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    2024 Vision board: What’s in and out


    With 2024 in full-swing, I can’t help but look back at 2023 with gratitude and appreciation, with hopes 2024 will live up to expectations. Last year, Evan and I got married in our home town of South Lake Tahoe at Valhalla Tahoe. We missed a few friends, but were primarily surrounded by the ones who […]

    The post 2024 Vision board: What’s in and out first appeared on Amanda's Avenue .

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    Boogie with the browns: 10.13.23 Wedding Bells


    October 13, 2023, Evan and I said “I do” beneath the Valhalla Tahoe pine trees. We were surrounded by our loved ones who traveled near and far for our big day. And so, this has become our favorite day to date!   In an effort to prepare for this monument day, we assembled a dream […]

    The post Boogie with the browns: 10.13.23 Wedding Bells first appeared on Amanda's Avenue .

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    Happy Halloween Witches! Not so spooky adult diy witch hat


    Happy Halloween and Día de los Muertos from Mexico (Evan and I are currently in Tulum)! In honor of the Hocus Pocus 2 debut this year, my partner and I decided to throw a Hocus Pocus party. In preparation for the event, I ordered a Sarah Sanderson custom-made costume from Etsy. I also crafted a […]

    The post Happy Halloween Witches! Not so spooky adult diy witch hat first appeared on Amanda's Avenue .

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    Get Yo Pride On! DIY macrame Rainbow??


    Happy Pride Month!! Pride is commemorated in June, since that was the month when the Stonewall Riots occurred. For those who aren’t as familiar, the Stonewall Riots were protests that took place in 1969 in the US, that helped ignite gay rights in America. The rainbow also has cultural significance in Hawaii, where Hawaii is […]

    The post Get Yo Pride On! DIY macrame Rainbow?? first appeared on Amanda's Avenue .

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    Love my gals a brunch! Celebrating Galentines Day

    I don’t know about you, but in my opinion, Galentines is one of the best holidays of the year! After all, what is better than gals celebrating gals? If Saturdays are for the boys, then Sunday brunch is reserved for the girls. That said, last Sunday I hosted my very first Galentines event. We came, […]
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    Utah puts the ho ho ho in Holiday Magic

    Merry Christmas Eve Grinches! I hope you have been starting to feel that ho ho holiday magic! And if not, I know a little bit of Baileys helps me get by.  This year I’ve been dreaming of a white Christmas; and luckily, it looks like this manifestation will become my reality. It has been dumping snow in […]
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    Utah in October – the season of fall foliage

    Happy Halloween! Spooky season is currently upon us! As some of you may know, Evan, Comet, and I moved to Utah from California in June, as I was presented with a job opportunity at Utah Valley University advising first-year students. So far I have enjoyed what outdoor and event opportunities Utah has to offer. Of […]
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    Pin It! Pinteresting my Perfect Future Home

    Originally Published May 10, 2020 Have you ever caught yourself scrolling through Pinterest to save pins for your picture-perfect home? Well I have. And lately while quarantining in a stuffy small apartment, I have found myself thinking about how I would want to design and furnish my future residence. Feel free to follow along as […]
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    COVID-19 You Can’t Spell Virus Without U and I

    Originally Published March 28, 2020 What day of social distancing is it anyways? With everything being flipped upside down and having to adjust routine, this time in isolation has not been easy, but necessary. Experts say the best way to combat the spread of coronavirus is through distancing, as some people can be asymptomatic. Of […]
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    Dating Shows- Finding “love” on the Most Dramatic Season of “Reality” TV!

    Originally Published March 14, 2020 Excuse my language, but holy hell… my first blog post was about all the wonderful things to come in 2020, then fast forward two weeks and people are asked to start quarantining themselves because of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak. I will create a separate post for that because it is […]

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