Happy Friday! This week has flown by! Yesterday, I didn’t even realize it was Thursday and I almost didn’t get to writing this Friday Favorites post. It would have been okay to skip a week but I think I’ve only missed 3 or 4 Friday Favorites in the last 3 1/2 years, so I do try to show up each week. Anyway, I hope you have had a good week. Today, I am sharing a few Friday Favorites in home, style and family.

Stitch Fix March 2021 Review

Earlier this week, I shared my latest Stitch Fix. It had been several months since I got a Stitch Fix order so I was excited to try some new things! You can head over HERE to read the full review.

Stitch Fix Review March 2021 #spring #outfits #unboxing

One of my favorite items I got in my box was a mint cardigan and I have been wearing it a lot as the weather has been so nice here! Next week, I will be sharing a Trendsend Evereve Clothing box that was packed with even more fun outfits for the spring. Now, I am really set on spring and summer clothing.

Shopping with Mom

I think my biggest favorite of the week was celebrating my mom’s birthday with her. It has been a year since we have gotten to have lunch out together and spend the day shopping.

I was not really on the hunt for new clothing with my latest clothing boxes,. But, I did help my mom pick out a few things including this really pretty leopard print wrap!   It is the perfect wrap length for shorter or petite women. My mom did not think she could wear a kimono because she is petite, but this one is really a perfect fit.

Plus, I came home with a new picture for our dining room mantle. I love the blue it brings to the room and it is perfect for spring. Help me decide on something though. I have been considering painting the brick on our mantle for a few years and I just haven’t made the move.

I like the vintage look of the mantle as it is one of the original elements still left in our home. But, I do not love the red brick. Do you think I should paint the brick white?

Spring Mantle Decor Coastal

Easter Gift Ideas

Are you all ready for Easter? I keep finding little things to add to my kids’ Easter Basket. I finally had to take everything out that I have bought for them for Easter and assess what I had. Of course, I need to make sure each Easter basket looks “equal”. Do you do that with your kids’ gifts too?

If you are still on the hunt for Easter basket ideas, I’ve got a few ideas for you:

Tween/Teen Boy Easter Basket Ideas

Tween/Teen Girl Easter Basket Ideas

I think I am just about done shopping for Easter. But I will probably add one or two more things before next week:)

Easter Chocolate Giveaway

Speaking of Easter, I have an awesome Instagram Giveaway right now! I have partnered with Zuzu Chocolates to giveaway a Easter Treat Box! We received on of these treat boxes and our entire family has been LOVING all the chocolate. It is so hard to resist homemade chocolate. This would be the perfect dessert for an Easter brunch!

Zuzu Chocolates is a Cleveland based company but they do ship all over the US. So, you do not need to be local to win! I got a chance to meet with the owner and she was so sweet. Zuzu’s Chocolates donates a portion of their sales to the Alzheimer’s Association because it is a cause near and dear to their hearts. The owner’s mom is Zuzu and she has Alzheimer’s. We also got personalized Easter Candy Bars. Such a fun treat for the Easter Basket! You can get these Easter treats shipped to your home if you order by Monday, March 29th.

Zuzu's Chocolates Cleveland Ohio

Enter the giveaway HERE!


  1. Holly Breton @ Pink Lady on March 26, 2021 at 7:14 am

    Love that you were able to spend time with your Mom this week- looked like so much fun. I am SO ENTERING that giveaway- the chocolates look amazing 🙂

  2. notinjersey on March 26, 2021 at 9:03 am

    That chocolate looks amazing!

  3. Lauren Becker on March 26, 2021 at 9:35 pm

    I definitely entered the giveaway. That chocolate looks amazing. My mom and I both worked on my nieces and nephew’s Easter baskets this year, but yes, we do try and keep it as equal as we can. This is especially true for the oldest kids because they’re a little over a year apart, so it’s kind of like dealing with twins.


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