Mackenzie Childs Barn Sale 🏠

For those of you who are as home decor obsessed as I have been lately I am alllll about the home sales. Mackenzie Childs has some of the cutest stuff for your home! I love the Courtly Check pattern so much!

I have had my eye on the tea kettle for so long and finally ordered! These items are not cheap but you can’t beat the quality. Every single item is hand made and painted. I linked up some of my top picks for your guys!

#NSALE 2020 Preview ‼️

I normally don’t make a huge deal for sales other then black Friday throughout the year- but the #NSALE is probably my favorite sale of the entire year! You get access to NEW items at majorly discounted prices. The Nordstrom Anniversary sale will be running from August 4th (for select cardmembers) through August 30th. I included the sale start dates depending on what level you are at Nordstorms. I went through the thousands of items included in the sale and picked some favorites. Keep in mind that these items are not available until the sale starts! These items will sell out FAST. So I suggest adding your favorite items to your wish list and shopping ASAP when the sale starts!

1.) Slip Hair Ties (these are the best!!) 2.) Oribe Duo | 3.) T3 Mico Curling Iron (only one I use!) | 4.) Good Genes (this stuff is GOLD but expensive) |5.) Charlotte Tilbury Lip Kit | 6.) Ouai Hair products

Nutella & Almond Milk Fudge Pops🍦

I remember growing up I used to LOVE when my mom and grandma would make homemade ice pops on a hot summer day. They used to put whatever juice was in the fridge in ice pop trays and my siblings and I would literally go crazy over them. Such a simple thing! I wanted to create some yummy ice pops since its been so hot out here. I wanted something a little sweet though and these came out perfect!

Ingredients:

1/2 Cup Nutella (or any chocolate hazelnut spread)

1 1/2 Cup Chocolate Almond Milk

( you can also add in a little greek yogurt to get some added protein!)

Directions:

Take the half cup of nutella and put in a mixing bowl. Then slowly whisk in the chocolate almond milk. Pour into silicone ice pop trays (I find these work the best) The recipe yields about 4-5 ice pops so I usually will double the recipe to make some extra!