Hi there everyone!!
I'm Jenn and I blog at
Savanah & John are off soaking up the sun on a mini-vaca before their big day so I'm here to entertain y'all while they're away. Savanah is actually a blogger turned real-life friend and I'm so thankful to have the privilege to call her that.
Even though we live a few hours away from each other we get together whenever we get the chance and I absolutely adore hanging out with her
Unfortunately I'm not here to gush about how much I love this girl (although I could go on for days) I'm here to chat a little about a few of my favorite things at the moment.
For the past two years I've noticed my skin changing quite a bit and realized that I wasn't going to always have the perfect, "bumpless" skin I'd always had growing up. So I've tried quite a few products over this time and I've found the item I've decided is the best one for me and has cleared up any bumps & blemishes that I was having. It's the Yes to Tomatoes clear skin facial towelettes
They're amazing! I'm on my 3rd package and I've already purchased two more to make sure I have them on hand at all times. I highly suggest you give them a try!
If you've spent anytime on my Blog, Twitter or Instagram feed then you're sure to know what a big "thrifter" I am. I have found everything from a perfect condition Keurig coffee brewer to a brand new - with tags leopard Fossil bag at Goodwill. I seem to have pretty great luck at thrift stores but I attribute it to my obsession with checking them often. In the past couple weeks I ventured to a few I hadn't been to in awhile and struck gold with a few jewelry purchases.
the first one is a perfect condition R necklace that you might see on Etsy and the others are two great statement necklaces that look just as great together as they would on their own. If you haven't checked out your local thrift store then I suggest you get your butt to one because you never know what you'll find!
And like any good, native Texan I'm pretty much obsessed with chips & dips. Give me salsa, queso, jalapeno ranch or guacamole and I'm one happy chica. So when my aunt had me try this dip at her house a month ago I knew I was hooked.
I've been having a hard time finding it at our grocery stores here in Austin but each time I've been in Dallas I pick up a package from the grocer nearest to my parents house.
I hope I've inspired you with a few of my randoms and I sincerely hope you'll stop by my lil' spot on the internet and say Hello!
Have a fantastic day y'all!