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The lovely winner will be announced Monday 11/5.
I hope you all have received your cards by now. If you haven't, feel free to link up with us later this week....and shoot your partner an email confirming the date they sent it.
While I wish I would have taken a picture of my apple pie...my main concern was devouring it as fast as possible. But trust me, it was DELICIOUS.
Oh, and we also met a llama...
1. Make my bed. Make your bed. Just do it.
It sounds ridiculously simple. The change I feel about my space when I come home from work has changed tremendously. What I want to accomplish or how I relax has completely changed by this simple action. If I don't have two minutes in the morning, I do it right when I get home. I feel relieved. And ready to conquer.
Greetings from the east coast of Australia, my name is Amy and I am the creator of The New Lady Times. I was delighted when Hollie suggested that I guest post on her blog and I do hope you all have an enjoyable read. Hollie and myself are on opposite sides of the world but there is not a whole lot that separates us. Okay, except for maybe the Pacific Ocean and the international date line. Just like all ladies around the globe, we are preparing for the weekend. While Hollie is off to a Making Things Happen Workshop, I have a hot date with myself, at home and couldn't be happier. Don't get me wrong, getting dressed in my finest frock, curling my lashes and heading out tonight is definitely a riveting option. However, I am not always in the mood to kick up my heels, consume my body weight in martinis and dance the night away. Much less have the energy for it. Plus, lets face it - no one is getting any younger. Similarly, I don't always want to feel the dreaded symptoms on Sunday morning, no matter how much glee was had the night before. Sometimes it is just okay just to stay at home (and most of the time it can be just as fun). So here are five suggestions on what you can do if you find yourself at home tonight and any future Saturday night.
Dear Bloggers, this week these posts stole my heart this one, this one, this one, this one, and this one!!!
Shoutout to Detroit...you're really not as bad as people say you are.
#3 Washington DC
(LOVE the PNW and think I'd love it here too)
(Want to visit someday! I hear it's so clear and beautiful)
(Been there! Nothing like it.)
(I've always wanted to live to Texas. For a long time my plan was to go to college in Texas. And some of my favorite bloggers are from Texas!)
#9 San Diego ;)
(See my boasts above)
#10 St Paul
(Gonna be honest here. I've never once wanted to visit St Paul but maybe I'll reconsider)
What do you think of this list? Where would you rank your city?