Real Talk: What I'm Learning Right Now

Yesterday, I was on the verge of a panic attack in buybuyBaby. I’d made a lap around the store, trying to decide how to use a gift card. A sweet employee was walking another mom-to-be through the registry process, helping her scan important items and talking through recommendations. I listened briefly as she talked about […]

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How I Became a Reader Again

When I was a kid, I was always reading. My mom would take me to the library and I’d leave with an overflowing tote bag, reading them all before we returned a few weeks later. Our family would go into a bookstore and I’d drool over all the books I wanted to read. My parents […]

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Five on Friday 018

Happy Friday, friends! Here’s what I’m loving this week… A new way to relax One of my favorite brands, Little Barn Apothecary, has a Coconut + Eucalyptus Air Water that seems like the perfect addition to a nighttime routine to help you wind down from a long day. An article for anyone who’s ever read Gary Chapman  This week on […]

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Five on Friday 017

Here’s what I’m loving this week… This new-to-me skincare line I won’t even lie to you. I’m obsessed with the Balancing face oil from Town & Anchor. I first heard about this brand from my friend Lindsey, whose studio created all the branding (which is gorgeous). My mom has been using the Restoring face oil and can’t stop […]

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Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Today there will be many people quoting Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. — it is the federal holiday in his honor, after all. I want to share an excerpt from one of his sermons that’s had a major impact on my life.

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A Gift Guide for Bookworms

After such an incredible year of reading, I can’t help but want to gift books to everyone on my list this year. I asked around on Instagram to gauge interest for a gift guide for the bibliophiles in your life and got a resounding yes, so here’s what I’ve come up with. I hope it’s […]

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Dear Tori

Dear Tori, It’s impossible to think that it’s only been two years since you left. It feels like a lifetime. I can’t begin to count the times something has happened (because so much has) and I reach for my phone to call or text you, only to realize that I can’t. (Will that ever stop?) […]

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