Summertime is probably one of the most challenging seasons when it comes to styling my hair. When I don’t have something important going on, I usually opt for a good old top knot on top of my head to keep it out of my way. But I do love to get creative and find ways to keep my long hair styled and out of my face at the same time- so I love to play around with beachy waves and braids!
So, life has completely gotten away from me in the last couple of months and therefore I haven’t manged to get out a blog post since the Spring! I love using this space to share my thoughts and ideas, and so I’m making a promise to myself that I’m going to make it a priority to keep up with consistent posts! I’m sharing my journey to self-love (that I’m sure many of you may be able to relate to), as well as my favorite tips for cutting down your wardrobe while still maintaining a revolving door of new clothes (and it’s a great way to practice responsible and ethical fashion!)
So excited that I’ll be attending The New York International Auto Show this year with A Girls Guide to Cars again! Last year I had such a fun experience and I’m always on board for anything supporting women, especially in industries where women are perceived to be less knowledgeable than men, or it’s assumed that it’s a “man’s world”. A Girls Guide to Cars certainly opened up on this and the facts surrounding this myth and served a great education to the car buying world when it comes to women and the roles that we play.