Coffee Chat No. 14 | Links I Love

Hey! How the hell are ya?! I’m coming off a stay-cation that we had at home last week, so it’s always a little touch and go trying to get back into a routine. Especially when we’re only two weeks out from our actual vacation. But, hey – can’t complain about that! Today’s coffee chat is a roundup of some recent links I love – hopefully there’s something in here to help inspire you and start your week off right. Let’s get to it. Enjoy!

Coffee Chat No. 9
My all-time favorite book turned 150 years old!

Some good ideas and ways to help animals and shelters affected by Hurricane Florence.

Easy ways to add touches of fall around the home.

Eggplant Parmesan is one of my favorite meals, so I’m all for a lighter, healthier option.

The cutest DIY fall wreath. I made my own version for our front door using white pumpkins – I’m definitely not a fan of wreath making, but it turned out pretty cute!

I’m about as #basic as it gets when it comes to anything pumpkin spice, so I can’t wait to make this slow cooker dump cake.

Really helpful outfit guide for fall family photos.

Keeping it short and sweet this Monday morning! Thanks for checking in today – I’ll see you back here later in the week!

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  1. 1.28.19

    Such a great round up! Love the recipes and happy fall!

  2. 1.28.19
    Caroline said:

    That wreath is pretty! I made my fall wreath like six years ago and it’s still going strong haha. They are pretty easy to make and sometimes its cheaper than buying one. I hope that you had a nice weekend too. 🙂

    • 1.28.19

      Definitely! I just don’t have the patience for it, so that’ll be the last one I make for a while. 🙂

  3. 1.28.19
    Debra Stachelski said:

    Hard to believe Little Women is 150 years old and amazing that the story still endures! I’m just starting to get ready for Fall, I’ll let you know how it goes – love the wreath you made!

  4. 1.28.19
    Biana Perez said:

    I was thinking of getting a fall wreath but I like the DIY better! xo, Biana –BlovedBoston