Cozy Up with thredUP

Cozy Up with thredUP

Just wanted to pop in really quick like to share some of the GORGEOUS goodies I received from thredUP! If you guys haven't heard of thredUP, you seriously need to head over there now and fill your cart with incredible gently-used clothes and accessories before someone else does. Another cool thing about thredUP is that they are also sort of like an online consignment store. You can stuff one of their bags full with your old clothes and send it to thredUP (they cover shipping) and then pays you for every item they sell! Cha-ching.

Since it's on the verge of winter, I obviously need ANOTHER jacket to keep me warm. When I saw that Juicy Couture blazer, I knew it had to be mine. I paired it with a Mimi Chica strapless dress (and leggings), gold Me Too ballerina flats, and the most beautiful shade of pink Rebecca Minkoff bag that I've ever seen. The price for those 4 items? $200. That's $200 less than the retail price of the bag ALONE. Crazyness. I've worked with thredUP many times in the past and they never cease to amaze me with their deals on designer items.

Everyone clearly wins at thredUP. Now it's your turn to go find your fall slash winter wardrobe!

Planner Junkie + A $10 Coupon to Erin Condren

Like I mentioned in this post, I'm officially a planner addict. When I received my Erin Condren Teacher Planner for homeschool, I decided that I had to order an Erin Condren Life Planner for myself. And ever since I did, I've been in planner paradise.

I wanted to share some of my Instagram photos that I've taken over the past few weeks with you. 

:: My beautiful Erin Condren Life Planner! I ordered the 18-month planner with the Jolly Jester cover. 
:: The other four photos are of my weekly spreads. I use washi tape and scrapbook paper to decorate the days of the week! 
:: I have also become addicted to washi tape. Washi tape is re-positional tape (kind of like masking tape) that comes in different colors and patterns. 
:: Stamps are another cool way to decorate your planner. These stamps came from Studio L2E.
:: I also like to have all my planner supplies with me if I travel. I bought this makeup bag from Target when they had the Missoni collection. It has become the perfect place to store all my most used planner things.
:: The black and white polkadot photo is a sneak peek of something I've included for one of my planner pen pals! 
:: And the last photo is of some wooden alphabet stamps I found at Walmart for $1!! Crazy. I also love Paper Mate Flair pens. They don't bleed!!
:: Here's my Erin Condren Teacher Planner! I love this thing.
:: The other four photos just show some of my lesson plans and how I used the birthday pages. Those are meant to keep up with student's birthdays, but I used it for friend's and family birthdays!

And if you decide that YOU HAVE TO HAVE one of these planners, use my referral link HERE. You will need to make an account at Erin Condren through that link. You will then be emailed a $10 off code. Use that for your first Erin Condren purchase, and if you do, I will also get a $10 credit!

Also, be sure to follow my life over on Instagram. I'm @coffeeandcashmerelove.

Who Won? :: The Mint Julep Giveaway


Stopping in really quick like to announce the winner from my last giveaway! Congrats Katie H.! You won a $25 gift certificate to The Mint Julep! I have already emailed you! Also- a big THANK YOU for everyone who entered! More giveaways to come! Get your lucky rabbit's foot/feet ready.

Erin Condren Teacher Planner + $10 Credit to Erin Condren!

Use my referral link HERE and make an account at Erin Condren. You will then be emailed a $10 off code. Use that for your first Erin Condren purchase, and if you do, I will also get a $10 credit! Wins all the way around. 


Guys. I'm officially addicted to planning again. And Erin Condren is my dealer. I started homeschooling Adrienne a few weeks ago, and in my preparation of getting our little homeschool ready, I searched high and low for a functional planner. I needed something that was fit for a teacher, but also customizable to fit our needs. I also wanted something pretty.

I know. I thought it was going to be hard, too. But it really wasn't. Erin Condren popped up during my search. I had been wanting one of their Life Planner's for a while, but had never bitten the bullet. Erin Condren's Life Planners and Teacher Planners are pretty pricey at around $50-60 plus shipping. But when I saw Erin Condren's Teacher Planner, the price tag didn't matter. I had to have one. It had the eye candy, it had the personalization, and it had the LESSON PLANS. The latter being the selling factor.

I quickly ordered the Teacher Planner and started creating my lesson plans. It's been amazing. There are a ton of different cover options available for both the Life Planners and Teacher Planners. You can even choose to customize the cover with your name, initials, school name, or whatever.

Here are the photos of the Teacher Planner!


I have become so obsessed with Erin Condren and the planning world that I even broke down and bought one of their Life Planners. I will share that planner and how I decorate it in another blog post. And if you decide that YOU HAVE TO HAVE one of these planners, use my referral link HERE and make an account at Erin Condren. You will then be emailed a $10 off code. Use that for your first Erin Condren purchase, and if you do, I will also get a $10 credit!  


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