Thursday, February 27, 2014

Social Media + Your Career

A day late, but not a buck short, on this Chatty Wednesday link up with Megan @ The Artistic Brunette but I'm okay with that so you should be, too!

I still have to pull this week's #DoGood52Ways challenge, so keep a lookout tonight or tomorrow!

Last week's challenge was to drink more water! 


I am especially excited about yesterday's Chatty Wednesday topic, so I'm doing it today. I tried to do it last night, but there was so much wedding stuff to do. Seriously, it's like I breathe in wedding things to do and breathe out completed projects or something. [I wish I was that productive...]

This week's topic is:

How can social media enhance your career?  Has it already?  Tell a story about how it has OR the benefits/steps to using it.




I've always been the girl on the computer. I'm sure many other bloggers and readers have been as well. Our generation is very technology centered and social media is always getting a bad rap for ruining people's careers.

I've had the opposite happen. Since college graduation, I have been employed by three different companies because of my social media skills. Each of these companies had different requirements and reasons - they aren't all social media jobs.

1. The Summer Camp / Teaching

I found my summer camp job on Craigslist and applied with hopes but no expectations. Unlike most summer camps, this was a technology summer camp. I've always known computers, but not really known computers.

While interviewing, I talked about my experience as a journalism student, blogger and avid social media user. To this day, these are the reasons I was hired and my boss will tell everyone.

I'm not extra knowledgeable or gifted in any one computer program like my colleagues. Instead, I have the mindset that picks things up easily. My social media use (and my boss's research of it) got me hired to teach children how to make video games and movies and so much more. I learned the programs before I taught them, of course. But I didn't go in knowing them.

2. Social Media Director

Obviously, my knowledge of social media got me this job. I also found this job on Craigslist and I worked for 6 months for a famous fashion photographer. We still keep in contact today and occasionally, I help her out with her social media.

She hired me to help her brand and run her sites. Since hiring a sole social media director, her brand has been growing and growing.

3. The Auto Body Shop

Yet another job I found on Craigslist! [Seriously, found every job except for my serving jobs there]. At the auto body shop I was the receptionist / office manager. My main responsibilities included keeping the files on cars organized and being a friendly face at the front counter [among so much more].

The auto shop was looking to grow their business, however. My knowledge of social media got me hired because of this. We didn't post every day on social media, like I did in my director position, but my knowledge helped them to grow their brand and customer base.


As you can tell, sharing your social media knowledge is so important and great for jobs. Being social and doing it in the right way, is also a testament of your character.

I would definitely recommend sticking to my social media rules, though.
  • Like with any public forum or space, put your best self forward and think before you speak. Social media is not like hanging out with your friends in the privacy of your bedroom. 
  • Use proper grammar. 
  • Don't post pictures of things that might offend others, unless your willing to offend. 
  • Don't talk about your work, other employees, or employer negatively. 


P.s. You'll find me over on Endless Bliss today reviewing Good Morning - one of my favorite books!

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Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Wedding Wednesday: Vendor Cancellations, Oh My!

side note, I decided to use summer camp pictures to embellish this post. I am sort of a character, so I hope you enjoy their ridiculousness and embrace the fact that really, they have nothing to do with my wedding... 

Woo, it's another exciting Wedding Wednesday and things are really starting to count down over her. We've got less than 60 days people!! I am so-ooo excited about this except for one thing...well two...sort of small things...

okay, I lied, two very big things. 

This is me upset...well, at summer camp, upset. Imagine I made this face when I got my bad news  though. 


Last week, both our DJ and our cake vendors cancelled.

Yep, they cancelled. Our cake decorator had a baby last month, so I was expecting the possibility of this.
Our DJ apparently moved to the Phillipines.

You might remember reading that we have a lot of family and friends helping out with the wedding. Both of these situations involve someone very close to us, and thus was very touchy.


Calmly solving problems...? 


Let's start with the cake. Because I want something super simple - vanilla cupcakes with vanilla frosting, no decorations - my pastry chef friend volunteered to do them as our gift. Easy peasy! Then she found out she was pregnant with her second child. As I mentioned, I was expecting this. We discussed this possibility early on, and she spoke with another pastry chef to be our potential back up.

