Fall Date to an Apple Orchard

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Happy Money Monday, welcome to another weekend recap, a new series on the blog I’ve started as a way to recap everything I did and spent over the weekend.

This weekend, I visited an apple orchard, had brunch with a friend and added two new items to my wardrobe.

FRIDAY: Rest + Recovery

This week was rough, I had been sick and took a day off for wellness to nurse myself back to health and by Friday, I wasn’t exactly 100% but I didn’t want to use another sick day so I worked. 

I’m grateful that I’m able to work remotely, especially during times like this – I definitely don’t take it for granted.

Once I was off, my boyfriend and I went out to dinner but I didn’t finish my meal. Truthfully, I was ready to go home and crawl back into bed which is exactly what I did.

SATURDAY: Fall Date to an Apple Orchard

The next day I was feeling like myself again. When I woke up, I made a breakfast sandwich and chilled around the house until I had to go to a lash consultation. 

I’m getting my lashes done for the very first time later this month and I’m so excited! Right now, rawesthetiqs is offering free lash consultations for first time clients. 

I’ve been wanting to get my lashes done for some time now and she came highly recommended by my braider. 

After my consultation, I came back home to get ready for a fall date. My boyfriend surprised me with flowers and took me to an apple orchard. We got cider and cinnamon donuts. It was so cute!

Later that evening, I had a virtual book club meeting with my friends. We just finished reading The Nightingale

SUNDAY: State of Confusion – Charlotte  

On Sunday, I woke up and watched an online sermon with my boyfriend. Then I went to Starbucks to get a pumpkin cream cold brew.

When I got home, I listened to some of the new Drake album while getting ready to meet my friend for an early dinner. 

We caught up and tried a relatively new restaurant called State of Confusion. This place features dishes from Latin America, New Orleans and the Carolina Low Country. 

I ordered the nola shrimp po boy and the aji chicken eggrolls ($50.44) – it was pretty good!

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When I finished eating, I took a trip to the mall. It’s really starting to get cold outside and since I’m rebuilding my wardrobe, I don’t have any cute jackets. 

I ended up purchasing a long sleeve black shirt and a denim jacket ($97.81). I really wanted to get a belt, but I did not want to spend more than $100. 

I left happy with my purchase and ended my night doing laundry and watching Fair Play on Netflix.


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