Target bathing suit must haves!

Anyone else last minute packers for trips? Anyone else forget the most important things you need for a trip when you procrastinate to the last minute? Just me. Ok.

On our trip at the beginning of the month I waited until seriously the last minute (ten minutes before I had to leave), but I was proud of myself because for the first time I made piles of the necessary items all over my living room. I would just put the piles of things in my suitcase when I woke up. Great in theory, terribly executed. I was so tired that I rushed and forgot probably the most important pile. The one containing my bathing suit, flat iron, false eyelashes, heels, and my Ipad. Why all of my most important things were in one pile you may ask? BECAUSE I DIDNT WANT TO FORGET ANY OF IT SO I PUT IT TOGETHER.

To say I was distraught is an understatement but I rolled with the punches and when I got to Florida I took a trip to my second home… TARGET.

To my delight, my sisters also forgot some pretty major things so they tagged along with me. And to make the situation even better… THEY WERE HAVING A SALE ON SWIMSUITS!

I grabbed a super cute mauvish pink one piece (still not super sure if I’m in love with it) and the most fun metallic pink top that I paired with black bikini bottoms.

Hope couldn’t pass up that green suit that you have seen several times on our Insta and Noelle snagged a pink multicolor stripped one piece.

I was planning on sharing about Target swim once it got a little warmer here in Pittsburgh but RIGHT NOW they are having a buy one get one 50% off deal that is too good to pass up.

Here are the ones we got and the ones that are on our wish list this week!

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Florida Getaway Recap| Target swimwear, Sophia tries oysters, and a Sunday Funday to top all Sunday Fundays


Our dad turned 50 at the beginning of the month and he wanted to do a trip to celebrate. We toyed with the idea of heading to seven springs for a ski/snowboard/tubing trip (more like just tubing since we aren’t that coordinated to ski or snowboard). We all were down for it but honestly after thinking on it none of us wanted to spend a winter vacation somewhere cold and snowy.

Next best thing: South Florida.

For those that don’t know, we have family that live near Ft Lauderdale and we used to visit twice a year growing up. Once at Christmas and once in July (when Hope and I would participate in a flag football summer camp… one of my favorite memories). As we all got older and busier it got harder and harder to coordinate times that worked for all of us and for them as well.

Luckily for us, the weekend after my dads birthday we all were free!!!

Hope did some browsing and found super cheap flights and within a few hours our trip was booked!

This was the first time in years that all seven of us (our parents, us, and our little brother) were able to take a vacation together. That alone made this trip special before we even left.


Our flight was around 11 Friday morning and due to our procrastination in packing… we just made our flight. No biggie who wants to sit in an airport for hours. The only thing we wanted was a Bloody Mary to go from Fridays anyways… To our dismay every Friday’s in the airport was closed.

Spirit Airlines to the rescue. Yes Spirit is cheap. Yes the only thing you get when you purchase the ticket is the seat. But… they do offer Bloody Mary’s and a surprisingly good cheese tray (and you got two for $28 so I’d say all was right in the world).



Marshall’s sent us a gift card and we all decided the best thing to do with it is buy an investment piece of luggage. We got this amazing hard case white piece of luggage for only $60!

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When we arrived in Florida we were greeted by our Uncle and cousins and all was right in the world again. Our Uncle’s latest obsession is cooking on a Big Green Egg… Yes I know it sounds weird but it is this smoker/grill that looks like a green egg/lime. Looks crazy but the food was amazing!

We all lounged outside by the pool, soaking up the sun, and attempting to learn gymnastic tricks from our 12 year old cousin (watch our latest YouTube video to see what I mean lol) while he cooked.

We capped off the first day by being joined by our other Uncle and our Aunt Joy who flew in from LA.


Lets just say trying to get 20 people out the door by 10 am for an eight grade confirmation mass is nothing short of crazy. But we did it.

After Mason’s confirmation we made a little visit to our favorite place on earth… TARGET!

Anytime we go literally anywhere on a trip, if there is a Target we are going to make a stop there.

This wasn’t a fully unnecessary stop. I’m an idiot and forgot to bring a bathing suit. To Florida *insert face palm*.

Target to the rescue. I was able to find two that I loved and Hope and Noelle also found a couple too (check out this Mondays blog post to see more!).

