I am slowly finding my favorite places in Oklahoma. Which probably means it’s time to pick up and move again, haha! I’ve had the most incredible time exploring and trying out all of the coffee shops from Edmond to Yukon and everywhere in between. Truth be told, I love trying new coffee places so it’s … Continue reading Not the Michael Scott Paper Company
I hosted my very first Christmas party this year and it was everything I wanted and more! The goal was The Office Classy Christmas meets the Michael Scott Christmas party where everyone is pounding back twelve bottles of vodka. Y’all, it was amazing! My budget was incredibly low, like almost non-existent, and I couldn’t have … Continue reading Hang the Mistletoe
On my Sweet Sundays (which it’s been a while since posting one of those) I like to highlight the Good List of the week. 2019 has been the most excruciating year of my life. It has been eleven months of trusting Jesus, making mistakes while learning to give myself grace, praying relentlessly, loving without fear … Continue reading The Good List: Thankfulness
There are few things that I love more than a winter wedding. As I’m coming off two back-to-back weddings, Carmen’s and Ashlyn’s, I can’t help but think about how beautiful the autumn air was and how stunning everyone looked in their jewel tones. It’s normal to be concerned about wearing black to a wedding, avoiding … Continue reading Say “I Do” to Winter Weddings
The holiday gifting season is always one of the most stressful seasons. As much as I love giving gifts, budgeting and timing never seem to match up and I’m left flustered. Until this year! It is the first week of November and I am ecstatic to say that I have already purchased everyone’s Christmas presents! … Continue reading Before You Wreck Yourself
Something that’s been missing in my life has been a creative outlet outside of my day-job. I’ve joined committees and groups outside of work, even volunteering, but there was still a gaping hole for a creative need. Having an outlet that you can turn to and invest your energy into can bring a positive reinforcement … Continue reading A Little on the Side
I didn’t really feel like I missed out on much by going to Pepperdine for college, but one thing I felt like I didn’t get to experience was the excitement of college football! Football is a major part of the Texas culture. It literally starts in the “little league” of football games and doesn’t stop … Continue reading Touch Down Texas
There’s been a restaurant, The Collective, that I had been dying to try since it had opened in Oklahoma City. This collection of restaurants, eleven to be exact, was an exquisite take on a food court. Garrett and I were running late for brunch on a Sunday so we got in the car, drove into … Continue reading Counting Abs is Cheesier Said Than Done
I have an affinity for flowers. Not that it comes as a surprise to many of you. As you may know by now, I love all things bubbly, Parisian and floral. Having fresh blooms in my home, and even at my desk at work, is so important to me. The first time I discovered my … Continue reading Can We Speak in Flowers?
It feels like all I do these days is talk about dating...and that’s kind of true. I have no shame in admitting that every guy I’ve dated since 2016 has been from a dating app. I’ve found the most success in Bumble but have found a couple of suitors on Hinge. I truly stay the … Continue reading Bears. Beets. Bumble Buzz.