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I love fall. The weather here was a bit cool yesterday so you can imagine how happy I was to pull out a warm sweater and pull on some cute boots. One of my favorite things about the fall is having lazy weekends at home. There’s just something so relaxing…
I love fall. The weather here was a bit cool yesterday so you can imagine how happy I was to pull out a warm sweater and pull on some cute boots. One of my favorite things about the fall is having …
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Say it with me… “Hi, Bree!” I planned on posting this a while ago, but… you know. Ha. Seriously, though. I feel like I’ve been a horrible procrastinator when it comes to the business side of From Bree with Love. There are so many things I have planned for…
Say it with me… “Hi, Bree!” I planned on posting this a while ago, but… you know. Ha. Seriously, though. I feel like I’ve been a horrible procrastinator when it comes to the business side of From B…
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I don’t know about you, but during the work day when 2:30/3 p.m. hits, my energy hits as well – the wall, that is. It really doesn’t matter what I’m doing – working, watching television, shopping – all of my energy just all drains right out of me. And,…
I don’t know about you, but during the work day when 2:30/3 p.m. hits, my energy hits as well – the wall, that is. It really doesn’t matter what I’m doing – working, w…
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Being a mom is the hardest and most rewarding thing I’ve ever done. And, when you’re pregnant, EVERYONE wants to give you advice. However, there are a few things that they either don’t think to tell you, or want to leave for you find out yourself. I’m…
Being a mom is the hardest and most rewarding thing I’ve ever done. And, when you’re pregnant, EVERYONE wants to give you advice. However, there are a few things that they either don …
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One in five children in the U.S. don’t get the food they need. That’s 16 million kids in that struggle with hunger. Now that school’s back in session, know that three out of four teachers say their students regularly come to school hungry.* Now through…
One in five children in the U.S. don’t get the food they need. That’s 16 million kids in that struggle with hunger. Now that school’s back in session, know that three out of four …
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Hey, loves! I’m sharing my August favorites! Let me know what things you were loving last month! After you watch the video, see below for the links to products mentioned.   FASHION Victoria’s Secret T-shirt Wireless Bra Black and White Converse BEAUTY La…
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Fall is here, and with it comes some chilly, rainy days. If those days fall on a weekend, what do you do with your kids who would normally be spending time outside? I’ve put together a list of 10 ideas of things your kids can do to keep them busy on rainy…
Fall is here, and with it comes some chilly, rainy days. If those days fall on a weekend, what do you do with your kids who would normally be spending time outside? I’ve put together a list of 10 i…
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Confident [kon-fi-duh nt] adjective having strong belief or full assurance; sure sure of oneself; having no uncertainty about one’s own abilities, correctness, successfulness, etc.; self-confident; bold Kids can sometimes be sensitive beings. As parents,…
Confident [kon-fi-duh nt] adjective having strong belief or full assurance; sure sure of oneself; having no uncertainty about one’s own abilities, correctness, successfulness, etc.; self-conf…
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I’ll start by saying that there are hundreds of uses for coconut oil, from cooking to beauty to household. I wanted to share, with you, several that I use. So, here are some of my favorite everyday uses for coconut oil. Beauty & Skin Care – When it comes…
I’ll start by saying that there are hundreds of uses for coconut oil, from cooking to beauty to household. I wanted to share, with you, several that I use. So, here are some of my favorite ev…
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Earlier this week, the hubs, the kid and I headed down to Chene Park to go to the UniverSoul Circus. Even though it was a school night, I could resist going. It’s by far my favorite circus. I wasn’t able to get a ton of photos, but follow the hubs on…
Earlier this week, the hubs, the kid and I headed down to Chene Park to go to the UniverSoul Circus. Even though it was a school night, I could resist going. It’s by far my favorite circus. I…
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Trying to make friends as an adult can be tough. Most times it feels like dating, doesn’t it? Whether you’re lucky enough to have a core group of friends whom you see weekly, or you struggle to stay in touch with friends strewn across the globe, it’s…
Trying to make friends as an adult can be tough. Most times it feels like dating, doesn’t it? Whether you’re lucky enough to have a core group of friends whom you see weekly, or you struggle to sta…
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Time for my August favorites! What were your faves for August?
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Lifestyle, parenting & relationship blogger. Influencer. Detroit girl. Lover of family, reading, writing, photography, music, sci-fi and horror movies.


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The only reason we ended up at the Red Roof Inn was because everywhere else, that was reasonably priced, was all booked. RRI was definitely not our first choice, but the photos online looked nice so we decided to give it a chance. We figured, what’s the harm? It was only going to be for one night anyway. Famous last words. When we pulled up, it looked a lot like your typical RRI, but also like some sort of tenement housing from the early 1900's. The lobby was clean and newly-remodeled, but had a weird smell. The grounds were clean(ish), but still had a junky look about them. Once in our room we noticed it had an off smell as well - like old cigarettes & French fries. It was actually the same weird smell from the lobby. At first glance, the room looked OK. But, upon deeper inspection, we noticed several disgustingly-filthy things: • Even though there was new(ish) furniture, some was chipped and smudged like it hadn't been cleaned in a while and some was just downright dirty. There were also a few bits of trash along the edges of the room. • Also, the walls, doors, windows, window sills, etc. - all filthy. Whoever did the cleaning before we checked in did a really crappy job. • When you book the room, they ask how many ppl will be staying. I indicated three people, so why are there only 2 facecloths and 2 bath towels? We had two beds, odds are we have more than two people. • They didn't give us new soap in the shower. They LEFT THE SOAP FROM THE PREVIOUS OCCUPANT. It was open and obviously used and there was something on it - maybe a pube? It looked like a pube, but I'm not positive. Still gross, though. • Speaking of pubes, there was definitely a pube in the bottom of the bathtub, and the shower curtain had dirty smudges and fingerprints on it. • After seeing the craptastic cleaning job they did on the room, I was impressed they actually left us bath products to use. Unfortunately, I think someone had already used them first. Either that, or someone just decided to vandalize them with a red pen. And, I know this isn’t a big deal, but it just goes to show how horrible a cleaning job was done. There was NO attention to detail paid, and it’s the details that matter. On our way out to the wedding shower, I stopped by the office to sign the sheet and tell them how disgusting the room was. The guy at the counter gave me an insincere apology, affected an “appropriately shocked” look and asked if we wanted to switch rooms. I declined, for three reasons, really: 1. We were on our way out and wouldn't be back until late, meaning we wouldn’t be able to move our things (and I’ll be damned if I let them do it). 2. They were “all filled up,” I loathe to think what kind of room they’d put us in next. The next room would probably be even worse. 3. We would be checking out in the morning anyway. I'd hoped that while we were gone, they'd send someone up to clean the room – hell, at least clean the revolting bathroom. That hope was dashed when we got back and they hadn't even replaced the disgusting soap – the soap I told him was USED AND HAD A PUBE ON IT. At least the beds were OK. Upon inspection, they looked clean (we definitely checked for bedbugs) and were comfortable enough. Unfortunately, after experiencing the clean state of the rest of the room, I couldn't even sleep that well. I know what you’re all thinking, “It’s the Red Roof Inn, what did you expect?” Well, for the ridiculously high $130/night I paid, I expected to have a clean room, enough washcloths/towels, an iron that was made in the 21st Century, a clean bathroom WITH NEW SOAP, and NO F-ING PUBIC HAIRS. But, hey, desperate times call for desperate measures. I’m pretty sure that’s the only way these types of lodgings stay in business.
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