Category Archives: Women
I need this shot in the arm of sass today because I am a mess of insecurities. I feel chubby, irritable, and like a friend failure for not having enough time for the people I care most about. If I … Continue reading
Lauren Scott is one of my childhood best friends. I asked her to create a piece to share on the blog because her artwork is profound, inspirational, and needs to be shared. She paints with traditional and metallic watercolors on … Continue reading
This prayer has radically changed my life. Every morning I face the decision to hold tightly to fear, anticipation, and worry, then I say this prayer and remember I have the choice to let go a little. I don’t manage discomfort well, … Continue reading
Don’t be a man this summer! Ladies, paint your toes. I feel so passionate about this that I am willing, if you are too lazy to do it yourself, to come over some Saturday, and I will paint them for you. … Continue reading
Call this post a colorful illustration of an identity crisis. In a culture of do-ers and do-gooders, what good are you if you stop your give machine? Are you, am I, enough if we aren’t loving, fixing, helping, serving, at … Continue reading
I determined to become a minimalist. With my stuff. With my time. With my relationships. I want to be fully present in this life I lead, and I will give my all to the things and people that matter most. I choose … Continue reading
Friends, I want to see some serious sass this Halloween. Feathers, rhinestones, hot pink lips, but mostly, I want to see you rock it. Oh! And please take pics, be ridiculous. Seriously, you have my permission. Happy Halloween. Boo.