We are all made of stardust. This is not some romantic, poetic, description of human beings, though it does sound like it. This is a fact. Unless you're one of the few who's still not so convinced about the whole Big Bang thing, scientists pretty much agree that that's how we started. So, basically, you... Continue Reading →
When we were little we fell off our bikes and scratched our knees. They would bleed for hours. It hurt to walk or sit; the bandaids covered the gashes, but we still felt them. Eventually, though, they healed. Bruises turned yellow and purple and black and blue. Scabs of bright red grew dark and then... Continue Reading →
Investing in yourself is one of the most basic, and most difficult, components of success. We often feel so uncomfortable and intimidated when promoting, investing in, or talking about ourselves and our accomplishments. It feels like we are bragging or full of ourselves or so many other things we try not to be or do,... Continue Reading →
Every single time you enter into a new relationship, accept a date request, or even swipe right and match with someone on Bumble, you will either marry that person, or you two will break up. It seems like a weird way to look at it, but it's true. There are obviously varying degrees of this: realizing it won't work out with Bumble bae is a lot less traumatic than realizing it won't work out with the person you've been living with for the last two years. No mater the circumstances, though, ending things with someone, or having them do the dirty deed, just sucks.
I am so excited to announce our first ever Inspiring 20Something! This week, we will be featuring the incredibly talented Joel Eriksson. At 24-years-young, Joel works as a full-time photographer, spreading his talent and positivity from bewitching beaches to our personal screens. His vibrant shots focus on blue skies, bluer waters, and beautiful bikinis. I had the pleasure of interviewing Joel about his journey, and I can't imagine speaking with someone more down to earth, passionate about what they do, or open-minded.
"You have no class," says the pretentious thirtysomething behind me. Be unapologetically you, and enjoy every second the way that YOU want to enjoy it.
Most of us dislike our significant other's exes. Whether we feel threatened, have heard bad stories, or are simply jealous, we rarely have a genuine reason for our dislike. We just do. This has always made me laugh because, if you really stop to think about it, he or she would actually be a perfect... Continue Reading →
Everyone reading this blog probably has at least one form of social media. In fact, you probably have several. How many hours do we spend each and every day stalking friends on Facebook, checking up on our Instagram likes, or pinning posts on Pinterest to discover new ways to keep up with the trends? I... Continue Reading →