Hope everyone is having an amazing Memorial Day Weekend! I spent the first half of it in Chicago with friends, and now I’m down at Lake Bloomington with Mitch’s family. :) I’ll check back in tomorrow, but for now, here are a ton of amazing sales going on!
LOFT: Extra 60 percent off sale styles with code “FLASH.” (Regular-priced products are 40 percent off, and earn two $25 LOFT cash cards for every $50 you spend.)
Brooks Brothers: Select products on sale, and polos and shorts are two for $99.
Gap: 40 percent off your purchase with code “MONDAY.”
Lord & Taylor: Take an extra 20 percent off sale and clearance products with code “MEMORIAL.” You can also take 30 percent off almost all dresses, 25 percent off swimwear and coverups, and 20 to 25 percent off shoes.
Anthropologie: 20 percent off sale styles with code “GONEFISHING.”
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One of the many reasons I love blogging so much is because it’s brought about a ton of amazing experiences and opportunities. I feel blessed that my life has been so significantly enriched by what started as a fun hobby, and I’m truly grateful that the projects I get to work on are fun and enjoyable. (Often, they don’t even feel like work!) Of course, there are stressors that come along with any job. But this is the first time in a long time that I go to bed smiling and wake up smiling. It’s been a good 10 months. :)
If you haven’t heard already, Nordstrom’s Half-Yearly Sale is on! From now until May 31st, you can save up to 40 percent some really great products in the women’s, men’s, and kids‘ departments. (Stuff that normally doesn’t go on sale.)
Let’s start this out by admitting that yes, I need to invest in some self-tanner. I’ve never really care about my vampire-white skin before, but it seems particularly bright this year. And while I haven’t started sparkling in sunlight yet, I know it’s only a matter of time. ;) Any recommendations for an extremely fair Irish girl who’s never used the stuff before?
When we first got Noodle back in August, she was much too young to visit the dog-friendly area of Montrose Beach. (Remember this? And this?!) She could barely run around the backyard for five minutes without exhausting herself and falling asleep, and her vaccinations weren’t completed until the very end of October–by which time Chicago was freezing. (Or freezing in Noodle’s eyes, at least.) And then, when warm weather finally arrived in the city, there was an outbreak of the “dog flu.”