Tuesday, September 27, 2016

SEBlogs Home [Master Bed+Bathroom]


Welcome back to my Home Tour Series! 

Today is all about our Master Bedroom and Bathroom. I am so overly obsessed with our Master Bathroom. It is everything and the major selling point of our home. 

 Lady and the Tramp: Swarovski 

Bed Spread: Target

"R" Monogram: Hobby Lobby

John's Bedside Table Decor

 If you follow me on SnapChat (ssarahhhh14) or instagram, you will know that I am in love with our bath tub. I definitely make good use of it with bath bombs and epsom salts. 


back behind the candle row, you can see a box full of face masks



makeup storage containers: Amazon


What is your favorite room of your home?

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Fall Date Ideas

Happy First Day of Fall, Y'all! 
Fall/Autumn is my favorite season. There is just something about the cooler air, smell of pumpkins and cinnamon, warm coffee, and extra close cuddling that gives me all the heart eyes. With all of that also comes the best season for dating in my opinion. 

-Day Dates-
• apple picking
•create a fall photo shoot
•pumpkin patch
•go for a scenic drive if the leaves change where you are
•stuff a scare crow
•have a baking day full of yummy fall treats
•horseback ride along a lake or beach


-Night Dates-
•go on a hay ride
•visit haunted houses/go on a ghost tour
•camp out in the back yard with a fire and marshmallows
•carve out pumpkins and roast the seeds
•attend a fall festival 
• go craft beer tasting
•watch the sunset all bundled up


What are some of your favorite Fall Dates?

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Fall Essentials [Home Decor]

Happy Tuesday Lovies! 

With the first official day of Fall coming up, I figured I would round up some of my favorite Fall Home Essential ideas for you. I love to decorate for the seasons and Fall is one of my favorite ones to decorate for. It is something about the warmer tones that just transforms our house into such a cozy spot. 

My Home Essentials
-candles 
-variety of pumpkins
-dish towels
-seasonal wreaths
-door mats


it should be no surprise but the only candles I will buy are the B&BW ones. You can always get them on a good sale and they last forever and keep a strong scent. 









The best part of all the items mentioned above is that they are all $30 and under! There is nothing like sprucing up on a budget. 

What are your fall decor essentials?
Check out my Fall Fashion Essentials Here

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Thursday Huddle [Week 2: Football Basics]


If you have been around here for a while, you already know that sports are kinda a big thing to us. To be in this household, you must be one thing: a New England Sports Fan. 
We John takes football very seriously around here down to the superstition level, really. I like it because of the yummy craft beers, the cute outfits, the ribbons and bows, and the food!

So, as previously stated, J is a football maniac and has been since he was three, maybe even before then. There are no "ifs", "ands", or "buts", about if we are going to watch the game or not. If the Pat's are on, we will be watching in full game attire. When we first started dating, I thought he was kidding..when I realized he was serious, I didn't fully grasp to what extent he was going but, I quickly learned. At first, I was irritated. I didn't get it and I didn't care. 

However, seeing the passion he had for this team changed my mind and I figured I could spare four hours on a Sunday to try and learn...but of course, when in doubt, fake it! 

Here is my "cheat sheet" of sorts for the fellow friends, girlfriends, fiancĂ©es, wives, whoever that just simply doesn't get it! 

- FOOTBALL 101 -

Football is war. Essentially, it is a strategic game of Risk, where the 100 yards on the field are the battleground and there are 22 men on the field trying to fight for the win. 

The offense (the team with the ball) makes their way up the field to score a touchdown. The defense must stop them…simple?….not quite.

All progress in a football game is measured in yards. The offense tries to get as much "yardage" as they can to try and move closer to the other teams end zone. 
The offense has four chances, known as downs to get the ball 10 yards. Once they get those 10 yards, they are given another set of downs. Sometimes it takes a few tries to get the 10.
So when you hear 2nd and 6 it means that the offense has 6 yards to go and they are on their second down. It gets a little more complex when you get to the 4th down. Yes, technically, this is your last chance to get your 10 yards and why not take it?
Because if you take it and miss, the opposing team then gets to start, from exactly the spot that you left off, only they are headed in the other direction...much closer to the end zone. You could also use your 4th down to kick a field goal.

