Thank you to everyone who has been a part of my journey here at Happily Audrey. Every comment, share and note from you has made this my happy place for the last two years and I am forever grateful for your time and friendship. If we’ve connected once, twice or a hundred times please know that I want to keep that connection going. My email (audrey@happilyaudrey.com) and Instagram (@audreyadair) will stay active so I can continue to create, share and grow with all of you. Please know this is a happy goodbye and one I am thankful to be able to share.

So many happy adventures, trends, conversations and ‘firsts’ of mine were shared here on Happily Audrey. Below is a collection of my favorite memories and posts to revisit and relive anytime I, or you, may like.

xx,

 

My Favorite Posts

A Happy Goodbye To Happily Audrey

A Happy Goodbye To Happily Audrey

While goodbyes are often associated with a negative context, let me make clear that this post is filled with nothing but positive and encouraging sentiments. Let this be a happy goodbye to Happily Audrey.  This is a post I’ve been struggling to write for a few weeks now. Not because it’s…

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Ladies, We’re All On The Same Team

Ladies, We’re All On The Same Team

Ladies, it’s time to have a serious chat. For generations we’ve been trained to consider each other as competition. To judge one another for our individual shortcomings as equally and harshly as our individual successes. To see each other as threats instead of opportunities; enemies instead of friends. It wasn’t…

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All Pink Everything For Day 1 At NYFW

All Pink Everything For Day 1 At NYFW

There’s something electric about being in the city, especially during New York Fashion Week. This is my second season attending the shows and the difference between this year and last year blows me away. Last year, I went in bright-eyed and bushy-tailed; solo, shy and clueless. This year, I was…

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How I Deal With Negativity

How I Deal With Negativity

I’ve said this time and time again and I’m sure I’ll say it again, but happiness takes work. It’s a choice, an action that only you can put into play. And just like happiness, negativity takes effort. Throughout my life, I’ve learned that there are people who take joy in…

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Moments At Home

Moments At Home

It’s been half a year since I shared a Moments At Home post and now that Sam, the pups and I are settled into our new Los Angeles apartment, I’m so excited to begin the series again and share glimpses from our home with all of you. Selling our house…

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How I Knew Sam Was The One

How I Knew Sam Was The One

I’m often asked how I knew Sam was the one and in all honesty there was never one singular, epic moment. Once I knew I wanted to spend my life with him, all of my doubt disappeared and everything became so clear. Clear that we put each other above ourselves,…

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Travel Guide: Exuma, Bahamas

Are you ready for a little winter escape because all this week we are heading back to the Bahamas on Happily Audrey! Sam and I recently spent a week on the island of Exuma and fell in love with absolutely everything about this piece of paradise. Surrounded by 365 out…

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Moments At Home

My favorite moments at home are the ones that have become part of our everyday. Everyday Sam makes me an iced latte after his morning run. Everyday the dogs want to play with their toys and run around the house. Everyday I stop to check on our plants and enjoy…

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Day 1 at New York Fashion Week (Video)

My very first New York Fashion Week experience is in full effect! We arrived on Saturday afternoon and I’ve been nonstop ever since we touched down. Here’s a look at my first outfit from the weekend and highlights from the Collina Strada presentation I attended. And make sure to scroll all…

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Moments At Home

It’s hard for me to believe that next month will mark two years since Sam and I moved into our first home together. Owning a home has always been a dream for me and even after owning our’s for some time now, there are moments when it hits me all over again;…

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Moments At Home

Not too long ago, I introduced this Moments At Home series and was surprised by how many comments you all left. Sam and I put so much sweat and love into these four walls and it’s always so rewarding to know other people enjoy it, too. This month, we reached…

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How To Plan A Last Minute Getaway

Last Wednesday evening the hubs and I were sitting on the couch thinking of what we could do for the coming weekend. “Oh, let’s go to the movies on Friday night.” “Or we could organize the closets Saturday.” Exciting stuff, right? With nothing really planned I started to think of…

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Moments At Home

Moments At Home

Owning a home has always been a dream of mine and when Sam and I got together that dream only got bigger. We’ve moved around so much in our short relationship that as soon as we realized we’d be able to spend some years living in Tampa, we jumped on the…

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Costa Rica Travel Vlog

It’s hard to believe that this time a week ago, Sam and I were getting ready to make the journey back home from our ten day adventure in Costa Rica. Having the capability to travel is such a blessing and one that I was constantly reminded of everyday of our…

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So You Want To Be A Consultant?

Since I started blogging, I’ve noticed that a lot of my friends and even family think it’s what I do for a living full-time. (Probably because I don’t post any pictures of me working in my yoga pants from my home office on Instagram.) And while running a blog can be…

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Why I’m Excited About Turning 30

Traditionally, the older we get the more we find ourselves dreading turning another year older. It seems after 25, there’s just not that much to get excited for but with every new year I reach, the more thankful I am for having the opportunity to have spent another year loving this life….

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How I Went A Month Without Alcohol

I don’t know when it happened but I recently came to realization that I needed to reevaluate my relationship with alcohol. It’s strange to think isn’t it? That you could have a relationship, a connection, with booze. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not tossing shots of tequila back at my desk…

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5 Tips For Making Travel A Priority

Photo: The Azure Window in Gozo, Malta “The life you have led doesn’t need to be the only life you have.” – Anna Quindlen This quote couldn’t be more true for me when it comes to travel. Growing up, my family rarely took trips beyond Florida’s coastline. Who needs to…

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5 Tips For Working From Home

I’ve been working from home ever since I started my communications consulting business two years ago and I will confidently admit that getting started was not easy. I’ve always been a self-starter and have no problems with autonomy – in fact, I prefer it. But when you become your own…

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Friendsgiving Dinner

There are two words that come to my mind when I think about Thanksgiving: Family and food… Lots and lots of food. The holiday season is officially here and I’m so excited to share today’s post to help get you in the spirit of the season. Thanksgiving is a time…

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Sookie + Bones: An Adoption Story

If you’ve been a reader of mine for awhile or if you follow me on Instagram, chances are you’ve seen a couple of cute and furry faces every now and then. Sookie and Bones are my and the hubs’ fur babies and they make up such a big part of our…

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Rome Travel Diary

The very first place I can ever remember wanting to go to as a kid was Rome, Italy. Sitting in my high school Latin class I was learning about a place lost in time; about Gods and epic quests, corrupt politics, innovations we still use today, and a language that…

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My Marie Claire Look

Dress (worn as a top): Lulu’s (similar here and here) | Skirt: J.O.A. via Revolve Clothing | Pumps: Charles by Charles David | Clutch: boutique find (similar here) | Earrings: Kate Spade (similar here) | Boater Hat: Urban Outfitters If you were skimming the pages of the July issue of Marie…

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