This Vocal thing is kinda cool huh! My work is all laid out for you. Take from it what you will. It's an honest representation of my heart for you to see 💜
Fashion trends come and go with time but they always seem to come back around again in some shape or form. May it be gogo boots from the 60's or 90's denim. Looking at what's all the rage I feel it's safe to say we're on a 90's-rewind. That wouldn't be so bad if we were digging through our parent's closets and reliving the past but it really isn't so. Faux vintage is what's in and with that comes a price not attached to the top. Looking at other aspects of our "trend landscape" concerns seem to arise. So instead of discussing how dreadful cheetah print is or flared denim, I want to bring your attention to fashion fails we face as a society and what we can do to change them.
Make Like a Leaf & Dance
For the past few months, life has seemed to be.... Yeah, I don't have a word for it. At first glance I was going to put, beautiful, painful, oh so miserable, and well absolutely full of deceit but that's just not the truth. I've been blessed with the gift of sanity. Or at least I like to think so.
If Green Leaves Could Touch the Sky
Before you begin reading... With absolutely no thought or intention I found my home. After years of seeking comfort in others, I finally found it in myself. So whilst I love my little sliver of the great outdoors know it is not because it serves as a safety net against reality but a reminder of the sensitivity living things possess. This opened my eyes to the apathy that most people have for their surroundings. We should be more like plants and stay attentive.
A Conscious Christmas: Gift Guide
After years of not knowing what to get everyone, I've finally realized what makes a good gift! It all really comes down to 3 simple components.
The Chai Chocolate Chunk
We were asked to present what made our cookies a fan favorite for parties and family get-togethers year after year. The truth being 2020 has not been an easy year for anyone but a life changing one for me. After 17 years of Christmases spent either in the hospital or with strangers I've finally had the opportunity to settle down. So here's to creating traditions that will last for years to come.