I don’t have a huge circle of friends but the ones I know are pretty cool, so whenever our busy schedules allow, I have a few ideas on how we can spend that time together.
My coworker Reagan had the bright idea to go out to an art show + drinks one Friday night after work and capture it all on Polaroids and it was honestly one of the best nights I’ve had in a loooong time.
For a lot of people, being in solitude is a bit scary. We live in a time where everyone is “busy” and our phones are permanently glued to our hands, so being alone can feel so weird that one might actually avoid it. I am not one of those people.
We cherish the support of regular friends + family for sure, but there’s something to be said about having friends who are on a journey that’s similar to your own.
Happy Valentine’s Day babez! On this special day of luuuuv, here are a few things you can do if you’re celebrating Valentine’s Day as a party of one.
It doesn’t have to be extreme, but implementing these 5 key steps will help day-to-day life get easier over time.
From travel, to personal style, to BTS looks at makers + creators, my goals + intentions of the 4th quarter are to continue to evolve and give a fresh perspective within the blogging community.
The first day of a new month always makes me happy. It serves as a clean slate, so if there’s anything that I’ve been wanting to start or change, it’s the perfect kickoff.
For the first time in a long time I had a free Saturday morning, so I decided to stop by the Dixon Museum before a client photoshoot last week.
Whether it’s to lose weight, make a career change, or to even learn a new skill, setting goals instead of making general resolutions will help you achieve what you want. And it’s actually pretty easy to do!