COVID Life – The Meal Series

By Jessica McClendon | August 13, 2020

I cannot say this enough, but I hate single use plastic, I have been known to go as far as carrying around my own reusable washable utensils to avoid plastic utensils and straws. Now that the statement has been established, we are also living in days of COVID-19.  The majority of people around the world […]

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Living in Little Foot

By Jessica McClendon | November 26, 2018

Over the years I have had the privilege of meeting some of the greatest, most talented genuine and amazing people. I make a point to only surround myself with people that mean good, do good, and are good. Before moving to California I got a text from a girl named Sarah. Her husband would be […]

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The Incredible Puppy Porch Potty

By Jessica McClendon | August 29, 2018

Happy Wednesday!!! Are any of you guys pawents to furbabies? So, I’m Jess, and I am a mom to little humans and a fur-mom to two little furbabies. My older guy, Tucker, has been my sidekick since day 1. Meeko, the newest member of the family joined us when I was going through infertility. He […]

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A Makeup Artist On A Search

By Jessica McClendon | August 27, 2018

 In a former life, pre-sister squad, I worked as a makeup artist. I do have a degree in communications and a background in marketing, but cosmetology along with an extensive resume as a freelance makeup artist is where it was at for me.   I began with working freelance and then began a career working for […]

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Another Little Turkey

By Jessica McClendon | November 20, 2017

When Thanksgiving rolls around, we are all forced to sit down and reflect on the previous year and our life in general. It is a unique time just to be present. Despite the hustle and bustle of everyday life, not to mention a week’s worth of food prep for this particular holiday, reflection is paramount. […]

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Driving the Struggle Bus

By Jessica McClendon | September 18, 2017

Friends, after quite the blogging hiatus I have managed to find my life preserve, and I think I’m finally bobbing above the water. August to September has felt like one of the longest months of my life. This post is missing all the bells and whistles. It lacks aesthetics of high resolution photos with perfectly placed […]

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