Wow, is it me or does it feel like I just wrote out my goals for 2018 yesterday? I mean this year truly flew by, and I took the time out to reflect on all of the accomplishments I had as well as some things that I still need to work on. Can you believe that we’ll be entering 2019 in two days? Are you ready? Well, I know I am SO ready that I’ve prepared my top 5 goals for the new year that I wanted to share with you all!
We’re half-way through the week, and you’re feeling a little bummed and stressed out, right? Sometimes the workload builds up so quickly that it doesn’t even click to us that we’re super stressed and anxious. I know I’m a victim of this from time to time, and I really try to research diverse ways to handle a stressful week instead of keeping in all inside. Build up stress is just not healthy, so when you can it’s important to release any bad vibes that you have! Keep reading for my top 5 ways on how you can de-stress and live a healthier lifestyle.
Last weekend, I was grateful enough to attend the GirlBoss Rally in Los Angeles, hosted by the girlboss herself, Sophia Amoruso. If you aren’t familiar with Sophia, she’s the the founder of Nasty Gal and the creator of #GirlBoss, the best book ever turned into a community for women entrepreneurs all over. At the rally, I learned so much and took away so many gems that will definitely last me a lifetime. There were so many notes I wrote down from different panels that really made me think about my life and how far I’ve come. Even though I’ve come a long way, there’s still so much I want to accomplish!
So I was going to do another fashion post, but I was like NOPE. I wanted to do something more personable! Sometimes when you’re blogging you always forget to let people in to get to know you. I always share with you guys my experiences and my reflections, but it’s time to have some fun.
This past weekend was nothing short of amazing. I got to finally be a tourist in my new city, and explore every artsy part of New York I could find. I realized a lot this weekend…one of the things being that home isn’t necessarily a place. Home can be a person…home can be whatever makes you feel comfortable and at ease. Home is what you make it to be. This relates to so many aspects of life. Too often we get caught up in trying to label everything, but very seldom we reevaluate how it makes us feel.
It’s a lot like the seasons. Just because it’s fall doesn’t mean you can’t incorporate other things/pieces that make you feel good. On my trip to the Bronx to visit the Botanical Garden, I tapped into my balance: what makes me feel and how it makes me feel.