Simplyfiy & Savor the Season guest post and giveaway

Simplify and SavorReady for the holidays? Would you like to be?

This year, organize and re-energize with Simplify & Savor the Season, a three-part holiday planner to help you savor the celebrations!

First, get ready by brainstorming what’s needed for each of the Big Four—Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s.

Then detail the to-dos, including menu and gift planning, with quick tips on how to lose the unnecessary and focus on the essential. Keep all your notes in this book or its workbook companion, Simplify & Savor Take-along.

After organizing, sit back and enjoy the season with “5 Holiday Juicers”—tips that teach how to keep life joyful, not stressful.

Then curl up and relax with “Savory Suggestions, Snippets, and Stories,” a collection of laugh-out-loud anecdotes including “How the Real Halloween Fright Happened the Next Day,” “Thankful for Warbling,” and “Let Go of the Cookie-Cutter Christmas.”

Make your holiday celebrations meaningful and memorable as you Simplify & Savor the Season!

  • Join Connie for her first “Virtual Book Club”. Do you want to work personally with Connie to set goals, get feedback and read her book together? Email Connie and put BOOK CLUB in your message. She will be choosing 8 women to participate.
  • Don’t want to wait for the giveaway? Purchase your copy of “Simplify and Savor the Season” right now. Click here.
  • Purchase “Simplify and Savor the Season” any time during the month of October and receive a FREE Simplify and Savor Planner. The perfect way to keep your holidays on track.

The giveaway is for ONE copy of Simplify and Savor as well as the Simplify and Savor Planner. Enter using the form below, good luck!

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Getting Halloween ready.

It’s hard to believe we are almost half way through October! When did time speed up?

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Baby received this adorable bee costume (read more here) and I just wanted to share it with you. I mean really! That skirt? Too cute.

I have slowly been getting our house decorated and will share this year’s decorations very soon.

Are you ready for Halloween yet?

12 Days of Christmas with Six Sister’s Stuff and a giveaway

Oh friends, I know. I am totally breaking my own rule and posting something about Christmas before Halloween or Thanksgiving. I hope you will forgive me though, because what I am sharing today is awesome, and it could just make your holiday a lot more fun!

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12 Days of Christmas With Six Sisters’ Stuff: Recipes, Traditions, Homemade Gifts, and So Much More is packed full of fun ideas for gift giving, creating traditions, party ideas, quick and easy meals, and more!

As with all recipe books (though this is more than just recipes) I always want full color photos. Luckily this book is jam packed with them! Not only are there full-color photographs and easy-to-follow instructions, but all the food looks so delicious I think I gained weight just flipping through the book!

Something in the book that I found to be very sweet (honey stop reading right here please), is the 12 days of Christmas for Your True Love. This short little section got my attention! How often are we overly busy during the holiday season, preparing gifts and treats for family and friends, but forget the one who is on the top of the list? I really loved that there was a section full of easy ideas to make your spouse feel extra special during the holidays.

I was eager to try something from the book, but since a great many things are Christmas themed, I picked a recipe that I figured would work any time of the year (most of them will actually). It was delicious! Since I adore breakfast foods, the Brunch Enchiladas were the perfect thing to try out. They were a hit in this house, and are sure to be a favorite if taken to a brunch!

OK, enough talking about it, would you like a chance to win a signed copy? Enter below:

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Disclosure: I was provided a copy of the book in exchange for my review.

Halloween table.

Halloween is just around the corner. Certain Halloween decorations have been creeping into the house even though it’s a bit early still. I just can’t resist!

I saw this adorable Halloween table setting at Tai Pan Trading the other day. I usually set our dining room table for Halloween, even though we don’t actually dine on it for this holiday.

halloweentableThere are some ideas that I want to try for our table this year. I’m kind of in love with the creepy witches, and the large lantern in the middle. Normally we put a haunted house in the middle of our table, perhaps it shall be switched out this year!

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