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Hello & welcome to my fashion & lifestyle blog, Style My Mind! Here I post weekly about affordable fashion trends, but ya know, like real affordable! My favorite products, beauty routines & lifestyle experiences! I'm a girls-girl who loves the outdoors, white tee shirts & Disney World. Join me on my journey!

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Ok, so the jig is up! I am a Disney queen. I love it. It is my escape from life, my happy place and I have learned the ins & outs & how to do it up, adult style. Read more to find out my tricks...

It's summer vacation, where ya heading? Don't write Disney off as a place just for the kids. It's definitely not! In this article I want to share with you my best practices when visitng the most magical place on earth.

1. Stay at the Hilton Palace in Disney Springs

It's the most adult hotel in Disney with all the same perks. There is a shuttle to the parks, a hop across the street to Disney Springs BUT the kids pool is seperated from the adults, they have a great pool bar and adult games like cornhole and ladder golf. They totally have a lazy river which is my favorite spot. We like to rent fun floats and dance to the DJ on Saturdays.

I think this fella had a little much too adulting

2. Steer clear of Magic Kingdom, stick with Epcot and Animal Kingdom. Hollywood Studios comes in at number 3 because its's converting to like all Star Wars and that's just not my jam. Epcot has awesome events like the flower show happening in spring and food and wine which happens in the fall. And you can always drink around the world. The best ride there is Soarin'. DAK is my other favorite park because well, the animals! You can also drink and my number one favorite ride is there Expedition Everest. Also, really love the safari! Make sure you do Fast Passes 30 days before your trip. I still haven't gotten on Pandora yet, I am so upset so if you see it available - book it. Download the Disney app!!!

ALWAYS HAVE A PONCHO!!

3. Buy a cute backpack and bring your own snacks and water. Disney doesn't have to be expensive. Make sure the water is closed and you're good to go. 

We didn't bring this food but one of our fave places to eat is Splitsville in Disney Springs, great food and drinks!

4. Always have themed shirts for fun!!!!! You can be a big kid here... but with alcohol!!!! I have 6 pair of Disney ears. As an adult you actually have money, so go here planning on spending it. Not necessarily on food but they do have the cutest clothes and souveniers. 

5. For Florida residents the Silver Disney pass is $140 down and $28 a month. After your first year, nothing down $32 a month and totally worth it. Blackout dates are from June-mid August, 2 weeks at Christmas and Easter break. You don't get parking but if you go to a hotel and tell them you are there to eat, park there and take the monorail or shuttle over to the park. Also, you get 20% off all shops and 10-15% off certain restaurants. 

Xo, Cheers!
Jenn

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I discovered Salty Mermaid, a swimwear company, in Tampa a few months ago. What originally drew me in was the originality of their style along with the colors of their suits. Then, I noticed they give back to the community with every purchase. That's when I became more invested with this company. Find out more in this blog.

Salty Mermaid was created in 2016 by Jessica, a woman who loves bikinis and had a dream to help both animals and people live their best lives. She created her swimwear with some amazing causes in mind, the Rhinos and the Rainforest. (Click link for more details) Of course, she designed a collection with South Africa in mind, which is wear my suit comes from. Of course I picked Bohemian Queen Bikini, haha. I am far from bohemian but always a queen.

My first impression of the actual swimsuit was the incredible softness of the fabric. I dislike bathingsuits that are too stiff or rub too hard in some areas if ya know what I mean. This one is super comfortable and very flattering. The colors are so bright, it just makes me happy when I wear it. Also, here's a secret, the bottoms are reversible to purple. I love the braided sides of the bottoms as well. These come in brazilian or cheeky, I went with the cheekys :) You can mix and match like mine with the solid bottoms or top, and patterned. I prefer going with one of them being solid, too much patter isn't for me but to-each-their-own, which is why this site is great. You can match so many tops and bottoms differently. It's really fun, you can play and style your swimsuit literally all day. 

I have gotten so many compliments on it and while that makes me feel great, the causes this suit supports make me feel even better. I am an animal girl, and I love giving back to this beautiful world. Stock up just in time for Memorial Day weekend.

XO, Cheers!
Jenn

 

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Accessories galore! I am all about the earrings this year! I love finding different, new and bold earrings to wear. I like feathered, beaded and colorful. I found The Gem Co Shop on Instagram and love their collection and their prices! Read more here.

