Leading up to the new year, I saw that instead of setting unattainable goals people were choosing a word to describe 2018. I wanted to do that but I couldn’t find a word that really meant something to describe how I wanted the new year to go. Until, last week. As I was coming up with […]
It’s exactly one year ago that I published my first post on this blog! My first post (you can read it here) was about how I struggled with self-love. I had been through my first heartbreak (you can also read about that story here); I felt completely lost and I just didn’t know what to […]
At the beginning of July, I took a week vacation with my parents in Nashville, Tennessee. We’ve been here multiple times and it’s one of our favorite places to visit. By no means am I an expert on anything Nashville, but I want to share everything that we did over the course of the week!
Over a year ago, I had my first heartbreak and real breakup. I mean I had a ‘breakup’ in high school that I was sad about, but we dated for a month so like does that really count? Not really.
I felt unmotivated and uninspired by everything I was writing and the pictures I was taking – it all just seemed boring to me. So, I took an unintentional break to recharge and gain a new perspective. I’ve also been incredibly busy with college and work so writing began to feel like a chore and I was not willing to put out content that feels forced or I’m not happy with.
There is an incredible misconception about what being a feminist means. It’s all too often thought of as being a dirty word or a man-hating agenda – all which are far from the truth. Simply put, being a feminist is the equality among the sexes socially, politically, legally, and economically.
I never used to be big into the law of attraction, or things like actually writing down my goals. But more than half of my new year’s goals involved getting closer to my dream life, and whatever I was doing in the past just wasn’t cutting it; I knew I had to try different methods.