The first few weeks of May are in the books, and let me tell you, it’s been a doozy. The weather has been a crazy mishmash of rain, hot, cold, dry, sunny, cloudy – every season, rolled into two weeks. Good times. That really makes the treasure hunt in the closet a challenge y’all! So here’s what I wore, some buying ideas, and some tips for dressing in transitional weather.Continue reading “May Daily Style”
Rain, rain go away…etc. etc. etc. It seems like it’s been raining forever here y’all. Creeks, chutes, bayous and rivers are rising, our yard is a spongy mess, and weeds are taking over everything! I think I might actually be starting to mildew. But I guess we have to remember that after the rain comes the rainbow, and the flowers and the sun will eventually shine. Because of our dreary weather, I asked Katherine, my Stitch Fix stylist, to send me items that were bright and happy and full of color. I’m a firm believer in color therapy, and bright and happy colors make me a bright and happy girl! Read on to see what she sent me!
Hi y’all! It’s time for another fabulous link-up party featuring some of my favorite midlife fashion and style bloggers. This month our blogs feature beautiful florals in a variety of styles – from maxi dresses to kimonos to cocktail looks and more! I’m always amazed by what these girls can do with fashion! Each lady has their own individual style. I’m sure they’ll impress you as much as they impress and inspire me! Take notes!
One of the first meals I made in the Instant Pot was Roast Beef. As I’ve become more comfortable with my Instant Pot, I’ve begun experimenting more, and adapting recipes I’ve previously used in my trusty slow cooker. This recipe is an adaptation of a tried and true recipe I’ve followed for years. In fact, I’ve prepared roast beef with coffee for so long, I didn’t actually have a recipe… instead it’s become one of those ‘throw this stuff in and cook it’ recipes. Read on for how I adapted a family favorite for the Instant Pot!