Recipes Style Cues

Valentine’s Day Threads and Snacks

February 13, 2017

With some job changes and a little break from blogging to settle into our new lives, we’re back and ready to show ya’ll some love. Valentine’s Day is tomorrow and you gals may be asking yourselves some questions: what outfit should I pull together from my closet and/or what desserts or drinks should I be enjoying? We kept it extra simple this year and I put together two outfits that make me feel comfortable and gorgeous, and treats that honestly make me feel the same.  Continue Reading

Style Cues

Thrifted Treasures // Wrangler Jacket

There’s a lot of energy and patience that goes into thrift shopping. Often times, thrfiting comes with a lot of hanger pushing, a lot of trunk digging, a lot of dust, a lot of cowboy boots, and a lot of tiny angel trinkets. And,…

October 16, 2016
Tastes of Travel

3 Beautiful Spots to Visit at Big Sur

Though our childhood memories and our deep home roots lie within Arizona, we still love that we were born in California. We feel like we can totally relate to some of the Cali life and to all those beautifully bronzed, beachy-waved, salty Cali girls…

September 29, 2016
Beauty Bits

2 Fab Saviors for Sensitive Skin

I was first introduced to the First Aid Beauty (FAB) products by a skincare expert/friend of mine from work. She has magical skin and a breadth of skincare knowledge — a buddy who I can nerd out with for HOURS on pores, dry skin,…

September 25, 2016
Fruits of Fitness

24 Minute Park Bench Workout

No gym?! NO PROBLEM! Constraints such as not being able to find a gym close to you or not being able to afford a gym membership, should not be things that hold you back from living a fit and healthy lifestyle. Also… I’ll soon enough…

September 20, 2016
Style Cues

A Bold Bandana

The bandana: It can be worn around the neck, knotted, then pulled to the side like a neckerchief. It can be draped bandit-style so it lies just above the chest at a point. It can be tied tight and strong to resemble an on-trend…

August 19, 2016

Beet + Kale Quinoa Bowl

In our last post, which you can read here, we introduced two concerns we’ve heard from many friends, acquaintances, and coworkers that ultimately keep them from enjoying a healthy-eating, home-cooking lifestyle: 1. “It just takes too long to cook at home…” or “I simply…

April 16, 2016

Lemon Roasted Romanesco Cauliflower

Mother Nature breeds some wonderful and interesting plants, animals, and more. There are specific moments in nature when things like math and equations work out perfectly and beautifully. We had a high school art teacher who dedicated a lesson to naturally occurring fractals. The…

March 9, 2016
Tastes of Travel

Bell Rock // Sedona, AZ

 SEDONA, ARIZONA Allison and I grew up just 20 minutes away from Sedona, AZ, a town we visited rather frequently.  The reason for our visits have transformed slowly over our growing up years.…

February 24, 2016