Hey beauties. Can you believe Thanksgiving is tomorrow? Whew, this year went pretty fast!
And no thanksgiving meal is complete without cranberry sauce. Or in this case, Orange Cranberry Compote. I’ll admit, growing up we had the canned jelly stuff that just flopped on the plate. And I actually enjoyed it, EWW! I assumed that was the only way to have it. As an adult I still can’t believe we actually served that mess. My aunties will say it was just for convenience, but I’m not sure I believe that. This dish can literally be made in minutes and it tastes so much better.
So that you don’t leave out the forgotten star this Thanksgiving, here’s a quick recipe for you beauties!
So I am trying this new thing that requires me to get all cute and glammed up and then go outside in the cold to take pictures. Even though it was 50 degrees in New York on Sunday, the hawk was out. So what was supposed to be an #OOTD post has now turned into a post about my favorite winter coat. #KanyeShrug
(Bare with me as I figure out if taking pictures outside in the cold this winter is really worth it OR if I should wait until Spring time to be a style blogger, HA!)
Thanksgiving is one of the best holidays of the year. It’s the time you gather around your family and best friends for one common goal — eating! Oh, and to be thankful, of course. Here are some thoughts you have if you ever host Thanksgiving at your place.
There’s very few times I can remember getting excited about clothes that require me to put on nude itchy stockings and uncomfortable cute strappy heels. But today…was different!
When I saw this new holiday collection from Rum & Coke on my blogger boo’s site (TheCurvyFashionista), I knew I had to not only share with you but smack myself in the forehead for not knowing that this plus size label existed.
Back in 2011, I chopped all my hair off to go natural. Since then my hair has been healthier than it’s ever been. But naturally curly hair, just isn’t my thing. If you happen to a natural hair nazi you can click off my blog now.