I am mid 30’s mom living in Connecticut with my husband and two little boys. I work part-time as a nurse practitioner. I am gaining wrinkles by the day, fighting the urge to overindulge in carbs, and when my youngest son was 2 months old I sent my husband to rehab for a heroin addiction. Life through the lens of social media can appear perfect, but I try to caption my photos with the relatable hiccups of everyday life.
I love to interact with those of you kind enough to follow along. On Facebook and Instagram I’m asking for as much advice as I’m sharing. Hopefully we can band together and figure out how to look cute and stay sane together. Connecting with so many of you during the sometimes isolated days of motherghood has been one of the great gifts of starting this blog. I hope that through humor and real talk (apparently I appalled my husband when I mentioned chin hairs) you will join along as I poke fun at my everyday mom life.
ABOUT PINTERESTING PLANS
I started my blog with ZERO knowledge of photography or website development so this continues to be a huge learning curve for me. Initially when I started blogging (December 2015), I was sharing a lot of DIY projects I was working on in my home and healthy recipes I was trying to get my kids to eat. That’s when I came up with using Pinterest in my blog’s name. In April 2016 I started sharing pictures of what I was wearing and that has taken over most of my Instagram at this point.
As an everyday gal I share things I find interesting, inspiring, and within my budget. If you’re looking for award winning photography (my husband kindly plays paparazzi with me) or high-end designer items I’m probably not what you’re looking for. If you want to share in everyday humor and style I’d love to have you follow along with me by subscribing to my weekly newsletter. I try to offer occasional giveaways to my subscribers as a show of my appreciation.
In 2017 I’m trying to get back to sharing some HOME content as well as increase my charitable giving. I am so blessed with a bursting closet and to give back I have an ongoing charity closet sale as well as a #GIVINGTUESDAY series on Instagram that showcases brands that are giving back. If you have more ways I can use any of my social reach in that manner – please, do share!! Off the shoulder tops will go out of style, but being kind and funny will not.
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