It's that time of year again! September is only 5 days away and that means I can (officially) break out all my fall decor! In case you haven't guessed yet, Fall is my favorite season. My house is barren except for this time of year because all I invest in is Fall decor. By this time next week, when you step in my house, all you will see is pumpkin this and pumpkin that. And I can't wait!
I have a love hate relationship with distressed jeans. Why would I buy a pair of ripped jeans when I am just going to fall down and put holes in them on my own? But I can't deny how cute they are (especially with Fall right around the corner) and how much I have been wanting a pair of distressed boyfriend jeans lately. So, in true creative fashion, I decided to make my own pair of DIY Distressed Boyfriend Jeans! That way I can stop my fixation while going easy on my pockets!
My brand new fashion tutorial will teach you how to make ripped jeans using stuff you already have around the house! (And, no. It doesn't involved you falling down in order to rip holes in your pants like I do).
Summer may be close to being over (thank God), but there is still plenty of time left to make those yummy summer desserts. I'm talking smores, banana splits, and, my new favorite, grilled peaches. This summer, after inquiring a whole bunch of peaches on a trip to the North Carolina Farmer's Market, I made it my mission to finally try this summer staple. What resulted was my new grilled peaches recipe with brown sugar.
I try to stay away from leisure shopping at Target as much as I can. It’s just a trap. A trap where I end up spending too much money if I have time to just stroll down all the aisles of fantastic stuff that I didn’t know I needed. Today, I fell into that trap. But, I got such great deals, I just had to share!
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