Hi. My name is Aaronica and I’m a certified cookie connoisseur. My waistline will testify to the truth of this matter since cookies are truly my downfall in the keeping it clean and healthy arena. But let me tell you this: going Cookie tasting at A Haute Cookie was worth every single delicious calorie they had.
This past weekend I attended the Pinners Conference in Atlanta, GA. This was my first time attending the conference and I had no idea what to expect. I knew that there would be crafting and I’d registered for a couple of classes that I was excited for. But I still wasn’t prepared for what turned out to basically be Disney World for crafters.
It’s no secret that my family and I love maple syrup. We’re huge pancake and waffle eaters (I’ve even managed to make a delicious keto recipe for pancakes) so naturally maple syrup is practically on tap here (see what I did there?). We were incredibly excited when Coombs Family Farms invited us to come to Vermont to learn about the maple syrup process up close and personal.
I remember when I was at my first real job out of college. My co-worker I shared an office with got pregnant and she would be so tired she started to take power naps to make it through the day. Now I’ve always been a lover of naps since I was a kid so napping as an adult made sense to me. But I had no idea what the phenomenon of a power nap was until I hit adulthood and I didn’t get the necessity of them until my first pregnancy.
Today is the grand opening of Candytopia and last night my friends and I had the opportunity to check it out. Friends. It’s amazing. I’m going to give you the rundown without you feeling like you’ve heard enough you shouldn’t go but enough information that you know you need to experience it for yourself. Candytopia Atlanta was all the sweet fun that I needed for a girls night out and then some.