*This post is sponsored by Ladder, and may contain affiliate links in accordance with disclosures listed here. All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.*
Happy Monday, friends! Today I’d like to share with you my experience with Ladder. Ladder is an incredibly convenient, on-the-go personal training app that matches you up with a coach based on your fitness style preferences. The best part? It’s mobile and ridiculously affordable (and cheaper than a gym membership)!
You know what I really love? Companies with a mission behind the brand- especially those that help children. Ever since becoming a mom, I pretty much cry anytime I read/see/hear about a baby suffering. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve always hated the thought of any innocent child in distress, but once I had my own I couldn’t even entertain the thought without shedding a tear.
*I received product compliments of Lorena Canals Rugs. All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own. Affiliate links may also be included.*
I never really understood the power of convenience until I became a mom. Let’s be honest; until you’ve got a nursing newborn and/or messy toddler on your hands, you don’t bat an eye before purchasing that sheer white blouse.
We all have those outfits that make us feel good; those pieces we automatically gravitate towards even when we’re on day 7 of dry shampoo (moms, you know what I’m talking about) and that leave us with a sense of confidence in ourselves.
*I received product compliments of Dockatot. All thoughts and opinions are my own.*
Oh, motherhood- where everything you swore you’d never do goes right out the window. I remember when I was pregnant with my first, I told everyone there was noooooo way I’d ever sleep in the same room as my kids. Nope, they were going straight into their cribs in their own rooms from day one!
A couple weeks ago, I turned the big three-oh. THIRTY. Oh my word, I’m not even sure how that happened. My twenties seemed like they were going to last forever, but I suppose all things eventually end, right?