How was your week? Mine was a bit of a whirlwind. I felt like I was playing catch up after my sister’s visit last week. Isn’t that how it always goes after a vacation? I’m hoping to find some time to catch up on my sleep this weekend … cross your fingers for me!
Anyway, I can’t wait to check out your amazing posts. Thank you so much for stopping by!
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Is it just me, or are mornings way too stressful? There’s never enough time, I always seem to get stuck with the cold shower, and the thought of tackling my ever-expanding to-do list makes me want to crawl back into bed.
Thankfully, I’ve discovered a few tricks to make my mornings flow more smoothly, starting with coffee, of course! Today, I’m showing you how to make the perfect iced coffee with my new discovery, McCafé, plus sharing some of my time-saving tips. Continue reading →
Today, I’m continuing with the French theme that I started Monday. I’m sharing easy DIY French themed party decorations, along with free printables that you can use for your next get together, so keep reading!
It’s birthday week here at Hello Little Home, and what would a birthday be without a wishlist?
I love making a birthday wishlist every year. It’s mostly just for fun, and maybe to give my husband an idea or two.
This year, my list is heavily influenced by spring, which currently seems like it’s never going to arrive! So I’m dreaming of bright colors and sandals, plus a few crafting and cooking things that will keep me happy indoors in the meantime!
My birthday is this Saturday. To celebrate, I’ve come up with some fun ideas for you!
I love all things French and Parisian. My husband and I took a trip to Paris a couple years ago, and I’ve been obsessed ever since. Unfortunately, I don’t have any immediate plans to return ( a girl can dream though), so I decided to bring a little France to my home and created a French birthday theme.
Today, I’m sharing an easy croquembouche recipe, plus some easy French themed food ideas. And later this week, I have a some decorating ideas and party printables for you!
Hey, friends! Welcome to another Best of the Weekend!
I had the best week. My sister and niece were visiting, and we had so much fun! We did a little of everything: Chinese in Flushing, walking the High Line, lots of catching up, and the Natural History Museum, to name a few.
We also took a road trip to visit my aunt in New Hampshire, and it was quite the day. Our rental car broke down before we even left NYC, and apparently, long car rides and toddlers don’t mix … who knew? It was great seeing my aunt though.
Anyway, thank you so much for stopping by today! I can’t wait to check out your amazing posts!
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Do you ever feel like your days pass by before you’ve had a chance to stop and enjoy them? I know I sometimes do. Time just goes by so quickly. I mean, how is March almost over already?!?
Lately, I’ve been trying to step away from the computer, turn off my phone, and pause my day for a “Me Moment.” Even a few minutes are enough to recharge me before I start the next task on my never-ending to do list.
These moments are the perfect time to read a few pages of a book or enjoy a small indulgence, like this amazing Raspberry Chocoholic Smoothie!
As much as I love my skinny jeans, I also like to change things up every now and then. Which is why I was excited to see that flared jeans are back on trend!
Flared jeans are super flattering … hello, curves and long legs! They look great with a variety of shoes, and with leg widths ranging from mini-boot cuts to exagerated bells, there’s a pair for everyone.
Not sure how to wear flared jeans? Here are some tips:
Length is important, so choose a pair based on whether you plan to wear it with heels or flats. Floor-skimming hems (1/2-inch from the ground) look best and will give you legs that never seem to end. Get them hemmed, if needed.
Dark washes are very slimming and easy to dress up, while lighter washes are more casual.
High waists, larger flares, and light washes add to the retro vibe of this style. Play it up with platform shoes and slim-fitting tops (maybe tucked in).
I love, love, love flared jeans with wedge sandals … it’s just so seventies chic! But try dressing them up with heels for a night out or dressing them down with sandals, slip-ons, or sneakers, too.