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love is all we need print // cactus framed print // butterfly framed print
cactus garden framed print // peace sign wire art // yay sculpted wall decor
rhinestone cowgirl horns

I am so excited to share a little bit of my apartment with y'all (finally!!). I recently updated my living room with a new gallery wall, thanks to PBTeen! I just love how all the pieces are so unique yet cohesive, adding just the right amount of flair to my once-bare living room wall.

I drew inspiration from a lot of neutral tones and boho elements to create something that would inspire me, yet complement the space. When I moved into my new place, I knew my style had changed a little, so I wanted to reflect that while still coordinating with pieces I already had in my living room. I think this gallery wall does just that!

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Gallery Wall Reveal


love is all we need print // cactus framed print // butterfly framed print
cactus garden framed print // peace sign wire art // yay sculpted wall decor
rhinestone cowgirl horns

I am so excited to share a little bit of my apartment with y'all (finally!!). I recently updated my living room with a new gallery wall, thanks to PBTeen! I just love how all the pieces are so unique yet cohesive, adding just the right amount of flair to my once-bare living room wall.

I drew inspiration from a lot of neutral tones and boho elements to create something that would inspire me, yet complement the space. When I moved into my new place, I knew my style had changed a little, so I wanted to reflect that while still coordinating with pieces I already had in my living room. I think this gallery wall does just that!

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Thank you to PBTeen for sponsoring this post!

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Being happy with where I'm at is hard for me. I'm always looking for the next thing, the next opportunity, the next weekend... always something. Whenever it arrives, I can't help but search for another thing to focus on worry about until it happens... and then, it does, and the cycle starts all over again.

This cycle leads me to a lot of grief, needless anxieties and countless "what ifs?" I get my hopes up for plans, and then life happens, and those plans I was so excited about don't pan out as I thought they would, leading to a lot of grief and unhappiness. The holidays are no exception.

With Thanksgiving just a couple weeks away, and Christmas right around the corner, I have to stop and remind myself to enjoy the moment. If there's anything 2017 has taught me, it's to be content with what I have, who I am and where I am. Things can change so quickly that I need to count my blessings each day that I have them. Sometimes, it's so easy to get caught up in the idea of where I should be that I miss all the fun of where I am right now. 

Choosing to embrace contentment not only yields happiness, but also gives me the freedom to focus on things that matter most. Jesus has been really good to me through some tough times earlier this year, and complaining about minor inconveniences during the day isn't a good way to show how grateful I am for his love through it all. Instead, this holiday season, I'm choosing to be thankful, mindful and above all joyful for where I'm at in my life at this point.

It's okay to look ahead and be excited for things to come (like my birthday next month!!!), but it's also important to be happy now. Be content with this moment, right now, and find happiness where you are. Some days, it's harder to find, but making a choice to be content will make a huge difference in your life. That thing you want oh so badly to happen isn't going to make you happy. Maybe for a minute, but it's fleeting. You are the only one who can wake up and choose to embrace happiness every day. Make it count!

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Finding My Happiness


Being happy with where I'm at is hard for me. I'm always looking for the next thing, the next opportunity, the next weekend... always something. Whenever it arrives, I can't help but search for another thing to focus on worry about until it happens... and then, it does, and the cycle starts all over again.

This cycle leads me to a lot of grief, needless anxieties and countless "what ifs?" I get my hopes up for plans, and then life happens, and those plans I was so excited about don't pan out as I thought they would, leading to a lot of grief and unhappiness. The holidays are no exception.

With Thanksgiving just a couple weeks away, and Christmas right around the corner, I have to stop and remind myself to enjoy the moment. If there's anything 2017 has taught me, it's to be content with what I have, who I am and where I am. Things can change so quickly that I need to count my blessings each day that I have them. Sometimes, it's so easy to get caught up in the idea of where I should be that I miss all the fun of where I am right now. 

Choosing to embrace contentment not only yields happiness, but also gives me the freedom to focus on things that matter most. Jesus has been really good to me through some tough times earlier this year, and complaining about minor inconveniences during the day isn't a good way to show how grateful I am for his love through it all. Instead, this holiday season, I'm choosing to be thankful, mindful and above all joyful for where I'm at in my life at this point.

It's okay to look ahead and be excited for things to come (like my birthday next month!!!), but it's also important to be happy now. Be content with this moment, right now, and find happiness where you are. Some days, it's harder to find, but making a choice to be content will make a huge difference in your life. That thing you want oh so badly to happen isn't going to make you happy. Maybe for a minute, but it's fleeting. You are the only one who can wake up and choose to embrace happiness every day. Make it count!

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I'm wearing... sweater (only $40 and comes in soo many colors!) • similar skirt • over-the-knee boots • crossbody bag (c/o)

Nothing like waiting 'til the last minute to realize that Halloween is only a couple days away, right?? I'm terrible at planning my Halloween costume, mostly because I end up watching Harry Potter movies with my dog (lol who can relate), so I always try to go for things that I can pull right from my own closet.

I've been so into Riverdale lately (but who hasn't???), so it was so easy to pull from the show for inspiration! While Betty & Veronica are popular picks this year for costumes, I went with a Cheryl Blossom vibe, complete with a burgundy mini skirt, OTK boots and her signature red lip. Just the right amount of ~spooky~ while still being on-trend!

What are you dressing up as this year??

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Last-Minute Halloween Costume


I'm wearing... sweater (only $40 and comes in soo many colors!) • similar skirt • over-the-knee boots • crossbody bag (c/o)

Nothing like waiting 'til the last minute to realize that Halloween is only a couple days away, right?? I'm terrible at planning my Halloween costume, mostly because I end up watching Harry Potter movies with my dog (lol who can relate), so I always try to go for things that I can pull right from my own closet.

I've been so into Riverdale lately (but who hasn't???), so it was so easy to pull from the show for inspiration! While Betty & Veronica are popular picks this year for costumes, I went with a Cheryl Blossom vibe, complete with a burgundy mini skirt, OTK boots and her signature red lip. Just the right amount of ~spooky~ while still being on-trend!

What are you dressing up as this year??

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