Breaking Up Is Hard To Do Pt. 2: On Letting Go + Moving On

He’s seeing someone new. He’s seeing someone new and he didn’t ask for my permission, because that is just not how breakups work. He’s seeing someone new and it’s only been three months since we dated, and we were together for eight–does that seem a little fast to you? It does to me. And here … More Breaking Up Is Hard To Do Pt. 2: On Letting Go + Moving On

A Dress A Day: On Dressember + Social Justice

This December, I am wearing a dress everyday. It is a part of a movement called Dressember. The challenge is to wear a dress (or tie) every day for the entire month to raise awareness about modern day slavery, and to also raise funds to combat it. The Dressember Foundation specializes in rescuing victims, establishing … More A Dress A Day: On Dressember + Social Justice

For Better Or Worse: Honest Thoughts From A Perpetual Bridesmaid

I was in a wedding this weekend. Again. It was my sixth wedding to be a part of in less than three years, and boy, has it been a whirlwind. Some honest thoughts always run through my head whenever I’m asked to be a bridesmaid, like “How much will this cost?” And, “Will I like … More For Better Or Worse: Honest Thoughts From A Perpetual Bridesmaid

It Takes A Village: On The Value Of Deeply-Rooted Community

I used to feel awfully alone. When I first returned to Dallas from Nashville, I felt awfully alone. Not the kind of loneliness that comes and goes with varying moods or circumstances, but the kind of isolation and desertion that leaves you feeling empty and saddened. Only a handful of my hometown and college friends … More It Takes A Village: On The Value Of Deeply-Rooted Community