Wear it Wednesday | Dressember 2019 Wrap Up

Rabbit Rabbit! (Anyone else say this on the first of every month? Just me. Cool.) Happy 2020! So December took forever to arrive and was gone in a flash! Like I mentioned in my halfway post, there was no reasoning to how I picked my dresses this year. Although looking back on my outfits, I [...]

Wear It Wednesday | Halfway through Dressember 2019

We're well past the halfway point of Dressember this year but the flu kicked me on my butt and now I'm playing catch up to share all my updates with y'all! My goal is to raise $600 this year for Dressember, as it is my 6th year participating. Every donation helps and goes to grant [...]

Wear It Wednesday | A21 Walk for Freedom Colorado Springs

This was Travis and I's second year participating in the A21 Walk for Freedom, the purpose of the walk is to raise awareness of modern day human trafficking. This is one way we both participate to share about human trafficking, while I don't fundraise hard enough for the A21 walk I make up for it [...]

Wear It Wednesday | 2019 Dressember

It may only be October but registration for Dressember is open and the 2019 Dress collection has been available for almost a month now. 2019 is my 6th year participating in Dressember and I couldn't be more excited! I haven't decided how to do Dressember this year. 2019 Dressember Collection The 2019 Dressember Dress & [...]

Finished Reading : Beginner’s Pluck by Liz Forkin Bohannan

This post contains affiliate links, when you shop through them I earn a small compensation (at no additional cost to you) through which I am able to support this website and my family. I received a free copy of the book by being on the Beginner's Pluck Book Launch Team. Pluck (n): Spirited and determined [...]

Finished Reading: The White Devil’s Daughters by Julia Flynn Siler

For the last few weeks, I've been working my way through Siler's non-fiction 300 page book documenting the story of slavery in San Francisco's Chinatown and the women who fought it. The book center's around the story of Donaldina Cameron an Scottish American who runs the Occidental Mission Home from 1899 to 1934 and her [...]

Dressember in July 2019 | Days 1-15

Dressember in July has been a fun way to talk about how I wear dresses all December long. It's also been a lot of fun to wear dresses (and skirts) all month with sandals and cute shoes! Dressember in July is all about raising awareness, bring the topic of sex & human trafficking to the [...]

Wear It Wednesday | 10freedays update

July 1-10, I was fundraising for 10freedays, for a non-profit named Our Daughters International in Nepal that focuses on the rescue, and restoration of girls (and boys) from human trafficking on the Nepal-India border. I set a goal of $300 for the 10freedays campaign, which is pretty lofty. I set the same goal for Dressember [...]

Finished Reading | Buy the change you want to see by Jane Mosbacher Morris

When I see books focused on ethical fashion and practices, I'm drawn to them, naturally of course, but I quickly become bored because I already know what they are telling me. Not the case with Buy the change you want see by Jane M. Morris, founder and CEO of To the Market. Jane tells readers [...]