Today I want to catch up with you guys – it’s been a while since I’ve caught you all to speed with my life. I guess the most important update is that I started working again! For the last 3 months I’ve been working as a social media freelancer in a small boutique PR firm. It’s […]
Have you ever found yourself sitting on your couch feeling blah and needing some quick inspiration? Well, I hope so because that sure does happen to me a lot. haha! So what do I usually do when that happens?
I’m back with my monthly “tell me more” series! Today I’ll be featuring a very special lady boss – Tairis Santana is a fashion designer based in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Tairis and I have known each other for quite some time and I’ve had the honor to witness her growth both personally and professionally
When Trump’s global plan to ban abortion funding was released, I nearly cried of anger. Where and how did we get here?! As you already know, I created this blog to share all the things I love and advocate for. Real life is certainly not all pretty pictures and I’m a big believer that we all have a duty to do what we can in whatever role we are in.
I’ve been wanting to launch this for quite some time. I technically dabbled into it two years ago when I first started blogging and it was always something I knew I wanted to pick up again. Tell Me More will be a monthly series featuring women trailblazers and girl bosses that I admire.
If you’ve been following my instagram (@plsdotell) then you would know that I’m currently running an amazing giveaway with Truthful Taxes, a family-owned business that helps you file your taxes in the most efficient way.
Have you ever thought of taking a class to learn something new or to just freshen up on something you’re passionate about? Well, I recently took a flower arrangement class and absolutely LOVED it. I learned about the class “Art of Floral Design” on the Verlocal site.
It’s 2017 and we may only be a few days in to the New Year but I have a great feeling about this one. And yes, there is a chance I could just be super optimistic about it all but the difference this year is that I actually feel differently already.