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25th Birthday Vlog

Last week, I wrote a heartfelt post about how thankful I was for experiencing such an incredible 25th birthday weekend. This week, I want to show you it. While the video is definitely not as detailed as I had originally planned, I hope you enjoy the sights you do get to see — from Brooklyn… Continue reading 25th Birthday Vlog

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Feeling 25 years of thankful

I feel 25 years of thankful.  My birthday extravaganza of a weekend has come and gone, and what remains is an overwhelming feeling of gratitude that I was just able to experience the weekend that I did. I came back from my weekend filled with the best of friends, good food, sweet drinks, and incredible… Continue reading Feeling 25 years of thankful

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Interview: Ike Rhein releases single “Not for Me”

Singer songwriter Ike Rhein is ready to “Break It Down” with his latest single. The Michigan native has released his second single of 2021 called “Not for Me,” and it shows off his versatility as an artist. The song differs from his remixed February single “Break It Down,” for which he enlisted the help of rapper… Continue reading Interview: Ike Rhein releases single “Not for Me”

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Thoughts on Turning 25

When I said last week that I would update you on how I feel about turning 25 (on May 2), I thought I would be writing some emotional post about how I don’t feel ready to enter the second half of my 20s and think time needs to slow down. Surprisingly, I feel content.  The… Continue reading Thoughts on Turning 25

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Come spend a day in my life with my BFF

Well friends of the blogosphere, as promised last week, I have released a new video on YouTube. The video (found at the end of this post) is not very representative of a normal Saturday for me, which is why I thought it would be fun to film. It was a packed April Saturday and you’ll… Continue reading Come spend a day in my life with my BFF

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It’s OK to fall behind if you hold yourself accountable

I love planning. I love writing my schedule down in my planner and I love crossing items off my to do list. I hate falling behind. If you couldn’t tell, I’m a Type A person.  However, I have slowly learned to accept that life doesn’t always have to be completely planned out and that it’s OK… Continue reading It’s OK to fall behind if you hold yourself accountable

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Transforming my childhood room + moving tips

I have been living in my dad’s house for a whole three weeks now, although it seems like SO much longer. So far, I can proudly say I have 1. Made the grocery bill go up, but the dining out bill go down; 2. Helped my dad make many decisions more quickly than he would… Continue reading Transforming my childhood room + moving tips

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That’s a Wrap on Ski Season

It’s the last day of March and that means ski season is over for most, and winding down for the rest. I have said it so many times: I just had the best winter of my life spent at home because I got to ski so much. Thanks Dad!  We started the ski season off… Continue reading That’s a Wrap on Ski Season

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Interview: Soleil is Ready to Turn Up the Amplifier on Her Music

After honing her skills as a singer/songwriter, the coronavirus pandemic temporarily pulled the plug on the R&B artist's plans for her new music. Now, she is coming back with a re-worked album and more confidence than ever. By: Sara Whitman | March 26, 2021 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8quAhDA9TmA Check out Soleil’s full interview above. Soleil knows “Whose Side”… Continue reading Interview: Soleil is Ready to Turn Up the Amplifier on Her Music

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Thrift with Me + My 5 Top Tips

Nothing makes me feel better than getting a good deal. Well maybe dog cuddles and sushi, but VERY little gets me more hyped than buying something with a major discount. And if you know me, you know I will not buy anything full price unless absolutely necessary. Unfortunately, I haven’t been thrifting for quite some… Continue reading Thrift with Me + My 5 Top Tips