After our short trip it was back to the house for another afternoon of pool lounging and relaxation.

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Go big or go home (or go big before you go home lol).

On the last day of our trip the whole gang headed out on the clear blue water and had a boat dance party!

Sunday was supposed to be overcast and rainy and a boat day did not look like it was in the cards. When we woke up however, the skies were clear and it was HOT!

We spent the day dancing, jumping off the boat, lunching on the water (Sophia attempted to try oysters and it was an epic fail lol), and soaking up every last drop of sun.

If you want to see our whole day then watch our video here:


What to do in ASHEVILLE, NC

This past weekend my fiance and I took a trip to Asheville, NC with his parents. They had been planning on going for months and they knew we needed a little break from constant wedding planning so they asked us to go along. I’ve been to the Carolinas quite a few times but Asheville ranks number one on my list after this little trip.

Asheville is a a city that has such a at home, small town vibe. Everyone there was so warm and welcoming. Below I am giving you a glimpse at some of the things we did while down there from the food to the drinks to where to go to see the best views of those gorgeous Blue Ridge Mountains.



The Food|

If you know us by now, then you know that we LOVE us some food. My whole day is spent around what I want to eat next. Let me tell you, Asheville is the place to be for any foodie at heart (NO CHAIN RESTAURANTS!!)! I don’t want to exaggerate but the options were endless when it came to places to eat.

While we were down there, we stayed in West Asheville, about 10 minutes from Downtown and in that small area alone there were two dozen unique restaurants.

We got to Asheville on Sunday and the first thing we did was head to Wicked Weed, a restaurant/ brewery. Ethan’s parents had been there before and raved about the food. It did not disappoint. I got their pork belly sandwich and it melted in my mouth.


After lunch we checked into the Airbnb we set out to find a bar where we could watch the Steeler’s game. They did not disappoint. Every bar we walked into had the game on the big screen which made this little Pittsburgh girl’s heart happy.

After walking around every square inch of the city, we decided to end the day with… PIZZA!!!

We asked a local who had the best pizza and they pointed us to Asheville Brewing. We ordered the Cheeseburger Pizza (my all time favorite type of pizza) and loved it so much that we ordered another one to go.

After a much needed night of sleep, we headed out Monday morning to find the best southern breakfast.

Right up the hill from where we were staying was the cutest breakfast joint, Biscuit Head. They specialized in well BISCUITS. From biscuits and gravy to the most delicious biscuit and bacon sandwich with a poached egg on top. I ordered the biscuits with fried chicken gravy and think I ascended into heaven.


The icing on the cake was their bacon that was cooked to perfection and their array of homemade hot sauces from Sol Shine to Chocolate Habanero.

Monday rained until late into the afternoon. When I say rain, I mean torrential downpours that caused all of their rivers to flood and countless Silent Hill type of alarms to go off all afternoon. That did not stop us from exploring the outskirts of Asheville. We traveled down to Bat Cave and checked out the array of little shops along the stretch.

Once we were done shopping it was time for a late lunch. We couldn’t visit the south without trying out some BBQ. We found a little restaurant a few miles outside of the city called Creekside Taphouse. Their menu was limited so we tried… everything. Pulled pork, brisket, slow cooked beans, mac n cheese, potato salad, and cole slaw. Their homemade sauces made it even better.


After lunch and a much needed nap, it was time for dinner. We checked out another restaurant that was close to where we were staying. A little taco place called Zia Taqueria. I usually eat twice a day so squeezing in another meal seemed like a tall order, but who can say no to tacos.


Tuesday was our last day there and we ended our food adventure by checking out the Taproom at Sierra Nevada. Pretzels, Bangers and Mash, and fresh chicken wings ended our trip on a high note.


The Drinks|

For Asheville being a city on the smaller side, it did not disappoint in their beer selections. There were dozens of breweries all throughout the cities ranging from the smaller ones like Wicked Weed and Thirsty Monk (both had brew pubs in the city) to the big dogs like New Belgium and Sierra Nevada. In our few days there we visited quite a few of them.

