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A Dog Lover’s Dream

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It’s no secret I love dogs. Just call me the crazy dog lady.I’ve always dreamed of having a career where I can be surrounded by pups all day. (Doesn’t everyone?) But I’m not interested in being a vet, dog-walker, or groomer… so what?The Collective Designs is my happy medium! It combines my three favorite things: clothes, creativity, and dogs.I started sketching and…

3 Old Navy Dresses in 3 Styles

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Old Navy is one of my favorite go-to clothing stores! Their clothes are always cute, current, and affordable. Another awesome thing is that their style is diverse that there’s something everyone will like! As a professional working woman, I can always count on Old Navy for fashionable office looks. Plus, their jeans make my butt look good 😅During a Summer sale, I snatched up these three beautiful dresses…

I Tried Lula Roe So You Don’t Have To!

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Some people love LulaRoe… Some people hate it… (Going as far as calling it a ‘scam’). LulaRoe seemed to pop up out of nowhere and then, took the world by storm. I got bit by the LulaRoe bug and want to share some of my favorites (and not so favorite) things about the brand. And guess what? No affiliate links, sponsorships, or gimmicks. I simply want to help my readers…

This Summer’s #AccessoryGoals

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I’ve heard of monthly subscriptions for books, wine, food… but how about jewelry?! Rocksbox is transforming the way we discover and buy jewelry! I was SO excited to receive my first set with three unique pieces of jewelry. This month I got a beautiful necklace, bracelet, and earrings. To become a Rocksbox member, all you have to do is sign up and it’s only $21/month!You start…

On Learning to Love Yourself

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I have always struggled with confidence —especially my weight. When I was a Senior in high school, I had to take steroids to combat a virus and gained twenty pounds. Since, I haven’t been able to lose the extra-pounds and have carried the weight of low self-esteem around with me. I’ve never been a tiny girl per say. And in a skewed society where beauty is…