Three weeks ago, I started reading #GIRLBOSS by Sophia Amoruso, the CEO and founder of online fashion retailer Nasty Gal. I don’t shop at Nasty Gal, nor did I know who Sophia was prior to hearing of this book. I made no assumptions except for the little I heard, which was that it was a women empowerment […]
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Happy Monday all! I probably shouldn’t have worn green over the weekend since I’m a Niner fan by marriage and was rooting against the Seahawks, but I thought this was the perfect dress to wear with such great January SoCal weather.
I read this Glamour magazine article when it was first published, but I decided to save it until today since, well, it’s my 30th birthday! Her advice for turning 30 is helpful and inspirational. I find her “Do’s” and “Dont’s” useful and it made me freak out a little less about getting to the milestone.
I came across this morning: Why Walt Disney Is The Only Person You Ever Need To Listen To Again. I have great admiration for Mr. Walt Disney, not only as the creator of Disney and Disneyland, but as a person and businessman. I’ve watched a few documentaries on his life. I’ve even gone to The […]
Music tugs at our emotions. Some songs make us happy and want to dance, while others make us want to cry. There are also some songs that I find empowering. Here are five songs encouraging self-empowerment, whether that be in empowering you to be your true self and be happy about it, getting over a […]
Do you find yourself feeling stuck in a job because it’s “safe”? Or you’re in a relationship with someone you may not truly in love with because you’re “comfortable”? There’s nothing wrong with security and comfort, but when it’s not mixed with joy, you may be settling. Part of it is figuring out what you […]
My friend linked this Huffington Post article on Facebook and I thought I’d share! There are a few items on the list where I think, do people really do this? Overall, I agree that these are things we should stop doing. Here are the top five I can definitely relate to: 4. Viewing food as […]
How do you define yourself as successful? It’s different for everyone. Some people define it as being a great mother, gaining financial independence, becoming famous, or having it all. When I was growing up, I dreamt about traveling the world, owning a Gucci purse, driving a Mercedes Benz, and having a pug. I’ve accomplished those […]
I caught most of Beyonce’s documentary “Life Is But A Dream” last night on HBO. I’ve always been a fan of the star so when I was glad to see it showing when I was flipping through channels. I found it very inspirational and empowering. She’s one of the best performers in the world, a […]