The new year has inspired me and the rest of the world to get organized and it’s all thanks to organization guru, Marie Kondo. If you haven’t heard of her you must live under a rock because she’s not only taken over the internet, but she’s also now the sole tiny person behind many peoples clean drawers and closets.
In 2017 she wrote The Life-Changing Magna of Tidying Up where she introduced to the KonMari Method. Just recently, the Netflix original released and in just a few weeks this tiny Japanese woman is changing lives.
While watching Tidying Up with Marie Kondo I must say I felt pretty …
Last September, we spent about 24 days exploring the different regions of Italy. Spending almost an entire month in Italy was an absolute dream, and honestly, I don’t think any trip can ever top it. Our Italian adventure was filled with many stops, two of them being Rome and Venice. if you’re thinking about vacationing in Italy anytime soon, after this post I hope you have no doubts.
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Where to stay: We stayed in …
1. Sign up for a cooking class. It’s a great way to spend time together and a fun way to learn new skills and recipes.
2. Make your own chocolate fondue. Sometimes it’s so cold you don’t even want to go outside for dessert, so don’t. Heat up some chocolate in your own house and start dipping away.
3. Go ice skating together. Find out when open skate is and hit the ice with your partner. Hold hands and laugh at (and with) each other as you almost fall over a couple times. Don’t worry about being the best, just have fun with it.
4. Visit a local …
Last September, we spent about 24 days exploring the different regions of Italy. Spending almost an entire month in Italy was an absolute dream, and honestly, I don’t think any trip can ever top it. Our Italian adventure began in Milan and then took us Florence — if you’re thinking about vacationing in Italy anytime soon, after this post I hope you have no doubts.
Where To Stay: We stayed in an Airbnb only about a 10 minute walk to the …
When I think about my childhood there’s not much I would change. Many would even call the way I grew up “perfect”. In the Charania household there are four of us– my Dad, Mom, Brother and me. We moved to Georgia from Texas when my little brother and I were six and eight years old.
We were blessed enough to live in a beautiful home, in the same neighborhood as my cousins who were close in age to us. Life was always fun with riding bikes down the hills and watching the boys play basketball in the backyard. I always had a big group of …
It took us about 2 years to invest in a cast iron pan and though I have no idea why it took so long, but now that we have it I don’t know what we did without it!
One of our favorite meals to make with the cast iron skillet is Lamb Chops. Now Hubs doesn’t cook much, but when he does… best lamb chops… ever! They are so tender and juicy and the Harissa spice powder is the best seasoning ever–I seriously wish I could put it on everything.
I hope you guys enjoy this delicious meal as much as we do!
It’s that time of year again! Time for holiday photos, planning the perfect outfits, location scouting, and coordinating dates & times with the family. I always go back and forth about family holiday photos. I mean is it really worth getting all dressed up for literally 10-15 minutes of chaos?
Last year we kept it simple and took our family picture in our backyard, it was the day after Thanksgiving and it was our first year with our (then) new pup! This …
Christmas Tree decorating is what I live for. Well, not really — but it is my absolute favorite season of the year and I really put all my creative juices to work when I’m decorating. I’ve been decorating our family tree for as long as I can imagine. We’re not Christians, so my parents never really understood why I loved putting a tree up every year, but they also never forbid me for doing so. I like to think of Christmas more of a time of family, love, and togetherness and that’s why every year I try and put together a tree that embodies that.
Now that I have …
#Adulting hit me hard when Aziz & I decided to get married when I was only 23 years old. I had never lived on my own, let alone with a boy! Nor had I ever, written a check, cleaned an entire house (not just my room when I was told), gone to the doctor alone, cooked every single day, I didn’t even know how much a mortgage payment or regular bills cost! I had no idea what I was getting myself into when I decided to get married, I mean I knew it would mean living with the boy I love, but I had no idea about all …
I hope everyone had an amazing long weekend, and an eventful Thanksgiving with their family and friends!
There’s something beautiful in saying goodbye to one season, and welcoming the next one. Fall is always a great transition into winter (my favorite season ever) and the best thing about fall is the fashion options! I absolutely love dressing in coats, chunky sweaters, and earth-tones. This Thanksgiving I opted out of wearing anything too form fitting (give me all the yummy Thanksgiving food) and chose something classic, yet comfy.