Happy Monday and happy April! My birthday month has officially begun and I couldn’t be happier. To celebrate my birthday I’m going to Disneyland next week. So in honor of that trip, I wanted to do a little simple Disney DIY. Now listen, I am no seamstress but I’ve been seeing this cute DIY all over my Instagram. People have been taking the Disney Pixar Turning Red plush blanket bag and turning it into a plush crossbody bag.
When I first saw this plush bag I was curious why Disney didn’t make it into a crossbody because they’ve done it before with Duffy, Winnie the Pooh, etc. I held off from buying the bag because I didn’t want to have to carry it around. Then I saw so many people turning them into crossbody bags and I was like “hey, that’s so smart!”
So the question is, was making this crossbody really as easy as everyone made it seem?
Hey everybody! Happy Monday. How’s everyone doing? Personally, I’ve been doing pretty good. Well, expect for the fact that for the first time in years I OWE taxes but…that’s a rant for another day. (First world problems, I know). But besides the fact I’m currently disappointed with the government (what’s new), life has actually been pretty amazing! The weather here in Chicago is perfect (high 50s-60s), spring is next week, my birthday is coming soon! There’s so much to look forward to.
It’s become sort of a tradition for me to post the different seasonal decor available at Michaels here on the blog. And since spring and Easter are almost here, what better time to post a new Michales decor post? I’m so excited it’s almost spring because spring is my birthday season (where my Aries at?!) and it’s just one of my favorite seasons all together.
But onto the post, how cute is this Easter/spring decor from Michaels?
Happy Monday. I have SO many posts lined up that I’ve wanted to post but I have no time to edit the photos, edit the posts themselves, etc. Ugh, I feel like a horrible blogger but I’m trying my best. I’m trying to come up with a better schedule so I can put more time into blogging because it is and always will be a passion of mine.
Since I recently got back from Disney World I thought today would be a good day to do a little recap of this years Epcot International Festival of the Arts. (I guess the other posts I have planned will be pushed back yet again).
Also side note, make sure to check out my recaps of the festival of the arts from 2019 and 2017 (the first one ever!)
Here’s how I would rate the food at the 2022 Epcot International Festival of the Arts:
Happy 2022 and welcome to a new year of Simply Sinova. I can’t believe this month is already almost over. Maybe it’s just me but I feel like time has just been speeding by. 2020 went by kind of slow in my opinion but 2021 FLEW by. And now it seems 2022 is going by just as fast. With each new year comes the ideas of change, growth and resolutions.
I don’t really do “resolutions” but I do like to set goals for myself. I’m going to try to hold myself accountable for these goals but honestly my mantra is to just take things day by day and try not to stress about the little things.
Here’s some of my goals for 2022:
Welp, Christmas/the holidays are officially over. Cue the sad music and me crying. Sigh. This is truly my FAVORITE time of year and it always saddens me when it has to come to an end. Part of the reason why I start decorating for Christmas November 1st is because I just love Christmas decor so much. I can’t describe it but it just makes me so happy. If there was a way I could keep up my Christmas tree year round I would.
But all good things must come to an end. Continue reading