“Treat Yourself” Series III

Finally for those who have been waiting specifically for this time of year to splurge on yourself – this list is for you!

And because “yes is more fun than no.” It’s totally fine to whip out those gift cards from the holidays and spoil yourself with a big y e s.

So today I’m sharing some of my most indulge-worthy and can’t-imagine-life-without favorites I’ve dropped a YES on.

Advice: it gets easier when you shop for yourself. *wink More

Pantene to the Rescue (again)

Holiday events. Work deadlines. Lunches. Dinners. Photoshoots. Throw in Florida’s sporadic change in temps. Let’s just say my hair (and hopes) have been experiencing an influx of challenges and changes. It’s probably no surprise that I’ll switch up my hair care regime (again) as needed because listen, good hair doesn’t happen by chance – it’s a commitment I like to keep! Plus, a great day usually almost always has to do with good hair.

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“Treat Yourself” Series Pt. 1

It’s the most wonderful time of the year…to treat yourself.

You’ve had a busy 2018 and blazed through it beautifully.

You’ve been your greatest cheerleader and showed up especially when times got tough.

You’ve shopped for everyone on your list.

Now who’s left but you?

You deserve it and that means the best, too.

Yas, y o u.

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5 Photography Takeaways

BLAZER: Maje/TEE: (c/o) Revolve/PANTS: Zara, love these though!/SANDALS: Schutz/EARRINGS: Oscar de la Renta, (affordable option here)/BAG: (c/o) Cafune/SUNGLASSES: Givenchy 

Raise your hand if you’ve ever solved a problem during 5 o’clock traffic? While reading a book? Taking a shower? Running a marathon or what feels like one?

*raises hand

Last month, I did. I replaced my 9 to 5 with a photography course at Istituto Marangoni Miami. Call it a rut? A creative block? Whatever. I desperately needed three weeks to work through my love/hate relationship with the camera, an issue that’s plagued me since June, and take my mind off my day-to-day work to be completely immersed in creating something different every day. I started the course with a list of general questions I thought were key: “How should I edit my photos?” “What’s the best trick for this angle?” “Lighting?” Instead, I walked out with a changed perspective. One that actually fueled a new creative direction.

(Stay tuned for 2019)

Today I thought I’d share my top 5 takeaways from the course. Even if you’re not a photographer, I think anyone can take something from these next couple of lines. 

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