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I was FINALLY able to take some time off this month! It was the first real time off I have had from both jobs all year. It was so relaxing to unplug for a bit, not have to get ready every day and just spend some quality time with my people. We ventured to Disney World for the first time with Max. He loved every minute of it!
Below is a roundup of some of my favorite things for September. Be sure to head over to my Instagram Post and share what you have enjoyed this month.
I am always interested in learning about new things!
Previous to this, I was a case and PopSocket kind of gal, but I LOVE my loopy case. I find it especially helpful when I have a ton of things in my hands and I can just loop it over my finger. I never have to worry about dropping my phone or the things I am carrying!
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2. Mules – I have had my eyes on a pair of mules for the past year or so. Honestly, I have a hard time spending a ton of money on shoes because at the end of the day, I am wearing them into bathrooms. 🤷🏻♀️
With that in mind, a pair from Target seemed like a much better option than the iconic Gucci pair. These shoes have over 173 reviews and almost five stars on Target’s website!
This is by far my favorite review:
3. Leopard Print Shell Hoop Earrings – Snagged these when they were on lightening sale and have been wearing them ever since! They are light weight and perfect for year-round wear!
If you follow me on Instagram, you might have noticed me wearing these, or my other tortoise shell pair!
4. Pajama’s from Nordstrom – Most days after 7:00 pm, these pajamas are my uniform. They are THE BEST. They are so comfortable that I threw out all my other pajama’s and only wear these now. I have them in three different patterns. They are buttery soft and light weight; truly the thing dreams are made of. The price point may seem steep, $65 for one pair, but I promise you, you’ll be glad you made the investment and will never need another pair. Trust me! I am a sleep consultant! 😉
5. Sleep – Sleep is my jam; you all know that!
The best way to avoid the feed-to-sleep association that typically starts when your little one is a newborn is to always feed at the beginning of the bedtime routine. Have some space between that night feed and the time you put your little one down to sleep.
After six to eight weeks, start the practice of feeding upon waking from naps. The feed-to-sleep association is the hardest one to break! If you separate the association from the beginning, the easier it will be long term!