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23 November 2015

Monday, My Day

Over the course of my blogging years, I've come to appreciate that everyone deserves a break. After todays' post, I'll be taking some time off from blogging for Thanksgiving. That means you won't find any Black Friday sales or any gift guides this week (although I do hope you plan to shop for Small Business Saturday!). I am spending time visiting with family, being thankful, and gearing up for an incredible holiday season. 

You'll definitely want to schedule your alarm clocks for bright and early on Monday, November 30th, though. I'm bringing you an absolutely adorable styled party featuring some of my favorite brands that you won't want to miss. In the meantime, have an absolutely wonderful Thanksgiving. May your food be plentiful and your pants elastic waisted. See you next week! 

Favorite Links:

Don't forget to get the conversation started this Thanksgiving with Conversation Croissants from me & Pillsbury. And there's a coupon!

I stumbled upon this Atlanta blog and have been totally enamored. Could you live in a tiny house bus?

Hosting Thanksgiving dinner for the first time this year? Make your table shine by using wrapping paper as a table runner! 

So you can't stop thinking about holiday shopping, huh? I totally get it. Here's my favorite gift guide from last year. 

Looking to be more environmentally friendly in your wrapping? Try Lilywrap.   

Favorite Happenings:

This list of things to do in Atlanta this season is literally amazing. I hope to go to at least a few of them! This is on my list for sure. 

BuzziBoutique officially opened last week. It's such a cool home decor store (and take a look at that by line!) 

If you're looking to volunteer, check out this awesome list from Best Self Atlanta (oops, I did it again). 


20 November 2015

Holiday Cards for Clients

This year, I have another set of people to be thankful for during the holidays: my clients and business friends. It has been such a joy starting my own business and gaining new clients friends. This holiday season, I am planning to send each of my clients a holiday card from Hallmark to show how much I appreciate them and their trust in me. 

When I was in college, I worked as an admin assistant at my dad's office and saw tons of holiday gifts come and go to his office. Little tokens of appreciation - chocolates, fruit, gifts, etc. But what I personally loved the most was opening Christmas cards from fellow companies. Even if those cards weren't really "signed," it was the concept of taking a moment to send someone a piece of mail. In a world where email is the main form of correspondence, I love the idea of sitting down and signing a card to send to clients and business partners. 

This year, I am using holiday cards from Hallmark. Their wide selection made choosing fun. I picked up several different boxes before deciding on the brightly colored (sequined!) card. The box came with envelopes & the cheery associate gave me gold crown stickers to apply to each envelope, making it easy to sign each one and pop them in the mail without leaving that unsatisfactory envelope taste in my mouth. 

I'm looking forward to sending a little bit of cheer to my clients this year with the help of Hallmark.

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