Happy Weekend!

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Hello loves — hope you all had stress-free weeks and have exciting weekend plans ahead of you, even if that excitement is in couch form. What are you all up to? Christa and I are both moving out of our current apartments in the near future, so we’ll likely each be doing lots and cleaning and packing, which can be refreshing, especially in early spring — cheers to fresh starts!

cct // Beautiful flower wall hangings that play on animal head trophies

rkv // Eating seasonally is one of my favorite ways to feel strong and healthy, so I was amped to see these detox recipes for spring

cct // Are you or someone you know colorblind? As someone who relies on color every day, this Valspar project is so touching! (hint – just go to the last page and watch the video!)

rkv // A chart for removing any stain, ever

cct // Curtis & I are moving May 1st (yay!) and Cupcake & Cashmere’s 10 House Rules are pretty great!

rkv // We bloggers sure do love us some Trader Joe’s

cct // I love finding new books to read! These all sound promising! Do you have any to recommend?

rkv // Just your average breakfast cereal fan-art

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Stoked on Spring

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Happy Monday, friends! Although Friday was the official first day of spring, it sure didn’t feel like it! The snow in Hartford continued into Saturday morning but lucky melted by the afternoon. Fingers crossed that we’re finally onto bigger and better things — like flowers, green grass and warmth! Now that spring has finally sprung – here’s what we’re excited about for this season…

Cleaning // 30 ways to freshen every room for spring

Food // Seasonal foods for March

Health // Although spring can mean a many wondrous thing, it can also mean extreme allergies — here’s some tips for how to alleviate them!

Fashion // Some spring buys for our fellow frugals

Beauty // Vogue & Fashion Week’s Beauty Guide for 2015

Travel // National Geographic’s “Best Spring Trips 2015” 

DIY // 43 Cheerful & fun spring DIYs

Read // Now that its brighter longer, stay up a little later reading! This March reading list looks promising!