Cashmere Sweater

Cashmere Sweater on Waketon Road wearing Everlane $100 Cashmere Collection

I’m not sure what’s gotten into me this week but I have gone into major clean-out mode. Every once and while I get the urge to purge! It usually happens in between seasons when I know it’s time to start transitioning my wardrobe. I start looking around my house at what is just collecting dust. I try to clean out my closet every couple of months but a major over-hall...

Valentine’s Day – Thoughtful Gifts for Him

Valentine's Day - Thoughtful Gifts for Him

Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching! Like I mentioned in Wednesday’s post, Brian and I don’t typically make a big deal out of this holiday. But it is nice to gift the people you love most with thoughtful gifts. You can definitely find the way to my heart with flowers and chocolate but a gift with more meaning is always appreciated.   This year Brian and I were gifted matching His...

Fresh Start for Spring

Fresh Start for Spring on Waketon Road

On Sunday I woke up to what felt like a spring morning. Which was a very welcome change to the previous week of temperatures in the teens. Now that I’ve had a taste of warmer weather I’m craving spring. I haven’t been thinking too much about a spring wardrobe lately but I have to admit this weekend got me in the mood for everything pastel. Brian will be traveling to...

Working with Purpose

Work With Purpose on Waketon Road

One of my goals for 2018 is to work with more of a purpose. What I mean by that is that I want there to be a goal or an intention behind my efforts. This is true for every area of my life, professionally, personally, blogging, etc. I felt like last year I stumbled upon a few successes but didn’t really apply myself in the most effective way. 2017 wasn’t...

Self-Promotion: How To Do It Right

Four ways to make "self-promotion" easier on Waketon Road

If you are anything like me, self-promotion is hard. Why is it that we can be the biggest cheerleaders for our friends and family, but when it comes to ourselves we fall flat? I have always believed that hard work pays off. And while I think that’s true, it doesn’t pay off (at least not quickly) when no one knows about the great things you are doing. My struggle with...