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Candy's Top 5 Under $500

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Candy's Top 5 Under $500

This week I want to present a showcase of some of my top 5 items in a very affordable category. Our boutique has an extensive array of gorgeous treasures and it can be overwhelming to navigate through the tons of sparkling pieces. I’ll give you a few items to glance at that might give you some holiday gift ideas.   Top 5 under $500 My first pick would be these elegant and streamline gemstone drop earrings. With an excellent price point you are getting genuine blue sapphires set in 14k white gold. The lever backs make them practical for everyday...

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Blog Challenge #15: Timeline of My Day

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Blog Challenge #15: Timeline of My Day

I start my day around 6:30 am. I have always been a morning person and thankfully so because my little 3 month old likes to start his day around this time too. I make my coffee, let my puppies out, feed my sweet boy, and put on CMT. Music in the morning helps me shake off fatigue and feel energized.   Here’s a beautiful sunrise picture from my porch.   I like to get my work done in the mornings too. Our online boutique usually lists about 20 new items each day. It is always exciting to see what new...

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Blog Challenge #14: If you won the lottery...

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Blog Challenge #14: If you won the lottery...

If I won the lottery I would start off by doing all the responsible things that most people say when asked this question. I would pay off my bills, pay off my mom’s mortgage, take a few weeks off work, but specifically here is a little list of the fun things I would do:

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