Hey everyone! In the process of getting some more bloggers on board with Sister Radio, so apologies I haven’t written in a while! Even though there aren’t any new blogs, there are a ton of new shows where I got to interview women who inspire me. Take a listen and let us know what you … More Women Empowerment on Sister Radio
In March 2015 I went to Haiti for the first time and my whole life changed. I fell in love with the people and left a piece of my heart there. I went back for the second time in March and I met a young woman who worked at the resort we stayed at, Hotel … More Haiti and Sisterhood
When I got back from my 7 month missions trip in Southeast Asia I quickly went barreling into a whirlwind of emotions and mental turmoil. There was so much I was trying to process about living in a third world country and being immersed into a foreign culture. And even though I was so happy … More Is Depression Normal?
It’s been 3 weeks since I went to the Women’s March in Boston. And I am still processing how much impact that day had on my life and the world as a whole. My best friend was telling me how as humans we are only concerned with things that impact us. That’s why some people … More The Women’s March and Me
“Where there is great love, there are always miracles.” – Willa Cather There has never been a more important time to love. Incidentally, it’s also the hardest time to love. I’m sure everyone reading this knows what I’m talking about. Between the fired-up political climate and day to day living, it’s easy to be angry. … More How to Love When You’re Angry
(Me and Elise on her wedding day September 2015) So before anything of great importance is said here… you must know that this blog post was inspired by an interview I did with my best friend before she married the love of her life last September… so in true Hollywood fashion… this post is inspired … More Finding Your Soulmate
This is for all the 20-something year old women out there staying afloat and feeling your way through life… There’s a mad, happening world out there, I know. And what that translates to is that time flies: One minute you’re graduating high-school and the next thing you know you’re 7 years down the road, questioning every … More Finding Your Purpose