This is where strategy comes in, is it worth the risk to try for the 1st down? Or is it better to punt (which is like a mini-kickoff)?
Scoring Basics: a touchdown is six points. An extra point is worth one (but teams can go for a two-point conversion, where they get another play to make it in the end zone, rather than kicking an extra point). A field goal is worth three points. And a safety (when a player with the ball is tackled in his own end zone) is worth two points.
A field goal is made when the team has run out of downs and aren’t close enough to the end zone to go for a touchdown, but close enough that the kicker can kick through the goalposts

A safety is when the quarterback is sacked in their own end zone.
Hold Up! What’s a sack?

A sack is when the quarterback (think Tom Brady) is tackled before he is able to throw the ball. Sacks are a big deal. Quarterbacks have had their careers ended by properly timed sacks, remember the beginning of The Blind Side?
false start is when a member of the offense moves before the play actually starts. Offsides/ Encroachment is when a player on the defense moves before the play starts.
A turnover can happen one of two ways: a fumble, which is just what it sounds like, someone on the offense bumbling a pass or toss and it falling to the ground to be picked up by the opposing teams defense. Or the ball can be intercepted, which is also, just what it sounds like, the ball is intercepted when the quarterback throws it to someone. There are many intricacies to turnovers: whether someone has been downed (tackled) or not, if it is a fumble vs. a dead ball. 

Flags.  
-A yellow flag on the play indicates that the referee is calling a foul on the play. We all have to wait on the edge of our seats to find out which player did what and when. 
-If you see the coaches throw down a red flag, this is called a "coach's challenge," and it means that the team charged with the foul disagrees with the ref's call. 
-If the coach tosses a red flag, the play is reviewed by the refs and if they reverse it — great: All is fine and the team is happy! If the play is reviewed and not reversed, the team that threw the red flag is charged with a time-out. Coaches can only throw a red flag in the first 28 minutes of each half. (In the last two minutes of each half, any questionable plays are automatically reviewed by the refs.)
All in all, it is a lot to take it but, it is not that hard to grasp! Plus, if you have a cute guy with you, I am sure he will want to show off his knowledge and teach you a few things so, don't be afraid to ask!

So now, are you ready for some football?!


What better way to bring on football season than sharing your favorite things about football with everyone! So I bring you the #ThursdayHuddleParty with Jasmine from Jasmine Maria  where everyone can see how you celebrate football!  Be sure to link up every 1st and 3rd Thursday of every month through football season.  I would love to have you and can’t wait to read about your favorite things about football! 

Meet Your Hosts: 
-Jasmine from The Jasmine Maria Blog // Twitter // Facebook // Instagram // Pinterest   
-Ashleigh from Trucks and Ruffles // Pinterest // Instagram // Twitter 
-Lexi from A Blissful Haven // Twitter // Facebook // Instagram // Pinterest 
-Andrea from Glam Hungry Mom // Twitter // Facebook // Instagram // Pinterest 
-Angie from Chasing My Halo // Instagram // Twitter // Pinterest // Facebook 
-Sarah from Sarah Emily Blogs // Twitter // Facebook // Instagram // Pinterest 
-Mistle from Sweet Tea and Hydrangeas // Instagram // Twitter 
-Natasha from Lovely You Blog // Facebook // Twitter // Pinterest // Instagram 
-Deynece & Melissa from Deux Bella // Twitter // Facebook // Instagram // Pinterest 

What You Can Link Up: 
Anything Football Related such as, recipes to make for Game Day, fashion posts that relate to sportswear/Game Day/what to wear to games, memories relating to football, DIY Football Crafts, updates on your kids’ football games, etc. 

Linkup Rules (Guidelines): 
    1. Follow your host and co-hosts in some way
    2. Link up your Thursday Huddle post, NOT your blog URL
    3. Use the hashtag #ThursdayHuddleParty when you share on social media
    4. Grab the button and display it on your blog so others can join the party

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Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Fall Essentials [Fashion]


Although it doesn't feel like it here in Florida, the official start to the Fall season is coming up quick. With the release of Pumpkin Spice Lattes, Frappuchinos, and Munchkins how can you not be excited?! 
Fall is definitely one of my favorite seasons. You’ve got all the fun Halloween activities, (haunted houses, corn mazes, pumpkin patches, costumes, etc.) and not to mention lots of days off from school/work because of Thanksgiving. And everyone’s just in a cuddlier mood, am I right?
-chunky sweaters
-skinny jeans (ripped or not)



Well, I've been doing some digging around the internet to help make your fall wardrobe look cute + totally affordable! (p.s. let’s not forget comfy because that’s definitely an added bonus that comes with fall clothes.)
First off, here are your fall essentials for this season:
-chunky sweaters
-skinny jeans (ripped or not)
-t-shirt dresses-hello comfy
-booties
-plaid anything
-scarves

Here are some of my favorite picks from around the web and bonus, they are all under $30! 






what are your Fall essentials?

