Spring Cleaning

Because I will be moving soon, I think now is the right time to get rid of some items I have been hoarding over the years. I’ll admit I have boxes of clothes that have been sitting under my bed forever in the hopes that they will “come back in style”. The same goes for shoes and accessories. Over the next few weeks I want to sort though all my belongings and prioritize what needs to stay and what must go. I may have to call in a friend or two, to make sure I am staying on track but I know I can get it done. Plus it’s less painful if I look at it this way: The more I space I create in my closet, the more clothes I can buy to fill it up again! …Confessions of a shopaholic 🙂


Surreal Scenes

This Wednesday I got to escape reality and step into Yayoi Kusama’s world of color and breathtaking sites in her Infinity Mirrors exhibit at The Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. Below are some insane shots of my time in the rooms.


You Don’t Always Have To Ask To Receive

With so many things to be grateful for and so many changes coming up, it is important for me to maintain a strong relationship with God. I pray each night, but one of the things I have been trying to do more of lately is saying thank you as opposed to asking for something. I have been blessed with so much in my life that I only want to show my gratitude to He who has given so much.


A Phonecall Away


Lately it’s seemed like the busier I get with school and work, the less I talk to the people that mean the most to me. Days turn into weeks, weeks to months, and before I know it, a whole semester has passed. As I continue to improve myself, I also want to improve the relationship I have with my loved ones. This means calling them more just to see how things are going, and expressing appreciation for the role they play in my life. I want to make reaching out to those I care for a part of my routine. I don’t get to see them often, but I know they are just a phonetical away.