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Pink  Feather Fan Earrings

Gold Layered Necklace

Black Oversized Sunnies

These are sold out but linking dupe: Black Circle Tassle Earring

Manna Kadar Lipgloss

Gold & White Matte Statement Earring

As I said in previous blogs, one of my favorite parts of being a blogger is getting to meet a wonderful mixture of people from all over the world. I love seeing fashion in a form of art, and people living out their dreams. I did an interview a few weeks ago with a blog company and they asked me what interests me in fashion and I said someone once told me that you should invest your money into more staple pieces that will last longer and accessories than trending styles. So, I really took ahold of that advice and have been living it more and more. Accessories can really make an outfit, change an outfit or spice it up!

As I was perusing on Instagram I found a cute page called The Gem Co Shop. I loved their pieces and loved their prices even more. They run about $12-30 and the quality is fantastic. They do have more than just earrings so make sure to visit their page! 

{Photos by Audra Nicole}

They're all linked above and here are some of my other faves as well:

Cream Beaded Statement Earring

Yellow Beaded Circle Post Earrings

Teal Beaded Hoop Earrings

XO, Cheers!
Jenn

 

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When I started reading this book I was like "OMG this is so me!!" and I am sure it's probably a lot of you as well. Who really likes rejection? Who likes to feel inadequate? Probably no one. Lysa shares intimate details from some difficult times in her life that really help build a rapport with her and understand that we are not the only ones going through such hard times. We are not alone, we are loved and we can get through it. Read more here.

 

 

 

 

Photos by Audra Nicole

 

Lysa TerKeurst's book Uninvited changed my life.  I am a very strong, confident person in most of the areas in my life however; I do not handle rejection well, have a strong reaction to things I cannot control and have slight a fear of abandonment (nothing like laying out all your flaws for everyone right? haha). Soon after beginning this book, I realized Lysa is my soul sister. I also felt like I am not alone in feeling this way.  Most of the time I turn to TV shows to feel relateable to others i.e. Brooke Davis from One Tree Hill is also some sort of spirit animal. But that gets kind of tired. Because as we know, no one can make us feel better or lift us up better than ourselves and the Lord. In this book, Lysa shares very personal experiences where she is completely vulnerable and honest, letting us into her not-so-Christian-like character trait. We all have 'em! Let's be honest, we were not made to be perfect we were made for a purpose and most of the time it's to help someone else. In my eyes, Lysa's fulfilled her purpose, at least in helping me.

 

I want to take you on a walk through a few of my favorite stories and quotes from the book and share how they helped mold me into the better person. I am not completely fixed, everyday I have to work on not reacting and not trying to control things but I am learning! Join me on this journey so maybe I can touch one of your lives as well.

 

"The beliefs we hold should not hold us up even when life feels like it's falling apart."  This quote in the book hit home for me because I claim I am faithful, I claim I believe and I claim I want the life God wants for me however, when I am rejected or life isn't going my way I shut down and starting feeding myself negative thoughts. It's really unhealthy. If we have faith and we truly believe God knows what's best we need to live like that every day in every situation, keepng Him in control of life not you. Life was not promised to be easy. But looking back, every time I went through something traumatic or painful I realized a few things; it doesn't last forever, that feeling is only temporary. And secondly, something great always came next. If we keep holding on to our old ways, old relationships etc we will never open ourselves up to a relationship with God or anyone else for that matter.  Lysa goes on to say you cannot tie your identity to a circumstance, because circumstances are ever-changing and unpredictable unlike God who is never changing and always wants best for us. I could have used this book a year ago when I was totally heartbroken over a man I was seeing who decided for ME that I deserved better than him. Turns out, he was right, BUT at the time holy rejection! I shut down, I cried, I got down on myself and felt like I was not good enough for him and he just didn't want me. I didn't understand what I could do to change his mind. But what I didn't know until reading this book, is rejection isn't about you it's about them and their circumstance. And without giving away his personal life, he was going through some difficult circumstances which had nothing to do with me. In fact, I was the sun in his life and he told me that every day. He eventually came back of course haha and that's again when I realized he was trying to make the best decision he could at the time for the situation but that didn't mean I wasn't good enough, in fact it was the opposite.

