As we begin transitioning into the cooler months of the year (I know some of you have already put up all your fall decorations and busted out the pumpkin-spiced everything), I start to think about blankets, boots, and hot delicious beverages. While going out to coffee shops is fun, it can certainly turn into an expensive habit. This expense, as well as America’s addiction and love of coffee, has led to a huge trend in at-home coffee bars over the last few years. Not only are they practical, they’re fun, cute, and great for when company comes over allowing your guests to easily help themselves to your coffee supplies. Today, I’m sharing with you 5 themed coffee stations that you can easily replicate at home. Weekend project!
Yesterday was SO crazy that rather than writing out a blog post for today, I had to settle for a beautiful video of me this morning. If you follow me on Instagram, you may have seem this in my Instastory. There is some SUPER exciting things happening in the next few weeks that I just had to share with you as quickly as possible.
I can’t believe we are only a few weeks out from having another human live in our house. Just like the last one, this baby doesn’t go through any sort of interview process or application to take up residence in our home. She’s going to move-in and be a part of our family whether we like her or not.
If you’ve had any personal communication with me over the last few months, you know its been a crazy summer for the Hallahans. With my impromtu trip to California in June, a week working at summer camp with the whole family in July, immediately followed by a week heading up the preschool Vacation Bible School at our church, then a week at my parents while Dave took our youth group on a missions trip to Boston, finally ending with a leadership conference in Lancaster, PA, we settled back into our home last week for what felt like the first time all summer. Man, just writing that paragraph makes me sleepy.