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Won’t you be Mine? Happy Galentines Day

A day of love and laughter has filled our calendar once again, only this time we are taking on the challenge to love ourselves too! I’m a firm believer in what we invest in others should be doubled and invested in ourselves – so why not treat yourself with some ‘me’ time? Be my galentine and treat yourself to a sweet freebie this week to take on a new skill that provides a few hours of relaxation and focus: embroidery.

indulge yourself with a glass bottle of wine.

Freebie Friday

Are you ready to take on a new hobby (or just give it a shot, I swear it’s the cure to those anxious episodes). Join me on this Hallmark holiday by taking advantage of a sweet freebie and indulge yourself with a glass bottle of wine. Join me in a night of stitching, simply download the PDF below ❤️

This free Embroidery Template is formatted for a 6″ embroidery hoop and can be adjusted however you’d like! Pick some of your favorite colors and go nuts – but be sure to show me your final piece, I’d love to see more bouquets.

If you’d like to follow the template directly and have a list of thread colors and instructions, you can purchase the full Embroidery Template via my Etsy store.

As much of a little grandma I am inside, this sweetie bouquet is probably the most vibrant piece I’ve made yet – slowly but surely i’m reversing my age in stitches!

To see more of my embroidery work you can follow me on Instagram and browse a variety of projects! If you’d prefer to peruse via the blog, check out the Embroidery tab – you won’t regret it 🙂

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A Desert Engagement

What can I say – dreams really do come true! After a crazy last year of college and the road to adulthood, a fun new adventure lies ahead. My dream wedding with my dream husband – it is coming to life! This man of mine has been my best friend for the last three [almost four] years and our journey has been nothing short of a wild-ride… in all the best ways!

Just after St. Patrick’s Day, Eric popped the question [which I will share more about in a later post] and I of course  said yes – which brings us to today! Earlier this week we took a drive to Superstition Mountain in Apache Junction, Arizona to snap these engagement photos right at Golden Hour. Arizona is known for its sunsets and I love my desert home, so what better way to capture this engagement than to seek the beauty in the desert that surrounds us.

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How did you two meet?

Funny story – one that I will not  be telling my future children I assure you… Eric and I met my Freshman year of college at a Frat party. We went to the same high school but he was a year ahead of me so we didn’t quite cross paths too often. I was involved in the Student Council and so were a few of his friends, so I had seen him around but we never interacted as I thought he was a jerk in high school… he still is, but I love him!

We finally “met” at this party and as the night continued, the party took a toll on my friends. The crazy night led to my friends staying in his room since he lived at the fraternity house so I offered to let him stay at my place – which was a bunk bed [on campus housing was an adventure itself]. He walked me back to my dorm a few times that night – to get my car, to get clothes for my friends, etc. and we eventually made it back to end the night. My main focus was to take care of my friends so as soon as they were settled, I was able to sleep! And that’s how the night went.

The next morning I drove him back to his home and I sent him a text later that week to thank him for helping out my friends that night. We tried to hangout a few times after that and it took a while before it finally worked for our schedules. I swore I didn’t like him, because he was in a fact, a “frat boy” – but here we are… he won me over!

A few dates and a few parties later, we basically lived together and figured we may as well become an official couple. Nearly four years later and we’re engaged – a wild ride!

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Who is the magician behind the lens?

The most wonderful human! Robin K. Photography took time from her day off from a crazy work schedule to snap these shots for us out in the desert – which wasn’t the shortest drive for any of us. She is a total rockstar and I truly believe she is a magician behind the lens. Going above and beyond to get these shots is an understatement – heck, she even got a cactus stuck in her foot and kept snapping away! That is true dedication and it shows in these photos.

Eric and I aren’t the easiest to take photos of, as we both have a habit of forcing smiles.. But – Robin made us both feel so comfortable that we didn’t have to feel forced or staged one bit. We took these photos on a Monday afternoon right before sunset and she was able to get us all of the edited photos within 24 hours – I love her to pieces and highly recommend her to absolutely anyone looking for a fantastic photographer!

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I assure you all, I will keep you updated along this journey. Keep following along on Instagram and reading up on the blog as the adventure continues!XOXOged!

