The Right Stuff

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[wearing: Bonlook RX sunglasses, NKOTB vintage tee, Madewell midi skirt, Vans sneakers] I grew up being completely obsessed with New Kids on the Block. I remember I had this technicolor sleeping bag with all of their faces on it and it was my absolute favorite thing in the world at that time. Donnie was, and is, my favorite (hi haters)! It’s been…

10 Questions with Kathleen Currie of Smoke Perfume

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Kathleen Currie is the creator of Smoke Perfume, a New Orleans-based company offering natural products like body oils, salt and sugar scrubs, candles, and perfume. I love the products and clever packaging, and the scrubs are the perfect gift for anyone. Kathleen is a massage therapist by trade, studied holistic health in college, and runs one of my favorite Instagram…

So You Want to be a Freelance Writer

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I’ve been freelance writing and editing for about six years now. Since my full-time job is in healthcare and is not very creative, freelancing has been not only a great supplement to my income but a good side hustle and a way for me to keep my brain engaged. I get to learn about new things when I’m researching topics,…

Cheetah Print Pants

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[wearing: Cloth & Stone tunic, Bella Luxx sweater, Lululemon pants, Adidas Gazelles] If I could live in yoga pants for the rest of my life, I absolutely would. I’ve been keeping an eye out for a pair that I can wear to Pilates class that don’t look like the traditional leggings, with bonus points given if it was animal print. I’m wearing this cheetah…

A Trip to Lincoln Beach

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[wearing: thrifted jacket via Little Flea, Topshop lace-up shirt, Chan Luu horn necklace, UNIF Valen skirt and sheer socks, Prada shoes] Happy New Year! Here are some pictures from a day trip out to Lincoln Beach in New Orleans East. This was the site of a popular amusement park, swimming pool, and entertainment center for African-Americans in the time of segregation…