Friday, September 9, 2016

August Favorites

Happy September Lovies! 
Today is all about my August Favorites! 


∆  B E A U T Y ∆

L'oreal Voluminous Mascara Primer+Mascara- $8.49// I have always been a big L'oreal fan. I had never used the Voluminous Primer but I am obsessed! 

Maybelline Age Rewind Brightener-$8.99// This is a no brainer. I feel like this is a staple for everyone. On mornings when I am rushed, I rely on this stuff

Revlon Ultra HD Matte Lip Color in Passion-$8.99// I love this color and the formula is flawless

Formula 10.0.6 Three Times Sublime Facial Scrub/Mask-$6.99// holy praise hands for this scrub/mask

∆  F O O D & D R I N K ∆
Food: Hummus and Pretzel Thins 

Drink: Iced Coffee and Red Wine
I have never been a red wine fan however, for some reason I was compelled to buy a bottle this past month and I am in love! 

∆  E X P E R I E N C E ∆
starting my new job. I am so glad I decided to go back to teaching full time. As much as I needed that break, I am so happy that I am back! 

∆  S O N G S ∆
Closer- The Chainsmokers and Halsey
God, Your Mama and Me- Florida Georgia Line
Vinyl- William Micheal Morgan

∆  T V & M O V I E ∆
Bachelor in Paradise

What were you loving in August?

Thursday, September 8, 2016

September Coffee Chat Collab

It's coffee chat time! 

Happy Thursday, loves! Thanks for joining us for another round of coffee chat. 

For this month's installment each of us will be discussing what improvements we have made to our  blogs over time.  coffeechat2

"I've found that what works for me is blogging when I truly want to. This may go against what you read everywhere else about needing to get something out 5x a week, etc. But by blogging when I truly want to and really believing what I'm writing about, it lets my readers know I'm genuine.  If I crank out a post in 5 minutes just to get one out, you'll be able to tell--it's not my best and that's not something I want. So be consistent, but be genuine!"


Cara
"Blogging is such a continual learning process and I’m constantly looking for ways to improve my blog I consider my blog as my own little space of the internet, so since the beginning I’ve really focused on creating a brand and identity that is uniquely my own and lets my personality shine through. For my blog design I chose to go with a bright and white look with hints of pink and green and feminine touches. I’m a huge fan of using Picmonkey to design my blog post images, and I try to always use similar fonts and styles so that my blog maintains a cohesive look. For me though, blogging has always been about engaging with my readers and followers, so I’ve always tried to make my blog super user-friendly. I made sure to install a commenting system that worked well early on, and I recently organized all my blog posts using an index organizer plugin, which I love. It makes it really easy for people to go in and look at the different types of posts on my blog and keeps everything nice and neat. I also recently updated my about me page to better reflect the focus of my blog. I think as bloggers it’s important to realize that we all are constantly learning and improving but at the end of the day it is all about the journey. I’m so thankful for blogging and all of the connections I’ve made throughout the process and look forward to all the fun adventures ahead." 

  Chandler
"Growing my blog has been a long process but I'm so happy with where I am at currently. Everyone grows their blog differently and I've tried everything from sponsor programs, collaborations, giveaways, etc. but the biggest thing that helped me grow my blog was staying consistent. As soon as I picked my niche (which was a process on its own!) I knew I had to commit to it. I did some reader surveys which helped me get an idea of what people wanted to see more/less of and I did those things! Not only did becoming more consistent with my blog content help me grown but being consistent with my social media helped big time. On Twitter I only promote blog posts and day to day happenings and on Instagram I share pictures from posts and daily life with a "theme". 
Getting actively engaged on Instagram and Twitter has also helped immensely! People want to know that you actually see their comments and support and I honestly I love talking to them, so I respond to them. I check out their profiles, like some of their photos as well, and together we build an active community. Checking out popular hashtags I use to see what others are posting is fun and helps us all grow and connect; and knowing when the best time to post for your area and readers is important. These couple of things are a little time consuming but so worth it! Be patient and consistent and even if you don't see big growth you will at least have very loyal, active readers - and that to me is the most important."

