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    Sunday Feels

    A mood board from Saatchi Art to inspire the week. Click an image to buy the print.



    Visits home are a little bittersweet. They always end in goodbye. The page turns and the next chapter begins to unfold, and there's this anticipation of new adventure.

    This summer, I've been dabbling in transnational feminism and gender studies, social media marketing and mobile optimization, and some audio production and videography (check out my interview with Covet Boutique owner Adrienne Wiley if you missed it). My brain feels stretched and ready to level-up again this fall. Buuuut I wish I had another week to put my feet up and lounge around the desert with my man.


    August has been a whirlwind, and I feel like a bad blogger with my lack in updates. (I've been on Instagram a lot more frequently if you've missed me! *insert winking-kissy-face emoji here*) Between my trip to Tahoe and desert getaway, I wrapped up my finals for summer semester. And tomorrow I'm back to school for fall. Time's flying!


    I arrived back in the city yesterday. A serious day of Planes, Trains and Automobiles (sans the crazy, thank god).

    Finally finished Amy Poehler's book, Yes Please. An awesome read, inspiring and personal and raunchy in all the right ways. She gets it. Life. And I'm all about the little things, like the fact that the final chapter has her landing in San Francisco, and I'm reading it as my plane is touching down at the very same airport. I appreciate people who unabashedly talk about the obstacles of life (and time-travel, and robots, and about the things that they learned while shrooming). If you haven't read it yet, do yourself a favor and pick up a copy.



    "Change is the only constant. Your ability to navigate and tolerate change and its painful uncomfortableness directly correlates to your happiness and general well-being. See what I just did there? I saved you thousands of dollars on self-help books. If you can surf your life rather than plant your feet, you will be happier."
    -Amy Poehler, Yes Please










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