#tracktuesdays Icahn edition.
Week 2 done and dusted.
Here’s to 27. A brighter, healthier and truly happier trip around the sun. I am so ready to give it everything I've got and then some.
Summertime. A time for sunshine, the beach and strategizing how to sweat the least in regular clothes.
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Summer’s here and so is easy dressing.
Full send polka dots.
A peep inside what I typically bring along for a weekend trip.
Bootleg Moth Eaten Tee
Raw Hem Miniskirt
Chuck Taylor All Star in Barely Rose
Raleigh Striped Dress
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Week 1 down, 15 to go.
Week 0 camp, a weekend upstate hosted by Nike and SUNY New Paltz to officially kick off #projectmoonshot.
A race to find myself.
Nike, you sure know how to crush a Sunday. #choosego
New place, new solo adventure, new gear ~ this is #doingthings with Outdoor Voices.
It's official. See you in November, New York.
Determined to end this year better than it started.
I couldn't be happier to welcome Fall and all it's races I'm preparing to run.
NEW YORK CITY MARATHON
5 Boroughs ~ Round 3
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Coming here was hard. Leaving was even harder.
In the land of real life Truffula trees.
A quick mid-week recharge and cousin hangs in Hudson, New York.
The final stop on my West Coast tour ~ Los Angeles and few other spots in SoCal.
Pacific Coast Highway, you win.
Somewhere between Oregon and California, I started to feel like myself again.
Oregon, you mended apart of me I was sure could not be fixed.
Hey Portland, I really, really like you.
Somebody pinch me.
After 2.5 years in VT, I finally made it to the tip of Camel's Hump.
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It’s Mental Health Awareness month ~ so let’s talk about it #endthestigma
A vlog of my solo road trip from Portland to Los Angeles.
It doesn't always have to be a significant other, it could be a friend, a parent, a sister, a grandparent or even a stranger who makes you feel loved. Whoever it is, know how lucky you are to be loved.
Real life is messy and full of outtakes. Find people who don't mind process or the clutter.
Tina found her lobster and I'm officially getting a brother.
Bet you didn't see that one coming.
In the midst of strangeness, I've found normalcy and beautiful things to celebrate.
A birthday spent at the beach.
It's about time I popped my Glossier cherry.
We must walk into the arena, whatever it may be— a new relationship, an important meeting, our creative process, or a difficult family conversation— with courage and the willingness to engage. Rather than sitting on the sidelines and hurling judgement and advice, we must dare to show up and let ourselves be seen.