I briefly touched on my struggles with working from home in this post. Since then, I have had two full weeks to adapt to this working from home life. While two weeks may not seem like a long time, I have finally gotten into a good groove when it comes to working from home. Today, I will be sharing my top five tips on how to stay productive while working from home.
This is always my favorite post every single year. I have been majorly lagging on reading in 2017, and am so excited I finally have some time to pick it back up! I just finished this one on the drive to Reno and I laughed the whole way up!
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A huge thank you to Pier 1 for partnering with me on this post. All opinions are my own.
With summer right around the corner, I am so excited to be partnering with Pier 1 to share my coastal tablescape with you guys!
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Today I’m talking about how important it is to love yourself, to make time for yourself, and to take care of yourself. Joe and I were scheduled to have a special all-day date planned yesterday. I was looking forward to it all week — we have barely got to spend any time together recently, and since I’ll be traveling the majority of February it was really important that we spent some quality time together. We were going to take a day trip somewhere up North, have lunch, drive up the coast. It was going to be great! But then Sunday morning rolled around, and I all I really wanted to do was stay in bed. So, a day for us, suddenly turned into a day for me — but thank goodness he was okay with that.
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I have never been what you would call a fussy sleeper.
Ask Ashley. In college I was known to fall asleep in the middle of parties. I sleep face down on my tray table during every flight. I even fell asleep in the middle of a Lenny Kravitz concert once. <<< This is not a joke. I can pretty much sleep anywhere. That being said, I am sure you can imagine that I’m not exactly particular when in comes to mattresses. No Princess and the Pea going on over here!!!