My Autumn Layered Styles

My Autumn Layered Styles

Rick Owens shawl collar cardigan
$2,205 – farfetch.com

Sheer shirt
modcloth.com

Dorothy Perkins v neck top
dorothyperkins.com

Long red coat
modcloth.com

True Religion skinny leg jeans
$220 – julesb.co.uk

Flat ankle boots
modcloth.com

Michael Kors genuine leather handbag
$385 – selfridges.com

Michael Kors roman numeral watch
$370 – harrods.com

Marc by marc jacobs earrings
$64 – harveynichols.com

Plaid scarve
modcloth.com

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Love You…❀️

It’s not selfish to love yourself, take care of yourself, and to make your happiness a priority. It’s necessary.

We always need reminders to take time out of our busy lives for ourselves. Also to pursue things that we want to accomplish for ourselves.

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Happy Friday Everyone! Thanks for stopping by! β€οΈπŸ’‹

✨Coming soon NHCouture By Nikki Boutique ✨✨

πŸ’›Showing some recent products by Avon🌟

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πŸ’•Their Anew Vitale Night cream is awesome! I’ve been using and can actually see the difference. It costs $28.πŸ’• I will be trying their gel finish polish over this weekend! Which is on special for $4.99πŸ’• Nail art which my daughters are going to love! Special now for $6.99 will be $10 after. ( I’m going to have mani/pedi night with my young divasπŸ’œπŸ’™ The other items are new limited edition “Toasted Macadamia Nut Collection” of Relaxing Foot Soak, Exfoliating Scrub, and Moisturizing Cream. The new perfume Luck for women smells great! I wore it and got a lot of compliments on it. I love fragrances, especially more floral scents. ( not too much floral). If you would like to purchase any products my online link is on here! ThanksπŸ’•πŸ’•

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Have a Fantastic Weekend!! β€οΈπŸ’‹

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Featuring New Contributor on NHCouture!!!

NHCouture is very happy to have the beautiful Tye Sanders contributing her love for cooking and writing! She is a very talented writer and a woman of many trades, like myself. I’m very happy to have her join me. Welcome DivaπŸ’‹

✨✨Tye M. Sanders✨✨
🌟Food & Lifestyle Blog Bio🌟

As the classic Gen X’er: I seek fun and meaningful work/projects, value the ability to set my own hours, and thrive with a flexible schedule (work-from home). None of these traits mean that I’m out of touch; I know what it’s like to juggle a family and seek to fulfill personal goals.

Although I’ve only attended food handling courses, I have been a family cook since I was a tender 7 years old (31 years as a home cook). Since my family was poor, I made creative and tasty meals out of what I could find in the pantry for my younger siblings. When the ingredients list grew, so did my desire to cook a variety of meals.

I’d watch Julia Child prepare magnificent meals on the television before I ran out the door to school. I also found joy in watching the television cooking segments on the news. I knew then, that cooking would be a huge interest in my life.

Born in California and raised in Texas as an Army Brat, my roots are deeply instilled in the military lifestyle. I learned to quickly adapt to new environments and share life experiences with many people from various backgrounds. My experience as a military dependent had a lasting impression on me that help me to give great recipes and advice to others based on past experiences or friends’ experiences.

I married my 1st true love when I was a young 21 year old woman. Already having a son as a teenager made me mature faster and learn how to be a thrifty, supportive, and creative wife and mother at a young age.

My natural progression for a career was supporting the Army somehow. I started on a project at AT&T with the Paralyzed Veterans of America, and then acquired a wonderful job as a Commercial Sponsorship, Advertising, & Grants Manager (civilian DoD) in Kentucky.

When my first husband deployed to Bosnia, then Iraq, I juggled my growing family stateside with the help of friends. It was during that time, I began to journal and experiment with food as a therapeutic stress reliever.

The aftermath of the war in Iraq contributed heavily to the divorce of my 1st marriage, but my journaling and meal creations stayed with me. While working on base in Kentucky, I met my second husband, who fully supported and appreciated my approaches to stress relief; he supports my efforts till this day.

I know that mistakes in both cooking and life experiences help us fine tune our craft as people and/or home cooks. I hope to bring you many useful recipes that are family friendly and provide you with a few bits of advice that worked for me and my loved ones in the past.

Even though I still have life struggles (Crohn’s disease, IBD, lactose intolerant children, husband with high blood pressure) they only present a challenge that I’m happy to tackle.

For those of you who need a mood pick-me-up or a few quick and yummy recipes….this is for you!

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Looking forward to good foods, laughs ,advice, and positive healthy living. Thanks for stopping by.β€οΈπŸ’‹

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

My mom lost her battle to breast cancer 7-4-99. That time of the year is always a difficult time as her birthday is right before that time. I have wrote about my mom’s battle with breast cancer. Throughout it all she still managed to spend time with her grandkids and help me through some tough situations I was facing. She taught me how to remain calm, positive and face things. She was a strong woman. I miss her so much.

Every day of the year is Breast Cancer Awareness for my family and I. Sending prayers and support to all those going through, and admiration to all the survivors! Prayers and condolences to all those who have lost their battle. Praying for a cure. Keep hope.

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πŸ’•πŸ’•RIP Mommy, I Love YouπŸ’•πŸ’•

Thanks for stopping by!

This was one of my moms favorite songs: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pe3yPvY8Z10&sns=em

Disappointment

I learned the hard way that I cannot always count on others to respect my feelings, even if I respect theirs. Being a good person doesn’t guarantee that others will be good people too. You only have control over yourself and how you choose to be as a person. As for others, you can only choose to accept them or walk away..

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I’ve had my share of disappointments but I know it’s God way of redirecting me in another direction. Obeying and following is our choice as we have free will. So just know that everyone faces disappointments at some points in life, dust yourself off and keep moving. Something greater is waiting. Goodnight everyone!

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Life Lessons….Letting Go

Letting go, even if it hurts, doesn’t mean you have to let go of everything. You just have to let go of the person and your feelings for her/him but the memories will always be there whether it’s good or bad. Because everytime you remember those memories, it will always put a smile into your heart. And be glad that once in your life this person made you happy and put colors into your life even if it’s just for a while.

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Enjoy your Day!

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