Happy Friday friends!
So sorry it’s been a hot minute since I’ve updated Bree At Last here, or on IG! I recently began helping out with social media outreach for the bulldog rescue that I foster-failed our frenchie, Gatsby (formerly known as “Bear”) from, and it is basically turning into a full time job =\ Things never really slow down in rescue, but hopefully we’ll find a good rhythm soon so I’ll still have enough time to create content for you all:)
Michael and I have also been busy wrapping up planning for our spring trip to Scotland, which is exciting, but I just feel like we haven’t had a chance to really do enough research. I’m such a planner, that it’s driving me absolutely nuts that we still have so many unknowns about our plans. Thankfully we at least got all our hotels and AirB&Bs, and our rental car booked, so if nothing else, we have a place to sleep and a car to get there.
Also somewhat worth mentioning, I currently have 8 dogs at my house. That sounds like a lot (and it is!), but I suppose that’s only 4 more dogs than normal. So basically every time I sit down to post something for the rescue, or start typing up a blog post, someone has to go outside to pee (even if I’ve just let them all out). This whole not having a normal full time job thing is a lot of work lol. I had some crazy idea to start remodeling our guest bathroom this week, then thankfully I had a moment of clarity and realized there was no way in hell I had time for that right now. =\
Anyhoo…how about this casual boyfriend blazer I scored on sale from Chicwish?? It’s supposed to be a bit oversized, and I ordered it in a medium, but surprisingly I probably could’ve sized down and it still would have been a relaxed fit. I love a great tailored blazer, but the boyfriend trend is so hot right now, I thought I’d add this to my collection and I’m super glad I did. I might try to pack this for my Scotland trip. It’s lined well and I think it’ll be great for layering. Now here’s hoping there’s room for it once I pack all my shoes and hats. =\
What are some of your best packing tips? I try so hard to pack efficiently, but I pretty much fail every time. For this trip I think I’m going to be focusing more on my outer wear, and instead pack simple tees, jeans and thin sweaters for my under layers. I figure we’ll be spending a lot of time outdoors, so who really cares what I’m wearing underneath, right?
Hope everyone has a great weekend!!