 

"God is good. God is good to me. God is good at being God." I reiterate this to myself every morning, or at least once a day when I feel I cannot control something, which is often. I  had a big issue with wanting to control everyone around me. Like this quote from Lysa's book, "Here's the plan, and trust me it's really good God. So if you could bless all this … don't mess with all this …. Just bless it and we'll be good." Ok, story of my life. I was and still am trying to control plans and situations with everyone around me. I may not talk about it, it may just be in my head but I do it. Like ok I really feel like he should just love me because why wouldn't he? Or, ok here's what's going to happen God, are you good with that? You can only control you, that is it. Not a circumstance, not another person, nothing else but yourself and your feelings and reactions. But here's the trick, you can't let your emotions or feelings dictate who you are or run your life. Validate the feeling, feel it and then move on. Lysa tells us not to let heartbreak actually break you but let it change you. Let it make you better, let it mold you. I took heartbreak and made it into this blog two years ago and I am so glad I did. If it wasn't for that pain I was going through I may never have felt the urge to even begin this. I was looking for an outlet and I found it here, thank you God.

 

If God had given me my "plan" I had 6 years ago, I would be married to my high school love, living in New Jersey with a few kids and most likely a drinking problem out of boredom. He knew that wasn't the life he had planned for me. The life I have now is way more than I ever even considered asking for. I never thought I would have the bravery to leave my family and friends, but I did and God had my back every step of the way. This is why I am saying, you have to trust with every part of you. Not when you feel like it, not when it's working out but in every single situation. I still struggle constantly and we are only human, so it's expected, but this book has helped me tremendously in trying to let go of my control and be at peace and be more present in moments. I have less anxiety and am enjoying life a little more now.

 

 I just wanted to take a minute to share what I took from the book. There is a whole world of Lysa on these pages that I did not write down here (but I have like every page folded down or written on haha!) and you may take something different from it. I have already suggested it to 3 people and I am praying it helps them just as much as it has for me. Thank you Lysa for blessing me with your words to help me become the person I am meant to be. Oh also, I am now starting her other book Unglued, about how to make emotions and reactions work FOR US and not against us. Stay tuned.....

 

*Outfit Details*

 

Shirt : Amazon 

Earrings: The Gem Co (these are sold out but there are so many other cute ones!)

Shoes: Lucky Brand

White Crops: Lauren Conrad

Gucci Beltbag

Sunglasses: Amazon

Layered Necklace: (my fave) Amazon

 

 

XO, Cheers!
Jenn

 

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Lifestyle Blog Alert!! I always like to dedicate time once in a while to reflect where I am in life and maybe inspire or uplift one of my readers. Life, of course, is more than just looking cute but it doesn't hurt that's for sure! In this blog I want to briefly talk about my journey to where I am today. I am by no means at the destination, I am actually not sure I believe there is a destination in this life because I always want to keep growing and moving forward. Keep reading for more......

"Turn your face towards the sun, and the shadows will always fall behind you." - Walt Whitman

As we all know, life is full of ups and downs. And anything can change in a matter of moments. I have gone through a lot of this the past few years. We have all loved and lost; if we are lucky. And while in the recent moments the pain feels like a giant boulder just got launched into your whole body, we know deep down that time will heal that. God promised that this life would be worth it, not easy! And if there's anything I know about the big guy upstairs, He doesn't lie and he always fulfills His promises in His own time, not ours. So day after day we push through rising up like the sun, burning bright with the best intentions of living our best day

 I remember when I fell into my first "rut". It was about 2006 and I was 21. Yeah, a rut at 21 LOL. My friends were all older and graduating college and I still had two more years left at Rutgers. I was a waitress at the time at Clancys Pub in south Jersey, working nights and schooling days. My life felt super redundant like a scratched record playing the same screaching melody over and over.  I remember my dad always telling me, "your time will come just keep doing what you're doing, you're not where you want to be but you're better than you were last year." While I fake smiled and nodded my head at him to his face, as soon as he turned away I rolled my eyes and shook my head. I don't want to hear that. I needed to hear more than that. Never the less... my time came! And I graduated, moved to Hoboken, moved back from Hoboken and started grad school all within 4 months. Toldja, things can change instantaenously. Also if you have read my past blogs on my old site, I am a serial mover and this is where it started. My 3 month stint in the city next to the big city.

Currently, my best friend is 26 and falling into her first "rut". And guess what I keep saying to her? "Don't worry your day will come. I was in the same place you were then." haha I wonder if she rolls her eyes at me.

