To say life is crazy would be an understatement. I know I am not the only one. We all say how crazy our lives are, listing off everything contributed to the crazy as if it were a competition. The fact of the matter is, we all deal with our fair share of crazy. Some days,
*This post is sponsored by The Inn At Entrada, I received a complimentary stay as compensation. You know that feeling you get when your soul is in dire need of a vacation? Maybe it’s just me but I get this aching, fall into this constant state of unrest. That is when I can tell I
I am going to let you in on my biggest secret. No matter where you are visiting or vacationing I can tell you where you need to go to eat. Exciting right?! Eating is the best part of everyday life and it gets even better when you’re in a brand new place. It’s easy to
*This post is sponsored by Flow Acupuncture, I received a complimentary treatment as compensation. Acupuncture always intrigued me a bit, but I never thought I would give it a shot. Needles scare me (says the girl with six tattoos) (also the girl who has passed out almost every time she’s had blood drawn) and I consider
Happy April y’all! This year is flying by and now that we are into spring I realized I had hardly and pieces to wear in the warmer weather. As I purged my closet I got rid of a lot of impulse buys and cheaply made pieces, surprise surprise, the majority of those were for spring/summer.
At some point last year I made a realization – my need for a constant change of surroundings & my pure love of experiencing new places is not a bad thing. I have a “free spirit” as my therapist says & with that I decided that 2017 would finally be the year I truly spent
*Thank you to PinkBlush for providing pieces for this look book. All opinions remain my own. I am lucky(?) enough to live somewhere where we experience all four seasons and we experience them hardcore. Utah likes to play with its residents, making you think it will be a wintery day in the morning and leaving
About a month ago I introduced the first of many organizations I hope to spotlight on this little space of the internet – Daughter’s Rising. In case you missed my first post, Daughter’s Rising was founded in 2011 by Alexa Bay after she met a girl being trafficked in Chiang Mai. That began the journey
Happy International Women’s Day ladies! (let’s be honest, everyday should be women’s day, we are goddesses). Call me crazy, but being a woman hasn’t always been easy, and I sure as hell know I haven’t faced the end of my hardships, but womanhood is something to celebrate, to be proud of & a common denominator
At the age of 17 I became a mother. It was scary & exciting all at once. I had no idea what I was going into, I had just graduated high school, probably like most moms I didn’t have any time to really sit down an think about what I wanted motherhood to look like.