Fall = Pumpkin Patch fun!
By far one of my favorite traditions that Jesse and I have is going to the local pumpkin patch and picking out the perfect pumpkin to decorate for the season. The local patch we go to is called Flamingo Road Nursery & Farmer’s Market (in south FL) and it’s such a cute little area with a ton of land and a bunch of pumpkins to choose from.
I especially love that they have a smaller little pumpkin patch area for the kids with baby pumpkins in it. The little pumpkin patch is also filled with hay and decorated like a fall fantasy which makes this the perfect place to snap a couple of cute pictures. Which of course, I did! 😆
I also love that this little patch has it’s own farmer’s market, where they sell all the food they grow there and they make some of the most incredible desserts and breads there too. Heavenly delicious!
Hello again, and welcome to “YouTube Tuesday”!
I decided to start planning out my blog post schedule in a way that would be easy and predictable for my readers. I’m a huge scheduler/planner (I love with writing in my planner) so it just made sense that I should plan my posts out too.
So, from here on out you can plan on every Tuesday there being a new YouTube video upload to my channel, which I’ll link here for you. Don’t forget to subscribe to get notified when a new video is up!
This hairstyle I designed is super easy and will last all day without having to redo/fix your hair (which to me is the biggest MUST for a hairstyle!) I mean come on, a girl doesn’t have time to do her hair twice in a day, am I right!? 😜
Alright and now, for my first “YouTube Tuesday” video I will be posting my favorite Game of Thrones/ Vikings inspired braid hair tutorial for you guys! I came up with this idea just randomly one day when I was getting ready (like most of my hairstyles) and thought I would share it will all of you!
Hope you guys enjoy!
You can check out my first tutorial ever HERE, for how to get the perfect curls in under 10 mins!
Talk to you guys soon! 💋
Hey everyone! So I’m super excited for this post because this is something I have been wanting to dive into and talk about since the beginning.
The reason I decided I wanted to start a blog was because one day my husband and I were sitting on the couch after we had just gotten back from a vacation and I said “let’s see all the pictures we took”. We pulled out our phones and combined between the 2 of us we had only taken 10 pictures! 10!? A whole vacation and we only took 10 pictures!? I could have sworn in my head we took more but there was the proof right in front of us. I was so bummed because we did so many great activities and I planned out all my outfits, and what did I have to look back and remember it by? Nada. I decided right then I wanted to create something that can be like a memory bank for us. For all our travels, our amazing moments in life that I want to cherish, and just fun silly everyday stuff. I wanted to make myself accountable for documenting our memories so that we had something to look back on later in life and reminisce. THAT’s why I started this blog, that and because I’ve always loved writing and find it to be such a great creative release.
Here it is, the final post in the Fall Series…FOOD!
Can’t celebrate Fall without all the amazing recipes that are out there. This is a list of some of my favorite recipes that I make every Fall season. All of these can be found on my Pinterest (AKA the best electronic cook book ever).
Hair tutorial time!
Hey guys so this is officially my very first hair tutorial. I’m so excited to start this venture and start showing you guys how I create all my braided hairstyles. I decided to start with my everyday look so you guys could see how I get my curls that are in most my pictures. I came up with this easy 10 min style after I got fed up with curling my hair last year. It used to take me an hour from blow-dry to finished curls to do my hair, which is crazy! So, I knew there had to be a better, faster way to get those beautiful loose curls. So, without further ado, here is my first hair tutorial (featuring Samuel L. Catson lol)
Check out the tutorial below and don’t forget to subscribe to my Youtube channel to get updates when I post new videos!
Check it out and stay tuned for more awesome hair tutorials!
Up next in the Fall Series is, you guessed it, make-up!
For Fall I love switching up my make-up routine and going with richer and warm colors that reflect the season. These richer tones are my favorite to wear every Fall season. My make-up color palette normally consists of pale pinks and neutrals, so this is always a fun time of year to switch things up and embrace my darker side.
Hey Ya’ll! Ok so if you follow me on Instagram (@chelsbliss), you may have seen my insta-stories about the DIY facemask that I make for my skin. In the insta-stories I put up a poll to see if you guys wanted the recipe and well, it was a unanimous 100% yes! Yay!!! So, without further ado, here is my go-to DIY facemask for clear skin.
If you’ve seen my other posts then you probably already know I try to only use organic/natural products on my skin, since my skin is super sensitive. This is a recipe I came up with that I started using when I had a really bad reaction to a new foundation I used and it cleared my skin up in a week. Bonus it’s only TWO ingredients! That’s right, only 2. And they are…..Drum roll please…….