Welcome to Embroidery – Here’s what you need to know!

From hoops to thread to the steps in between the hoops! Read through the following post and be sure to comment any questions you may still have so that I can answer them in a follow up post!

You can find video tutorials for simple stitches on my Instagram story highlights. I’ll be updating the tutorials page on here as soon as I get a break between COVID quarantine and my full-time gig.

Materials

  • Hoops
    • I typically work with 6″ hoops as my standard, but hoops come in all shapes AND sizes! I have recently become a fan of Auburn Hoops and have been stitching in them as they keep fabric nice and taut as you work.
  • Fabric
    • I suggest working with Muslin but you can really work with any fabric that doesn’t have too much of a stretch to it. This is so that while you are working, the embroidery stays taught without having any funky sag in it.
  • Needles
    • These come in various sizes but I typically work with (and include these in kits) DMC Size 5 needles. They’re long, sharp and the eyelet is large enough to get a full piece of thread through without leaving a gaping hole in your fabric as you stitch.
  • Thread
    • I am a fan of DMC thread – they have hundreds of color options and they don’t fade or bleed!
    • You can find several different thread options depending on where you live or what your budget is. If you’re looking for a cheaper option with several colors to choose from, Amazon has a few options with several thread options and hoops (however, they are definitely a poorer quality than DMC)

Those are you basics – depending on where you live you should have access to the basics to get started on your embroidery journey! However – if you’re in a bind and prefer to do some online shopping, I have had great success in locating those basics on Amazon or through Michaels.com

Prepping your hoop

Ready to get started on your first project?

First things first, loosen the screw on the top of your embroidery hoop. You’ll have an inner and an outer hoop! Place your fabric over the inner hoop and place the outer hoop over the fabric – in a way, it’ll be an embroidery hoop sandwich! Press the outer hoop down and begin to tighten the screw to create a snug sandwich with the fabric nice and taut!

There you have it – your hoop is ready to stitch in!

Basic Stitches

You can save this image and keep it handy as an assortment of simple stitches to work with on your upcoming projects! Be sure to subscribe and keep an eye out for freebie templates. If you’re ready to take on your first project, head over to the shop and pick out a kit!

Enjoy your stitching!

Wedding Planning: The Flower Budget

Are you browsing Pinterest to create your perfect wedding day? Browsing Instagram to save all of the gorgeous floral arrangements? Well – so am I! That’s why I have decided to create a Wedding Planning Series to document my process and provide tips and tricks that I’ve used (or wished I had used) during my own wedding planning process!

Now when it comes to flowers, my head almost explodes – almost. Not because its a headache, but because there are SO MANY options! So many colors! So many styles! And really… All of those things make a big difference when getting a quote from florists versus going the DIY route with faux florals or purchasing wholesale. Much like every other bit of wedding planning, theres a giant price tag above flowers – almost one of the the largest price tags actually.

ce38bdb776816799613f6c79ee694a00So what’s your budget? Is it in the thousands? How about the hundred? Don’t really have one?

Want to lower that budget and set aside a few hours to assemble centerpieces with your bridal party? Read below to get the behind the scenes information wether you decide to go with a florist or completely DIY every bit of your flowers!

How Many Flowers Do I Need?

Honestly, I didn’t really take flowers into consideration when we first set up our budget. I mean, I knew centerpieces would be involved but I didn’t totally think how many of those centerpieces would be needed. Or the bouquets. Or boutonnières.. I really only thought about the bridal party and went on with the budget.


So I have put together a little cheat sheet for you (you’re welcome)

  1. Bouquets
    1. Bridal Bouquet
    2. Toss Bouquet
    3. Bridesmaid Bouquets
    4. Mother of the Bride/Groom Bouquets/Corsage
    5. Flower Girl crowns
  2. Boutonnières 
    1. Grooms Boutonnière
    2. Groomsman Boutonnières
    3. Ring Bearer Boutonnière 
  3. Centerpieces
    1. Head Table (1 large or 2 medium sized)
    2. # of Tables (1 per round table, 2-3 per farm table)
    3. Cocktail Tables
  4. Ceremony Aisle
    1. Aisle Markers (For seats along the aisle)
    2. Arch Flowers

And hey – if you really want to go all out, you could add onto this list! But that adds to the price (so make sure its in your budget first)


Florist or DIY?

