Back with another Friday Five! Honestly can’t believe it – this week flew by! Which I believe was in part due to the fact that it was a very productive one! Y’all I cannot tell you how much the rebrand has reignited my creativity, excitement, and joy for creating content! I am truly feeling so re-inspired and am having the best time day to day creating new content here on the blog as well as for Instagram – including two new reels this week one on the rebrand and another with Joshua.
Last week I will mention this but just in case you missed it, two weeks ago I relaunched the Louella Reese brand with a whole new look, logo, brand colors, and also shared more about what the brand will look like going forward. It has been such a fun last few weeks and I truly feel the Louella Reese brand looks & feels how it was always meant to.
Along with the relaunch I kicked off a new series called Friday Five, which seems to be a big hit with y’all! The Friday Five series lives both here on the blog as well as on Instagram. Here you will find five items I’m loving and on Instagram you will find five thoughts. Both are meant to be kind of like a morning (or afternoon) coffee chat with a friend – would love to hear about your week or things you’re loving in the comments!
5 THINGS I’M LOVING THIS WEEK
Silicone Storage Bags
These silicone storage bags provide a practical and sustainable alternative to plastic sandwich/snack bags. I recently replaced all of our plastic tupperware with glassware & feel these silicone storage bags are the perfect next step in making our kitchen a healthier, more sustainable place.
Step into spring with pretty pastels and daisies! This is such an adorably embroidered sweater, sweetly covered in flowers for spring.
Scallop Woven Basket
A sweet, feminine basket for added storage around the home. I love the idea of filling it with blankets in a bedroom, towels in a bathroom, or shoes by the front/back door.
Sage Green Tote Bag
Everyone needs a simple tote! Whether you use it for grocery runs, farmer’s market hauls, kids toys or as your everyday bag. This sage gingham is ideal for spring and the $35 price tag makes it a great affordable option.
photo by Jennifer Austin Photography