I've always been a crafty person, and believe it or not, sharing crafts was the reason I really started this blog in the first place. Having littles and getting back into the swing of things with school has really had me stressed, but I made sure this past weekend to make a little time for myself to create, and here's what I came up with.

Happy Tuesday, friends! Today I wanted to show you my first day of school outfit (that's today!) which includes a few fun new LuLaRoe pieces, the Madison skirt and the Joy vest! Tif over at Bright on a Budget is also styling some LuLaRoe today, so make sure to check it out!

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This week was full of fun and some craziness!  Here are the highlights:


Saturday Russ and I spent the afternoon and evening on a bike ride with our friend to celebrate her birthday. We stopped at a few different breweries and such along the way. It was so fun but I was super tired at the end. We biked 18 miles overall.

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I'm back to work this week in pre-service days as a teacher and next week two of our three boys will be in school! Every year it's so hard to get back into the swing of things at the end of summer, but today I wanted to share a four tips been putting into place that make things a little easier on all of us during this transition.

Russ and I went out on a date night the other night to one of his favorite restaurants in Des Moines called Malo. It's fun to get dressed up every once in a while even if it's just for a few hours. I had to laugh because the last two date nights before this I wore the same olive tee with different black and white striped skirts (here and here). I made sure this night was vastly different!
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