Sunday we visited a few of the smaller ones that were downtown. Wicked Weed’s industrial vibe reminded me of some of my favorite Pittsburgh spots. Thirsty monk had three levels with a different bar on each floor, Belgium style beers in the basement, American style beers on the first floor, and on the top floor a member’s only cocktail bar that had the most amazing view of the city.


On Monday we had a brewery tour scheduled for New Belgium and no amount of rain was going to stop us.


Our tour guide was amazing, there were quite a few complimentary beers, and we even got to ride down a slide on the 90 minute tour.

Tuesday we took a self guided tour of Sierra Nevada before we headed home. It was amazing to see how different the two bigger breweries were. New Belgium was relatively new to the area and still in its growing stage while Sierra Nevada was a full blown estate with solar panels everywhere, a mile long driveway with intricate rose gold gates at the entrance.


The Views|

The trip to Asheville took us around seven hours and views on the way were breathtaking (if you saw our instastories then you got a small glimpse of it). The leaves on the trees were the most beautiful reds, oranges, greens, and yellows. The mountains went on for miles.

On Monday we planned on going to Chimney Rock, but the rain stopped us at the gate where we were able to watch the calm rivers that turned into raging rapids from all of the rain.


The sun came out on Tuesday and we were able to travel through the Blue Ridge Parkway and take in those beautiful mountains. IMG-6857IMG-6903IMG-6906IMG-6914IMG-6916

While our trip was short, I feel like we did so much. I have a new found love for this little city and I cannot wait to travel back next year with Ethan’s family for Thanksgiving.

If you have been to Asheville before, I’d love to know what you did while there!

As always,


Bachelorette Party in the Vineyards

To say this past week has been insane would be an understatement!

In the span of seven days I traveled 2 hours north to Erie to celebrate one of my best friend’s bachelorette party (what this post is about), then I came home for a few hours Sunday and at night I hopped into the car with my fiance and his family to head to St. Louis to meet his grandmother, I came home Wednesday around 7 am and then headed to work, and Thursday am I got into the car again and headed to Canton, OH where we watched our uncle become enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Fame! Whew.

I’ll get to all of these trips one by one and tell you why each was so special and so much fun. Today we are going to start from the beginning and I’m going to tell you all about my trip to the Erie Wine Trail.



My best friends Ashley is getting married this October and for her party she wanted to do something not so crazy and a lot more intimate. We all decided that instead of taking to the city and all the clubs it has to offer, that we would instead drive the two hours to Erie, PA and spend the day at the many wineries it has to offer. This was my first time visiting the wine trail and I was not disappointed in the least bit.


Before  I even start talking about the trip I want to talk all about the shirts! My best friend Nikki and a co-bridesmaid in Ashley’s wedding owns Belle and Whistles, an apparel company that focuses on the sports lover. Her shirts are so cute and comfortable (I am currently wearing one while I type this!). In the last year, people that loved her sports shirts wanted her to help them with shirts for other big life events. Bachelorette parties being the biggest hit! Nikki asks all about the bride and where you are going for the party and creates the perfect shirt. She made wine squad goals shirts for us and everyone stopped and asked about them. If you want to get your own bachelorette shirts then Nikki is definitely your girl.

Back to business…

We got a room at the Holiday Inn Express right at the beginning of the trail and ubered our way down to the first winery, Arundel Cellars!

This was the first one we went to and hands down the best. Not only was the wine excellent, but the staff was so helpful during our tasting and extremely nice while we explored the vineyards on their property! We laughed non stop and may have taken a few too many pictures (don’t worry i’ll spare you all!).


The next winery we visited was Penn Shore Winery.  We opted to do a tasting here too and their staff was young and a ton of fun. We laughed for hours, pretended to be from someplace far away, and even came away with a few souvenirs. As the evening progressed, the winery set up for a live show outside and the place became a mad house! People were coming in from all over and we decided this was the best time to make our exit. It was time for some food!


We headed closer to town and stopped in a sports bar where we pigged out of fries, crab cakes, chicken tenders, and a few vegan options for my bestie Nikki!


We had all intentions of staying up all night and drinking wine until the wee hours of the morning. However, after traveling and drinking wine all day, we passed out by 10 o’clock…

This trip was so much fun in so many ways. We laughed and cried and the friendship between some of my best friends got only closer.

As always,






Memorial Day at Cook’s Forest

Hi guys!

