I’m 33. Let that sink in for a moment. Phew. Okay, so I’ve been chasing big dreams for the last few years and even if it looks like sunshine and rainbows from the outside I’m here to tell it is not. Lots of late nights, lots of waiting to get paid, lots of NO’s, lots … More 33 Things for my 33rd Birthday
On a recent visit with a friend, we ventured out to Calhan, Colorado to hike Painted Mines Park. This interpretive park is in the opposite direction of most things in Colorado Springs, you will need to leave town and go east to Calhan. I’m really great at getting lost and with the help of my … More 2019 Painted Mines
This post contains affiliate links, when you shop through them I earn a small compensation through which I am able to support this website and my family. It’s the beginning of the month and that means, there is a new Tee of the Month from Elegantees! When I saw the Namra tank for this month, … More Wear it Wednesday | Elegantees Namra Tank
I intentionally waited to write or conceptualize this post until the snow stopped. So, let’s just say this if for dressing in spring in Colorado, between May and June, because that is actually what I’m writing about. If you’re looking for advice on what to wear between March-May, I recommend clothing from every season plus … More Wear It Wednesday | How to dress for Spring in Colorado
Moving and living out of state from your family means the time you have together is always a little sweeter. Yes, I love my family but I also really love not living in Texas where the heat and bugs are bigger. Since moving back to Colorado in 2017, we’ve made a mindful attempt for me … More Estes Park 2019
Due to insane spring weather in Colorado Springs, I had to postone our Colorado Springs remote 5k earlier this week. When contemplating when to reschedule it for, I thought, why are we running? The point of the run is to show you can do anything in a dress, but we’re Colorado and one thing Coloradians … More Dressember 2019 | Colorado Springs Hike in a Dress
This is such a strange time, self care is both encouraged by society but not so much that it becomes the only thing on your mind. It’s emotional, physical, and spiritual. Some Christians downright don’t like it as it comes across to them as selfish and indulgent.
I admit that Dressember was a thousand times easier when I lived in California, but I also worked from home and honestly no one *actually* noticed I was wearing a dress every day because I left the house like 3 times a week and saw vastly different groups of people each time.
I’m not sure where I get my strong sense of fairness and ethics. I’m always surprised when I meet people and I get into my strong ethics they ask if I was ever in animal rescue. Yeah? Why? My strong love for justice for the oppressed and the innocent is deep, it flows through every … More Walk for Freedom | 2018 Colorado Springs
Well, it seems I totally flaked and forgot to update you on the month of July. Although if you’ve been reading along, you know a huge portion of this month was devoted to a family vacation, which was a much-needed break from reality.