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What’s HOT this Season

Be the best you this season, and dress on point with the hottest fall trends!


Fringe - It is all the rage. Try it in a coat, shirt or dress!




Checkered – Think Olivia Pope-style plaid, super classy in any form!




POP of color - Add a bright color here and there to avoid the cold weather blues.




Moto Sweater – Turn up the heat with this cozy, edgy sweater




Hue of the season - Introduce some royal blue into your wardrobe




Show us your fall style by sending us a picture of your best fashion looks. Have a fashionable Friday!

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Things we love – Cooking in ADVANCE

With Thanksgiving a mere week away, we have finally reached the prime time for pre-cooking many of your holiday favorites! Thanksgiving doesn’t have to be stressful, and with these tips you will be sure to have an easy going day!




1) Make and freeze pie crust – throw it into the fridge the night before you plan on making your pie so that it can thaw!

2) Make your favorite pies (but not pecan – see below section), then put it in a freezer bag (greased tin and all) and place into your freezer. Similarly to the pie crust, put your masterpiece into the fridge the day before Thanksgiving to defrost.

3) Your cranberry sauce? That can be pre-frozen too! Remember to put it into a freezer friendly container so you don’t have a cranberry incident before the big day!

4) Dinner rolls are always a hit – make the dough and then tightly wrap it before placing it into the freezer. This can actually stay in your freezer for up to two months!




1) Cut up your vegetables that will be stuffed and roasted and put them in labeled containers into your fridge overnight.

2) Pre-mash your sweet potatoes. These will keep overnight when placed into a sealed container in the fridge.

3) Bake your favorite pecan pie the day before, but make sure it cools completely before you put it in the fridge! Pecan pie is fairly delicate, so you don’t want to make and freeze this a week in advance like you could for other pies.

4) Dry your stuffing’s bread cubes and saute the celery, shallots and garlic up to two days in advance!

5) Make your buttery, cream cheesy, favorite mashed potatoes a day in advance and let them sit in their original baking dish within the fridge. 20 minutes before you are ready to eat, pop the pan covered in tin foil into the oven at 350 degrees.


We certainly hope these tips and tricks will help you have a smooth Thanksgiving day. Have any suggestions on what else we could add to our list? Sound off in the comments section below!

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Thanksgiving Crafts for your Kids

With all of the Thanksgiving crafts ideas for kids circulating around, it can be hard to narrow it down to just a few projects that your kids will absolutely love. We have made it easy for you this season by providing you with the ultimate kids craft list. Check it out below!



1) For your engineer- hand print turkey hat

2) For toddlers who love a little mess (but that’s easy to clean up for you) – playdough turkey

3) For your nature lover - pumpkin turkey

4) For your future interior designerhand print turkey wreath

5) For the sophisticated, older kids – turkey jars

6) For your foodie - artistic thanksgiving treats

7) For your future actor/actressturkey puppet

8) For your boat lover - hand print ship card

9) For your kid who can’t seem to put the crayon down – DIY placemats

10) For your whole family – reasons why you are thankful display

If you make it through this list and want even more fun and fab craft ideas, check out our Pinterest’s board entitled “Winter Wonderland 2014″. This is our hub for all crafts, recipes and everything in between for this year’s holiday season. Let us know what you think of our Thanksgiving crafts ideas in the comments section below! Happy crafting!

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What is all of this Kardashian talk about?

Kim Kardashian West has made the top headlines yet again! Her controversial Paper magazine cover and centerfold has been sparking talk between fans and critics alike.

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Kim’s cover shows her in artistic, though compromising positions. Though in the picture above Kim is clothed, she is a little less- well clothed- in other photos within the issue. Our favorite Kardashian was not payed for her photos and merely participated in order to work with world renounced French photographer Jean-Paul Goude. Legend has it that the two requested the room to be cleared so they could speak creatively and that the racier photos were in fact Kim’s idea! Where does the drama come in? Some feel as though her magazine spread is inappropriate for a mother to be doing (like Naya Rivera) whereas others think it is wonderful that she is so comfortable in her skin post-baby. What is your opinion regarding the latest celebrity drama? Sound off in our comments section below!

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Monday’s Menu – Easy Roasted Chicken and Cauliflower

If you are ready to step up your dinner game, then this recipe is for you! Not only is this roasted chicken and cauliflower easy to make, but delicious too!

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  • Four whole chicken legs
  • 3 tablespoons EVOO (extra virgin olive oil)
  • 4 cups cauliflower florets
  • 12 cloves garlic peeled and smashed


  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees . Pat chicken dry; season. In large skillet, heat EVOO over high. Add chicken, skin side down; cook until browned, 8 minutes. Turn over; cook until browned, 5 minutes. Transfer to plate. Add cauliflower and garlic to skillet. Cook until cauliflower begins to brown, 5 minutes. Top with chicken; bake until chicken is cooked through, 25 minutes.

There you have it! The easiest, most amazing roasted chicken you will ever make! Looking to have a salad and dessert added to your meal? Try this delectable sweet and salty fall harvest salad. And for dessert nothing can beat these incredible no bake pumpkin cheesecakes with caramel sauce!