I hope you all are enjoying your weekends so far! Today I want to recap my Memorial Day weekend.

Every year Ethan and I visit different state parks on the holiday weekend, this year we traveled to Clarion, PA to Cook’s Forest. This was my first time here and it was gorgeous. We decided that we were going to go kayaking (my first time ever yikes!). We were hoping to go on a ten mile excursion but since the water was so high from the previous night’s rainstorm, we were only able to do four. Which was a blessing in disguise because kayaking is quite the arm workout…


I loved it so much. It was so relaxing floating down the river being able to truly step away from reality for a bit.

When we were done we decided to explore the park a little bit more. We found ourselves at an old forest firehouse deep in the woods. This structure was massive! From the ground I was pretty pumped to climb it, but as I went up and the stairs started to shake and the landings got thinner and thinner my excitement started to dwindle. It was pretty scary actually, but when I made it to the top (well close to the top) the view was worth every stair climbed. You could see the whole park!



After that little adventure, we loaded back in the car and drove to Slippery Rock to dine at a funky little brewery, North Country. I have never been before, but Ethan and his dad had and they raved about the food. They were not wrong.

We walked into the brewery and it was so eclectically decorated. It looked like a log cabin and had signs plastered everywhere and so many knick knacks that made it feel like you were eating at your great grandmother’s house.

We opted to sit outside in their backyard patio area. The outside’s decoration was not much different from the insides. Once outside I felt like I stepped onto the set of one of the Hobbit movies (one of my favorite movies). There was ivy everywhere, large wooden tables, little woodland creature statues littering the fireplace mantels. It was truly an experience.


For lunch we chose fried green beans and buffalo chicken dip for an appetizer. After that I ate the most delicious crab cake burger and Ethan picked their golden barbecue pulled pork (shocker!).


Here’s is our latest vlog on my day trip! Make sure to subscribe so you don’t miss any of our vlogs!

Memorial Day Vlog

As always,


Mo goes to Mexico!


So I 100% thought I’d be able to get this post up yesterday for Mondays with Mo, but hey life happens and instead I went kayaking with my fiance and his dad (pics to come!). I decided to work on it a little bit more last night since there was so much to cover. And alas, here is every detail about my latest trip to… MEXICO! The who, what, when, and where of it and an accompanying vlog below also on our youtube. Be prepared and get your snacks because its a long one.

The who• My fiance’s brother, Tyler, proposed to his gorgeous girlfriend, Jackie, last year on Easter and they told us from the get go that they wanted a destination wedding. They decided Mexico because it is their favorite place to vacation. So last week Ethan, his parents, and his brother Jake loaded up and headed to the airport to meet about 40 of Tyler and Jackie’s closest friends and family (lucky for me these people over the past five years have become the same to me).

The what• A wedding silly!

The when• We left early Sunday morning from Pittsburgh international and stayed all the way up to Wednesday. I know, I know. Only a few days, but when you are an all-inclusive newbie like me, that is all you need. Trust me. I was worn out and overly tan (maybe a little sunburnt…). The rehearsal dinner was Monday night and the wedding on Tuesday. Honestly some of the most fun days in my life.

The where• In Mexico we stayed at a Dreams Resort. Dreams Riviera Maya to be exact. This resort was more than gorgeous! You walked into a huge open lobby with the sea breeze blowing in. We were greeted with warm, aloe towels and a glass of refreshing champagne. Quite the start to vacation. A quick check in led us to our hotel room. Saying hotel room doesn’t do this place justice. The huge open room housed a Jacuzzi tub, a shower that could fit ten, a long double vanity, and a massive king sized bed. Off of the room was a cute balcony perfect for a morning coffee (we decided to skip this because the beach and pool were calling our name bright and early each day). The pool area was massive with three different pools. A shallow pool perfect for the kiddos and for the ping pong tables that they had, a pool equipped with basketball hoops and volleyball nets, and a massive pool with a pool bar extending the one end of the pool. Off of the pool area was a ramp to the beach. Coming off the ramp you are greeted by the coolest bar in the resort, The BARacuda, a cool, shack like bar with swings standing in for traditional bar stools. Swinging with a drink in hand on the beach was one of my favorite parts about the trip. After the bar the beach is filled with just about anything you could need. Personal cabanas that anyone can use, a beach volleyball court, soccer nets, crystal clear water, and hammocks hanging everywhere for you to lounge around. During our trip we ate at just two of the several restaurants available at the resort. The first night we enjoyed a delicious meal at their Hispanic restaurant, El Patio, with stuffed poblano peppers and Don Julio galore. The second night, rehearsal dinner night, we dined at the Seaside Grille, I ate their grouper meal while my fiance Ethan ate a seafood linguine that I have been craving ever since (stay tuned for my attempt at recreating it later this week).