We aren't going with him, afterall, because he lives over 100 miles away, but we were still prepared. It ends up, my mom's coworker is going to make them for us! My mom is my all time favorite baker, but she's already making my wedding dress so...she's a little stressed. Problem solved!

Our DJ is a little bit more difficult to replace. My uncle is paying for our DJ and, it was his friend who was supposed to be our DJ (but then moved to the Phillipines without telling anyone!). For this, we never had any official papers signed. I don't recommend following in our footsteps. If someone is offering to do something for you, get it in writing and deposits down.

We aren't overly stressed about finding a DJ because we actually have one in attendance. We're only going to use him as a last resort though, because we want him to enjoy dancing with his girlfriend! Our wedding coordinator has helped us find a replacement. I would recommend always having a list with a few back up names in case something like this happens to you!

Then I celebrated my win! 


We're the type of people who plan things out, things fall apart, and then eventually work out. I'm used to this being my life so I didn't freak out. Just calmly tried to find replacements. Although, if it were within the last 30 days of the wedding I would be worried.

Remember, some people plan a wedding in 30 days! If you are doing that, I would definitely recommend checking out The Mad Dash Down The Aisle, by Liz Coopersmith. She happens to be my day-of-coordinator and her book is chock full of great advice in last minute planning.

There's also this amazing website that I lost. But then I found a different website called Bride Rush where you can find last minute deals.

Has disaster struck in your wedding planning?
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Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Grab a Friend Blog Hop Co-Host

Woo! This should be a fun Tuesday!! :) 

A couple of announcements: 
1. Like the Color Me a Warrior Queen Facebook to get 15% off your first order [first 100 likes!]
2. Favorite the Etsy shop while you're at it. 
3. Take part in Her Campus' #LovingMe project
4. Join us in the blog hop below! 


Grab a Friend


Welcome to the weekly blog hop , Grab A Friend 
Link up here , answer a question , grab a blogger and be friends!

Every week this hop is created with lots of love + fun . So be sure to share it to more and more people can catch up and our lovely little hop can be large with more friends ;)





Want to co-host? Fill this form !

                           

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Now the co-hosts


Jenn
Welcome!

Corinne
When you go to follow your hosts , leave the answer to make their day + a bloggy present .  We all would love to share love back { will follow you back} .
This hop is for finding new friends & bloggy mates . So be sure to go and find yourself one . Hop over to at least three of the blogs. I am so happy cheery to see you all linking up with us every Tuesday . Yip-yip , you're rocking . 
Be sure to grab a button or link back so more people can see & mingle in.
Q: If you could travel to any place around globe right now , where and WHY would you go?

Jenn : 
I've had an obsession with the thought of traveling through South America since my Junior Year of College. I took a Latin American Architecture and Art History Course and felt like I was living through all of my professors stories. I would love the idea of being able to backpack through trails in the mountains in Peru, visit fresh markets in Brazil, and soak up the sun on the coast of Argentina. I also have to check out Panama, one of my Grandfather's favorite places and where he lived for years before moving to the United States. I'll just take a sketchbook and trek around documenting all the beautiful things I see and people I meet. 

Areeba: 

If it's about right now, I'd love to travel to Turkey. I'm obsessed to a Turkish drama series and I seriously want to meet some of those drama actors and see the places they're showing in the drama seriel.

Corinne:
I would travel to Australia. When I was 19, my brother, his wife and two children moved to Australia. They've not been back to England since and I've not been to visit them! My parents have travelled there 3 times but I've never been able to join them due to money, studies and work. They go for 6 weeks at a time and I could never afford to take that much time out! It's been almost 9 years since they moved, they have has two additional children in Australia that I'm dying to meet! I have 3 older brothers and the one that moved to Oz was the one I was closest to, I would baby sit my niece and nephew and they would stay at our house all the time. Now we only communicate though Facebook and Instagram, with the occasional Facetime chat when I'm at my parents house.

Rae:
If I could go anywhere RIGHT NOW, I would pick somewhere tropical like Antigua! It seems so relaxing and warm and I'm feeling beach-y. (California has cold beach waters). Plus, I would be spoiled since we are going to Europe in 2 months!!

