Thursday, October 13, 2011

Work It in Business Suits from Express!

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Express for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

From the Executive to the Professional and even the Creative Professional, Express has the suits that every man/woman needs! I visited Express earlier today and took a look at their women's suits. My son started pre-k full time last month and I've been contemplating going back to work. I used to be a recruiter and was required to wear a suit and/or jacket daily. Express has some really great stylish suits! 


I absolutely love the Studio Stretch Jacket and Editor Pant. It's available in fours colors including earth, charcoal, taupe and black. It's sophisticated style and shape is a wear-to-work must-have. It has stretch fabric that hugs your curves for a flattering fit. You can pair with the Editor Pant for a chic office look. This suit is perfect for work as well as going out after work. Some of the features of this suit are:

  • 64% Polyester/31% Viscose/5% Spandex
  • One-button front closure
  • Long sleeves with 4-button detail at cuffs
  • Two flap pockets
  • Lined
  • Dry clean only
  • Imported

Since I'm considering going back to work, I think I'm going to go to Express and try on some of their suits. They are perfect for interviewing and will make you look as polished as can be! For a limited time, enter Express sweepstakes everyday for a chance to win a $500 suiting makeover! Be sure to visit today! You never know, you may win! 


Please feel free to leave a comment and tell me which suit/suits you love and why! What are you going to use your suit for? Work, networking events, job interviews? I want to know! 

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Thursday, October 6, 2011

My favorite handmade things on Etsy today

Light Bulb Terrarium $20

Vintage look waxed leather tote bag in brown $179

Platinum Micro Pave Diamond Engagement Ring $1960

Handmade Paper Journal $28.25

Sleeveless Wrap Cardigan Top $68

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Discovery Green park has putt putt golf!

(photo credit: taken from Discovery Green's website)

We've had amazing weather in Houston for the past few days. We decided to go to Discovery Green park this past Sunday. For those of you who don't live in Houston, Discovery Green park is an amazing park that was built a few years ago. It's smack dab in the middle of downtown Houston near the convention center.

Discovery Green park is a great family park with tons of stuff to do. They offer yoga, zumba, live music, have a few restaurants and cart vendors. They even have a Houston public library branch. Click here for their calendar.

Dominic and Justin decided to play some putt putt golf. I just watched and took photo's.
 It was a great day for all of us!
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Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Yummy, yummy frittata! You won't be disappointed!

I occasionally make Frittata’s. I like them because they're pretty healthy (can be made healthy) and super easy to make. If you've never had one, it's sort of like a quiche minus the crust. Last night, we didn't have a lot of food in the house, but we had eggs, broccoli, cheese, onion, garlic, tomatoes and turkey sausage. I thought a Frittata was in order. You can use whatever you want or like in terms of veggies and you can even use egg beaters or egg whites if you don't want to use the whole egg.
Turn your oven to 375 or 400 degrees. Mix your eggs together (I used six) and I also added a bit of cream to the mixture.
Next, you'll want to prep all of your veggies. I washed my broccoli and cut it up:
You'll probably want to add some olive oil to a pan and heat the oil. Start adding each ingredient one by one until you've added everything:
When you're finished Sautéing everything, pour all of the items into the egg mixture. Stir gently.
You'll want to get out a baking dish, lightly grease it (I use non-stick spray stuff) and add your entire mixture into the pan. I also added a tiny bit of jack cheese on top.
Bake for 25-30 minutes until the cheese looks golden brown.
I plated a piece of Frittata with some mixed grapes and I added picante/salsa to the top. Yum!