I never thought that I would fall in love with Mexico. I was prepared to have a lot of fun, but I did not prepare for the experience I had. I got to share some incredible moments with equally incredible people. I got to share in a magical day for two people that I love dearly. I got to finally unplug and spend quality time with Ethan, something that I rarely get to do with our busy schedules.

Along with the gorgeous resort, the staff of Dreams was unlike any other. I never needed a single thing, anytime I could think of something I needed they were already right there with it in their hand. The second day we were there, the pool bar server ran up to me and asked if we enjoyed the rest of our night and brought over the drinks we had ordered the day before (HE REMEMBERED EACH OF THEM!). I lost my brand new GoPro the first night, I know I cringe thinking about it too, but when I went up to the front desk they had it safely tucked away for me. True angels!

To wrap it all up, I give Mexico a thumbs up and Dreams two huge thumbs up.

I am already ready to plan our next trip!

I was so excited to try this out on this trip. I got some really cool shots. Can’t wait to use it more.
So many shameless pictures coming your way.
So happy to spend the week with my honey

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BARacuda swing bar
This mirror was giving me life on this trip. Massive wall to wall.


Born to Be Designs!
More swing bar fun
My future in laws!


Forgotten selfies
The new Mrs. Hellwig


The almost new Mr. and Mrs.
The venue was out of this world
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They did it!
The three Hellwig boys
Now the wind was playing tricks (PS I thrifted this dress for $7!)


The Hellwigs!


And as promised… My vlog of the trip! And make sure to subscribe to our Youtube! We have a ton of cool videos coming up soon.

Mo Goes to Mexico / A Very Hellwig Wedding

As always,




I hope you all had a fantastic Mother’s Day weekend!

We spent the weekend by beginning my Mom’s kitchen redo! Goodbye “tuscan yellow” walls and hello gorgeous gray walls.

Now on to the next exciting thing: MEXICO!

My fiance’s brother is getting married in the Riviera Maya next Tuesday and we are heading down this Sunday. I am so excited to have a quick little trip with my honey celebrating our favorite couple.

I have a handful of things that I still need to do before we leave, but today I decided to get a jump start on my packing. The first thing that I like to do is to get all of my makeup, hair care, and skin care in order. You know JUST the most important things.

So here is a little look into how I pack all of my beauty products and what I bring with me!

1◊ First thing that I like to do is to lay out of the brushes that I want to bring with me. Since it is a beach vacation I do not need to bring all of my brushes, just my most important ones. My must haves are: a foundation brush, a beauty blender, a big powder brush, a contour brush, a small, flat shader brush, a fluffy, blending brush, and a fan brush. I do not bother bringing my eyebrow brushes since I am bringing my NYX eyebrow pencil (which luckily has an eyebrow tool attached on the other end!). I typically like to wash my brushes two days before my trip (doing it the day before runs the risk of your brushes not drying properly!). I like to put my brushes in an oversized makeup bag all by themselves! The last time I put them in with a makeup product, said makeup product spilled all over my clean brushes and I spent the first day of my vacation cleaning it all up.


2◊ After I get all my brushes gathered, I gather up my eye shadow pallets that I am bringing. My Morphe 35o pallets are hands down my favorite! I bought the original 35o and became obsessed, but when the came out with the separate matte and shimmer pallets I knew they were a must have. I bring them everywhere with me. Another pallet that I am bringing is my new BH Cosmetics  88 Natural Eyeshadow Pallet. I just got it in the mail this week (one of those things I totally forgot purchasing so I was super excited when I looked in the mail box) and the options are endless. From pastels to black. It helps that the shadows are also highly pigmented and buttery soft. I’m gonna create a ton of fun, colorful Mexico looks with this one. As for packing… I used to carefully wrap my pallets in a hand towel and place them in the middle of my clothes in my suitcase. It worked awesomely until a few months ago when I traveled to Orlando and opened my suitcase to see eye shadow on half of my clothes. One of the pallets broke during the trip and was completely ruined. Now I wrap my pallets up and place them in my carry on. Since I only bring three they do not take up that much space and I am a lot more careful with them than others would be.


