Writing this post from our brand new single family home in Burbank, CA (with a YARD!). I can’t believe we actually did it! While it feels incredible to be in our new space, moving in has unfortunately been far from easy. We experienced a few unexpected situations that added SO much extra stress to the move and we’re not out of the woods yet. Sharing a quick family update below as well as the last photo we took of the girls running through the courtyard of their first home. Framing this one stat! Topping off this post with some of our favorite photos of the fam enjoying our first home (and courtyard!) over the years. Now, onto the next chapter!


After over a year of isolation, we were on top of the world seeing fully vaccinated family from near and far over the past few weeks here in LA! It literally makes me cry looking at these photos, thinking about how truly special this time was (and how much time we have all lost together too while the kids are so little). I know SO many of you have had quite the year and are in the same boat so I know you can commiserate!


LA Blogger, RELish By Arielle shares her favorite sales from Wayfair and Overstock.com

Our family is moving into a new house in five more sleeps and we can’t wait! We’ve lucked out on timing because two of our favorite home decor sites are having BIG sales this week: Wayfair and Overstock. From rugs to mirrors or even fire pits, there are SO many sales going on right now, it’s hard to know where to begin. Rounding up some of our favorite sales picks with you today that we have our eye on. We’re especially interested in patio furniture right now because for the first time ever, we’ll have our own backyard! Sharing some of our fave pieces below.


Confession: back in the 90’s I had barely-there eyebrows in the shapes of commas. I got them over-waxed when I was in middle school and they never fully recovered. Please tell me I’m not the only one! I look back at photos from my college graduation and they were still horrendous! In my 20’s, I found eyebrow threading and I never looked back. Slowly but surely, I was able to START growing my brows back. That said, they STILL weren’t quite what they used to be.