November Out Like A Lion #December In Like a Bell

“When one door closes, another opens; but we often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door that we do not see the one which has opened for us.” Alexander Graham Bell.


I started November in NY as I watched my brother run the NY Marathon, and ended the month in NC where I was on vacation for the Thanksgiving holidays with my husband’s family. Lots of traveling, so I shared my Travel Kit and Bag for a Weekender {Fall In NY}.

Travel Gear Fall in NY

For once, I’m ready for the upcoming holidays and the buying of presents. Check out my handy-dandy Gift Guide for The Husband and Gift Guide for Pre-Teen Boys {No Electronics Allowed}

Holiday Gift Guidde


Reading List

I read quite a bit this month, and shared 5 Young Adult Book Characters I Have A Love-Hate Relationship With and #ReadThis … 5 Books With Plot Twists & Endings That I Didn’t See Coming … I tend to be clueless until the end with most books.

{Digital Lifehacks}

I shared a peak into my Work Carry {The Fall Edition} and showed how I use apps daily in #AppLife {The Late Fall Indian Summer Edition}. One of my favorite #digitallifehacks for saving the contacts for my professional network is to Use Evernote to Save Business Cards.
App LifeMy process for keeping on track with blog posts and streamlining ideas is fairly simple – How To Use Evernote As A Blogging Editorial Calendar.

{Looking Forward to December}

My birthday 💓 Christmas Music – All Day Every Day 💓 #AMonthofFaves December {Blog Event}

A Month of Faves

What are you most looking forward to in December?




// Comments //

  1. Beth F

    Dec 02

    I always love my birthday month too (mine’s not December). Looking forward to spending time with friends and family.

  2. Akilah

    Nov 30

    I, too, am looking forward to A Month of Faves. And Christmas!!!! I love Christmas time. Yay December!