Can I open this post with a rant? Of course I can! It’s my blog, after all.
Here it goes. This week I was added to two new LuLaRoe groups. To date, I have already been added to around twelve in total. Now listen, I am all about supporting women trying to live their best lives. I am especially supportive of mothers who are trying to make extra money. Being a mom is really hard. It also stinks when you have to work all day, and be a mom, and take care of the house, and cook, and basically be Wonderwoman. I get it. But I am getting a little tired of LuLaRoe.
Don’t add me to your LuLaRoe group, please. If you want me as your customer, you need to earn me just like every other business in this world. When I walk into my local drugstore, the sales lady doesn’t suddenly lock the doors and parade a bunch of Axe Body Spray and Fritos in front of my face every hour until I cave or go crazy. So don’t force me into your leggings group and then spam my newsfeed every hour with stuff I don’t want. If I desire a pair of tribal print leggings, I will buy them from my favorite friend who sells LuLaRoe. I won’t be able to accommodate all twelve LulaRoe consultants who have added me to their pages. I am a poor millennial.
You know what I love? A charcuterie. I could eat meats and cheese and crackers every day. Epicurious teaches you how to put together a bomb charcuterie for your next party in this post.
I remember the days when I could lie little Hannah down on her blanket and take her sweet little picture. I would take hundreds of them in a day. Now that she is a lady on the move, it is hard to get a non-blurry photo of her. These are some good tips for photo composition for toddlers. Since we all shoot on our iPhones these days, here are some tips on how to get non-blurry photos on your iPhone.
I have always wanted a faux fur coat. I just can’t quite convince myself to actually pull the trigger and purchase one.