I had the privilege of attending a very special event at the Rachel Zoe Pop Up Shop on Tuesday evening! As if being greeted with bevvies, an Honest Beauty lip crayon, and an RZ gift card wasn’t enough already, I got the chance to listen to a panel of three inspiring, empowering businesswomen. Co-Founders Lauren Paul and Molly Thompson of Kind Campaign, and Founder of The Giving Keys, Caitlin Crosby, all told their stories behind why they started, and how they have maintained the success of their companies. They had a passion to make a difference in the world, and they still do.
Happy Friday lovebugs!! I have been SO busy since my last post, hence the posting lag time in between then and now. I know you guys probably don’t care much, but I do (*emoji of girl with hand raised*)! I missed posting, but my mind has just not been in a clear mental state and to be honest, I have not had the time. I’ve been spring cleaning…
I’ve spent the week moving into a new room, which was so much more work than I anticipated. Thank goodness my mama came up to LA to help me! My roomie and I decided to mix it up and switch bedrooms in our apartment since we just renewed our lease, so the past week has been filled with hours upon hours of decluttering, organizing, cleaning, sorting, hanging, nailing, lifting. BUT, it was so worth it- we both love our new rooms!
Why am I telling you this? Probably because that’s literally all I’ve done for the past 5 days (besides a fun, adorable swimsuit shoot that I will be posting BTS pics of next week), but also because moving forced me to be reminded of all that I have- not the tangibles, but the intangibles.
I chose this title before I even had any idea of what to write. 2015 has been a big year. I knew I had learned so much this year (the first full year I’ve been out in LA), but I didn’t even know where to start or how to say it. Eventually, the wheels started turning and I realized it would be hard to narrow it down to just 15. I’ve learned more about myself and about this life than I have in any other year, and I’m excited to share it with you all. Here are 15 things I’ve learned in 2015.