November Plan With Me | LV PM Agenda | Simple & Practical

Today I am sharing how I plan in my pocket sized agenda. My planning style is very simple and direct, which works for my lifestyle. While I like looking at other’s more creative and intricate planners, that’s not a planning method that is sustainable for me. I hope that you are able to take something away from the way I plan!





What’s In My Baby’s Hospital Bag


In this video I take you through the contents of my baby’s hospital bag and the essentials I think he will need during his hospital stay and his first trip home. I hope that this is able to help you decide what to bring for your little one. I know the options are endless but I had a lot of fun deciding what to bring for him. Like my hospital bag video here, I tried to keep it to the necessities and I’ve linked below what I could find online:

Links to products mentioned:

Longchamp Le Pliage Large Tote (Beige):

Gerber Prefold Diapers:

Water Wipes:

Babyganics Hand Sanitizing Wipes

Newborn Size Diapers:

Pacifier Case:

Phillips Aventi Pacifier:

Pacifier Clip:

Burt’s Bees Baby Mittens:

Burt’s Bees Baby Bodysuit and Footed Pant Set:

Carter’s 4 Piece Baby Soft Take-Me-Home Set:’s%7COshKosh%2BB’gosh%7CSkip%2BHop&page=1&start=1

Burt’s Bees Matlasse Baby Kimono:


How I Stopped Shopping

I used to have a problem with purses.

I still absolutely love them and imagine that I always will, but at my worst, I was acquiring a new purse every month, feeling overwhelmed and guilty, and when I wasn’t spending every minute checking the delivery status of my online order, I was researching my next purchase. Continue reading “How I Stopped Shopping”

Purse Rehab: Balenciaga Work Bag

There’s very few things in the world I love more than purses.

Anyone who knows me knows that I have a full obsession with them. Despite my insatiable love for them, I don’t love the prices that come from buying them at retail. It is always much more satisfying to Continue reading “Purse Rehab: Balenciaga Work Bag”

Minimalist Maintenance: Jewelry

The second part of this series is dedicated to cleaning out my jewelry and keeping only those pieces that I love to wear. I was determined to give away anything that I didn’t wear or had lukewarm feeling about, so I actually ended up donating about 80% of my necklaces, bracelets, and earrings. Continue reading “Minimalist Maintenance: Jewelry”