Dealing with Trauma Triggers

I’m super hesitant to write this post for fear that some will read it as nothing more than a political post. Honestly, it has nothing to do with politics. This is purely a raw post about where I am and how I’m coping with trauma triggers.  I hope it can be...

White Girl Can’t Jump

I mentioned in a previous post that my dad used to work for a sanitation company. He’s a mechanic and repaired the garbage trucks. In that same post I’d revealed we were really poor and that a lot of times he’d bring us home gifts that were actually...

find your niche

This has been on my mind A LOT lately. It’s a conversation that I’ve had more than once with a friend. This is pretty much how it goes: The setting is an arts and craft festival. Me: wow, what a great crowd we’re having! Friend: if you aren’t selling here, you’re the...

Don’t Do it, Dolly

I often tease that Dolly Parton is the matron saint of the little nest I think highly of Dolly. And not for the two obvious, in your face reasons that you might think. She is a smart business woman.  She went from growing up poor in a small country town to becoming a...

Celebrating small victories

As many of you know, I have this adorable little camper that I am in love with. Today I’d like to share one of the small victories I recently had with her! Come this June, I will have owned T@agatha (that’s her name, it’s a play off of the model name, which is T@g)...

peanut butter jelly time

  Social media is really misleading. It often makes it appear that we have it all together. Our lives/studios in picture perfect order. Our products ready for a magazine spread. But MY reality is so far from the online presence that I try to present. I don’t believe...
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