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Loving Lately: July 22nd

Going forward, each week I want to share 5-ish things that I have been loving lately, i.e. podcast episodes that made me cry, a new product I now can’t live without, quotes or ideas that blew my mind, TV shows I’m obsessed with, or articles that I can’t stop sending to friends.

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Loving Lately: July 8

Going forward, each week I want to share 5-ish things that I have been loving lately, i.e. podcast episodes that made me cry, a new product I now can’t live without, quotes or ideas that blew my mind, TV shows I’m obsessed with, or articles that I can’t stop sending to friends.

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How to stay Focused While Working From Home

I’ve been working from home at least part-time, for the last five years, and I can tell you that it can be the biggest blessing. I love saving time by not having a commute. It gives me so much flexibility to make doctor’s appointments or do errands. And of course, I love my dress code of yoga pants and a messy bun every day.

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My Interview with Oh So Graceful

I was really lucky to be interviewed by Caroline and Ally of Oh So Graceful, which is probably the cutest and most intentional lifestyle blog & shop out there. They have really beautiful and unique ideas like how to make a holiday wreath with vintage ornaments. We had a lovely interview and gorgeous photoshoot.

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Favorite Trader Joe's Beauty Products

My favorite section at Trader Joe’s is the bath & beauty products aisle. Trader Joe’s has introduced new products to my beauty routine that I did not even know I needed. Read more for some of my favorites.

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What I love & loathe about Cleveland

I moved to Cleveland, exactly four years ago, on October 3rd 2014. I moved here for a job. I was kind of sick of Chicago. I was looking to move but never thought it would be to a smaller city, still in the midwest. And I love it. But whenever I am asked how I like living here, I always respond, “I love it. But I won’t die here.”

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How can you reset in the fall?

The combination of fresh notebooks for school, leaves changing colors, and the crisp fall air always makes me want to take a step back and start anew. Over the years, I’ve learned that there are a few essential things to do at the end of the summer or early autumn that help set you up for success for the rest of the year.

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