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10 Things That Make Me Happy: From the Right Bank

From the Right Bank to the Left Coast, and now she’s moving down south. I want to welcome Ally from none other than The Right Back, I’m so excited to have her here today. I feel lucky that Ally took the time to write a guest post with her busy moving schedule. She’s got some amazing things on her list, I’ve even added of few of her things to my ongoing wish list.

Ally was one of the first followers here on Sacramento Street and since then we have found out that we have a similar sense of style when it comes to interior design.

Both of us have lived and traveled all over the world. I know what it’s like to pack up and move,  so I want to wish Ally the best of luck with her move. I can’t wait to see how she decorates her new Atlanta home. Thank you Ally for guest blogging here today!

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Thanks again Ally. Have an amazing road trip to Atlanta!
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Deck the Halls!

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas around the apartment, with decorations being put up. Getting in the holiday spirit has never been a challenge for me. My eucalyptus wreath is on the front door and ornaments are being unpacked. 

Every ornament I unpack brings back a different memory from my childhood. I love the story each ornament has behind it. I’m lucky to have a mom that passes beautiful Christmas treasures down to me. 


This holiday season look out for a couple fantastic gift guides I’ve be put together, inspirational holiday decor ideas and a few holiday stories from my childhood (I promise they’re hilarious).

I’m also very excited for the guest bloggers for my series, 10 Things That Make Me Happy. All of them are filled with amazing gift ideas.

Oh, I love this time of year. Happy Holidays!
{photo courtesy of Living Etc.}
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Have a Wonderful Thanksgiving

Tomorrow morning I’m driving down to Carmel for Thanksgiving. I’ll be signing off for the rest of the weekend so I can spend quality time with family and friends. 

There are so many things to be thankful for this year. First and foremost I am thankful for my loving fiancé, my family and all of the support they give me. I am also thankful for my incredible friends who are always by my side; I don’t know what I would do without you guys. Finally, I am thankful for the chance to love, for happiness and health and for the chance to always fulfill my dreams. What are you thankful for this year?

I hope all of you have a fabulous Thanksgiving, wherever you’re celebrating. Enjoy the day, whether it’s with family or friends, and most importantly, travel safe. 

xo, Caitlin

{photo’s courtesy of four walls and a roof and corrie bond}

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A Few Things I Love About Thanksgiving

I love being with family for the holidays. Along with that, I also enjoy the company of friends and family around the dinner table, watching Eric snuggle with my aunts dog (love this photo), sitting around the fireplace talking to my cousins and of course eating pumpkin pie for breakfast, lunch and dinner. 


{photo’s courtesy of sunday suppers, this is glamorous, and flickr}
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It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like . . .

Picking out a wreath is like finding the perfect pair of shoes. It’s the first thing people see when they come over for the holidays. Every year I head to Birch, in San Francisco because I know I’ll find the perfect wreath because she has a great selection. Not to mention that when you walk out you’re filled with so much inspiration.  I can’t wait to see what I find this afternoon. 

{photo’s from birch}
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