It's true though and looking back I so badly wanted a job and my own place etc and now I have a job and my own place and a lot of responsibility. I just wish I would have enjoyed my time in present moments a little more. Don't get me wrong, we LIVED! But I didn't appreciate my mundane life as much as I should have. 

When my aunt died in 2012 is when I decided I was done with the black hole that is New Jersey and moved to Florida.  Living here the last 5 years, I have really learned a lot more about enjoying experiences, present moments and learning from the hurt. Being hurt sucks, sucks, sucks but I do believe it happens for a reason. I am an overreacter and an overthinker sometimes and am working on that. So instead of being annoyed about not being able to control a situation I now take a minute before responding or before reacting and really think about it and try to see it from someone else's aspect. I know I can be totally irrational and I do realize that. Let the small stuff go people, it doesn't helo to worry. Pick and choose your battles. You don't want to go through life carrying the weight of the world or anyone elses issues on your shoulders. It's not worth it.

I struggled to get where I am. I moved a lot, went through some financial ups and downs but always paid my bills on time and budgeted the hell out of my bank account. I went on vacations, made great friends and mantained a lot of relationships that otherwise would have fizzled out if I let them. I am finally content with being on my own and understand that my story is not like everyone else's. I never asked for a husband, I asked for independence and a fulfilled lifestyle... which is what I have. It's not that I don't want to get married, I am just not settling because I worked really hard to get where I am and it's going to take someone special for me to bend. I date, and I have fun and I live my life. I think the point of this blog is, whether you're in a rut or happy or wishing for someone else's life... remember God wakes you up for a PURPOSE not to be PERFECT. Live YOUR best life everyday, not anyone elses. Enjoy the moments because next thing you know it's "your turn" and you're already on to your next chapter.

Outfit details: Scout & Molly's Hyde Park
Shoes: Jessica Simpson

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Xo, Cheers!
Jenn

 

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Getting older is part of life, but dark circles don't have to be included. As I hit 30 (a few years ago) I started noticing the fine lines and darker eyes. Creams only help so much and concealer only covers so much. Read about a great find below to help prevent dark circles and also help with puffy eyes!

 

We are all getting older, that is inevitable. After I turned 30 was when I realized "Ok. I need to start using something on my face at night." The Jersey girl in my loves to be tan (so does the Florida girl in me) and when I was younger I thought "Eh it will take ages until this ruins me." Well, ages it didn't, it's here and even though I'm not super late, I feel like getting ontop of a night time routine at an early age will definitely help prevent some of the issues I have had. Such as, forehead lines, 11s and crowsfeet. 

I have bought tons of creams and serums to try and fix these problem areas but it's a little late so now I am just preventing those little creases in my face from getting any deeper! Most recently, I started noticing my under eyes getting a little dark. I never really had an issue with this, but of course, like everything else with age it happens! I use concealer on a daily basis to cover this up but like my fine lines I wanted something to prevent them from getting worse.

You see, we get wrinkles and dark spots because we are not hydrating out faces appropriately. Like our bodies, our money makers need love and hydration too. I found VII Code's Oxygen Eye Mask a few weeks ago and started using immediately. It comes in 6 a pack and youu can use 2-3 times a week. They are little gel pads that stick to your under eye and you wear to bed (must wear for 8 hours). I was concerned about being comfortable but they are extremely wearable. They do not drip or move. One night I did make the mistake of putting on coconut oil before. I thought it would dry up in enough time before I put the eye mask on but it was not and I had to keep adjusting so be sure to have a clean, dry face when applying. 

The morning after my first use I noticed my eyes were way less puffy! I guess that is a perk as well! While I do not have incredibly dark circles under my eyes yet I am glad i found something I love to prevent them from getting worse. Girls in your 20s!! LISTEN UP! Get on this now because it's not fixable but it is preventative!

XO, Cheers!
Jenn

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I am loving this new brand for Target, very country chic! Find out my favorite styles and accessories for spring '18.

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 Another great spring find from Universal Thread. I love this sweater type tee. It's somewhat 70s but not, right?! This embroidered front tie shirt is great as a transitional piece. It's got a sweater-like material but it's not overly thick and of course the short sleeves make it spring friendly. I just love embroidery. And this season I really feel like the style is super down-to-earth and girl-next-door.

My jeans are one of my favorite brands, Flying Monkey. They are of course long on me so I cuff them. You can cuff them under too. My booties are so adorbs and so comfy. I have them in black too.

