Guest blogger Elise Morgan is here to teach you some fun and useful ways to help your child on the path to greener living. Check it out!
Our favorite vintage goddess is back with a fall lookbook that will show you how to incorporate thrifted vintage pieces into your wardrobe. Budget friendly AND fashion forward, you aren't going to want to miss this one!
I do not know if their parents are to blame or the cultural they are brought up in. All I know is that as a society we are struggling to accept one another, whether it is based on religious choices, sexual preference, gender identities or political affiliations. We struggle to accept each other as adults because we are taught from such a young age what is “right” and what is “wrong”, what is “normal” and “okay."
Knock, Knock? Who's there?! A $50 shop credit to Wire and Honey! Okay, not at all funny but still...
One more time for the people in the back. Your Cricut machine does not make you an entrepreneur. Harsh? Maybe. But it doesn't make it any less true.
Our resident beauty expert Kristina from The Eyre Effect (formally Eccentric Owl) is back with four lipsticks you MUST TRY this fall! Lipstick is my favorite way to make myself feel put together even when the rest of me is a hot mess. I can't wait to try these recommendations!
Beat the back-to-school blues with this easy peasy giveaway! We are giving away a $75 shop credit to one lucky winner and there are lots of ways to enter!
Parenthood. At some point or another we all feel like we are failing. In this post, guest blogger Jenna Greenslit shares her struggles with raising a tiny feminist and how her "failures" weren't quite what they seemed.
Okay, so at the time of this writing it's still a little over two months away. But Halloween will be here before we know it, and for a few weeks leading up to it, the season will be in full swing. It's always a really fun time of year for kids. Even before dressing up and trick-or-treating, there's the costume shopping, pumpkin picking (and carving), and perhaps a few more treats than usual. Throw in the fact that, at least in much of the United States, the weather becomes ideal for playing outside, diving in and out of piles of leaves, etc., and it's just about the perfect season for kids.
What is it about the comment section that makes people feel like they have free reign to act like complete assholes? Seriously. Look at the comments section of any given article, literally any article, and you will find hoards of commenters that make the Joker look about as empathetic as Gandhi. I have made it a point to not let myself even read the comments anymore because I only end up sad, or in a rage, and with every comment I lose a little more of my faith in humanity. I just don't understand it.