Last year, I wrote a blog about being “Happier” in 2019. After the hardest year of my life in 2018, I was determined to enter the new year with a new mindset of finding the best in things and being thankful for what I did have instead of what was missing or taken away. This […]Read More Year of Love
The city girl returns!!! After 3 months living in my favorite city I am (sadly) back home in Georgia. BUT – the PAST 3 months have been the absolute best experience of my life, and I wouldn’t change them for anything. From getting engaged in the Hamptons, to living on my own in a New […]Read More THE CITY GIRL IS BACK (GUIDE TO NYC’S MUST-DO’S)
I sat down on December 30th and tried to write my blog about how great a year 2018 was, and how excited I was to start fresh in 2019. Like the two years prior, my “New Years” blog has always been a favorite of mine, where I got to reflect on my personal growth and […]Read More h a p p i e r
NEW YORK CITY EDITION Here it is. The highly anticipated & over-the-deliciousness of all things yummy in N Y C. SO… Quick story behind this blog & lil foodie review of mine – I’ve been obsessing over all things beautiful, rare, & yum when it comes to food for the past few years, which I […]Read More DEETS on my EATS
Time. Time rolls on. And here we are again. Page 365 of 365. The end of a chapter 17 in the NY Times best-selling book of Life. Last year I started on the adventure of creating my own blog, and my first post was entitled “New Year, not so New Me”. Boy was I wrong. […]Read More t i m e
To my little sister on her first day of her senior year… Here it is. Today is finally here – you’re officially a SENIOR! First off, congratulations for making it through eleven years of Valwood (at the top of your class I may add), and today will begin a new chapter, your final and twelfth […]Read More To my little sister on her first day of Senior Year —-
It was round 4 of Hawaii for the Hathcock family as we packed our suitcases (about 20 to be exact) and headed far far west for the islands of Hawaii. This trek is something oh so familiar to us, having been visitors of Maui, Hawaii for four summers in a row, it felt almost natural. […]Read More Hawaii Four-0 ??