3◊ After I gather my eyeshadow pallets up, I choose the rest of my makeup products. First, I pick out which foundations I want to bring (light weight ones that I know will hold through the heat). I usually bring two because I hate bringing one that I think I want to use and changing my mind when I get there. I am going to be bringing my NYX Total Control foundation drops and my Maybelline Matte and Poreless foundation (I use shade 220).

Next, I grab my concealer, mascara, eyeliner, and brow pencil. These are all no brainers since I usually only use one type of these at a time (unlike my foundations that I change everyday). Right now I am loving the Maybelline Fit Me concealer, Maybelline Colossal Big Shot mascara, my NYX brow pencil, and my go to NYX matte black liquid liner.

Lastly for my makeup I grab a bronzer, a few pairs of eyelashes, AN SPF CHAPSTICK (burnt lips are never in style), and my setting spray and put all of it into a makeup bag. I do not pack a highlighter to go with me since my Morphe 35o Shimmer pallet has more than enough shades that pull double duty.

I put my makeup bag in the middle of my clothes in my main suitcase still (until something breaks again, then I will have to think of switching it up).

4◊ With the most important things being packed up, I move onto my skin care products. I keep it pretty simple for this. I pack a moisturizing face primer (Nivea Men’s Sensitive Post Shave Balm is seriously one of my favorites. Moisturizes and reduces any redness that I have), I pack an eye cream (Tarte has my favorite one at the moment), a brightening face mask, face wipes, an exfoliant face scrub, and a mild face soap. I keep it pretty simple with my vacation skin care. Just bringing the basics.

5◊ One of the last things that I do to pack my toiletries up is to gather some important hair care products. Shampoo, conditioner, and body wash are a must since I just can’t risk using those little bottles that the hotel provides you. I grab my hair spray, hair shine serum (I know that’s not the technical name for it but that’s what I call it), and a detangling hair brush.

The only hair tools that I bring are a blow dryer (once again you can’t risk not bringing it and the hotel not having a functioning one. You don’t want to sit there for an hour trying to dry your hair when it usually takes ten minutes) and my flat iron. I do not bring my curling irons because in the last year I have learned the art of creating the perfect beach waves with my handy dandy flat iron.

To finish up my hair products, I throw small elastics and a plethora of bobby pins into a small container so that they aren’t all over the place in my bag.


My hair products go in makeup bags as well and are placed in my main suitcase.

6◊ After this is all packed up, I think of all of my last minute essentials. Deodorant (which I throw in my carry one because you never know when you’re gonna need it), a few roll on perfumes that I can throw in my clutches, body lotion, andddd a TOOTH BRUSH AND TOOTH PASTE!

ANDDDDDD SUNBLOCK!!!! Spray, lotion, face, whatever way your cookie crumbles just don’t forget it. Even if you aren’t going to the beach it is important to have at all times.

So that is how I pack up my makeup-y products and hair products for my trips. Here is a quick checklist that you can use to make sure you aren’t forgetting anything when you make your next trip!



  • Makeup brushes
  • Foundation
  • Concealer
  • Mascara
  • Fake Eyelashes
  • Eyeliner
  • Eye shadow
  • A setting powder
  • A setting spray
  • Brow products
  • Face wipes
  • Face wash
  • Face mask
  • Eye Cream
  • Face primer
  • Lip products (SPF is necessary when at the beach!)
  • Hair elastics and bobby pins
  • Hair spray
  • Deodorant
  • Tooth brush
  • Tooth paste
  • Perfume
  • Flat iron
  • Hair dryer
  • Hair brush
  • lotion
  • AND don’t forget to bring sunblock! Protect that beautiful skin of yours please and thank you!

I hope I didn’t forget anything!

I hope you guys enjoy the rest of your day and let me know below what things you guys bring on your trips!

As always,