Noor:

I'd like to travel to Australia right now because I need a grand vacation on beaches . Also , I'm craving summer so badly. So a quick Aussie holiday would be my fix.

Your turn to answer! You can either leave a comment or tweet us . You choose #DoItDoIt







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Monday, February 24, 2014

5 Little Grins Week 20 [Link Up]

5 Little Grins



 


We'll go ahead and say it: Most people think Mondays suck / are the worst / should die a fire-y death. I'm sure you get the picture.

We've all had our fair share of bad Mondays and bad Tuesdays and just plain ol' bad days. Instead of focusing on the bad, what if we focused on the good things?

What if we focused on the little things that made us smile today, yesterday, last week? Could our whole attitude change? In time, would we find that we're having more good days than bad?

Cassandra, Paulina and I would love for you to join us on our weekly link up counting at least 5 things that made you smile in the last week. We could start our Mondays on this positive note!

Of course, this is all about encouragement, so hop on over to some other blogs and leave a positive note and make a new friend!
The Rules! (These are really just kind suggestions)

1. Follow your hosts: Cassandra, Raewyn, and Paulina!

2. Link up your post that includes 5-ish things that made you smile in the past week

3. Comment after you link up

4. Go visit some other blogs and make some friends!

5. Have fun, and don't forget to smile!!
Okay, ignoring the fact that I was ridiculously sick last week, I have a ton to grin about and that makes me HAPPY. :) 





1. We checked a lot of things off of the wedding stuff - food tasting, cake design, vows/ceremony, flower girl dress, got our wedding shoes and wedding bands! 



2. My best friends' celebrated their birthday and it was SO much fun!



3. I went to the OC Blogger's Brunch on Saturday and I had such a blast meeting bloggers and giving back.



4. Last night we had an amazing  date night going to the shooting range. We will definitely be going back! 

5. Iman and my brother were so sweet when I was sick, taking care of me :) 


If you haven't been by our Facebook, Twitter or Instagram lately, then you have been missing out on our Etsy shop! It's live now and full of jewelry, t-shirts and scarves. More products are being added weekly :)

This bracelet is my favorite! 



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Sunday, February 23, 2014

Charity Sunday [Link-Up]

Today is such a special day for me! Last week, Megan from The Artistic Brunette contacted me to co-host this week's Charity Sunday link-up!  
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This week is the third Charity Sunday on Megan's blog - a bi-weekly Sunday post where she discusses non-profits, charities, giving back and creating a better world. All of the things that I love to talk about! Megan and I both believe that all individuals have a giving heart and want to feel a human connection. I refuse to believe that people are too selfish to help others, although they may be influenced by fear. 
There's nothing to fear in charity work, however! 
Today is a special Charity Sunday!  Today will be more about storytelling - sharing our favorite times we've worked with a charity or done community service. Please join us in sharing your story! 
Rules of the Game:
    1. The subject of your entry needs to be a story about charity work that you have done. Please do not link-up to your home page.
    2. Link-ups are a great way to build community and community is built when conversation is started. As part of the link-up, make an effort to visit at least two other links, leave a sweet comment and choose a social media to follow.
    3. Link back to this blog post so that we can have more stories to read!
I'm linking up my favorite time I gave back below! 

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Friday, February 21, 2014

Our Take On: The Dove Selfie Campaign

Remember yesterday when I said today I teamed up with Tori @ A Little Leigh Way for an exciting post? Well it's here!!

Months ago we began discussing starting a possible series on all things positively influencing women in the world and today is our series premiere! I couldn't be more excited for the topic we picked, so let's get to it.


First things first, if you don't know what the Dove Selfie Campaign is watch it now, below.





Now that you've taken a look at this awesome campaign, we can get to the fun part of discussing it! This campaign has had a fair bit of backlash, but the world selfie has had a ton of backlash as well. The term is used so much that it actually was Oxford's word of the year.

A selfie [obvi] is a picture you take of yourself. We used to call them Myspace photos, but apparently everyone has mastered cropping their arm out of the front of the picture...oh wait, our cell phones have evolved to our cameras with front facing cameras. Perfect!

Some people [many of them of a different generation than me] think that a selfie is self-ish and self-conceited but I think that they display self-worth.

