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Josie's Houston City Guide

I've lived in a suburb of Houston for most of my life and while I don't often brave downtown traffic, when I do it's for good reason- Houston truly does have so much to offer! Whether you're looking for great eats or love museums as much as I do, Houston has some great options and there's always a concert or two to check out! So the next time you're in Houston, here's some places you should definitely stop and see, from my own experiences and crowdsourced from some of my more adventurous friends. Museum of Fine Arts I love the Houston MFA. There's a pretty good mix of modern to older works, everything from classical sculpture and renaissance paintings to impressionist pieces....

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Surviving Holiday Travel: Lindsay's Travel Essentials

The holiday season is my favorite. But with the busy season comes travel. Though I travel a lot throughout the year, holiday travel usually means more people, more traffic, less time, longer lines – you get it. I want to share a few of my favorite products and tips to hopefully ease your travel stresses this holiday season.  This adorable clutch. One of the most stressful parts of flying somewhere is going through airport security. I always feel rushed to get all my stuff together and figured out so that I don’t hold up the line. This clutch makes it so easy to hold my phone, boarding pass, ID, and anything else I need for my flight. It’s the perfect...

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A Recipe For Changing Weather: Jen's Grain Free Apple Crisp

It's officially cozy fall (and winter!) weather! In our home, this means many evenings spent having quality time hangs with friends over tea and dessert! Fall also means apple season, so what better dessert to make than apple crisp? Because of some dietary restrictions, I try to avoid grains and refined sugars as much as possible.  So, I’ve whipped up a simple grain-free, refined sugar-free alternative to this beloved classic!   Filling: 3 medium to large apples (I like to use all different kinds) 1 teaspoon of cinnamon (or more, depending on what you like!  I usually just eyeball it) Half of a lemon Topping 3/4 cup chopped pecans 1/2 cup coconut flakes 1/4 cup almond flour 1 teaspoon apple pie...

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Embrace a New Season: Haley’s Fall Decor Refresh

As the weather changes outside, our home yearns for a refresh. I love finding ways to switch up the house to embrace a new season. Here are just a few ways we are bringing the autumnal weather indoors. Rotate throws and pillows - Most households are quick to collect decorative pillows and cozy throw blankets. Rather than buying new pillows and blankets, consider gathering up your current collection from the bedrooms and sofas. Redistribute them throughout the house to bring a new look to your rooms. Of course, if you are interested in purchasing a new pillow, you should definitely check out the Carala Tassel Pillow.  Decorate with local produce - Plan a trip to the farmers market or snag some fall foliage...

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Agua Fresca: Our Jamaica Recipe That's Perfect for Summer

It's finally officially summer and I couldn't be more grateful! Growing up in the midwest and having a July birthday, all of my best memories were in summer. I would venture to guess that it's also when my earliest signs of entrepreneurism started to show. I may have had a lemonade stand or two and I still maintain that there are few things that feel better than a cold, iced beverage on a hot, humid midwest summer day. This Aqua Fresca is one of my favorites and carries with it as many sweet (no pun intended) memories as lemonade does. Jamaica is made with hibiscus flowers and is a common agua fresca found alongside horchata and tamarind. This recipe comes from...

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