This past Friday, the new Restoration Hardware Austin (also now referred to as RH) location opened. On Wednesday night my girl Erin and I got to attend their grand opening party and it was one of the best events I’ve been to in Austin this year. We had so much fun sipping bellinis and wandering the . . .
There's been quite a bit of moving and shaking happening around here lately. Probably the most exciting news is a new project I've decided to tackle; in the form of remodeling a 1950's 780 sq.ft bungalow. It's a family investment and we've already begun the grueling, but equally fun remodel process. . . .
It may still be in the mid-eighties here in Texas, but there is something special about the first rainy days. This stretch of stormy weather has me pulling the sweaters out of storage, browsing boots online and indulging in some of my favorite rainy day activities. As much as I love long endless . . .
So you're ready to learn how to design a capsule wardrobe. Maybe you don't even know what a capsule wardrobe even is, but you're simply tired of having a closet packed full of clothes you never wear. You feel guilty from purchases made on impulse or defeated from ill-fitting clothes from a past . . .
If you already follow me on snapchat, you may have noticed I've been regularly hitting up a variety of different fitness studios around town. After so many years of doing the same exact workout day after day to train for volleyball, the only way I stay inspired to continue working out is by having a . . .
The ability to let things go and focus on the good instead of the bad: positive vibes. It can be easy to get swept up into the everyday stresses or from the inevitable curve balls of life. We're all capable of training our brains to believe what we want. The power of thought is incredible. I . . .
In the past year, I've found myself increasing irritated with fast-fashion retailers. My focused has shifted to investing in higher quality clothing that will maintain their structural integrity for more than one wear or wash, while being versatile enough to last through several seasons. And with . . .
As you may have noticed, I've been rather MIA on the blog in recent weeks. The craziness of SXSW and the start of a demanding new job has taken it's toll on me. I've also been dealing with some personal matters that have left me both mentally and emotionally exhausted. But the silver lining . . .
Last week I got incredibly sick. My WebMD diagnosis is that I had walking pneumonia. On top of feeling like death, the week was... of course, packed full of meetings, photoshoots and obligations that I simply couldn't bail on. I just didn't have 'time' to be sick. It was chaotic, busy and . . .
It's really difficult to live a totally balanced life. One of the best ways to restore balance and inner peace is a good vacation. For the past three years, we've escaped to Breckenridge, Colorado. Always around January or February. It's a slower time of year and gives us the opportunity to regroup . . .