This is a few weeks overdue however I am finally going to share what I got in my FabFitfun fall box aka The Best Lifestyle Subscription Box (in my honest opinion)!
Yes, you read that right. The Vegas Lifestyle Influencers had Girls Night Outback with Thunder From Down Under. If you know about Las Vegas, you know about the Thunder men. If you don’t…well here’s a video to learn more about them!
A while back I showed you the Red Cardigan and Cold-Shoulder top from POSH. I mentioned that I would have a separate post for the purse that was featured. Here it is!
It’s Friday and I’ve yet to post anything this week. So, I’m stopping by to tell you my plans for next week!
Joining Style Collective was one of the best blogging decisions I’ve made by far. I recently had the honor of attending my first Style Collective meet up dinner at The Black Sheep with the Vegas Style Collective bloggers!
I recently went back to my hometown, in support of my brother’s performance at the Solano County Fair. I hadn’t visited Northern Cali since I left, 14 years ago, and I thought I would hate it. I thought it would be boring and I wouldn’t find any interest in it other than the fair and my brother’s performance.
The feeling of being invited to a dinner that is practically free, boosts your social life, provides a life of status and offers free products never fails to inspire me and make me humble and grateful for becoming a blogger. I had the honor of attending a tropical dinner with the Vegas Lifestyle Influencers at the Margaritaville here in Las Vegas!
You may or may not have been seeing the Nordstrom Craze of their annual sale more than you’d care to see. I decided I would hop on the bandwagon and see what I could find amongst the sales…and if they are true sales (I’m talking 75% or more off).
Flying by yourself can be a very scary process. However, I’m here to tell you that it doesn’t guarantee your trip will be scary. My first time flying, since I was 4 years old, was by myself, to a whole other state across the country, with no blood relatives, and it was the most empowering experience I’ve had in my 25 years of living. This blog post will be a small series (about 3 separate blog posts)