Happy Saturday! Grab a cuppa jo, and join me for a coffee chat and a look at some of my spring clothing faves!
We welcomed the first warm week of the year with a fire and some s’mores at my parents’ house.
The kids spent the afternoon picking up sticks from my parent’s yard, and then they cleaned up the neighbors’ yards as well. Ha.
Every spring when the weather starts to warm up I find myself scouring the internet for new shorts and shirts.
I never have problems finding shirts I love, but shorts? Ugh. They are SO HARD to find. Not too long. Not too short. Not too tight. Not too loose.
Here are a couple of new spring pieces I just ordered that I am excited to try!
I just ordered this in white because I like that it’s tapered instead of boxy, and the puff sleeve makes it look more feminine. I will let you know!
I have these wedge sneaker sandals in gray as well. I wear these all summer long. I just bought this taupe color which will go with just about any outfit.
I like the relaxed look of these shorts, and they have great reviews. If I love the fit of these shorts, but feel they are too short (I am not a booty shorts kind of girl), then I will unroll the hem with a thread cutter.
This is a great hack for making shorts flatter and fit your legs.
Shop some of my other spring favorites below![show_shopthepost_widget id=”4724614″]
This week on the podcast Juan Alvarado shared his expert advice on what it means to lead by building your strengths as opposed to improving your weaknesses. I learned a lot in this interview, and his personal story is full of inspiration as well!
Tia Graham is an expert on the science of happiness, and not only is the research behind reported satisfaction in life super fascinating, but she shares several really practical ways that you probably have never thought about that the research says will improve your sense of happiness. Be sure to check out it!
This low-carb latte recipe is one of my favorite after-dinner treats!
Let’s check out more inspiration from last week’s wonderful Wednesday blog hop.
Strawberries, oranges and two types of juices combine together to create this refreshing Easter Brunch Punch.
These DIY Easter Egg Bath bombs are simple to make and require just a few ingredients.
Check out the “after” of this restored French provincial dresser – I love the decoupage paper in the drawers.
This beautiful and easy spring DIY tablescape idea is perfect for your Easter celebration.
These fresh fruit popsicles in the color of a rainbow are getting me excited for summer!
If you’re feeling creative, this DIY map art with repurposed road maps looks easy and would make a thoughtful gift.
Have a great weekend!