Transitioning to Safer Beauty Without Being Overwhelmed

Transitioning to Safer Beauty Without Being Overwhelmed

Let's talk better, safer beauty, we kinda owe it to ourselves. Where do I fit into this? If you have been following along with me on Instagram or Facebook, you know that I have been on a mission to transition to clean beauty. Buuuuut, what does this actually mean? It means that it finally resonated [...]

Humbling Ourselves and Readying for Reconciliation: My Opinion on the Current State of Our Hearts

Humbling Ourselves and Readying for Reconciliation: My Opinion on the Current State of Our Hearts

The warm sun shine brilliantly in the cloudless blue sky above. The lake glistens as the breeze swirls across the surface creating gentle waves. The air is filled with the sound of rustling leaves and the laughter of families enjoying one of the rare warm days of the summer. Today as I sit here on [...]

How Having a Chronic Illness can Make it Hard to See Your Worth

How Having a Chronic Illness can Make it Hard to See Your Worth

Can I have a moment of honesty with you?  I hate talking about my chronic illness. It frustrates me to openly talk about how hard having a chronic illness is (for many different reasons). However, I am continually learning how important it is to talk about our struggles. When we don’t, we not only isolate [...]

“Smiles” in Budapest: What to See When in Budapest

“Smiles” in Budapest: What to See When in Budapest

George Ezra is not lying in his song, Budapest, when he sings, “Miles in Budapest, oh my hidden treasure chest…”; this city truly is a treasure chest that is filled to the brim with treasures to be discovered. It was closed off after WWII, by Soviet communism, until just 1989. So really, foreign explorations of [...]