When Nickelodeon offered VIP access to their new pop-up, Slime City, I was SO excited! Like most of you reading this blog, I grew up in the peak of 90's Nickelodeon and the iconic green slime was EVERYWHERE. I was slimed once as a kid at Universal Studios, but of course I don't *fully* remember … Continue reading Things to do in Atlanta: Nickelodeon’s Slime City
Negative self-talk is something I've been thinking a lot about lately. When you have anxiety, it's so easy to get caught up in the cycle of negative self talk. Everyone has an inner critic, but getting stuck in the loop of negativity can only bring you down and cause stress and an overwhelming amount of … Continue reading How To Stop Negative Self-Talk
I realize that I talk so much about self-care, but I never really took into consideration that some people might across my site and not know what self-care is, much less how to practice it. It's my goal to build my blog up as a safe space where self-love, self-care, body positivity and positive self-talk … Continue reading What is self-care? A beginner’s guide.
Instagram is how I found the body positive community. It's opened my eyes to how to accept my own body, my mental health struggles, and I've met some inspiring women along the way. Today, I'm sharing a post written for the blog by my truly inspiring friend Debra (@idrinkcupsoftea) "Trust your gut. Follow your heart. … Continue reading Guest Post: An Apology for my Indecisiveness
It's been a loooooong while since my last blog post, so let me catch you up. Since my last blog post, I've had one surgery (cancer stuff), been to Disney twice (blog posts on that coming later), celebrated Halloween, Thanksgiving, and decorated for Christmas. And speaking of Christmas, you have gotta check out the Santa's … Continue reading Things to do in Atlanta: Santa’s Fantastical Immersive Worlds
This is long, but important & i would really appreciate if you read through to the end. Hey friends! So as most of you know, I had a D & C and hysteroscopy on April 27. The reason for the surgery was to remove precancerous cells that my doctor had previously found. During the surgery, … Continue reading So you’ve just found out you have cancer…now what?
Back-to-School season is in full-swing, and although I'm long graduated from both high school & college, I still feel a familiarity in the air and the urge to buy school supplies. Both my younger sisters head back for their 2nd and last year (!!!) of college, respectively, today and it got me thinking about my … Continue reading 4 Things I Learned in College