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Fashion Friday – Fall Outfit How-To Guide

Are you having troubles mixing and matching your clothing from seasons past to fit into your wardrobe this fall? You are not alone! It can be extremely hard to comb through the pieces you already have to create a new look that will keep you looking fabulous! In order to combat this dilemma, here is a master list of 10 items you need in to have in your closet this season:

1) Black sweater - You will be surprised what this one simple, warm top will do to your wardrobe. It will make your other pieces stand out while keeping you cozy.

2) Buffalo print button upThis statement shirt will make all of your jeans and accessories scream FALL!

3) Patterned chunky cardigan – Pair this warmth layer with a short sleeved top from summer or spring to revamp your seasonal wear.

4) Fun scarf - You won’t regret getting more patterned scarves when you can pair them with the basic tops you already own. Try this one. Or this one. Maybe even THIS one!

5) Leather jacket – Take any outfit from day to night by pulling on your leather jacket. It not only will keep you warm, but looking trendy as ever.

6) LBD – Just in case you already don’t own a million little black dresses, try finding one that is comfortable on the inside but makes you shine on the outside. Pairing this with your leather jacket and a scarf will make you stand out in a crowd this fall!

7) Riding boots – Step up your game this season with a pair of these bad girls! Not only will it make your legs look long, but your jeans will be styled in a whole new way!

8) Cheetah print flats – They are all the rage this season, and they do not have to be an expensive purchase either! Try this pair out for size.

9) Seasonal pea coat – Since fall is a gorgeous time of year, we know you will be wanting to spend some quality time outside. But still do it in style! Bundle up in a pea coat to stay fashionable and toasty.

10) Burgundy lipstick – Top your favorite look off with the perfect fall shade of lipstick, burgundy! Not only will your outfit be on point with our helpful fashion tips, but your smile will be dazzling as well!

We hope our style guide has inspired you! Leave us comments below on what you think of your new fall look!

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What We Love – Giving Back

Now that we are officially into the swing of things this November, it is more important than ever to think about what you are thankful for. As we approach Thanksgiving and you find a few spare moments of time on your hands, consider giving back to your community this holiday season. We love giving back, and we are sure you do too!



Though donations are fabulous, and we have some great organizations listed below, we also have brainstormed a few ideas that you can do to personally make an impact on your community.

1. Volunteer at your local food pantry, or collect donations from neighbors and coworkers

2. Share your artistic skills and help design props at your local theater

3. Visit your local senior center to play games and share stories with the elderly

4. Next time you bake make a second batch and bring it to your local fire or police station

5. Share the love at your local animal shelter and play with the dogs and cats in need of homes (maybe even adopt one!)


Too busy to volunteer? We totally understand! Check out these worthy organizations to spread some holiday cheer this November:

1. Love animals? Buy a food producing animal for an international family in need. Heifer International‘s goal is to give families a sustainable gift that will allow them to eat and trade animal products for an income, such as eggs and milk.

2. Donate to Unicef and you can change a child’s life. Unicef does everything from giving immunizations to educating kids worldwide!

3. Getting ready to load up your plate this Thanksgiving? Help a child eat this holiday season too with Feed America!


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Unique Thanksgiving Table Centerpiece

This cold, holiday season has everyone searching for budget friendly decorations that will make their space a little bit more cheery. Ready to try something super fun? How about these adorable chalkboard pumpkins!


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This craft is easy to make and and an affordable, yet adorable, addition to any table!


What you need:



-Black chalkboard paint (available at hardware and home improvement stores)



1. Clean pumpkin of dirt and dry thoroughly.

2. Paint pumpkin with the black chalkboard paint.

3. After the paint is dry write your holiday message in chalk!

-In need of some festive ideas? Write your menu, Happy Thanksgiving, or draw a turkey.

-Feeling extra crafty? Paint small pumpkins or gourds and use them as place cards for your guests!

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Jessica Biel is PREGNANT!

We are SO thrilled that Jessica Biel is pregnant! The glowing mom-to-be announced her baby news last Wednesday, and we couldn’t be more excited. Jessica and hubby Justin Timberlake have been married since October 2012.

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Back in November 2012 Jessica spoke on the Ellen DeGeneres show regarding the couple’s future experiences together. She said, “It’s weird because it feels like almost nothing has changed, yet something that you can’t really describe, or something that isn’t tangible, has changed. It just feels incredible. You have this partner who’s gonna be with you…and also change light-bulbs, and do dishes with you.” And now she can add changing baby diapers to that list too. Congrats to the happy couple, and we can’t wait to see Jessica looking as fashionable as ever with her new maternity style!

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Cozy Crockpot Monday



Ready for a fabulous, cozy meal your entire family will want more of? Try this Brown Sugar Chicken and Sweet Potatoes recipe! The best part about this delicious meal? It can all be prepared hours before in the crockpot! Your house will never smell better, and your family will never taste anything more scrumptious!

  • 2 lbs boneless chicken breast
  • 3 sweet potatoes, peeled and cut into chunks
  • 5 Tbs. butter, melted
  • 1/4 cup brown sugar
  • Salt and pepper to taste


  1. Put the chicken and sweet potatoes in the crockpot. (I added the chicken still frozen.)
  2. Stir the brown sugar into the melted butter. Add salt and pepper.
  3. Pour sweet potatoes over chicken.
  4. Cook on low for 7-8 hours or high for 5-6 hours.

Wondering what else would go well with this easy meal? Try a nice salad with spinach and a balsamic dressing! And for dessert? Nothing beats a savory pumpkin chocolate chip cookie.

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