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Ciao Italia! 6 Things I Learned in Italy

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As our adventure in Italy has come to a close, I wanted to share a few things I learned while on the trip from the people of Italy.  

 

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PLANT LOVER GIFT IDEAS

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1.  Portable Mini Humidifer These adorable humidifiers are not only cute, but is also functional to help your plants get the humidity they need.   You can find them here:   https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Z64CSTJ/?coliid=I2OFAG7EFAE8UL&colid=1QOSAR6403JSQ&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it&th=1 2.  Lechuza Self Watering Planter These self watering planters make caring for your plants easy.  With it's water indicator, you'll always know when they're thirsty.   3.  Terracotta Watering Spikes Slow release watering plant spikes offer another easy way to care for your plants.  These offer a perfect way to water while you're out of town as they release water as it's needed.   Find them here:  https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/1QOSAR6403JSQ?ref_=wl_share 4.  Hanging Plant Shelves Our...

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Game Changer

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5 years ago I went on a retreat in France with a group of women. None of whom I knew with the exception of my sister in law. During our time, one of the the workshops we did was Goal Setting. We wrote out our dream life in years. We started with 10, then 5, then 1 and what our life looked like. We were told to write it out as if it had already happened.

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Creating the Perfect Gathering Board

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No matter what your holiday looks like this year, food will likely be involved.  Whether you're chilling with the kids watching Christmas movies or having friends and family over to enjoy a great evening, setting up the perfect board full of your favorite holiday treats is sure to create memories that will last.  Here are just a few tips for building your own holiday board full of amazing treats.

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Imposter Syndrom

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IMPOSTER SYNDROM During the quarantine months of summer, my daughter and I took a short road trip to my old college town of Morehead, where I spent my first two years of college.  We did a quick hike to one of the places my friends and I used to go (where there may or may not have been alcohol involved) and then went to the lake to picnic.  In addition to food, we packed some painting supplies and a couple of small canvases to get in touch with our inner Van Gogh.   While sitting there she saw a butterfly and...

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