Monthly Archives: May 2014

Alt Spring Cleaning

Heart Bubble

ShuGar Fix Mondays is a weekly inspiration series because Mondays deserve an extra dose of pretty. For more ShuGar Fix Mondays, click here!  

Spring is here! I will forever remember this spring as giving me the greatest gift, which of course is our ShuGar Baby. If I weren’t busy caring for Mister Camden, I would probably spend my weekends reorganizing our house and doing some major deep cleaning. Although it may be torturous for some, I actually really enjoy tidying up. For this spring, I have developed a strong appreciation for taking time to enjoy life. Moments you can spend with your loved ones are so precious. Why not put aside the chores and allot some hours/days to just live life?

I can’t say I thought of this concept all on my own. Mia from Shari’s Berries contacted me regarding her post about Spring Adventures. She has a proposition for all of us who would routinely begin to tackle spring cleaning in our households. Instead of “working” this spring, why not embark on some Spring Adventures instead?

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Happily Every After Films

Love Story

The All You Need is Love Project is a movement to inspire more love on this planet. The more we come together, the more love we can share. Join the revolution here!

TODAY’S LOVE TOPIC:

Share your favorite (or one of your favorite) love stories. In can be from any art form –  a movie, a book, a piece of art, or a story you were told. Describe it and share with us why you heart it.

Hello, loves! I am so excited about sharing today’s All You Need is Love Project. I hold this topic near to my heart since I am a major indie film nerd. It’s one of the main things Mr. ShuGar and I enjoy doing in our free time. However, Mr. ShuGar and I differ in our movie sensibilities when it comes to romantic films. He’s not a huge fan of sappy love stories, whereas I am a sucker for a classic “happily ever after” film.

I present to you my Top 5 romantic films of all time, in no particular order. These films get me all emotional every time, but they are certainly not Oscary-worthy, just tear-jerkers.

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