Winter Vacation Essentials

I hope all of you are getting prepared to take some time off for the holidays. I sure am. I’m going to take a little hiatus until December 26th. This is the first time in seven years I have ever done this, but I hope you understand and will check back in before the new year! Until then, here are some essentials to pack up for your time away (or home!)


blush // luminizer // pajamas // slippers //  chargers // wine // hot chocolate // suitcase // scarf // gloves // books: Me Before You : The Good House : The Signature of All Things // cookie recipe


  1. Happy Christmas Erin! I hope you have a very peaceful and relaxing Christmas and get to enjoy snuggling up with a good book.

  2. Those phone chargers are great, and one has my initials on it! It’s meant to be! I may just have to stuff my own stocking, and since I’m the mom I can do that! Have a merry one and enjoy your down time!

  3. Merry Christmas! I will miss you while you take a break but am so happy that you are doing it. You are my favorite blog to read and every time you post something new and it pops up in my email, it is the first thing I click on!
    I hope you have a wonderful Christmas !!!

  4. Oh, Me Before You is sooo good. After that I read very other JoJo Moyes book in print. The Girl You Left Behind is not to be missed. Merry Christmas! Enjoy your time off. I feel like you are the girlfriend I check in with everyday, even though I’ve never met you. I hope that’s not too stalkerish. :)

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