Delegate Gifting- Mother’s Day

Well this is going to be one heck of a Mother’s Day. Some days it feels like the world is ending with everything going on related to Covid-19, thus this Mother’s Day brings along a lot of unexpected feelings. I’ve felt more pressure as a mom than I have in years, as it’s been aContinue reading “Delegate Gifting- Mother’s Day”

Delegate Gifting- Teachers

‘Tis the season y’all! Time to whip out those wallets, and start purchasing gifts for friends, family, co-workers, teachers, etc. And this year, to help you “delegate gifting,” I’m making it a little easier for you to find the perfect gift for a few of those people. And I don’t know about y’all, but I don’tContinue reading “Delegate Gifting- Teachers”

Delegate the Decor- A Traditional & Transitional Thanksgiving Table

It seems like over the years, Thanksgiving has become more and more of an afterthought. As retail stores transition their merchandise and decor from Halloween straight to Christmas, there’s almost no mention of one of my favorite holidays- Thanksgiving. As you probably know by now, I don’t cook, so why would I care so muchContinue reading “Delegate the Decor- A Traditional & Transitional Thanksgiving Table”

Delegate the 4th of July

I had the privilege of working with Katie Jacob’s on a 4th of July BBQ that involved both of our specialties – Baking, Delegating and DIY-ing. I’m sure you can guess which parts of the event came from me (aka not the baking or DIY-ing). Click here to read the full article about the party, whichContinue reading “Delegate the 4th of July”

Delegate Easter

When I first met Paige Minear (of “The Pink Clutch” blog), I knew I wanted to be her friend. She’s southern to the core, and shares the same design aesthetic I love. She’s also a delegator in her own way, and that combined with her great sense of humor, made us fast friends. We decidedContinue reading “Delegate Easter”

Delegate Valentine’s Day

Well, it’s officially that time of year in the South when the weather is cold and the skies are grey. Enter Valentine’s Day. Whether you’re a fan or not, it’s the perfect excuse to pull out every shade of pink and red and bring some color to these dreary winter days. I’m not getting intoContinue reading “Delegate Valentine’s Day”

Cinco de Mayo: Setting the Table and Dressing to the Decor

This year we’re attending a friend’s Cinco Di Mayo celebration that includes kids, so I imagine it will be a somewhat tame day of celebration for us. However, I’m going to give you a little run-down of the tequila-tasting birthday party I threw for my husband last year to show you a few last-minute ideasContinue reading “Cinco de Mayo: Setting the Table and Dressing to the Decor”

Breakfast in Bed for Mom: Keep it Simple and Sweet

If you follow me on Instagram, you’ll see that I clearly love wearing matching outfits with my 5-year-old daughter. She loves to match as much as I do, but I know it’s short-lived, so I’m taking full-advantage of it while I can. Our latest find is the mommy-and-me matching pajamas from the Beaufort Bonnet Company.Continue reading “Breakfast in Bed for Mom: Keep it Simple and Sweet”

Delegating Mother’s Day Gift Guides

Gifting is my love language. And I’m pretty sure most moms agree that a gift on Mother’s Day is always welcome and enjoyed no matter how big or small it is. One common theme you’ll notice amongst my guides is that I don’t suggest anything that requires additional “work.” Meaning, there are no cooking tools,Continue reading “Delegating Mother’s Day Gift Guides”