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If you’re like most people out there, any New Year’s resolution of working out more usually falls to the wayside after two or three months. While there are a lot of ways to combat resolution burnout, a fabulous new workout wardrobe is our favorite way of making sure we stay on top of our fitness goals. Here are some stylish fitness essentials that will make you excited to hit the gym all through 2020. Continue reading “Workout Wardrobe Essentials You Need for Your New Year’s Resolution” »

The holiday countdown is ticking away at rapid speed. This time of year can definitely get a bit overwhelming, what with holiday parties, shopping, baking, crafting, and all things festive. If you’re hosting a holiday meal and want to make your table extra-special for your guests but don’t have the time or budget to go all out on an elaborate tablescape, don’t fret. Here are simple last-minute holiday centerpiece ideas that will wow your guests. Continue reading “Simple Last-Minute Holiday Centerpiece Ideas” »

When thinking of Christmas, most people’s thoughts go straight to green and red. The classic pairing has been a Christmas staple for years without much competition. However, when you are looking for something dazzling and new, consider opting for blue Christmas decor this year. Continue reading “Blissful Blue Christmas Decor Ideas for a Whimsical Wintery Christmas” »

Not everyone takes a tree topper for Christmas tree décor but I can say that this thing can accentuate your tree and make it look really personalized. If you think that it’s too old-fashioned and not modern, we’ve prepared a pack of ideas to talk you around. A Christmas tree topper can be unique and whimsy, for example, a hat or a pack of candy canes. If you want some glam or just don’t want to puzzle over the topper, then just take a beautiful ribbon and make a cool big bow. Get more ideas below! Continue reading “Whimsy And Creative Christmas Tree Toppers” »

The best thing about wintertime? It’s Christmas party season! This also means it’s time to go through the yearly mental checklist: buying presents, trimming the tree, and making sure your home will look like a sparkling-clean winter wonderland before company arrives. A beautiful and surprisingly easy to make wreath hanging on your door? A Christmas tree that’s been trimmed and decorated? Festive garlands brightening up the mantel, staircase and walls? Check! Continue reading “Christmas Table Decorations for Your Holiday Dinner” »

If you’re stuck in an old tee and sweats routine for bedtime (guilty), it’s time to up your pajama game. That means starting your night off right with a matching set in a feel-good color, print, and fabric. And with the holidays fast approaching, there are bound to be plenty of late nights wrapping presents and prepping for gatherings, so why not look cute and (feel comfy) while doing so? Then hit the hay in one of our favorite sleep sets below and you’re pretty much guaranteed to wake up on the right side of the bed. Continue reading “Unique Pajama Sets You’ll Want to Live in This Holiday Season” »

Thanksgiving signs are a great way to remind your guests (and yourself) what the holiday is really all about. Whether you’re looking for interactive pieces that encourage your friends and family to share the things they’re thankful for, or a simple, welcoming sign to hang on the door, there are quick and easy projects that fit the bill. Choose festive fall colors like copper, scarlet, and gold. Continue reading “Thanksgiving Signs your Friends and Family will Love” »

It’s coming soon! The day when you’ll hear knock after knock on your front door. When cars will line up in front of your home. When your porch will get the most attention it gets all year. If you’re hosting your family’s Thanksgiving dinner, you want to be sure that your porch is ready. One of the simplest ways to put that stamp of uniqueness on your porch is with a welcome mat. Take a look at these personalised doormats and see which will add the most to your front porch. Continue reading “Personalised Doormats to Greet Your Thanksgiving Guests” »