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You have 1 Month to Get it Right

Today is December 1st which means we’re finally putting the Christmas lights up, warming the fireplaces and thinking ahead to those tricky New Year’s resolutions. As the year comes to a close I’ve noticed many people on social media discuss how 2018 “wasn’t their year” or maybe they could “try again next year.” But, the […]

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Fashion and Beauty

Fall Fashion: How I Style Blazers

Hey girl hey! It’s been getting cooler outside so last week I started pulling out my cool weather clothes. Sweaters…jackets… you know, the usual. As I was rummaging through storage bins, I realized I own A LOT of blazers. One blazer in particular, has been a piece in my closet since high school (2010 to be […]

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Poems

Poetry Picks: “For Telling the Truth Even When It Hurts”

Welcome back for another Poetry Pick Sunday! I really enjoy bringing you all of these poets and their beautiful pieces because I know I can’t be the only person that still enjoys poetry. It’s such a great way to use words, diction, tone and emotion to convey a message or feeling.  This week’s piece is […]

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Fashion and Beauty

Fall Fashion: How to Style Prints

Recently, I’ve been obsessed with the latest fashion trends and I wondered how I could express that love. Then it dawned on me that this blog is a reflection of me. Not only in thought but in physical form as well. I used to do a bit of fashion writing over at Freelancer Mag so why […]

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Updates

I Need Your Help

Today I’m bringing you something that is very near and dear to my heart. At the end of 2016, I had my first Christmas Drive for the Tallahassee, Fl community. That year, we distributed gifts to the homeless shelter and Lighthouse Children’s home. Last year, the drive raised $800 for gifts and this time we […]

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Updates

We Can’t Make America Great Again

Today has been difficult for me. Last night as I watched the midterm election results pour in, the hope and joy I felt of the possible restoration of America as I once knew it was quickly replaced by a deep sadness. I, like many people last night, expected a “blue wave” or the overwhelming election […]

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