Kara
"What a great question! Ever since I turned my blog from hobby to business - about a two years ago - I have made a TON of changes and I'm still learning and growing. I feel like I've talked about this before in my post about What I wish I knew before I started blogging and in my Blogology-101 posts but actually, I have never talked about what exactly I've done to improve. So I'll give a list of the top five things [because I feel like it's been everything lol]. I would say giving my blog a complete 'face lift' was the biggest thing. I took my blog's look from amateur to professional overnight just by changing the overall look. I invested in myself and enrolled in a phenomenal course. Kimra's course taught me SO much but mostly about photo editing, website and content creation, and email marketing. I also started focusing on really speaking to my audience and connecting with them through various social media platforms. Another improvement and one of the biggest ones I made was in my photos. I consumed everything I could learn from Pinterest on how to take better photos, about lighting, editing apps and about cameras. Lastly, I found out that consistency is key! I'm not just talking about posting on the same day(s) every week. I'm talking little details as well. Something as simple as using a "&" sign vs a "+" sign. In all of my posts you will see a "+" sign. It's just what I prefer but my readers would notice if I use an "&" sign here then a "+" sign there. It sounds silly but it makes a difference and my readers feel more comfortable seeing the same things. I also edit ALL of my photos the same way. If you look at my IG you will see a white border around each photo and similar colors throughout. That was something I started doing more recently but it gives a consistent look or theme. I could talk about all of this for days but I'm going to ramble if I carry on so let's just recap quickly: 1) Giving my blog a 'face lift', 2) Investing in myself and taking a great course, 3) Focusing on my readers and building my tribe, 4) Photography is a game changer, and 5) Consistency is key! :) I hope this helps and if anyone has questions please ask below!"


 "When I launched Katelyn Blogs, I did a ton of research and was able to start out self-hosted with a custom domain name. But as much as I knew about website coding, writing, and the behind the scenes stuff, I knew relatively little about design. (And let me tell you, it was obvious!) I used to have a plain black and white logo in a really fancy calligraphy script (That was probably a little too hard to read in retrospect) on a plain white theme. I’ve since learned that color isn’t something to be scared of and can add a ton of personality to your blog. So I added some pretty pops of blush pink here and there in my blogs header and footer, and it has really been working for me! Using color and changing my logo to something more readable have been huge improvements since my early blogging days. The other way I’ve really improved my blog over time is by utilizing Pinterest to promote my posts. I’ve been really stepping up my game in making “pin-worthy” images and it has paid off big time with traffic! But overall, I think that improving your blog should be a continuous effort. There’s always a way we can keep getting better and better, and I can’t wait to see where Katelyn Blogs is a year from now!" 

  Lexi
"Blogging is something that is constantly changing, from algorithims to trends to even styles, there is always something new to learn.  When I first started A Blissful Haven, I was pretty clueless when it came to blogging. I had read a blog pretty religiously (The Hungry Runner Girl) and her style of writing was more of a journal.  So I thought when I started ABH that I would keep it as some sort of a journal.  Starting out, I barely did any research on what it takes to be a blogger, all I knew is that I needed some sort of creative outlet. One day I stumbled upon a post about blogging with tips on being more successful and earning money, that's when everything changed. I decided enough with the everyday journal, my life wasn't that interesting and nobody cared about me going to work, coming home, making dinner, and random shopping hauls. That wasn't interesting. I decided to join Facebook communities and change my writing style (while still having my voice).  Since starting blogging about two years ago, my writing style has changed, I've made income, worked with brands, and I'm currently working on branding." 

  Sami: 
"As someone who is constantly educating and researching topics, overtime i have researched how to monetized my blog, dove into SEO, ensured all of my website creative matched in graphics and theme, and found an effective way of writing style through experience. I do credit my prior experience with PR/COMMUNICATIONS/SOCIAL MEDIA/EDITORIAL for allowing me to advance within my first year of blogging to really catch on and believe that without those fields of knowledge, I would be farther behind. You either understand how to market something orits a learning curve that can take years. I monetized my blog after 5 months of creating the domain and somehow became sponsored by several brands to put me in the category of being a full-time blogger. I learned though, that less is more. One can really get burnt out trying to set goals of "blogging every day". It's not sustainable. After the creation, must come cultivation. If you are creating too often the chances of overlooking recently created blogs, is high. Quality over quantity, my friends. Focus on engagement." 

