Four Things We Love // Early Spring 2014 Edit

Though we’re still in the thick of winter, spring’s light colors and airy fabrics have us excited for the season ahead. From lightening up with healthier food to partaking in a more natural route when it comes to makeup, we hope these four things inspire you to look beyond the snow, slush and breezy temps in favor of the warmth ahead.

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A cinch to make and delicious to down, this healthy and naturally sweet strawberry smoothie is just the kick start we need morning, noon or night.

Floral is everywhere this spring, and this Jessica Simpson maternity blouse in pretty pastels is the perfect way to showcase the trend.

Exude your innate glow by utilizing these easy and effective natural beauty tips – the perfect way to refresh and renew your look.

Adorable, useful and perfectly DIY, these fabric coasters are a fabulous (and easy) way to add a touch of new to your spring décor.

Four Things We Love // Healthy Pregnancy Edit

2014 is upon us, and we can’t wait to dive into all that is yet to come. From new beginnings to continued successes, after a holiday season of indulging in all things delicious – from scrumptious treats to time with friends and family – the start of the New Year is always exciting. In an effort to kick start 2014 in good health, here are four things meant to inspire your mind, body and soul.maternity jacket

Drink your folate in this gloriously green Outrageous Orange Smoothie that does wonders for your baby – and your taste buds!

Whether you’re heading out for a stroll, a yoga class or a morning stretch routine, this Splendid Shawl Collar Maternity Hoodie is a cozy reminder to get active in style.

Break a sweat in these 6 Best Hairstyles for Work Out so you can feel good from the inside out while busting a move.

In And the Mountains Echoed, New York Times bestselling author, Khaled Hossini, explores the depth of human emotions and actions in regards to “how we love, how we take care of one another, and how the choices we make resonate through generations.”

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