After meeting with florists and seeing the various quotes I was immediately in shock – from the price and the astonishment that THAT was the price of flowers? As a small business owner myself, I completely understand what ones time is worth, and I truly believe all of these gorgeous florists were worth that. It just wasn’t in the budget. To give you an example of the average cost from a florist for  bridal bouquet, you can have a florist make it for $250-350 OR if you were to purchase the flowers yourself and assemble it… It would be abo802803f8731f7c5c7fa5e485826ae08dut $30.

Yeah. It’s that drastic of a change. Now don’t get me wrong, the price truly depends on what type of flowers you are using or envisioning as well as how large of a piece you plan on creating. A 6″ round centerpiece price is far less than these Arch centerpieces to the left – so bear that in mind when deciding what to do within your flower budget. That drastic difference definitely made me jump the boat and decide to DIY it all. Because a) You get the exact thing you want and bring it to life yourself, b) Its an excuse to get your bridal party together and enjoy some wine while creating masterpieces, c) You get to appreciate the fruit of your labor on the most exciting day of your newly married life – and that is worth the time, and saving the money!


Where Do I Get Flowers?

I’ve learned that there’s an abundance of options out there! So here are a few of my favorite that I have found so far.

  • Locating a florist will depend on your location, I recommend using websites such as The Knot or Wedding Wire
  • Do you want the pre-arranged bouquets with the florist look but the DIY price? Check out Something Borrowed Blooms
  • Read to DIY and purchase wholesale flowers? Check out your local wholesale flower shop or Flower Moxie! I myself have decided to use Bouqs as they offer pre-assembled options as well as wholesale options to create your own look!

So in the end – it truly comes down to the budget (and if you trust yourself and your bridal party to DIY the flowers). In my case – I totally think it is worth saving a few hundred to a thousand dollars to set aside for a home downpayment and set aside a few hours the day before the wedding to design bouquets with my favorite gals!

As always, let me know what you think below and follow along on Instagram @SundayMorningsBloggersname-plate

Wedding Planning: Finding The Dress

Good Morning Loves and welcome to the third installment of the Wedding Planning series! Now that you have [assumedly] read the first tow pieces about what to do first when beginning the planning process as well as how to tackle those DIY Pinterest worthy accents, we are now moving into the first EXTRA BIG deal… THE DRESS!  Now I won’t lie to you – this process will not be the same for everyone. Some of you may find your dream dress on the first try whereas others [like myself] have far too many likes and can’t quite decide on one – so we get two. Hey, it’s your big day, do whatever makes you happy!

So here we go!

Do your research

Give yourself some time to begin compiling a list of boutiques or shops you are interested in visiting. Once you have your potential shops, take a look at your allotted budget and review which of those shops meet that requirement. Your “dream” boutique may actually be far out of your price range [and it would be heart wrenching to find a dress you love that is out of the budget] so I highly suggest you save yourself the heartache now rather than once you’ve attempted to slip extra funds from the wedding towards the dress.

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Be sure to look at the reviews rather than just the website or Instagram. Verify the customer service and quality of the shop prior to booking a consultation to save yourself the time of showing up to a shop where you will not be given the proper attention or help to find your dream dress. Unfortunately, I made the mistake of visiting a big name retailer with the hope of having plenty of options to choose from… that was far from what actually happened and I left knowing that I loved the dress I found but was not happy with giving my money to a shop who had no interest in the customer experience for such a monumental decision. But that was me – you could have a better experience and for that I have left out the name of the shop.

Know what you like

This is where Pinterest truly comes in handy because we all know it is the holy grail when it comes to dreaming up the ideal wedding! You may already have several dresses pinned that you adore – be sure to try on one dress in every style you think you like via photos to determine if you truly like it. Sometimes a dress you love on the screen may not give you the same *butterflies in the belly* feeling once it is on – and that is perfectly normal!

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Give yourself a chance to see what it looks like on and how it sits on your figure – if you are uncomfortable or uneasy, then you know it isn’t the dress you want. Sometimes the perfect dress will come when it is least expected which makes the experience all that much more exciting!

