The Pursuit of Thanksgiving Happiness Broken Down into Lists

Happiness comes in many forms.  Tomorrow happiness will be shaped like a turkey for many people, or perhaps even a pumpkin pie.

img_6283

I’ve gone to two Friendsgiving dinners in the past couple of weeks and both of them had two things in common:

  1. A ton of food
  2. The most sophisticated Fall decor

Tomorrow’s thanksgiving will be slightly different though because there will be two other things on our minds besides the food we eat and the dishes we eat them on.  I’ll be giving thanks for:

  1. the Gilmore Girls four part episode series premiering at midnight
  2. Black Friday sales

img_5689

Before these events can commence, we need strategies for surviving the meal:

  1. Have a tiny bit of everything
  2. Ditch the before dinner rolls

When you’re in the middle of all the madness, take a deep breath and remember:

  1. Pace yourself, it’s not a race.
  2. Keep your wine glass full.

img_0845

Make your life easier – what not to wear on Thanksgiving:

  1. Bodycon dress.  Where will the turkey go if you don’t let your stomach breathe?
  2. High-waisted skinny jeans.  You don’t have to go so far as to wear sweatpants, but remember that a stretchy waistband is probably best!

When the meal is over, two things will help you in your overly satisfied state:

  1. Sitting by the fireplace with a green tea in hand
  2. Watching a movie: preferably a cheesy one that starts with a family crisis and ends with a happy family sitting around the table enjoying a holiday dinner.  Bring on the sappiness.

Love,
Molly

 

 

 

Advertisements

What to Wear when you’re Crashing a Wedding Taylor Swift Style

No one can crash a wedding like Taylor Swift.  While you may not be a celebrity, your appearance at a wedding you’re not invited too is crucial.

Taylor Swift crashes a wedding and everyone loves it.  You crash it, you’re goal should be to blend in.

Screen Shot 2016-06-06 at 1.37.26 PM

First, don’t wear white, of course.  You’ll have people who don’t even know you, hating you. Throw in some color: something feminine.

Second, opt for something floral.  Floral dresses are a go-to for summer wedding guests.  You’ll fit in perfectly, and depending on your dress, maybe even walk away with a few compliments!

Third, dress up.  Look like you belong at a celebratory event by wearing some of your fav jewels! A few pretty rings or a pair of chandelier earrings will do the trick!

Fourth, wear your dancing high heel sandals.  Make sure they’re strappy and will hold your feet in place on the dance floor.

Love,

J. Molly