And let's stop to appreciate my J necklace from Harper & Jewels. They have the cutest personalized jewelry for very reasonably priced and you can use STYLEMYMIND to save 15% off!

This look is just welcoming spring with open arms. If you haven't checked out Target lately, you definitely need to. Their style game is on point these days!

It's been spring for a few weeks in Florida now, but we're praying for ya notherners :)

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XO, Cheers!
Jenn

 

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Number one... I am 33 today!! Happy Birthday TO ME!!! Get to know me better by learning some fun facts and all about my quirkiness today on my blog! Xo Cheers... literally!

Happy Birthday TO ME!!!

 

I am 33 today... how in the world did that happen?! YIKES! I was a little bummed but ya know what I have done a lot more than people at 33 & happy as hell to have made it this far. No not married, nope! No babies! But I did move to Florida by myself, established a huge friend and network base here, grew my career x5, and started this amazing business of mine that is doing fabulously. I have traveled, been on TV and published over 150 online articles! Not too shabby!

So...Here are 33 other things you may not know about me:

  1. I moved to Florida from south Jersey in 2013 for multiple reasons one being the weather, I hate the cold and loathe the snow.
  2. I have a Masters Degree in elementary education that I never really used.
  3. I have a Pomeranian named Stella who is 13-ish. I rescued her in 2011. She's still super sassy!
  4. I do not have a filter and say things as I see them, sometimes it can be a little harsh but it's never my intention to be!
  5. I hate the post office, gives me anxiety... like sweating in every crevice nerves! 
  6. I'm really bad at parking, and if I have to pull into a spot on the right instead of left it  gives me even more anxiety.
  7. I love white tee shirts, toothbrushes and Christmas... like more than most people should. Another obsession is Disney World, it's the place I go to get lost. I relate a ton to Elsa.
  8. I always have put career in front of having a family, not sure if it's for me in this lifetime yet but I know right now it is not the time. I have gotten ok with "whatever God wants for me is what I will be happy with" mindset!
  9. I love kids though! I have a godson named Mason who also has a sister named Taylor who live in NJ. Most of my NJ friends are settled down with kids... nothing else to do there really!
  10. I work full time as an account manager for The Hartford Insurance where I manage a $25M+ book of group benefits business for the state of Florida. I travel a lot for work.
  11. I also work with Market America promoting and selling their amazing products and services that I fell in love with the last year (products linked in the "fav products" scroll on main page"
  12. I work out because I have to. I like it sometimes but would mostly rather drink wine and eat tacos.
  13. I'm a little OCD and very type A.
  14. I love planners, like the ones that you write in. I can't use my phone to keep me in check!
  15. I have a girl crush on Jessica Simpson and Sophia Bush.
  16. Justin Timberlake is my #1 star crush.
  17. I do my own toes and nails every two weeks. Its my "me time" while binging girly shows.
  18. I feel like One Tree Hill can relate to any and everything you're going through in life. I associate closest to Brooke Davis.
  19. I am a Christian, I go to Grace Family Church in Tampa and I read a bible passage or two before bed every night.
  20. My dream is to own a wine and clothing boutique specializing in shopping events and wine tasting. TBH I really want a vineyard.
  21. "I don't believe in the Republican or Democratic Party, I just believe in parties.) -Samantha Jones (& me)
  22. My eye brows are bleach blonde and if I don't color them in you would never know they're there!
  23. The first thing I notice on a guy is teeth, second is shoes.
  24. I was a cheerleader for 12 years and was a softball pitcher for 6.
  25. I love camping! Like the real deal pitch a tent - baby wipes & dry shampoo kinda camping!
  26. In the shower I have to have all my bottles facing out towards the tub so they can "see".
  27. Growing up I swore sharks lived in the drain of my pool, I'm deathly afraid! #1 fear.
  28. I have a slight fear of abandonment. Ok it's a big fear... I hide it well with wine and running. 
  29. I'm a real good first mate! I can anchor and work a boat pretty well!
  30. My parents have a condo at the jersey shore and it's a wonderful past time of mine (Wildwood NJ, not where Jersey shore was filmed).
  31. I hate my voice. It's super Jersey and nasal hence why I don't do a lot of videos.
  32. I got LASIK last year and was the best decision I ever made.
  33. It's my goal to get to NYFW & Paris Fashion Week

XO, Cheers!
Jenn

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I am blessed so much to being doing what I am doing and get to meet so many amazingly wonderful people who have chased their dreams and created something so beautiful. This online boutique grabbed my eye and pulled me in with their rare collections. Please continue reading to find out more about this fabulous online boutique called Aventure Shop.

