20 Crowdsourced Recommendations for Dry, Red Skin

20 Crowdsourced Recommendations for Dry, Red Skin

Winnie recently has had super dry, chapped red skin on her nose, mouth, and cheeks. I  asked my IG community for recommendations and wow, y’all delivered! I received SO many great responses and wanted to compile alllll the recommendations for you! Here are 20 crowdsourced remedies for dry, chapped, red skin for kiddos. TOP RECOMMENDATIONS Tubby Todd All Over Ointment ($20 for 3.5oz size, $36 for 8oz size OR three travel size packs) Aveeno Baby Eczema Therapy Nighttime Moisturizing Body Balm ($18 for 11oz size, $4 for 1oz travel size) UNDER $15 RECOMMENDATIONS Bag Balm Skin Moisturizer ($9 for 4oz) Earth Mama Organic Baby Face Nose & […]

life update – we’re moving!

life update – we’re moving!

Life update! We are moving to Nashville! Cue: all the emotions! ?? So, a little backstory on the move: I lovelovelovelovelove San Francisco, but didn’t ever think SF would be my forever place. When I first moved, I gave myself two years and told myself I would re-evaluate after that. Nope, two years wasn’t enough (not even close) — some of my very best friends had moved here and I met Eric and tons of other friends-turned-family and the city just felt like home. At that point, I always said that leaving San Francisco (when and if I did) would be the hardest decision I’d […]

you are significant with or without a significant other

you are significant with or without a significant other

I read this article from my favorite Shauna Niequist and immediately said YES. This was exactly what I needed to read. The article was filled with so many very important reminders that you are loved and of value, regardless of if you are single, dating or married. This is definitely something that hits home to me. While I’m dating now, I often felt “less than” compared to my friends with boyfriends. And now, I’m bombarded with wedding updates on Facebook and it often makes me question where I’m at in life. And that’s just silly. The blog post was an important reminder to accept, embrace […]

advice for millennials

advice for millennials

Happy Tuesday! This week has been off to an interesting start and I’m feeling a bit overwhelmed already. I’m reminding myself to take lots of deep breaths, step away from my computer and remember what really matters and what I’m thankful for. I wanted to share yet another awesome RELEVANT Magazine article that shares 11 pieces of advice for millennials – but I think the advice applies to just about everyone. Hope you have a lovely day! xo No one ever “arrives,” so enjoy where you are right now Don’t let ambition and contentment become mutually exclusive qualities. Sure, you may want to end up […]

Defining Success

A little over a year ago, I asked some people I look up to and am inspired by to share their definition of success {here and here}. As a follow-up, I shared what success means to me and how I define it personally in my own life. In the post, I shared how my definition of success changed during that specific season of life and how I needed to remember that what success looks t0 me often looks very different to other people. And that is perfectly okay. In the post, I wrote: “Previously, I never really took much time to think about success – […]

habits of happy people

I shared this article last week on Facebook and Twitter, but knew it was right up the Polish My Crown alley. The Huffington Post article shares 21 habits of happy people and statistics and studies behind the statements. I included the habits and shortened blurbs of the statistics and info below, but definitely read the full article here. Happy Monday! 1. They surround themselves with other happy people. Those surrounded by happy people “are more likely to become happy in the future.” That’s enough reason to dump the Debbie Downers and spend more time with uplifting people. 2. They smile when they mean it. Even if […]