Hear me out:

Each of us values ourselves for different reasons and some of us feel more comfortable in pictures than others, true. However, when you find a picture that you feel you look good in..it's a success! You feel good about that picture.

When you have low self-esteem, finding that one picture may change your perspective. Taking those pictures are empowering, while contradicting that at the same time.

What I like most about the Selfie campaign is that it tries to take away that contradiction - and it involves mothers and daughters bonding. [Having a female role model to bond with does wonders on your self-esteem and growth.]


This is me as I'm writing this post. 

Oh hey there face! Now I snapped this picture really quick. Like, one and done. Which usually isn't the case with seflies when we share them on social media- but what if they could be? 

Something interesting I've learned about myself in this is: while I wear makeup only a few days a week, I don't like to take selfies without makeup on my face. Interesting...

So now that you've watched the selfie video and learned my take on the selfie, you should definitely head over to A Little Leigh Way and learn Tori's take on the selfie!! Go right now! 

Then after you do that, take back the selfie with  #BeautyIs!


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Thursday, February 20, 2014

Down for the Count

Woah. So that came out of nowhere.

On Sunday night. I thought my wisdom teeth were bothering me and gave me a slight fever, but that slight fever slowly climbed to over 102 on Monday and I was down for the count. When I finally broke my fever Monday night, I felt like a completely different person.

Luckily, I had a couple of guest posts already scheduled! What foresight!

However, I'm still a little sick [obviously] and forgot to pull this week's Do Good Challenge before I left for work this morning. Plus, while I might be coherent enough to teach my students how to make websites [easy peasy] focusing my words into a blog post is quite a bit more difficult.

So today I'm going to be answering emails and comments and be back in full force tomorrow with a SUPER AWESOME post that Tori @ A Little Leigh Way and I have been planning for awhile!! :)

Here's a fun giveaway, too!!

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It's Giveaway day! 

Please imagine I said this in my best Oprah voice. 

One of the things I struggle with most as someone who participates in giveaways and hosts them is knowing what prizes to offer.  I do not want my sponsors to not get as many entries because the prize was not really that great according to the public. 

The best way I could think of to resolve this issues is to let YOU choose where you will be spending your prize money. I am calling it Choose Your Own Adventure Giveaways.  

Do you remember in elementary school when you could read the books and choose your own adventure and whichever way you chose that is the way the rest of the story went? Well lets apply that to giveaways now and you can remember elementary school, get some cash to a place you actually want, and leave here feeling good about yourself. 

Now go forth and follow the lovely ladies below and brainstorm where you might be spending your winnings. Erica Jacquline February Giveaway Erica Jacquline February Giveaway Sponsors

Erica - Erica Jacquline // Madi - And So I Did // Taylor - TMInspired // Kelly - Sew Crafty Cat // Raewyn - Be A Warrior Queen  // Madison - The Wetherills Say I Do



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Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Wedding Wednesday Guest Post

*This is a guest post by Charlene @ From Bisons to Buckeyes

First thing is first, I am going to put a little disclaimer in here that I am in no way a wedding expert and I know some brides will disagree with some things I list here, but I just want to share what worked for me.

