“Fancy-shmancy” date night GRWM on my stories. When I was in high school every holiday season my 3 best friends and I would get all dressed up and go out for what we called a “fancy-shmancy” date night with each other. None of us really dated in high school, so never had an excuse to get dressed up and go out, looking back it was one of my favorite transitions. It’s so funny to fast forward 6 years and we’re all married and going out on “fancy-shmancy” date nights for the holidays with your husbands and friends.
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Suspish ⁉️🕵🏻♀️ My @baileysarian merch came in!!!! I live for Bailey’s merch! It’s high quality, super comfy and definitely my style! 🖤 I cannot thank @merchlabs enough for their amazing customer service with replacing an item in my order. 🖤 Swipe to see this outfit styled with a leather coat!
The one artist I am completely enamoured by and cannot seem to find any flaws in her work is jorinde voigt. Here is my first attempt at breaking down one of her paintings to be able to internalise it /understand my perception or “love” of it #jorindevoigt#curve#mapping#saturday#diagram
We hope your Sunday is as chilled as I feel in this picture!
💭 I first heard the phrase “emotional risk” used on @trustyourbodyproject’s podcast a few weeks ago and I’ve been thinking about it ever since. I have the “emotional” and “risk-taking” parts of life down to a science, so why is it so hard for me to... take emotional risks? I believe it’s because, like many of us, I am afraid to emotionally invest in something, to believe in something with my whole heart, and it not work out. Whether I realize it or not, I am terrified of my emotional investment + my energy not being matched.
My mom always told me to visualize the things I wanted and “act like they were already my reality” —so here is my pledge to expand that thinking beyond the things I want that don’t involve any emotional risk.
Last month, I applied for a job I really, really want. It seemed so far from my reality that I denied my feelings of how hopeful I truly am that maybe the universe has my back on this one. Definitely a dream. This week, I got an email signifying that my application had made it to the next step in the company’s selection process! I cried my eyes out (and scared my mom and all my friends in the process of FaceTiming them while sobbing). I was so relieved and excited and nervous. I realized that I’d accidentally become really invested in the idea of this job over the last month of waiting for a response —I had taken an emotional risk!
I have been realizing that our greatest, most incredible feats —the ones that statistically, reasonably shouldn’t have worked out— are the ones that require the greatest emotional risk. The ones that require us to ask BIG things of the universe. The ones that almost seem impossible, like there’s no way they could ever work out... but the universe is abundant!! ASK the universe for what you want. Then live as if it has already been granted to you. And please, please, please: go on and take the emotional risk. ❤️