July Goal Recap Stay ahead! I didn’t do this goal as well as I had hoped but without a doubt I was more ahead than I have been in recent times. This is definitly a goal I’d like to keep working on. Dye my hair. Yes, ma’am! I said goodbye to green, and hello to
June Goal Recap Work hard to save money! I started investing! In June I began using both Stash + Acorns on top of Digit. That sounds like a whole mess of apps to be dealing with but honestly, I feel so much better spreading out my savings like this. While I can withdraw my money
planter by Friend Assembly, available at Moorea Seal. Lot of air plants from Amazon. May Goal Recap Watch 7 new TED talks. Done! My favorite of the ones I watched last month was this one by Sarah Knight. Just so ya know, there is definitely some strong language in it. Take a hike. Done!
planter by Friend Assembly, available at Moorea Seal. I’ve mentioned quite a few times how much I enjoy making lists, and how much I like making goals. I make intense to do lists daily and write a hefty list of goals at the beginning of every year. I recently started reading the blog Writes
striped pen // let’s do this notepad // mahogany scented candle // planner I am SO excited about the new year. I know the whole internet thinks it’s dumb but I love the idea of a fresh start. A reset button! A time to review how you’re doing and make changes if you deem them
case by Valley Cruise Press One of my goals for 2016 was to save money… which next to “get fit” is probably one of the most popular goals in the world that no one ever actually accomplishes, right? Yeah, well this year I DID IT, all thanks to Digit! Hilariously enough this post, which is
Although we haven’t been exploring too much lately, Memorial day weekend Jeff and I photographed a few abandoned houses which is always exciting. Out of all the abandoned places I’ve been, houses always seem to be my favorite. Perhaps because they’re more relatable than giant factories or football fields. You can look in an abandoned
poo to do notepad by Kodiak Milly The problem with new year’s goals for me isn’t that I don’t accomplish them, it’s that a week or two into the new year I think of fifteen more things I wish I had added to that list. I guess I really just like making goals (and