I realize I should’ve posted long ago (and truthfully I thought I had), but I’ve moved. I started the blog Living Wonderfilled in June 2017. Come follow me there!
If you’ve ever searched a location on Pinterest, you’re likely to find pins and posts about food. In planning a trip to LA, I recently came across a few myself. “Eat Cheap in LA,” “Where to Eat in Los Angeles” and “Best LA Brunches” are all posts I found (without searching for food) that ended up … More Breakfasts of Nashville
I am a huge advocate of taking care of your skin, especially the skin on your face. My face is permanently paler than my body because I always wear sunblock and protect it as much as I can! While I wish I could get a monthly facial, I shoot for a yearly one instead and … More Brand I’m Loving: Biore
I’ve found that there is generally a stigma in the US about traveling abroad as a female alone. Before my trip, people would always respond with a confused/frightened/concerned “BY YOURSELF?!?!??!?!” when I told them I was traveling solo. I’ve had a passport since birth and started traveling at 6 months, so it wasn’t odd at … More 6 Tips for Solo Female Travelers
One of my favorite things is Lewis Howes’ “The School of Greatness” Podcast. He interviews inspiring people from all fields and walks of life in an effort to basically spread greatness and inspiration. Interviews depend on the person being interviewed, but there are two questions he asks almost every time that I want to answer here. … More 3 Truths and Defining Greatness
Living in Miami for the past four years, I had forgotten how drier fall/winter weather can affect my body, hair and skin. I was looking forward to the temperatures and the clothes that I completely skipped over that aspect. As much as I’d love to be able to go to a spa or salon to have … More Fall Refresh
One of the things I looked forward to the most when I was moving to Nashville was the access and ability to listen to live music by unknown artists for free [or relatively cheap]. I haven’t exactly gotten the opportunity to go out as much as I thought I would, mostly because I just got … More Nashville’s Music Scene: Jacey & Carly Pearce