  Sarah: 
"I feel like the blog world is ever changing and it is hard to always keep up with the newest trends, blog designs, and topics. When I first started blogging, it was solely a hobby I didn't think anyone would read what I was writing. About a month after I started blogging, a pet company contacted me asking if they could send me treats for my little furbabies after posting Instagrams and little blurbs about them here and there. I thought that was pretty cool but I didn't even know that that was a thing. I then started getting involved in various blogger groups and link ups. I was so obsessed with getting a post up and making sure it got promoted properly. But I have since realized that it is so easy to get caught up in the numbers and free stuff that sometimes the actual quality starts to lack. 
I think that overtime the most important thing is to remember WHY I blog. I started as a hobby and that is what I want it to be. I want to use blogging as way to network and meet new bloggers who will become friends. I want to create quality content with high quality pictures. I also think it is important to realize you don't always have to post. This was the best lesson I learned. After taking a few blogging breaks from blogger burn out, I realized that I can only really commit to 2-3 posts a week and that is okay. I need to be able to live life to write about it!"


Meet our two new hosts!
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Hi Loves! I am Sarah. I am a full time teacher by day and the blogger behind Sarah Emily Blogs by night. I am so excited to also be apart of this Coffee Chat Collab with some of my blogger besties. 

I am a 20-something newlywed just trying to figure out this whole wifey thing. On Sarah Emily Blogs, you will find the rantings of my day to day life, beauty and style, travel tips and recipes. I am obsessed with coffee before 5 and a good white wine after then. Be sure to stop by and say hi!

Follow along here: Blog|Instagram|Twitter|Facebook|Snapchat: ssarahhhh14




samicoffeechat
Someone visiting my blog for the first time would gather that it's wellness oriented with a high emphasis on mindful living and safe beauty. They might come there for a gluten free recipe but also discover that I give advice on why a body part might be hurting during working out (exercise science). Overall, it is the science behind all things mindfulness and wellness, very fact-based about creative ways to health in a comprehensive voice anyone could understand. 

I started blogging to feed my passion for journalism. Since I was a young girl I have always been fascinated with journaling thoughts and fiction stories. They were deep and spiritual mainly, even at that young age. The older I got the more into editorial I got but discovered the creativity was taken away by way of several edits from people behind the scenes, putting words in my mouth along with adding words that didn't even sound like something I would say. So I left editorial and created my own self-hosted WordPress blog with team of 2 other girls who helped create content. Now, I do editorial but on my own terms and independently contracted.  Follow Along: Blog | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook


Are you a blogger? If so, how has your writing changed over time?
 Stay tuned next month while we shift our topic to something more fall related! Be sure to check out and follow your hosts!

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

September Currently+Monthly Goals

Happy September lovies! Although it is still hotter than ever in FL, I am SO excited that it is finally September because that means it is finally socially acceptable to start decorating for Fall. But first, another month, another currently and goals post so, here it goes! 

-C U R R E N T L Y-

Reading: blogs on blogs. I have been SO behind on reading my favorites so I am slowly but surely catching up. 

Trying: to eliminate red meat from my diet. It isn't like J and I eat a ton of red meat but on occasion, we will throw burgers or something on the grill. I am trying to replace all red meat with chicken or turkey alternatives. We have been doing chicken burgers recently which have been so yummy-recipe coming soon! 

Hoping: for cooler temps ASAP. this 90 degrees has got to go. 

Decorating: Since August, I have been slowly picking up Fall themed items to add to our decor selection so this weekend I will be breaking all of it out to start making our home as Fall as possible. 

To-Do Listing: boy oh boy in short-literally everything is on my to- do list. for a glimpse, laundry, decorating, blogging, post scheduling, lesson planning, cleaning-it just doesn't ever end 


-M O N T H L Y G O A L S-

∆ workout: at least 3 days a week, I want to start getting up earlier to get in a 45 minute run before getting ready for work 

∆ live in the moment: as a blogger/social media fanatic, I LOVE to get everything on camera however sometimes making sure I get enough "quality" pictures takes some of the fun out of the actual moments. I want to start living more in the moment even if it means it isn't all shared on here. 

∆ blogger friendships: there are at least 4 bloggers that I would DIE to meet in person. These bloggers are ones that I talk to regularly via snapchat or text and am just super close with. I want to keep progressing our friendships and hopefully one day we can be In Real Life friends! 

What are you up to currently??

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

SEBlogs Home [Kitchen+Living Room Tour]


Happy Tuesday Lovies! 

