I AM a whole lot of things. I am also NOT a whole lot of things. We live in a world where the more Pinterest pretty you look the more successful, together, happy people think you are. I’ve fallen into the trap too. I’ve spent more than my fair share of time perfecting my social media posts or covering up the bad stuff happening with a positive quote or fake happy pictures . But aren’t we aren’t all just lying… really? I mean is anyone’s REAL life all that Pinterest pretty?
So I decided to open the junk drawer of life. To talk about the ugly days, the days that hurt, the days that make us sad, and even the days that we don’t do so bad. You’ll find a wide variety of topics discussed here. Love, Marriage, Kids, Lifestyle, Life as a Fat Girl, Homeschooling Teenagers, Full Time Working, Event Planning, Weddings, Behind the Scenes, and pretty much anything else that comes to my scattered brain.
As a result of all of the talk about real and living an authentic life I found that there were so many other people that were ready to have this conversation. So I started a movement of others that were ready to live and unfiltered life. We share our daily struggles and aren’t afraid to discuss the hard things and encourage each other.
Having worked in the wedding and event planning industry for 15 years I’ve learned a few things about the art of perfection. I am a designer by nature and can pull together a seamless wedding or event in just a few phone calls. Our work has been featured on Preston Bailey’s Blog, The Knot, Wedding Wire, Book More Brides, Classic Bride, and many local print and online publications.
Mostly I write this blog to help people feel like it’s ok to just be themselves. To be ok with being flawed and broken and even a hot mess sometimes. I also hope that I can provide a place of hope and joy. I talk about products that make my life and our readers life easier, make people happy, or bring them some hope. Oh and I am a total freak about paper products so you’ll see those pop up here and there. We also homeschool our oldest son so we frequently discuss products and curriculum that seems to be working for him. If you have a product you’d like us to feature please contact us at email@example.com.
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