One of my favorite things in being a blogger is the professional and personal networking I get to do. I love meeting new people from all over the world just by Instagram or email. Amazing. It's wonderful because blogging does not confine or limit you to relationships within your geographic boundary. The internet, of course, is good and bad. But if used properly, it really is a great business and networking tool. Personally, I love finding small online or local boutiques to help promote and engage consumers in their brands. Now days a lot of small retailers have started affiliate programs or we do a lot of bartering which is awesome.

Somehow, I got connected on Instagram with a cute online boutique called Aventure Shop. I loved what she had to offer and she was super sweet and always engaging in my content. I took it upon myself to direct message the boutique and told the owner, Caroline, I was interested in doing a collaboration. We started to email back and forth and I came to find out the Aventure Shop is ran out of New Jersey (hello! Fellow Jersey gal!) and that she graduated from Rutgers like me as well. How small is this world, honestly?

The idea behind the shop is for everyone to have a one-stop-shop to purchase "beautiful and whimsical" pieces from all over the world. It's a happy place, seriously!!! Every visit I make to the site makes me smile. And also makes me want to leave on a jet plane! Aventure Shop is an online store that sells clothing and jewelry! They also have a gorgeous home section as well. As someone who is obsessed with HGTV I am definitely going to take advantage of this! She has breath-taking heart shaped soaps that make you want to slip into a hot bath and bask in the aroma all night long. I love the lavender soap and they are great for gifting! The little bee towel for the kitchen is also way adorable; bundle these two for the perfect b-day gift for your bestie!

I love my "good vibes" tank from their fabulous and fun clothing collection. The material of the tank is great, it almost has a silky feel to it and I love the fit. It feels extremely flattering and I love the bright colors. And let's be honest, good vibes only here people! True to size! I am wearing a medium. 
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The tassel bracelet is so cute and colorful as well, they go perfectly as a pair. This is from their "Fair Trade Collection" and handmade by women in need in India. It is made from recycled fabrics. OMG! I love the story behind this bracelet. Another great gift piece. 
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If I could eat these soaps and not be committed I totally would. They are incredible. The "English Lavender Soap" comes with three heart shaped soaps in this adorable packaging. They are made in England, 100% vegetable based and smell unreal. I had them on my desk for a little bit before moving to my bathroom and my whole bedroom filled of lavender. Mmm!!! So good!
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The website is very user and phone friendly, easy to navigate and purchase items!  Caroline is such a sweetheart and a pleasure to work with. Be sure to check out her site AVENTURE SHOP and get some of these, rare to find gems ASAP!

XO! Cheers!
Jenn

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Even though I am technically a "millennial" I still cannot get on board with using my phone to keep me organized and on top of things. See what I use to keep myself on track and also keeps my mind, spirit and soul on a positive path each day!

Ok, like I said... I know I am supposed to be a "millenial" and all but I still do not 100% trust technology. My friend who is 30 and in college was saying how all the younger students in her class take all their notes on their phone. um WHAT? That could get deleted. You don't have a lot of control when you do things on your phone. Yes the cloud is great, but we all know that technology is bittersweet. Which is why I am and always will be a hand-to paper- planner kinda girl. I have a desk calendar, a wall calendar and my transcedingwaves planner that I carry with me in my purse. 

This planner is fantastic because it breaks everything down by month, week and day. There are spaces for a to-do list, we all need those! And spaces for goals, aspirations, affirmations and for reflecting. Writing is very calming for me and when I can organize my thoughts or things I need to accomplish I feel like half my duties are done for the day. One of my favorite spaces is for finance to keep you on a weekly budget. Some of us shoppers need those :) 

Just as important as it is to have and meet professional goals, it is just as important if not more to have personal goals. Sometimes they co-inside! I love the bounding of the planner as well, it's leather bounded and locked with a magnet. They do have some other designs as well you can check out in the link above. You can use my code STYLEMYMIND for 10% off. Try it, you won't be disappointed. Some of us, just like an old school way of organization, doesn't mean we're old haha!

XO, Cheers!
Jenn

 

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