Pro tip: to achieve that messy braid look, don’t wash your hair for 3 days and sleep in your braids for 2 nights straight.
@drifterorganics resort 2K19 🌴🏖😎🌸 (more pics of our @westcoastcraft booth this past weekend on the Drifter feed).
I used to truly believe if my heart wasn’t pounding out of my chest via intensive cardio exercise, I wasn’t getting a good workout in. And while I love the invincible feeling that comes from finishing a tough workout, I’ve found so much strength (literally and figuratively) in doing yoga, hikes, walks, stretching, breath work, and nothing at all. 🧡
Like mother, like daughter. 👯♀️ @louandgrey #allthefeels #louandgreypartner #ad
Just looking at life through rose colored glasses and hoping the fanny pack trend is here to stay.
Cute place, @morningtide.shop.
Been wearing my hair parted on the side lately, except you can’t tell. (I kind of like it in the middle better, but maybe it’s just because that’s what I’m used to.) Also, I’ve been watching The Brady Bunch on Amazon Prime and it’s only a matter of time until Marcia Brady’s style fully infuses itself into my wardrobe.
When I was in 5th grade, we studied Modern Art. We were each assigned an artist to report on. I got Andy Warhol. I didn’t know much about him other than his banana and Campbell soup can art. . 14 years later, I got to see his work in real life. Often times, I get down on myself for not having one discipline of art. I’m a photographer, a videographer, a blogger, a vlogger, a graphic designer, a creative director, and a small business owner. Then I realized that Warhol was a painter, an illustrator, a photographer, a videographer, a screenprinter, a director, and a producer. Imagine if he thought, “I’ll just stick to this screenprinting stuff” and never explored any other avenue of art. Looking at it from that perspective makes me feel better. . #yoursfmoma #memorialday #meetandy
Travel is a funny thing. It’s hard to believe this time last week, I was trying to find the Hollywood sign with my dad. (Spoiler alert: We couldn’t find a better view than this without going on a 3-mile hike.) Today, I’m in a totally different city doing a totally different thing. This time next week, I’ll be doing something completely different again. Weird, eh? Just some existential thoughts for your Monday.