Incorporating the 5 Love Languages into my Self-Care Routine.

Whenever I hear people have conversations about love languages, it’s usually in a romantic context, but I think that introducing love languages into a self-love context can be beneficial.  If you type in your google search “love languages”, the 5 love languages popularized by marriage counselor Dr. Gary Chapman in his book, The 5 Love… Continue reading Incorporating the 5 Love Languages into my Self-Care Routine.

How to go Vegan and Stick to it.

Throughout my years of being vegan, I always get the question of how I did it. How did I, a girl who lives in the south in the middle of nowhere, go vegan?  My process was pretty simple: I went vegetarian immediately after watching “The Best Speech Ever” by Gary Yourosky and gradually cut things… Continue reading How to go Vegan and Stick to it.

Vegan SkinCare Must-Haves.

I take pride in my skincare routine; not only is it simple but it’s also is cruelty-free!  Although I experiment from time to time with different moisturizers, face masks and serums, my basics generally stay the same and that is what I want to share with you all in this post.  The Products Face wash:… Continue reading Vegan SkinCare Must-Haves.

Monthly Obsessions: December

I don’t know if it’s just me, but I need an extension for the month of December because this month went by a little too fast.  With the end of every month comes a list of new monthly obsessions I have to share, and even though the extension may not be possible, we can definitely… Continue reading Monthly Obsessions: December

I Went Solo Hiking for the First Time: here’s what I learned.

propped my phone on a tree I found during the hike and snapped the moment I became a new person. You gain strength, courage and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face... you must do the thing you think you cannot do" — Eleanor Roosevelt I went… Continue reading I Went Solo Hiking for the First Time: here’s what I learned.

20 Things to Declutter Before the New Year.

A new year is approaching which means that the urge to start decluttering is high. It can sometimes be hard to decide what to get rid of and what to keep so I decided to help by creating a list of 20 things that can exit your life for good before the new year.  ONE:… Continue reading 20 Things to Declutter Before the New Year.

No Buy Year: a fail

I'm starting to consider books an "essential" in my life. What do you think? December of 2019 I set out to complete a challenge that would test my strength as a consumer in a capitalist society — a no buy year.  In the beginning, I was determined and thought of going without buying non-essential items… Continue reading No Buy Year: a fail

5 Reasons Why You Should Go Vegan.

I may be a bit biased but I think a vegan lifestyle is one of the best lifestyles to have. People go vegan for a variety of reasons; whether it be for ethical or personal reasons, a vegan diet can do some good for your well-being.  So in an effort to convince you to try… Continue reading 5 Reasons Why You Should Go Vegan.

Monthly Obsessions: November

Ah, it’s time for us to say goodbye to November; she was wonderful. Now I’m ready to greet December with open arms.  But before we do, I would like to share some of my monthly obsessions for the month of November! Slow mornings I think it was the shift in seasons, but I’ve been feeling… Continue reading Monthly Obsessions: November

My Favorite Minimalists That Are Worth the Follow.

It’s time to roll out the red carpet again for the people that have inspired me for these past few months.  The category I want to focus on is minimalism. Below is a list of five minimalist influencers I think are worth a follow:  Aaliyah Alexander | @aaliyahinspired Okay, this is a shameless plug. If… Continue reading My Favorite Minimalists That Are Worth the Follow.