at home and decide what you want to own and what you want to send back. The box comes with a prepaid, pre-addressed return envelope so returning is super easy. {read more}

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Comforting Spiked Tea with Fireball Whiskey

     We are getting out the wool socks and already fighting our first colds. Last year I made up a batch of homemade hot buttered rum mix from a recipe I found over at
Crumbs in My Mustachio and since I had some Fireball on hand,
I had to come up with something interesting.

Comforting Spiked Tea with Fireball Whiskey

I drink tea all day long in the cold weather seasons so it seemed natural to try to come up with a little “hot toddy” of a drink when I got my first cold of the season. This is a delicious treat to enjoy while you are curled up on the couch watching a movie. {read more}

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Thanksgiving Turkey Brine Recipes

What is a brine and why should you brine your Thanksgiving turkey this year?

Well, I don’t want to brag or anything but the first year I did a brine for my turkey, it was referred to as the “third most memorable bird” by my father-in-law. In his lifetime.
So you best be brining this year folks.

So what’s a brine?

If you google the word brine it says “a brine is water saturated or strongly impregnated with salt.” Um, I’m not looking to impregnate anything. So let’s just call it a salt water soak. {read more}

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Free printables for Thanksgiving

I am hosting the whole family at our house for Thanksgiving this year…11 adults and 6 kiddos. It’s gonna be big! I’m starting to think about the meal and how I’ll decorate the table. I’ve been coming across some gorgeous free printables online and I had to share some of my favorites. You’ll find everything from place cards, to banners, to dessert tags, to gift cards…the list goes on.

Are you hosting this year?

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Dimple Prints {read more}

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