Reader Interactions


  1. Where do I begin? I totally love this post! It was great reading about and getting to know you and your family. I love that you embrace your uniqueness and live life on your terms! Not being fulfilled working for someone else is something we definitely have in common. I love being creative and figuring things out and Iโ€™m a workaholic as well. Lol

    • Thank you so much for the kindness, Amerika! It means the world knowing I have your support! I think we are created to be unique and I love seeing what you do!

  2. Carolyn! I read every word and thoroughly enjoyed it. You are wise beyond your years. Wow! And I hear ya on not having a big family. I have two and I cannot imagine taking care of one (or two) more.

  3. You are such a cute mama and you have a beautiful family!! Love your blog and always enjoys your pictures! Love that blogging gives us the opportunity to express ourselves creatively!

    cute & little

  4. The very second I saw you post about this article on your Instagram story, I hopped on over to give it a good read. It was SO fun to learn more about you. I feel like I’ve become so fascinated with your style and life through your posts, but was definitely missing some key details about who you are and what your family dynamic is like. Thank you for sharing!

  5. I loved getting to know more about you! Like you, I want to live in LA! Also, as a teacher, I also hold the opinion that college doesn’t necessarily mean a secure job. It makes me sick to my stomach when we have “college week” and we pressure the students at my school to apply for colleges. There are so many other ways to get a higher education that don’t require going into debt (like I did for a teaching degree that doesn’t pay the bills). This is something I will make sure my future kids know so that they can make the right choices for their education and financial opportunities.

  6. The picture of your sweet son falling into the grass is beyond precious. Oh my goodness, he is a cutie! I love your career/education path and how you empower people to do what works for them! That’s so major since the traditional education route is not for everyone.

    -xo, Azanique |

  7. I am so glad I can still keep up with what you’re getting into in life after all these years! Unfortunately we lost touch but I will always wish you the best girl!! Love you forever!

  8. It was nice to learn we both are Christians! That’s cool that you are. God is really important to me and I’m continuing to share hope to people during these times. I have loved fashion since I was a teen and found it as an outlet to express myself and relieve stress. I am a former hoarder and shopping addict, so I love your posts about making the most out of what you already have in your closet. You have a beautiful family and it’s nice to learn more about you. You’re gorgeous and your website is very nice. I look forward to seeing more of your posts.

    • I’m happy to hear that you are sharing hope during these times…that is so important! I’m also glad this blog is helping you use what you have. I used to shop mindlessly too and “using what you have” was born out of that phase of my life. So happy to have you around, Kimberly!!

  9. So adorable. I randomly found your blog on Pinterest this morning and it was so refreshing and inspirational.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

- powered by chloรฉdigital