Together Anything is Possible

 You know those weeks where you just feel down on yourself. No motivation, in a slump I guess would be the right word. Last week I was really feeling the blues – moving into a new decade of my life, not pushing myself with work, in a rut with exercise, not sleeping very well, distracted from my time with Charlie. I didn’t feel like myself.

Dave had arranged a big group of friends to join us in Wisconsin for my birthday, and honestly, I kept thinking “I’m too tired” to celebrate. However, it ended up being the best weekend. I walked away feeling so loved, refreshed, energized and confident in myself that my 30th year was going to be the start of a new motivated, determined and positive me.

Heather and I were shooting this look the other week and this sign made me so happy. Together anything is possible! There is power in numbers and when life gets tough you ask for help, push yourself, step out of your comfort zone, fight for what you want and just keep swimming. This saying rings especially true given the state of our world these days.

It all begins and ends in your mind. What you give power to, has power over you, if you allow it. Positive vibes people and never stop looking up, you don’t know what you might miss. Those are my words of wisdom on this beautiful Friday, now go out and do things that make you feel happy. Love you all!


In other news! This outfit is basically my uniform lately. All of you were so excited about this top when you saw it on my instagram. It is finally in stock! I’m wearing a small and it is mean’t to have a drape/billowy fit. Also, again with my favorite jeans. Seriously they are really the only pair I wear these days. I threw on my glitter loafers to spice up this look a bit. They are super comfortable and the loafer style is huge for fall. xoxo

What I’m wearing: BURU White Drape Tee  //  Frame Denim (true to size, maybe even size down)  //  Sole Society Glitter Loafers c/o  //  Sole Society Duffle Bag c/o  //  Karen Walker Sunnies

Photos by Heather Talbert

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