If you follow me on Instagram (you totally should be– do it now!), you know that I’ve been on a bit of a blogging vaycay. I’ve interrupted my regular posting schedule to get outside this summer and enjoy some fun in the sun. After months of rain, Seattle comes alive at this time of year and there is never a shortage of things to do.
Sandal season is in full swing and I’m loving it. I’ve waited a long time for summer to arrive in Seattle and since it will be gone before I know it, I’ve been milking every second of sunlight that I can get. Even when I lived in Florida, I don’t think I spent as much time in the sun as I have here. One thing
I’m 5’2. Some might say I’m vertically challenged, I prefer to say I’m fun size. All jokes aside, #ShortPeopleProblems is a real struggle. It’s especially challenging when it comes to shopping for jeans, more so if you’re plus size like me. The combination of the two can lead to fitting room frustration, a feeling I’ve felt one too many times. After finding myself in that
A few years ago there were only a handful of options for full-figured women and now brands are expanding their size ranges to appeal to the plus size woman. While many brands are becoming size inclusive, it doesn’t mean that they are doing plus size fashion the right way. Personally, I can’t tell you how many times I’ve felt frustrated with the boring plus size
For the last year, I’ve been in a transitional period of my life. I know I’m in a time of growth in my life, but the uncertainty that comes with it has been wrecking havoc on me. From moving across the country, to spending several months looking for a job, there’s not doubt that all of these changes have flipped my world. Because of that
I’m not good at talking about myself. It makes me feel weird, but I’ve been told that I’m too resserved and don’t share enough. Although I love to talk about my stylish lifestyle, I struggle with being open about my day-to-day. Can’t a private girl get a break? I guess not. I may be taking the easy way out on this one, but since I’m