“Working out” does not have to involve going to the gym or studio. Personally, I can work up a solid sweat redirecting my ten month old north of 100 times a day.
I will happily admit I wear tennis skirts to run errands. Perhaps one day I will invest in tennis lessons and actually give it a whirl. In the meantime, I just really enjoy wearing the stretchy skirts. The drool and vomit is super easy to wipe off and keep it moving. Same goes for yoga and yoga pants. I don’t wear the “work out attire” because I don’t care about my appearance. I wear “athletic style” clothing because there are days that motherhood truly does feel like training for a triathlon and this clothing best accommodates my on-the-go lifestyle.
Here are my favorite pieces to mix and match if you also enjoy wearing “athletic style” clothing for running errands or even the occasional stroller walk!
Pump up the excitement for your next big adventure with this printable calendar! Creating a small timeline leading up to an event may help allow a child to better understand when a special event is happening. This is perfect for toddlers, preschoolers and even elementary students. Customize this printable calendar to create your own visual timeline at home! Just fill in the correct number of days until your fun adventure!
3 Ways To Conduct A Daily Countdown
Place a sticker over the daily square leading up to your goal.
Move a “symbol” to the next day using scotch tape.
Color the entire daily square to eliminate that day from the countdown.
Walt Disney World hosts a magical melting pot of people every single day. However, the majority of people visiting Disney have one thing in common and that is planning the proper theme park attire ahead of time. Theme park gear means something different to everyone. While some prefer to show off their “Disney Style” by mirroring their favorite character, others prefer a more laid back theme park approach including comfortable sneakers, breathable tee shirts and dare I add…a pack around your waist that holds the essentials? Here is a more casual approach to a day at the parks…
I have been on the fence about this fashion trend for a few weeks now. Not because I don’t love this trend but simply because I was a tad worried about being socially acceptable with my beloved fanny pack. I finally took a step back and thought, it doesn’t matter if people think I am stuck in 1999. I like 1999, it was a fabulous year and I want to wear my 90’s pride around my waist!
The “Belt Bag” formally known as the “Fanny Pack” is now hitting mainstream stores at full speed! It is perfect for visiting theme parks, playground time with the kiddos, running a quick errand or even a night on the town. Catch the wave and ride it with me! I linked my FAVE belt bags below for your shopping pleasure!
I am gearing up to meet my favorite mouse! Without a doubt, I must look my absolute best! Disney fashion has become a world of it’s own these days. There are so many options and variations, it can be tedious narrowing it down to one or two outfits…
Do I wear red? Do I wear red, black and white? Do I dress up as my favorite character? Mickey Ears or Minnie Ears?
I have researched trending styles, checked out trendy Disney bloggers and what I learned may surprise you. Finding your own “Disney Style” is actually pretty easy! It is all about what appeals to you! There is no RIGHT or WRONG! I personally think this is just another reason why visiting Walt Disney World is so much fun! Here are a few looks I personally LOVE for a day at the park!
The newest restaurant in Nocatee just unhitched its “Treylor” and is located in the Publix shopping center.
Treylor Park the restaurant offers an inviting atmosphere that is perfect for date night, drinks with friends or just family fun! The interior decor offers a relaxing, coastal vibe that overflows into the outdoor patio…complete with plastic flamingos. I was fortunate enough to be try some of their famous menu items prior to the grand opening and it was obvious, the owners as well the chef brought their “A” game to Nocatee.
Treylor Park’s motto is “Quality Over Quantity.” The food reflects this motto perfectly. Each item I tried featured a fun name, fantastic presentation but most of all was absolutely delicious! My favorite by far were the Shrimp & Grit Tacos. This is literally the combination of my two favorite food items in existence. The crispy shrimp and fried grit bites are complimented with chili aioli, chimichuri, red bell peppers and sprinkled with lettuce. These tacos will easily become your new favorite southern comfort food. Pair your tacos with a fun drink such as the “Baby Doll” (vodka, fresh watermelon juice, lemon and simple syrup) for a fun experience!
If you are feeling extra adventurous, try a shot of Fernet Branca. If you have to ask what Fernet is, then you need to try it!
Treylor Park opens this Saturday in Nocatee, see you there! #HomeIsWhereYouParkIt
Growing up, family game night was a household tradition. We even had a designated “game closet” in our house! Playing board games can promote positive learning and social skills! I am so excited to introduce Hampton to classic games I grew up with along with a few new favorites!
These fun games are perfect for birthday gifts, play dates or just good ole family fun!
Roll the dice to see how many times you need to press the top of the piggy’s chef hat. Be careful, you just might POP the PIG! This game involves color recognition, number counting and above all anticipation!
This game is was a personal childhood favorite and excellent for color recognition as well as hand eye coordination skills. Place Mr.Bucket on a hard surface for best results and watch him spin and spit out balls! Grab your shovel to collect the balls!