Truth be told, I'm not one for resolutions or steep goal setting. I don't like to set myself up for feeling like a POS if I deviate from a plan. So the less rigid the plan or intention, the better! Still, I think now that half of 2018 has passed, it's a good time to… Continue reading Mid-Year “Resolutions”
Today is a very special post! I was extremely privileged to interview Rooshy Roy, the Founder and CEO of aavrani, a new beauty company that offers a range of natural skincare products. You guys know I'm always excited about all things beauty, especially a new, cutting edge brand like this! This is even more meaningful to… Continue reading An Interview with Founder and CEO of aavrani, Rooshy Roy!
My post today is simply devoted to one of my favorite colors: bubblegum pink! There's something about it that's so vibrant, happy, girly, youthful, fun, and a little wild. Bubblegum pink has a firm root within popular culture, beauty, and fashion. Let me show you! Who could forget this epic opening scene, starring the color… Continue reading Bubblegum Pink!
*Before I get into today's post, I just want to thank friends and readers for their positive feedback and encouragement. If ever I had doubts about this blog, I certainly cannot now. So, again, thank you so very much.* Today's post includes some fun outfit ideas for the 4th of July! Now, I know it's… Continue reading Stars, Stripes, & Fashion!
The meaning behind our dreams is still a concept that evades us to this day. That being said, I find that most of my recurring dreams tend to be inherently anxiety or stress laden, though now and then I do have more neutral themes appear. What I thought I would do is conjecture on what… Continue reading Dream Interpretation
When I was little, I was very close with my older brother Bill. This was evident even when we were still quite little. Always cohorting or scheming. This continued into childhood. We would have nighttime meetings in our doorways after we were to go to bed. One time, we had a mission that we accomplished… Continue reading Bill
I'm thrilled today to share my interview with Zoe Ardito, kindergarten teacher extraordinaire, who also happens to be one of my best friends in the world and former roommate! One of the coolest things about Zoe is that being a teacher just seems to make sense if you know her, like it was meant… Continue reading An Interview with Kindergarten Teacher, Zoe Ardito
In a conversation with my friend Arie, who is about to receive her Masters in Clinical Social Work, she brought up something really interesting when I told her I was in a bit of a funk. She mentioned that perhaps tapping into more creative pursuits, like this blog, could be making me feel different. Not… Continue reading Activating the Creative Psyche