Trusts in love

trusts that it is lovedI feel that I’m enormously lucky in that I can always trust my husband to be behind me in my struggles. He’s got my back, and I can go to him with my worries. He doesn’t always have all the answers- nobody does- but he’ll find them with me. How much more can I ask for?



Being myself…

beauty beginsattract what you expect

“Every experience is a paradox in that it means to be absolute, and yet is relative; in that it somehow always goes beyond itself and yet never escapes itself.”  –T. S. Eliot

These quotes suit my mood of late. Sometimes it’s hard to be true to yourself, but it’s (almost?) always worth it in the end. I say almost because I can’t say for sure. I’m not at the end.

2015 Color Trends – Pantone Color Of The Year 2015 – ELLE DECOR


2015 Color Trends – Pantone Color Of The Year 2015 – ELLE DECOR.

As a Fashionista I tend to take Fashion very seriously. See the word capitalized? 🙂

Forecast trending is VERY important in staying Fashion forward. Going to top resources and checking out the upcoming trends will allow you to stay fashionable every season!

Check it out and tell me what you think of this Fall’s forecast.

(see follow up post to find out what is ‘Pantone’ and why it’s important in Fashion)

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My Week

work hard and be niceThis is what I’m working on this week, guys. I’ve been crazy busy, busy being crazy, and busy driving my husband crazy. I’m a hormonal wreck (hormones are so much fun, aren’t they? Heh.) and planning a huginormous event that’s coming up this week. So I’m just praying that I’ll be able to hold everything together until it’s all over and done with, and manage to stay nice to everyone in the meantime. 

My husband and I started this tradition in the beginning of our marriage that when we were having a hard time being positive with each other we’d go one whole week committed to not being critical. AT ALL. If we had a critical thought, word, or anything about ourselves, someone else, or heaven forbid, our spouse, we’d have to start all over and try really really hard to think only criticism FREE thoughts and speak nicely. It’s really refreshing, and it makes you realize not only how many critical thoughts you have about people on the street and the people that you love, but yourself! You have to think to yourself “nope, I’m not thinking this way right now. What can I think instead? How about.. my hair might look nice this way?” Or “dinner was good, but it might be even better if I added a little more of ___.” 

It’s a life changer. We got the idea from a favorite author of ours, Dr. John Lund an LDS author who speaks and writes about improving marriages and communication. You can check his stuff out at your local library, and he has a great audiobook, too, “For All Eternity.” and it talks about communicating, love languages, and resolving conflict. This is where we got this idea. 

So. Wish us luck. And try it for a day, then maybe for two days. This is what I did in the beginning, and I wrote down how I did in my journal. It was really interesting to me what I found out about myself, and how critical I am of myself. And of others, even just in my head. 



Have I Done Any Good?

 This video made me think. It made me think about what good I’m doing every day; I suppose that in one way that’s how I gauge how well I’m living my life. If I get the feeling from the Spirit that I’m doing well at serving my fellow human beings, then I’m doing pretty well. That’s kind of what I live for. I love to make other people feel happy, and feel love. That’s what life is all about for me. 

So I wonder how I can make my writings here more meaningful that way- how can I do more good here? Shall I try to be more introspective and personal? More deep and spiritual, or more fun and light? Maybe all of these would reflect me better. What do you think?

And what do you like to do to make other people feel glad?