January Wrap-Up


"Here's to the ones who dream, foolish as they may seem.
Here's to the hearts that ache. Here's to the mess we make."
"La La Land"

This month, the first of the year, I've really been trying to keep my word of the year in the forefront of my mind, encouraging myself to leap into new opportunities.

January Reads

Book 1:
"Small Great Things" by Jodi Picoult
Ruth Jefferson has been a labor and delivery nurse for more than twenty years. She cares about her work, and she's good at it. So she's surprised when a couple requests that she be banned from touching their newborn child. Why? Because of the color of her skin. The parents are white supremacists and don't want an African American nurse. To Ruth's surprise, the hospital complies, and Ruth is reassigned to a different patient. Then the next day, while Ruth is alone in the nursery, the baby goes into cardiac distress, and Ruth has to choose the lesser of two evils: Does she obey orders or intervene?

Finding Your Spark: Blogging, Motherhood & Feeling Whole


I decided to start the "Finding Your Spark" series to shine a light on different types of people who are following various paths – their OWN paths, whatever those may be. The whole idea is that there's no single way to live life and a person doesn't have to be "famous" to inspire others. These individuals have found what inspires them, motivates them, makes them happy. And they've run with it.

Find other posts in this series here.

Things To Be Happy About // 04


Because there's always something to be happy about. Read more here.


Advice You Shouldn't Listen To Pt. II


Read Part One here.

Sushi, Seinfeld & A New Couch


This weekend I went to the city to stay over at my friend's new apartment. We ate sushi, played Seinfeld trivia, and got a new couch. Watch the video HERE or below.

Bullet Journaling Pt. III: Starting A New Year


New year, new me bullet journal spreads.

The Meaning Of Life


I have decided that the meaning of life is finding friendships that give you a sense of belonging.

Goals For 2017


For 2017, I'm picking a Word For The Year.

A single word that encompasses everything I want out of the next 12 months. Or rather, what I want from myself.