In my case, after visiting several boutiques and thinking I found the dress about 5 times I decided to give one last boutique a shot – just to look. I tried on several gowns that I thought I would love as much on myself as I did on the hanger and it just didn’t quite work… That’s when the ‘angel’ of a human at LUV Bridal in Downtown Phoenix had me try on a gown that she felt I may like.. One that I had walked past thinking wouldn’t quite be my taste. But guess what?

I loved it. It was the most perfect combination of all of the dresses I thought I would buy from the other boutiques! From the color, shape, layering – all of it combined in a way that I hadn’t seen when I passed by it. Sometimes, you just have to try it all and give things a chance to work themselves out.

Don’t be afraid to say ‘No’

You may have a large group of gals joining you to try on dresses – but keep in mind… this is YOUR day, and their opinions should not speak louder than your own. If you feel like a princess in something they don’t see fit for themselves – who cares? If you feel like a damn princess, then that should speak louder than any other opinion. If you feel uncomfortable or unhappy in a dress that they say looks amazing, don’t be afraid to say NO to that dress and try on another.

At the end of the day, YOU will be rocking that dress and experiencing the best night of your life in it. Your opinion of it matters most – allow their opinions to aid you in a way that confirms your own opinion of it.

IMG_3277.jpgPictured above is the first dress I honestly thought I would be saying yes to. It fit like a glove, it was in my budget, and it went perfectly with the theme and matched my ring – perfect! But I let the decision sit for a little [something I almost never do] and ultimately decided, it just wasn’t me. This dress spoke louder to those who were with my when I tried it on because it was more their taste. Although it was truly a gorgeous gown and made me feel like a princess, it wasn’t the dress for me. And that was perfectly okay!

As always, feel free to ask me questions by leaving a comment below! Follow me on instagram to continue to be updated with my life in general and to see when new blog posts will be up. Have an amazing Sunday, friends!

XOXOged!

Wedding Planning with Pinterest Goals in Mind

Do you browse Pinterest in your spare time [or even your not so spare time] and plan out your dream wedding? Do you have a “secret” board stashed away with all of those ideas you LOVE but aren’t quite sure how to bring to life without planning out how many times you have to sell your clothes to Plato’s closet before you can make one piece come to life? Welcome to the club! We serve mimosas all day and craft all night [okay not really but that is definitely a club I would enjoy).

If you are looking to axe your Florist budget in [nearly] half – become a Michaels Rewards member and you’ll get daily coupons!

Now – let’s jump into the nitty gritty and oh so pretty of Pinterest Weddings!

Today I’ll go over my top two favorite DIY pieces that normally eat a giant chunk of the wedding budget: Floral and Invitations! You may not realize it yet, but once you start getting quotes for these pieces you’ll thank me for telling you it’s worth doing it yourself!

– Invitations –

DIY your own invitations with script font using just your printer [and a design program if available]. I ordered customized stamps from Minted.com and a personalized return stamp from Zazzle.com to complete our suite look (I’ll share photos once I get those all mailed!).

Have you been eyeing those wax seals you see all over Instagram and Pinterest like I had? Well guess what? You can do it cheap! You really just need a hot glue gun, wax, and a stamp. All of which you can get customized by the awesome Etsy sellers I’ve linked!

– Floral –

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Well – you can make it! If you are looking to axe your Florist budget in [nearly] half – become a Michaels Rewards member and you’ll get daily coupons! Plus they now launched Michaels Weddings which has everything you could possibly need to bring your Pinterest goals to life! Win win, I mean – you get to browse Michaels AND plan your wedding? With coupons? Score!

I have also come across this amazing Rental Florist that I am honestly considering to use for my wedding next year. Check them out and see if it matches your unique style: Something Borrowed Blooms, this is a Bridal bouquet from their Olivia Collection and it is way cheaper in comparison to the $360 Bridal Bouquet quotes I’ve gotten from local florists!

I am more than happy to share more details and ideas or answer any questions you have regarding wedding planning on a budget! Leave a comment below and I can address them in my next post!

