I was sent these products by Cait & Co (the owners of Luxe Apothecary) in exchange for some photographs. All opinions of these products are 100% my own, as always.
I am a shoe in when it comes to beautiful packaging and Luxe Apothecary has that aspect of their business down to perfection! I can't be the only one, however, who has gone to the store, fallen in love with a product that has beautiful packaging, and brought it home only to be disappointed by the quality of the item inside. It's the worst, am I right?
Happy Birthday, Michael!
Last weekend, Park Circle had a community block party in celebration of St. Patrick's Day. We'd originally planned to meet one of our local friends there, but when her two year old spontaneously decided it was nap time and she couldn't find her car keys, we decided it was best to reschedule. (Life happens and if a two year old needs a nap, it's better for everyone if they nap. I do remember that from my nannying days. haha)
Michael and I decided that we would head to the party anyways and ended up having a really nice time. We laughed while we were there because Park Circle, the area hosting the party, is a place where we come quite often to go on walks or to take blog photos. Normally the walk up and down the main street feels quite short, but on Saturday it was PACKED with people and suddenly the street felt so long. There was a lot of trying to merge with the crowd and rerouting as people came to a dead stop in front of you.
I received this book from Blogging for Books in exchange for an honest review.
Over Thanksgiving last year, I began to get very interested in the concept of infusing my own liqueurs. It started because Michael's aunt always makes and brings Lemoncello with her to the extended family's annual Thanksgiving celebration. Michael and I aren't the biggest drinkers, but it's fun to have something here and there, and being able to offer our guests custom made liqueurs or infused drinks sounded like a hobby I wanted to get behind. This made me extra excited to read Amaro by Brad Thomas Parsons.
"My hope is to eventually truly realize that sometimes we have to 'fail' at some things in order to actually move closer to our goals. And maybe to take 'fail' out of my vocabulary all together. Because as much as I felt like I dropped some balls this week, I really just rolled them to a point in the future where I could pay attention to them. "
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