If you’re anything like me then dry skin is a constant battle. I’ve tried everything from extra moisturizing lotion, to facial scrubs, to of course drinking more water. Yet to no avail none of it worked, and I came to the conclusion that dry peeling skin would be a part of my daily existence, until I happened to stumble upon…
Tokyo is a creative’s paradise from the food to the fashion, and the people it’s the perfect combination of culture, tradition, and modern day living. My husband Caleb and I both work in the creative fields, and we were so deeply inspired by this trip.
I had hit a major rut in my career in 2017, and it was having major effects on my health and overall happiness. I was writing about mindful living but felt more like a fraud. Being mindful was the least thing that I was, and I couldn’t keep up with the charade. So I decided to make a change.
I haven’t always enjoyed hiking and being outdoors. It’s been a hobby I’ve come to enjoy later on with age and I’m so happy that it’s been such a big part of my life ever since. Hiking to me isn’t so much an exercise routine, but more so of an escape.
Visiting the Phuket Elephant Sanctuary was one of the biggest highlights of my honeymoon. Being surrounded by these giant yet gentle creatures was eye opening, and I learned so much about their personalities and the lives they have lived. Before we decided to visit a sanctuary we wanted to make sure to visit an ethical one.
Let's talk about hair. I've fully committed into transitioning my hair from relaxed to natural about 3 months ago. It's definitely been a journey and I will admit that I've had more bad hair days than good ones, but it's been exciting to truly get to know my real hair. The curls are more visible now, which is why I haven't given up yet.