Not today, Amazon. NOT. TO. DAY. It’s time to show some love to some of my favorite small businesses, including fashion, home, local, and Black-owned. Let’s get shopping!
Change is powerful, yet uncomfortable. Change takes time, and it takes courage. In order to change, we must first swallow our pride. Next, look ourselves in the mirror, have the self-awareness to see what needs to be changed, and take one step forward to initiate the change. It’s time we get comfortable with the uncomfortable. That’s simply the only way we will get better. It’s the truly the only way we can move past social injustices and move towards becoming anti-racist together.
Since we are all holed up at home quarantine-style, I thought now would be the PERFECT time to launch my MOST REQUESTED SERIES: COCKTAIL OF THE WEEK. These will be simple, at-home cocktails that are fresh, clean, and of course, DELISH. Who’s ready for a quarantini or a French 75, perhaps? It’s 5 o’clock everywhere!
It was early Wednesday morning around 4am. I couldn’t sleep. The gravity of everything going on was simply wearing on me. I knew I wanted to help the people that were fighting for our health and safety…but I didn’t know how. I started scrolling Twitter and Instagram, looking for ideas. And I asked myself, “what was something simple that would make my day if I was on the frontline of all of this?” FOOD. The simple answer was FOOD.
I am so excited for this collaboration with The Summit to introduce you to Lush Cosmetics! I have to be honest, when they reached out to me, I had never heard of this HUGE beauty company. But once I started doing my research, I fell in love! For those of you that are already huge fans, well, hopefully you enjoy the pictures I shot and discover something new from Lush. For those of you that have been living under a rock like me, consider this your official guide to Lush Cosmetics!
Hi guys! I am still not sure how I feel about Black Friday, so I did not promote any of the sales. Yes, there are some AMAZING sales that allow people to save a lot of money around Christmas-time. But on the flip-side, I feel like Black Friday keeps getting moved up each year. For example, many stores were opening (and promoting Black Friday) at 6pm on Thursday. On THANKSGIVING. So, we spend all day giving thanks, then spend the entire next day fighting over stuff we want. And to think of all people in retail that ave to leave…