Friday Favorites

Friday, October 20, 2017

Happy Friday! What are you up to this weekend? We are planning to cozy up at home, finish our halloween lights, carve some pumpkins and surprise Luna with putting together Trader Joe's Haunted Halloween Gingerbread House. Hope you have a wonderful weekend and here are this week's favorites.

Favorite Inspiration: U r beautiful and ur gonna do gr8 today-via Pinterest. This made me smile and I hope it does the same for you. 
Favorite Recipe: Peanut Butter Cookies-via Lowcarbmaven.com. I made a version of these with half almond butter, chia and flaxseed, and Luna loved them too! 
Favorite Fall Boots: Sam Edelman Petty boots-via Zappos.com. I own these in black and they are always on my feet. I found them in brown at Marshall's for $45 bucks!
Favorite Halloween Face: Deer Makeup-via Dress Your Face. Pinterest and Instagram was pushing more towards a family costume, but nah! I bought $7 deer set and plan to try to do my makeup.  I'll be a mama deer, daddy will be a superhero and Luna will be a Disney princess--ta da everyone will be happy. Ha!
Favorite Find: Ochre Gold Cardigan-via JcPenney. I shared this lace-up sweater on my Instagram and its so soft and cozy. I am going back for this gold one that's on sale for $18 bucks. 
Favorite Drink: Hormone-Balancing Hot Chocolate-via Hello Glow. I have been learning about adaptogens and hormones so I can't wait to try Hello Glow's hot chocolate especially now that we've had our first fall rain. 


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