Fall is always such a magical time of year IMO. It always feels like magic is in the air as the holidays are about to kick off and the humidity finally starts to die down a little in Florida! Today I am sharing my favorite fall inspired date night ideas (which totally work for friend date nights too!) that you can do on any budget!
I remember the first time I met my fiancé... It was an October night in Florida, I was 22 years old, and had just finished my waitressing shift, changed in the bathroom, and headed over to a friends pool party. I remember not knowing a lot of people there, and kind of just sitting on the sidelines watching. We maybe said one word to each other, if that, and I forgot about him the next day.
When you've been with someone a while, people like to give you advice and forewarn you about the "realities" of married life. It's honestly really sweet and I appreciate people passing on good tidbits about how to handle finances, how to navigate serious arguments and how to plan for the future, but at the same time, it's incredibly misleading. Just as much as you'll hear lots of good things about marriage and tons of wishes for good luck... you'll also hear negative things. In fact, I can think of 6 things people told be about marriage that didn't turn out to be true...
So you may know about my recent obsession with Bumble BFF, if you don't read about it here.
Well last week one of my matches invited me on a group date with some other Bumble BFF's. She actually invited me and another one of my friends on the app, who ended up bailing and deleting her account (#LifeofanIntrovert):
Does the idea of Netflix, yoga pants/basketball shorts, and delivery sound all too familiar and awesome at the same time for date night? If anyone knows how to keep things interesting, while also staying on budget, it’s us. Keeping your relationship sparkly when you’re broke might take a little more effort but there are plenty of creative ways to make it happen and make it fun.
How to not ruin you friendships with your bridesmaids. Is something I think all brides wonder about or secretly fear. Have you had a great experience as a bridesmaid? What made it so great? What about a no so great experience? What do you wish would've happened? Based on conversations with her, research, and my own experience, here are my 5 tips for staying besties after the wedding with your bridesmaids.
You might remember Mr. & Mrs. Adventure from this vlog interview I did with them. Here is Mrs. Adventure sharing about their budget friendly wedding tips!
The year before our wedding we lived in a van because we wanted to travel… the year after our wedding we knew we still wanted to live in a van because we loved the lifestyle, but we were now moving abroad to travel… So how were we going to manage throwing a “Mr and Mrs Adventure worthy” Wedding without burning through the funds we needed to build our bright and bold future together? Very carefully, that’s how.
Here are 9 tips you can follow to help plan a budget-friendly wedding that will exceed your WILDEST dreams!
The number one struggle couples have during wedding planning? Keeping the wedding budget in check. There are so many logistics involved and decisions to be made that it’s no wonder people get a bit stressed out while planning their big day. My best advice for avoiding a breakdown and going over budget? Get clear on your priorities and your numbers! Before you even start spending a penny, you have to ask yourself a few important questions first...
Apparently it's a pretty common stereotype that there are "issues" or something when a couple has a long engagement. A long engagement being defined as anything longer than a year (year and a half max.). We have had many people ask us "are you guys still even getting married?" or "is everything okay with you guys?" How rude...
Ever since Tinder and Bumble launched, I’ve been in a relationship… so while I understand the concept of these apps, they’ve always been a bit foreign and out of reach for me. Then I saw that Bumble released its BFF feature!