So without further adieu, here are some tips for making sure your wedding day goes smoothly...
  • Enjoy your last few days of being single! Create memories with your friends the week leading up to your wedding. I cherish those memories so much. Not that I don't hang out with my friends now that I am married, but it's just not the same, you know? Besides, I had a lot of friends come in from out of town for the wedding that I don't get to see very much, so I wanted to spend time with them! Also, having these moments to take my mind off of wedding planning really helped calm me down.
  • Create a schedule to give out beforehand. I made a schedule outlining the entire weekend and gave it to all my bridesmaids. This schedule included the rehearsal and rehearsal dinner, bachelorette festivities (just the time, I didn't know what we were doing), bridal luncheon, getting our nails and hair done, and a photo schedule for the actual wedding day. You might even want to make one for the groomsmen and family members.
  • Make a list of must-have photos and give it to your photographer ahead of time. 
  • Drink lots of water both on your wedding day and the few days leading up to it. It is an exciting time and will be easy to forget to hydrate but the last thing you want is to be dehydrated on your wedding day. Especially if it is in the middle of a hot July in Georgia like mine was.
  • Don't put the dress on till you have too on your wedding day. Seriously that thing is probably hot and heavy. Besides, you don't want to get anything on it!
  • Do a first look and take 'couple' pictures before hand. I know some people say it is bad luck to see each other before the walk down the aisle, but we made the first look special and made a point not to see each other before then. We got married at 7:30 pm, so taking extra pictures after the ceremony just wasn't practical. I couldn't justify waiting till after when I had the whole day before the wedding and we could take our time and enjoy it.
  • Assign a job to each bridesmaid that she will be in charge of on the wedding day. I did this for a couple reasons, one being I could stop worrying about the things I assigned, and two being my bridesmaids felt important and didn't get bored. Some of the jobs I assigned include...
    1. Make sure you (the bride) drink plenty of water all day. As I mentioned earlier, it's easy to forget and you definitely don't want to get dehydrated on this day.
    2. Make sure you (the bride) eat. When I am nervous, I don't have an appetite at all, but you need your energy! Besides, there is so much going on it is easy to forget to eat as well.
    3. Get all your stuff from your dressing room to your car. Especially if you plan on leaving and going straight to the honeymoon without seeing anybody like we did. Having someone make sure your makeup and everything you used to get ready is in the car waiting when you leave will take a lot of that stress off of you.
    4. In charge of the getaway car decorations. I knew the groomsmen wanted our car decorated so I put a trustworthy bridesmaid in charge of overseeing it. Though, the car was still not as tasteful as I would like but that is another story.
    5. Keeping you (the bride) sane. I had someone whose sole job was to make me sit down, relax and take deep breaths. I picked someone who I knew wouldn't be annoying about it.
    6. Keeping up with the schedule and making sure everybody is where they need to be for pictures and whatnot.
    7. Pack a bridal survival kit (like the one from this pin on Pinterest) and be in charge of knowing where it is and getting it if needed. Fortunately, I really didn't need anything out of mine, but we had it in case I did.
  • Try to relax on your wedding day. After all, this is supposed to be the best day of your life, right? Enjoy it!
  • Going along with the above, focus on your husband-to-be. He is all that matters in the end anyway.
  • Don't sweat the small stuff. Face it, something is going to go wrong. You are trying to pull off this fantastic wedding that you have probably dreamed of your whole life. There are a lot of little details and natural law just says that every little thing can't be perfect. So don't worry if the music doesn't start at the exact moment or even if a bridesmaid trips down the aisle. It isn't the end of the world and most people won't even notice, let alone remember it years later.
  • And lastly, don't let your wedding planner completely run the show. If you want something done and she doesn't, don't cave. This is your day!
If you are married, did your wedding go smoothly? What tips would you add to my list?
Be sure to check out my the Wedding Series on my blog where I recapped my wedding weekend with lots of pictures!


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Tuesday, February 18, 2014

DIY Sharpie Mug + Hot Chocolate Truffle Ball Recipe [Guest Post]

Today, one of my fabulous sponsors is taking over the blog today! She's here to offer all of my cold readers, something to warm you up! 

Thank you, Raewyn for letting me take over your blog today with a DIY project and recipe that will hopefully add some warmth to this cold, cold winter!  I’m Jessica, here today from Living La Vida Holoka to show you how to make an easy project that would make a friendly little winter gift or a great treat to reward yourself from all that snow shoveling I’m sure you’ve been doing!  All you need for both projects are some items you probably already have in your home, plus a few that can easily be purchased for a few dollars.  First I’ll show you how to personalize a mug.  Then I’ll show you what to fill it with!

It’s so easy to personalize a mug for yourself or a loved one.  Find plain white oven-safe mugs at the Dollar Store or, if you’re lucky like me, stored away in the back of your kitchen cabinet!



DIY Sharpie Mug

- plain, white, oven-safe mug
- Sharpie markers (I prefer black, but have fun with colors and metallics!)