Wedding Planning: What you need to know first

Welcome back for the second edition of Wedding Plan! These tips and tricks are aimed to helping you plan the wedding of your dreams – whether its happening in the next few months or years! Today’s post is meant to illustrate the first steps your should take in the planning process that will help outline the remaining tasks of your wedding plan.

Pick the Venue + Date

Once the storm settles and you get a break from the excitement, it’ll be time to sit down together and thing about what season you are both interested in getting married in – this greatly helps when determining where to host your big day!

Do you imagine a sunset ceremony? How about snowflakes drifting as you take your first kiss? How about a pink sunset as you’re surrounded by a multitude of rare blooms? Yeah – I chose the last one.Martinez Wedding Lookbook 1

Set the Tone

When I started the planning process, I didn’t quite read anywhere about setting a tone for your wedding but I definitely found it helpful to create a rhythm for the rest of the planning process. From the colors to the location – it seems right to complete the overall tone of the grand day with words of wisdom.Wedding Quote

Pick your Color Scheme

This seems like a daunting task – and it truly is! Finding the perfect blend of your favorite colors along with those of your fiancé  can turn into a messy task. This task alone has a few pieces that need to be considered before nailing it down and continuing on to select your flowers and linen pieces.Color Scheme

  • Be aware of your wedding season and location. This can help define what flowers will be available hence what colors will be accented in your bouquet, as well as what colors stand out at your venue. For example, if you are getting married outdoors, you want colors that either POP or are subtle enough to show a contrast against the background.

Create a Plan

Now normally – this is done later in the process but I love to plan ahead! This helps create the scene in your mind to understand the flow of the event and what may be missing in the planning process! It’s a rough timeline, but it will help gauge where your guests will move to during the switch from ceremony to reception, and so forth.

Timeline of Events

Thank you for reading – enjoy the rest of your Sunday loves!

XOXOged!

Wedding Planning with Pinterest Goals in Mind

Do you browse Pinterest in your spare time [or even your not so spare time] and plan out your dream wedding? Do you have a “secret” board stashed away with all of those ideas you LOVE but aren’t quite sure how to bring to life without planning out how many times you have to sell your clothes to Plato’s closet before you can make one piece come to life? Welcome to the club! We serve mimosas all day and craft all night [okay not really but that is definitely a club I would enjoy).

If you are looking to axe your Florist budget in [nearly] half – become a Michaels Rewards member and you’ll get daily coupons!

Now – let’s jump into the nitty gritty  and oh so pretty of Pinterest Weddings!

Today I’ll go over my top two favorite DIY pieces that normally eat a giant chunk of the wedding budget: Floral and Invitations! You may not realize it yet, but once you start getting quotes for these pieces you’ll thank me for telling you it’s worth doing it yourself!

– Invitations –

d891116bb157d28f025e436e7235413fDIY your own invitations with script font using just your printer [and a design program if available]. I ordered customized stamps from Minted.com and a personalized return stamp from Zazzle.com to complete our suite look (I’ll share photos once I get those all mailed!).

 

Have you been eyeing those wax seals you see all over Instagram and Pinterest like I had? Well guess what? You can do it cheap! You really just need a hot glue gun, wax, and a stamp. All of which you can get customized by the awesome Etsy sellers I’ve linked!

– Floral –

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Pinterest Floral

Well – you can make it! If you are looking to axe your Florist budget in [nearly] half – become a Michaels Rewards member and you’ll get daily coupons! Plus they now launched Michaels Weddings which has everything you could possibly need to bring your Pinterest goals to life! Win win, I mean – you get to browse Michaels AND plan your wedding? With coupons? Score!

I have also come across this amazing Rental Florist that I am honestly considering to use for my wedding next year. Check them out and see if it matches your unique style: Something Borrowed Blooms, this is a Bridal bouquet from their Olivia Collection and it is way  cheaper in comparison to the $360 Bridal Bouquet quotes I’ve gotten from local florists!

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I am more than happy to share more details and ideas or answer any questions you have regarding wedding planning on a budget! Leave a comment below and I can address them in my next post!

 

 

**Before you take off to brew yourself another cup o’ Joe, I would love your opinion:

As always – thank you for following along and taking time out of your relaxing weekend to read about this crazy life!

How To Plan A European Adventure – On A College Budget

Good Afternoon Loves!

