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Kitchen Selfies

Two things to know about me are one, I do not own a full length mirror and two, I always take advantage of good lighting. Having dinner plans with an old friend forced me out of my t-shirt and yoga pants I had been hanging out in all day due to the plague I finally

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Stop and Smell the Wildflowers

Since being home from a really nice and long overdue break, it has been difficult to adjust back to my old routine.  Honestly I hate routines although some things require it such as, good hygiene, sleep and exercise, I loved having the stimulation of being somewhere new and experiencing a different wave of energy. Ever

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Florida Part IV

 Our last day in Florida was honestly one of the most entertaining experiences I’ve ever had. All of us went on a 20 person charter to try our hand at deep sea fishing.  I was so hesitant at first because I was intimidated by going out onto the ocean.  I grew up on boats but

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Silver Skies and Silver Toes

Wearing Zara shoes | Gap joggers | Zara scarf  Moody skies are resonating with me right now since I am currently fighting through a mean headcold that has me feeling really sluggish and blah.  I’m not the type of person that can sit still for long, so when my body is telling me to rest,

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This Morning

 Wearing Free People denim | Macy’s cold shoulder sweater | K2 beanie My everyday uniform for as long as I can remember is ripped jeans, a light sweater and vest, rain boots and a beanie. Having grown up on a farm since I was five, I’ve learned to dress in a versitile way and in

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Red Walls and Warm Temps

Wearing Vintage Levis jacket | Truly Madly Deeply top | BCBG skirt | Steve Madden mules  The weather has been unseasonably warm here in upstate New York. Usually around this time of year I’m wearing the a coat, so to be bare-legged and feel comfortably warm is beyond ordinary.  Keeping a light denim jacket by

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A Walk on the Wild Side

Dress: Free People This is my time. Time to take risks, make life changing decisions and teeter on the edge of responsibility and spontaneity. I decided I want to move to New York and BOOM I was there. I was terrified and excited but I was there. I got a good job that noticed my hard work

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