I had my partner, Kit write this post for all you humans who are buying for the masculine-leaning woman in your life. I hope you find it useful!
You know the one's right? I have three pairs of the coziest lounge wear from the Gap and below are a few of my favorite finds (I definitely have those J.Crew one's on my X-mas wish list).
Obviously, I have to have a section like this. I'm a huge fan of crystals and tarot decks, but I know it's sometimes hard to know where to start. Featured below are my favorite things to give those witchy friends in your life PLUS a related giveaway. Scroll down to see how you can enter! … Continue reading For the Witches in Your Life
The first time I watched Elizabeth Gilbert's TED Talk, "Your Elusive Creative Genius," I felt understood. Here was a woman who wrote despite the fact that sometimes she felt lonely, fed-up, and like her "greatest success was already behind [her]." I've been writing for what feels like years, but in actuality isn't that long. I've … Continue reading Why My Byline Does Not Determine My Success
Today is November 6th and it is Election Day! I'm really hopeful that you've all made a plan for the day ahead and found your local polling place, but if you haven't this website will tell you: https://www.vote.org/polling-place-locator/ Though voting is a right, and should be treated as such, I also know I have allowed things … Continue reading Vote Like You Mean It
I wrote the following in my Style School Alumni group last night: You guys, gosh it's so true that getting dressed can completely change your attitude. We got home from an errand and I needed to call my mother. She wanted to order me a Christmas gift she knew I wanted but couldn’t figure out … Continue reading The Truth About Inside Out Congruency
We all deal with rejection in our own ways. I try to turn negative feelings and/or situations into something more positive when I can. I know it's just as important to feel the negative things as it is to celebrate the positive ones, but when it comes to writing, I know too much negativity can … Continue reading This is a Story About Rejection: An Interview with Founder of Grlsquash, Madison Trapkin
On the coattails of yesterday's post, where I share what I found thrifting in Williamsburg, today I'm sharing my top 5 favorite places to thrift in Massachusetts. I hope you check them out and/or let me know where you like to thrift in the comments section. Savers in West Roxbury I have never left here … Continue reading Top 5 Favorite MA Thrift Stories
I highly recommend when you come to New York City, you make a pitstop in Williamsburg. There amongst cute coffee shops, more trees, and a generally calmer air, are the thrift stores. Oh sigh. They're just so damn good here, albeit more expensive. But, I always say, you get what you pay for. Yesterday, was … Continue reading Crossroads Trading Company in Williamsburg
I have to say, I don't think it's ever too early to start holiday shopping. Usually, I roll my eyes at the pre-Halloween Christmas decor, but this year I'm getting a jumpstart. I just found out that we're going to do a family gift exchange on Thanksgiving (to avoid X-mas traveling with gifts) and because … Continue reading What I’ve Bought For Christmas Already (Seriously)