It’s important NOT to preheat your oven for this project.  You want to let the mug acclimate to the oven heat.  Decorate your mug however you like.  Have fun with it!  Make a personalized mug with your name or draw a great design.  Want to designate a mug for tea?  Draw a fun tea bag tag hanging over the edge of your mug.  I designated this mug for hot chocolate with a reminder to never forget the most important ingredient in a perfect cup of hot chocolate--the marshmallows!  When your design is finished, place it directly on your oven rack and turn your oven on to 350ยบ.  Let your mug bake for 30 minutes.  It’s also important to allow the mug to cool down in the oven before removing it. 

Now that you have a fancy new mug, what are you going to fill it with?  Since I made a mug for hot chocolate, how about some Hot Chocolate Truffle Balls?


Hot Chocolate Truffle Balls

- 1 - 12 ounce bag of semi-sweet chocolate morsels
- 1 c. heavy cream (you can also substitute coconut milk from the can as I did)

Heat chocolate and cream in a medium pot over low heat, stirring often.  When chocolate is completely incorporated into cream, remove saucepan from heat.  Let mixture cool at room temperature.  Pour mixture into a bowl or do as I did and stick the entire pot in the fridge.  Cover and let sit until mixture becomes firm and scoopable

Scoop mixture into balls and place them on a parchment or plastic wrap lined baking sheet.  Stick baking sheet back in fridge for 20 minutes.  Wrap truffle balls in plastic wrap and place in freezer until ready to use. 



To make hot chocolate:

Carefully add one truffle ball to hot milk.  Stir well until chocolate is combined.  Top with marshmallows or whipped cream.  Enjoy!

Jessica is a New Jersey blogger, wife, self-proclaimed foodie and DIY-er who also writes about local life and love on her blog Living La Vida Holoka.  She also sells handmade jewelry, wood block silhouettes, craft supplies and art prints in her Etsy shop, A Little Loka.  Receive 25% off your next order with code WARRIOR25 from now until March 18th.


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Saturday, February 15, 2014

Happy Bloglantine Day!

Aww, you guys! It's Bloglantine Day - aka Valentine's Day for your blog!

Bloglantine Day

Noor and Areeba suggest one of these topics to write about:
-How much do you love your blog
-What are you planning to gift your blog
-What are your plans for your blog in future
-The good times of you & blog
-Some good blogging memories
-And everything about you & your blog.


I've decided to write about how grateful I am for my blog, my blog friends and the opportunities my blog has brought me. I've always been proud to say I'm a blogger - even when no one read my blog. Heck! I love my blog so much, I've got the logo tattooed on my wrist [I recommend it, people will ask and then go follow your blog!]

Through blogging, I've met some wonderful people and made some great friends. This is so special to me, but the part that really tugs on my heart strings is when someone tells me to let them know if they can do anything to help with the Warrior Queen movement. When they tell me that they believe in the movement, I get so excited and jump up and down.

I'm not even joking. Technically, everyone should be in support of something like this. In reality, many people are not. I've had some negative reactions. Some "oh...that's cool" responses. That's okay, they'll understand some day. 

With you, my little blog, I've grown so much. It seems every time I had something heartbreaking or out of control you were there for me. The perfect place to fill the ideas my OCD brain comes up with when I'm stressed. I remember the day your name was born. The day my dad finally convinced me to sign up for Blogger. The days I waited to write my first post - terrified that this first post would define me, and define our movement. 

But I've grown so much, when I look back at those posts I wrote years ago. My dream has never changed, and I am so grateful to have this space of the internet to pursue that dream. 

The magazine may never come to fruition; a brand may never be born and the movement may very well stay grassroots for years to come. Whenever I find other blogs or movements similar, I might feel a twinge of jealous for a moment, and then a roar of excitement because we are out here! We are moving and we are shaking and we're in our own little corners, but one day we will all meet and grow into something big. One day, we will empower and inspire confidence. Self-love is the only thing that can truly heal us, and I think this has got to be my blog theme for the year. 



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Friday, February 14, 2014

Vlog Like a #VDaySwapBox

It's my favorite holiday!!!!!!!!!!! :) Last night I made some delicious strawberry chocolate chip cookies and red velvet crinkle cookies for Iman's work. yum, yum.




Links You Should Care About
My swap partner was Erica @ The Peacock Review
A Little Loka Etsy shop (use code WARRIOR25 until March 18)




Always Ashten


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I'm off to enjoy my heart-filled day! Happy Valentine's Day friends! 
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