One of the biggest routines that gets overlooked for myself is skin care. At the end of a very long day, the last thing I want to do is go through my typical routine. Sometimes I can barely get my makeup off before I’m ready to crash. This is an awful idea.
I realize that I just wrote a post about not doing reviews anymore. Well here we are. Although this is not directly related to traveling, it is related to life and blogging. I would not survive day-to-day without my Plum Paper planners.
Yes, plural. I have one for work and one for life. Granted, the life planner was provided to me from Plum Paper in turn for a review. It doesn’t matter though, I’ve purchased three before I was given one for free.
Overall, 5/5 of us recommend Butcher’s Bistro in Denver, CO. If you’re looking for the meal of a fancy dinner in a casual environment, this is your spot. If you’re looking for a chill spot for some great cocktails and small plates before your night out, you’ve got your spot. If you want to experience spectacular waitstaff and service, look no further.
But for now, I’m done with that piece. Isn’t it fun (and stressful) watching your blog/brand grow and evolve? I haven’t been in this for even 3 months and I’ve made so many changes. Part of that might be because I didn’t have a solid plan going in, but it’s also happening as I’m learning.
And it’s fun watching it develop. It’s like a child that I’m raising and helping mature. Not that I have a child to compare it to, but I’d like to think it’s similar (and a lot less messy).
Stitch Fix describes themselves as an online styling service. I describe it as a monthly clothing box that conveniently dresses me.