The Met Gala 2021: Jackie Aina understood the assignment

I am totally kicking myself for not writing this sooner, but I had to talk about this on the blog. Auntie Jackie REALLY understood the assignment of “American Independence” when it came to the Met Gala 2021, and I am confused as to why more people aren’t giving her props. First, she was the first black content creator to attend which is ground breaking for … Continue reading The Met Gala 2021: Jackie Aina understood the assignment

Sustainability: Thrifted Finds (Great for the Earth and your wallet)

Hey Babes, I’m not gonna lie, I’ve been feeling so guilty for shopping at places that aren’t sustainable or small businesses, but everything is just SOOO CUTE (and cheap). I’ve been scurrying trying to get ready for fall and this will definitely take some time over the next few months as I shop here and there. I try to get my fall/winter shopping done as … Continue reading Sustainability: Thrifted Finds (Great for the Earth and your wallet)

Wine & Good Vibes: Tips on being kinder to yourself inside and out

If you follow me on my Instagram, you may have seen my lengthy post about balancing healthy habits in conjunction with being happy mentally and physically. I shared a conversation one of my good friends and I had, we’re both pretty tall and have both been in a place where we have compared ourselves to girls who were petite and skinny. Let me say there … Continue reading Wine & Good Vibes: Tips on being kinder to yourself inside and out

TARGET STYLE: Designer dress collection REVIEW

Hey babes! Where do I begin on this collection? Target has done some pretty epic collections and collaborations with some pretty notable brands and designers. However, never in my life would I think I would be wearing a Christopher John Rodgers dress! If you don’t know, Rogers is a fashion designer who is very known for that avant-garde style and beautiful prints and colors. If … Continue reading TARGET STYLE: Designer dress collection REVIEW

My Old Kentucky home: Bernheim Forest (Clermont, KY)

Hey babes! This past week I went on a hike to Bernhiem Forest. Bernhiem was created by German immigrant Isaac W. Bernhiem in 1929. A place created so that people can enjoy nature, and be treated as equals regardless of race and status. This place is known for the giants that live there. There are these super cool wooden giants built throughout the forest and … Continue reading My Old Kentucky home: Bernheim Forest (Clermont, KY)

Two piece denim look (affordable & sustainable options)

Who said denim on denim wasn’t a thing? Oh, well I’m gonna rock it anyways. Okay so this look is both sustainable and affordable which is always a bonus to find those two qualities together. The denim jacket is from Amazon and I have been obsessed with the shape and fit of it so much. As for the Levi’s shorts I think they fit great. … Continue reading Two piece denim look (affordable & sustainable options)

My Old Kentucky home: Taco Luchador (Louisville, KY)

Hey babes! This summer on my blog while I am home staying with in laws during my husband’s deployment, I thought it would be cool to do a series about Kentucky. I’m always ready to blog about Cali and fun and cool places in San Diego, but I’ve never really shared much about my old Kentucky home! So make sure to follow along all summer … Continue reading My Old Kentucky home: Taco Luchador (Louisville, KY)

Driving from Cali to Kentucky (ft. Running girl leggings)

Hey Babes, So, as some of you might’ve seen on Instagram, I’ve been a little MIA on my posting on social media because I’ve been driving across the country. My husband is deployed and during that time we thought it best to save money, and move back home with our family, and support system! It’ll be nice to be around them when it gets really … Continue reading Driving from Cali to Kentucky (ft. Running girl leggings)