Welcome to a new post here on the blog. I wanted to start a new series all about self care as it’s what I am currently focusing on in my life. Today is all about my beauty favorites. Let’s get started.
Happy New Year!
I am officially back to blogging after taking a break. I failed at Blogmas this year from being sick to being busy to simply not feeling it. I just needed a BREAK! I am back and refreshed and what better way to kick off 2018 than to get all the holiday leftovers OVER with a clearance haul. Let’s get to it!
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Welcome to another post here on the blog. I’ve been pretty good at curbing my shopping habits especially with all the goodies that flood my Instagram and Facebook feeds, but every now and then I treat myself. I will say that I am very particular in what I buy. There has to be sale and if I’m not in love with it, I don’t buy it.
As always be sure to click the highlighted links throughout this post for related posts and links to purchase items/similar styles featured.
Welcome to another haul here on the blog. I’ve shared a Michaels home decor haul from goodies I scored on MAJOR clearance. I’ve shared a collective haul from my vacation. I also shared an Etsy sticker haul and this haul is about all the planner goodies that I’ve accumulated over the past month.
As always, be sure to click the links throughout the post for related posts and links to purchase items/similar styles featured.
Welcome to day 2 of my back to school week here on the blog. I will have a new post every day this week with tips & tricks to crush the clutter early in the school year. These posts are geared for the little ones to those in college.
Day 1 was a back to school supplies haul and today will feature a quick and easy homework station. As always, click the links throughout the post for related posts and links to purchase items featured.
Welcome to day 1 of my back to school week here on the blog. I will have a new post every day this week with tips & tricks to crush the clutter early in the school year. These posts are geared for the little ones to those in college.
This first post is a back to school supplies haul with items from Target, Michaels, Dollar Tree, and Staples. In additional, I’ll be sharing my top 3 money saving tips when it comes to shopping for supplies.
As always, click the links throughout the post for related posts and links to purchase items featured.
Welcome to another post here on the blog. I am really cranking out posts these days. I’m so happy to have the time and the vision to keep creating content for you all to read and enjoy. I hope to inspire you with what I share.
This post is all about my August ‘This Month Currently’ page in my Happy Planner. I use this as a at-a-glance memory page for the month. Be sure to click links throughout the post for related posts and links to purchase items featured.
The ‘This Month Currently’ page of my Happy Planner is one of my favorite to decorate. I use it to track birthdays, any important events I have for the month, plus it’s just fun to decorate. I typically add to it at the end my favorite songs of it I went to the movies, I’ll add the ticket. For July I kept it simple, yet went all out with the red white and blue. As always be sure to click the highlighted links throughout the post. Let’s start planning!
We’re nearing the end of my Planning for Beginners series, but I couldn’t leave out the Target One Spot. Well, it’s been renamed to ‘Bullseye’s Playground,’ but I still call it the One Spot. Check out the previous editions below:
- Planning for Beginners: No Right Way to Plan!
- Planning for Beginners: What’s Your Style?
- Planning for Beginners: Sticker Stash
- Planning for Beginners: Etsy Stickers 101
- Planning for Beginners: Washi on Washi
- Planning for Beginners: Printables
I’ve accumulated some amazing finds from Target, Dollar Tree and Five Below over the past few days. All of the items were from 30 cents, yes 30 cents to $5. The items range from gifts to decor and of course, planner goodies.
Target One Spot
I went into Target for deodorant and pads yet I was sidetracked by the One Spot, as usual, and all of the Easter goodies that were on sale. I ended up purchasing what I went in for, but I was there for a lot loner scanning items. From the new Summer line that’s out I purchased a list pad, page flags, and sticky notes. I will say that Target is getting skimpy with the post-its. Yes they come in a pack of 2 for a $1, but it’s only 30 sheets each compared to what used to be 50 sheets each. As for the Easter goodies I scored the plaid pail for $1.50 (originally $5) and the list pads and the sock were 30 cents each from $1.
I haven’t really found much in the Dollar Trees in my area that I have seen online such as the cute sweet treat list pad and sticky note set or any of the emoji list pads / sticky notes. There was a new Dollar Tree that opened in my area and when I walked in I was happy to find some of what I had seen, not the emoji stuff, but the thin washi tape. The store was a mess though. the shelves were in a complete disarray and there were boxes on boxes of stuff everywhere.
I did end up buying Paw Patrol magic towels for my nephews plus a basket to rotate their toys from upstairs to downstairs. For myself I picked up the display eisels, one small and large. The small one will sit on my desk with my business cards and the large one is for my planner. I can always move it to my kitchen as well to hold a cookbook.
My nephews absolutely love Five Below, but I’m really all about shopping in the $1-$3 price range. I will say that Five Below is a great place to find value gifts. I purchased a $5 for my 3 year old nephew. The real deal was a 100 piece Minion art set that had stickers, a coloring book, markers, crayons, stencils, and paints. Awesome deal for $5. The only one I saw of that set was for the Minions, but it’d be great if there were more. As for what’s on trend that was available, there’s Frozen of course plus some Paw Patrol and Finding Dory.