In my early twenties I spent too much time shaming myself and my tomboy ways. Wishing I had been a girl inclined to sitting pretty instead of skating down the stairs. As I settle into my thirties now I recognize more and more, there’s no shame in our scars.
It’s been quite some time since I’ve delved into what I do to keep my moneymaker looking top notch. We’re talking skincare today friends. As a kid I often asked my mother if I could
I often spend my days and at times late nights, perusing Pinterest. Not in search of anything in particular but instead just gathering inspiration in all forms as it comes. In this fresh series I
We live in a world where the “snapback” – a phrase deemed by the social media generation, to mean how quickly a woman’s body snaps back into shape or to its previous pre-baby state, is
Have you ever felt you’re longing for someplace you’ve been to before? Lately I’ve been feeling this pull toward Paris so much it’s almost strange. Like I can feel the air around the Siene, I
I read a book a few years ago when I was struggling to develop a sense of style. It asked loads of questions, gave examples of people to look at, and ultimately gave you a
For years I’ve struggled with trying to find a deodorant that doesn’t cause me any grief. I’ve tried it all – a multitude of brands that promised to leave me dry and funk free but
The sound of her bracelets alerted me every evening of her return. The gentle click clack of her heels coming around the corner, long day resting on her shoulders. My mother often returned home from