One. We're BACK! You've been asking when we were coming back and we promised it would be soon...so we all talked it over and agreed we are ready and anxious to continue our Five on Friday tradition! We loved linking up with so many of you fabulous ladies each and every week and cannot wait to pick up right where we left off...love you April, Christina, and Darci! We will reconvene next Friday, October 3rd, so get your five best topics ready to share! As always, we can't thank you enough for accepting us with open arms and we hope you'll come back and do it again. :) #FiveonFriday
Two. Shop Til You Drop. I've been stocking up on a few new fall favorites these past weeks and I am so excited about how I've been shopping... more items that I simply LOVE and not just because I think I need it. I've been working with Amy of Tina Adams Wardrobe Consulting and we recently did my closet clean-out...SO many amazing tips and tricks I can't wait to share with you next week! Here are a handful of the newbies I added to the wardrobe:Rubbish Army Jacket
P.S. Target has tons of apparel items at Buy 1, Get 1 50% Off this week, too!!
Pixie Pant (Only $25 this week, too!)Kendall Simmons, is one incredible lady and I love everything she has picked out! See inspiration below :) Yes, I am giddy with excitement that I am going to get to work in this sweet space everyday.
Four. Sugar Bit Brand Rep Search. We are on the lookout for some mighty cute minis to help show their Sugar Bit love! We posted on Instagram the other day on how to get in touch with us to enter or you can also fill out the brief survey HERE to be considered...so excited for this fun, new initiative for my little business. Also, check out select Fall Favorites that are 20% off right now, too.
Five. Get Creative. Lately, I've been in a rut when it comes to blogging/social media/marketing/etc, and I am trying to think outside the box in brainstorming and coming up with fun and new ideas. I came across this infographic the other day (LOVE me some infographics) and it showed me that taking some small steps and changing out my routine may just be the swift kick I need to actually complete some outstanding projects.