Eric and I made it safely to Florida yesterday afternoon and have been enjoying a day (with a late start) full of last minute errands before we head out on our graduation cruise tomorrow! Woo! If you’ve been following on my journey the last few months, you may already know I recently graduated from Arizona State University and am now a full time employee at a local Landscape Architecture firm in Scottsdale – so basically I’m a real adult now.. it’s been a crazy transition but I am oh so excited to no longer have homework – ever!

For my final Spring Break (ever) I planned an European Adventure for myself and two of my best gal pals, Alex and Lauren. This was Alex’s first time abroad so I wanted to make sure we hit the hot spots to get the best experience out of our short week of travel. In typical Crystal fashion, I began the planning process about 10 months in advance and was able to score some amazing flights!

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No really – we booked our flights from Los Angeles to Barcelona for $139 one-way, and our return flight from Paris for $158! So really, if you’re on a budget and you don’t think you are able to make a trip abroad happen – you totally can! My best words of advice to do so are to check SkyScanner for flights. I would honestly recommend Norwegian Airlines to anyone looking for an affordable airline with amazing service. I used Norwegian for my flights to France two years ago when I studied abroad and visited 12 countries!1

So, to give you an idea as to what really happened I have included a few pages of the Plan Book I made to keep us all organized – I’m a tad bit OCD about organization if you haven’t noticed… But it came in handy! From an overall itinerary to a more detailed Daily schedule, we had all of our bases covered with wiggle room for last minute adventures (like our last minute decision to go to Paris Disney!)

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So really, if you’re on a budget and you don’t think you are able to make a trip abroad happen – you totally can! Just follow some easy money saving tips that I have outlined below!

Finding Cheap Flights

Like I said earlier, I 10/10 recommend SkyScanner but if you’re looking for flights abroad and are willing to fly out of one one of the major hubs (Los Angeles, Las Vegas, New York) then I would say Norwegian is the best airline with amazing low-cost flights. When using Norwegian, there is a calendar tool that gives you a full month view showing flight prices to allow you to choose the cheapest date.Screen Shot 2018-05-20 at 5.21.55 PM.png

Finding Cheap Transportation

Aside from the typical recommendations of getting around town via Uber or Lyft, I recommend downloading the local transportation maps and utilizing the public transportation (if available in the city you are visiting). This saves you money when purchasing the bundle tickets and gives you a real experience as a local by navigating your way around town.

Finding Cheap Eats

I 100% recommend using Yelp when you are traveling to be able to search for literally anything! Restaurants, Shops, Entertainment, Tattoo Shops (we got matching tattoos in Barcelona via Apple Maps recommendations). Prior to your trip, I recommend assembling a list of restaurants located around town or around the spots you plan on visiting so that you have restaurants in mind to visit.

Next week I will post about the specifics for each location – Barcelona, Munich and Paris! So check back for that – in the meantime, feel free to comment below with any questions or tips that I should include!XOXOged!

Working Women Have Their OWN Space in Gilbert, AZ

Welcome to ThriveAZ – a space for women to work alongside like-minded individuals and empower each other while doing so. A space – to create! I mean, for me it definitely was [check out this fun new piece I made during my “work” break]!
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Let’s Get S**t Done!

Now if you’re like me and you have a habit of being easily distracted in your own home while trying to get work done – then you NEED to visit ThriveAZ and seriously consider joining!

I spent the second half of my work day at Thrive earlier this week and cannot believe how productive I was – I mean really – I never focus like I did at Thrive! I am not one to force my friends to do anything I wouldn’t do, so this is me being real and recommending something I believe in. Thrive is a community built around strong women, and I believe in that.

So, are you anything like me when it comes to being productive? If so, take a look at Thrive – I promise you’ll love their space!

Below are the amenities included in your membership, and for only $400 for the year you get access to all these goodies + and more!

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never focus like I did at Thrive! I am not one to force my friends to do anything I wouldn’t do, so this is me being real and recommending something I believe in. Thrive is a community built around strong women, and I believe in that.

So, what do you think? Ready to take the next step and visit Thrive? If so, let me know and I’d be more than happy to meet you there for one of their Wine & Whine nights!

XOXOged!