This week, I shipped off a huge package of clothing that no longer fits (because it’s all too big! woohoo!) to ThredUp. Once they sort everything, I can either choose to cash out or collect store credit. It feels good to clean out a huge chunk of my closet, especially now that I’ve gotten my first Stitch Fix!
Want to try Stitch Fix for yourself? Create your style profile, wait for your box to arrive on your doorstep, try it all on in the comfort of your home, use the design card for tips on how to wear each piece, pay for what you want (25% off if you buy all 5 items!), and return what you don’t want in the postage-paid return bag! The styling fee is $20, but that comes back to you in a $20 credit with your first purchase! Refer a friend and get $25 in Stitch Fix credit! (I’m not compensated for my reviews, but I do get an awesome $25 in credit each time I refer a friend!)
Today my son’s school is having its Fall party and costume parade! He is all ready in his kangaroo costume! Just gotta take it off to ride in the carseat! He turns 15 months this week. 🙂
This past weekend was an “easy” run. (It’s all relative at this point in marathon training). Since it was gorgeous, my husband played with our son so that I could actually run outside instead of on our treadmill. Knowing my route would finish in front of a pharmacy, I made a deal with myself that I would pick out a reward if I completed the 4 miles. I love, love reading as many 5 on Friday posts as I can, and it seems like everyone raves about Essie nail polish. The store didn’t carry the hue I wanted (Cocktail Bling), but I was just as happy to treat myself to “Mint Candy Apple.” I also made a wish list of other colors: Tart Deco, Smokin Hot (if I’m bold enough!), Good as Gold. I had a coupon on my phone that made my polish 50% off. I loved running in a new neighborhood, but this could be a dangerous splurge! 🙂
Pumpkin ice cream found its way into my shopping cart this week. It’s not homemade in a waffle cone from Harper’s Ferry, but it’s smooth and delicious and I’ll take it!
Also in my cart… we like for him to sit in the built-in coupe so he can’t spot the bananas! Otherwise we’d hear “banana? banana? banana?” on repeat until breakfast the next morning.