When the storm sets in, find the light at your foot and keep faith.
In a few weeks, I’ll be headed to the west coast and I couldn’t be more excited. The west coast is the best coast, after all! And believe it or not, it’s been 3 years since I’ve been back. Crazy! My agenda will be full, but I hope to catch some R&R at some point before headed back to reality. Need a fun summer activity … Continue reading Bronzed Ambition
Summer is a great time to try something new or dust off that ol’ bucket list. Here are eight fun and easy things you can try this summer. 1. Schedule a Meet-up How many times have you said, “We should get lunch” to someone and then see that individual a year later realizing you never had that lunch. Come on! There’s plenty of happy hours around … Continue reading 8 Must-Do Activities Before Summer Ends
Don’t neglect the smallest details. Sometimes, they make the biggest impact. Take a bold chance this week and try one of these combos: lipstick and liner, eyeshadow and liner (or solely wear the liner), hair accessory. xo | Danielle Psst! Check this out for more style inspiration. photo | breakfastwithaudrey, cocainelifestyleonamethamphetaminbudget, fuss.co.in, pinterest, Rodrigo Maltchiqu Braga, visualoptimism.blogspot.com.au Continue reading Acute
Some visual inspiration for your Sunday. What are your plans: home resting, working, traveling, other? Let me know what I’m missing and whether or not I should be jealy. (Be nice.) Continue reading “Sundaze”
Be set apart this weekend. Be a light in someone’s hurting world and leave them feeling uplifted when you part from them. It is in these moments that God can use us to reach someone’s deepest need. This is my intention this weekend, will you join me? Continue reading “Set Apart”
Style me inspired.
It’s been one week.
One week since America as a whole was shook. Not for the first time; no. Certainly not for the last time, unfortunately. However, significantly enough that multiple generations, and communities of people throughout those generations, started paying attention.
I took some time to rest and reflected on what has unfolded after last week’s brutality between civilians and police. Alton Sterling and Philando Castile were murdered by police. Then 5 Dallas police officers, Lorne Ahrens, Michael Krol, Michael J. Smith, Brent Thompson, and Patrick Zamarripa, died in service protecting the people in downtown Dallas from a man misled. Each man left a hole in their families because another man decided to pull the trigger.
It’s only been one week since I was proudly celebrating America’s independence, then desperately, tortoisely, trying to move into a new rhythm by week’s end. It has not been business as usual; and it shouldn’t be. Continue reading “The Peacemaker”