Snacking With Graze

Graze sent me this adorable snack package that has been getting me through tests/midterms. I'm excited to announce that y'all can get a trial month of Graze free by clicking this link! The free box comes with 4 snacks, but if you decide to sign up (and you'll want to), you get to pick 8 snacks to be delivered to your door weekly for $11.99 a delivery. 

Each snack is healthy and cute–– this means less grocery shopping and more fun packages arriving at your door. This is perfect for college students because you can throw the little snacks into your school tote to munch on during lectures.

Thank you to Graze for kindly sponsoring this post. All opinions are 100% honest & completely my own!

Spring Sandals Under $100

Spring is in the air, and my fave thing to shop for this time of year is sandals. There are so many cute pairs out right now, and it makes me so happy! I have handpicked some of my favorites for y'all, and they are all under $100.

I recently picked up the Steve Madden Werkit sandals, and they are now my favorite pair that I own–– I wear them at least twice a week! Lace up sandals are my favorite trend right now.



I hope all of you guys are having a great week so far! What spring sandals do you plan on wearing this year?

Rainy Days with Gus and Charles River

Gus and I had so much fun in our Charles River rain jackets this past weekend–– he hates getting wet in the rain so he loved his little doggy rain jacket! They come in so many sizes and colors that match their human rain jackets, making rainy days fun.

I am also in love with these black workout leggings they sent me. They are the perfect fit and they are lightweight and breathable!

Post a photo of your furry friend wearing the New Englander Doggie Rain Jacket on Instagram or Facebook using #CharlesRiverDoggie by April 1st to be entered to win a 12 month subscription to BarkBox - a value of over $200! One adorable entry will be selected to receive a package every month for one year filled with toys, treats, and chews for your pooch pal!

*This post is sponsored by Charles River Apparel. All opinions are my own!*

Spring Has Sprung

Romper | Evil eye necklace c/o Franky's Jewelry | Sandals | Sunglasses | Bag

I went home this past weekend for the first time all semester (because I needed to renew my driver's license) and the weather in Savannah was gorgeous! I literally spent all weekend outside shopping, playing golf with my dad, and visiting Fort Pulaski for the millionth time to take photos. I am so in love with this Cooper and Ella romper–– I purchased it for the Masters and I cannot wait to wear it in Augusta. It's so comfortable and lightweight.

I decided to pair it with my fave pair of lace up sandals and a necklace Franky's Jewelry sent me (I haven't taken it off since I received it). I recently discovered Franky's and they have the cutest stuff–– the best part is that the brand is spreading awareness about Cerebellar Ataxia, which is a rare degenerative disease that affects motor skills. 20% of the proceeds from each purchase go toward the National Ataxia Foundation. The whole story behind Franky's and their mission can be read here.

I hope everyone is having a great Monday and if y'all are on spring break, I hope you're having an amazing time!

Whitefish Mountain

These photos were taken on Whitefish Mountain the last full day I was there–– it was so pretty and sunny (a warm 55 degrees). Since it was on the warmer side, I wore white jeans, a fluffy Club Monaco sweater, and my favorite Adidas sneakers.

My most recent splurge was buying the Gucci "disco" crossbody bag for myself, and it was a great decision. I've used it every day since. It's made so well and it goes with just about everything. I cannot recommend it enough!

Glacier National Park

Jacket | Boots | Leggings | Similar beanie

I'm back–– it's been a long, long time since I have posted on here! I have been so busy, but I wanted to share a few photos from my spring break trip to visit my cousins and aunt in Montana. It was actually unseasonably warm there (you cannot tell from photos). On the second day I was there, we went to Glacier National Park to venture around. Most of the trails were closed, so we walked three miles on the blocked off road to the river. It was absolutely beautiful. I've been to Glacier many times, but it's always been in the summertime. 

I kept warm by wearing Lululemon leggings, LL Bean boots, a Charles River vest, a long sleeve tee, a NY beanie, and an H&M coat I borrowed from my aunt.

(A lot of our photos didn't come out because we accidentally shot on f22 instead of f2.2)