I am so SO excited to finally be sharing bits and pieces of our first home with you. Back in May, John and I closed on our first home together. We have slowly but surly been getting it decorated and set up exactly how we want. Although it is not perfect, it is ready for me to share with you! 

Since we spend so much time in the kitchen, I feel like it is only right for me to start this tour there. Our floor plan is very open so our kitchen and living room are joined. This is perfect for having company over. 

Kitchen Table Nook
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kitchen sign: TJMaxx
mirror: Target (3 years ago)

Coffee Corner
- - - - 
coffee cup: anthropologie

Coffee/Desk Space

Above Cabinet Decor: Hobby Lobby






blanket ladder: local shop

Since we don't have an actual 'man cave' area for John we decided to do our living room in some of his sports memorabilia. We are still working on finding different pieces that capture both our home decor style and the sports teams. 

What is your decor style in your home?

Friday, September 2, 2016

SYBL Swap Box Reveal

Hi Lovies! I am so excited to share with you my #FallForSYBL swap box! If you aren't sure what I am talking about, check out the details here

For this swap, I was paired with Donni from The Palmetto Peaches. Donni and I sent several emails back and forth before gathering and sending off our boxes. It was so much fun getting to know her. The best part about these swaps is finding new blogs/bloggers and realizing how alike you may be. Donni and I are both coffee and white wine lovers, fur mommas, and FSU fans. 

I was so excited when I saw the package from this sweet girl sitting on my doorstep. 

Donni sent me the most perfect gifts and I am totally in love. 
She sent me a desk pad for weekly planning, pumpkin spice coffee-perfect for the fall season, treats for my fur babes, birthday shot glasses in the spirit of my birthday last month, and the most gorgeous coffee up ever! 

I had such a blast getting to know this sweet lady and hope you check her out as well

Thursday, September 1, 2016

Thursday Huddle [Week 1:The 411]

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Are you ready for some football?  It’s that time of year again.  Time to break out your favorite, jersey, munch on some wings, crack open a cold one, cheer for your favorite football team, and spend time with family and friends.  What better way to bring on football season than sharing your favorite things about football with everyone! So I bring you the #ThursdayHuddleParty where everyone can see how you celebrate football!  Be sure to link up every 1st and 3rd Thursday of every month through football season.  I would love to have you and can’t wait to read about your favorite things about football!
  •  Interested in Co-Hosting?  Email Lexi at ablissfulhaven2014@gmail.com
  • If you aren’t getting the email reminders about this link up and would like to, please let me know in the comments or send me an email for that.
Meet Your Hosts: 
-Jasmine from The Jasmine Maria Blog 
-Ashleigh from Trucks and Ruffles 
-Lexi from A Blissful Haven 
-Andrea from Glam Hungry Mom 
-Angie from Chasing My Halo 
-Sarah from Sarah Emily Blogs 
-Mistle from Sweet Tea Hydrangeas 
-Natasha from Lovely You Blog 
-Deynece & Melissa from Deux Bella 

  Get to Know Your Hosts: thursday huddle 1
Jasmine Maria Blog- Jasmine Blog // Twitter // Facebook // Instagram // Pinterest  
Trucks & Ruffles - Ashleigh Blog // Pinterest // Instagram // Twitter 
thursday huddle 5 A Blissful Haven - Lexi Blog // Twitter // Facebook // Instagram // Pinterest 
Glam Hungry Mom - Andrea Blog // Twitter // Facebook // Instagram // Pinterest   thursday huddle 2
Chasing My Halo - Angie Blog // Instagram // Twitter // Pinterest // Facebook
Sarah Emily Blog- Sarah  Blog // Twitter // Facebook // Instagram // Pinterest

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Sweet Tea Hydrangeas - Mistle Blog // Instagram // Twitter
 Lovely You Blog - Natasha Blog // Facebook // Twitter // Pinterest // Instagram

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Deux Bella - Melissa & Deynece Blog // Twitter // Facebook // Instagram // Pinterest
What You Can Link Up: *Anything Football Related such as, recipes to make for Game Day, fashion posts that relate to sportswear/Game Day/what to wear to games, memories relating to football, DIY Football Crafts, updates on your kids’ football games, etc. 

  Linkup Rules (Guidelines):
    1. Follow your host and co-hosts in some way
    2. Link up your Thursday Huddle post, NOT your blog URL
    3. Use the hashtag #ThursdayHuddleParty when you share on social media
    4. Grab the button and display it on your blog so others can join the party


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