Today should technically be my blog’s 2 year birthday. And I should be really excited about that... right? Wrong. It actually makes me feel a lot like crying. As scared as I have been to let the cat out of the bag on this, I’m way more more tired of dreading this whole project in silence. It’s been two years too long and I just can’t let myself let this one go. I have too much riding on this. Too much pride. Too much hope.Read More
Wellll, wellll, well... Look what the cat dragged in. Feels like it's been a while since the last time I wrote one of these. Oh right, it has. Like over a year if we're really getting technical here. And honestly, a year away is far too much time when this decade is truly so short. I mean, precious.
All jokes aside, I am not too super-human to admit that this whole thing became a little overwhelming. I got so caught up in all the things I wanted to make this space and all the potential this little project of mine had that I completely forgot why I started it in the first place.Read More
We are constantly comparing ourselves to some ungodly standard and often use social media as a way to see how we match up. Our natural tendency has become the art of seeking approval from the masses. But what if we didn't do all of that validation searching? What if the standards weren't a comparison at all? I'm probably sounding crazy here, but stay with me. What if the only standard we held ourselves to was how good we felt in our hearts instead of how many hearts are displayed below our #selfies?Read More
I want to get one thing straight before we get any further; this is the one decade where #thehustle is everything and without it, we either won't get to where we want to be by the next decade of our lives or we won't appreciate the places we had to go and the things we have through to get there. What I'm trying to say is that being "overworked & underpaid" is not necessarily a bad thing; it's more like a theme of that we need to embrace in order to appreciate #thecomeup.Read More
Let's talk about what it means to be a #twentysomething in today's society; it's not always rainbows and butterflies. My fellow Millennials, #amIright!? I mean, we are looked at by most generations (sometimes even our own) like we need to have our lives together, goals to work toward (both personal and professional), an IG-worthy bod and cool stuff going on behind the scenes that (naturally) we need to share on social media with our followers, who in turn probably believe we actually have perfect lives by the pictures we paint for them. Here's the deal: We do not - I repeat, DO NOT - have it all together.Read More