Amy Believes in Pink

Today I'm interviewing Amy from I Believe in Pink. Her blog is super bright, inspiring, and I adore her style. So I thought I'd set up an interview and share some insight on one of my favorite bloggers with you. 

  • How would you describe yourself and personality?
Colorful, positive, and enthusiastic! I'm also very organized and detail-oriented, which I think you have to be if you run a blog. 
  • When did you start blogging and why?
The beginning of my freshman year of college. I was taking a lot of the numbers-based prerequisite courses for Richmond's business school, like calculus, and decided that I needed a little more color and creative in my life:) It started as a hobby but quickly turned into a business, and I ended up designing my major around the skills I use in blogging. 
  • How do you maintain a successful blog?
By being disciplined and multi-tasking. You have to LOVE blogging to be a full-time, involved student while being the creative director and editor for your own blog. Thankfully, I'm addicted to doing it so I just fill all of my spare time with blogging. I've been known to blog in crazy places (like on the beach!) in order to get a post up. 
  • What blog do you highly recommend for others?
Ah, I have so many favorites! Lonestar SouthernChronicles of Frivolity, and Gal Meets Glam to name a few :) 

  • What is your inspiration in life?
This is such a hard question! haha. I would say that I'm inspired by my mom/sister, my girlfriends, magazines, pop culture, travel, Pinterest... I pretty much pull inspiration all the time from whatever I'm exposed to. 
  • What's your aspiration in life?
Another hard one! I'd love to work in digital media/PR for a fashion company, maintain and expand I Believe in Pink (I see myself shifting into more decor and lifestyle posts as I get older), and prioritize my family and friends above all :) 
  • What would you consider your style?
Colorful, classic, and feminine. 
  • What can you not leave the house without?
Eyedrops (that's super practical and unglamorous of me, I know, but I have horrible vision and wear really strong contacts so my eyes get bothered when I stare at my computer for hours on end, haha!) 
  • What’s one thing you want to do before you leave this world and be remembered for?
My aim is to bring positive energy to everything I do and make people feel appreciated and loved :) 
That everyone is Amy! Be sure to check out her blog!
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Rockbridge Fall Camp 2016 Recap

So last weekend I went to Rockbridge campsite in  mountains of  Virginia for a Young Life camp with my school. I was definitely a different experience and I was able to get both closer to my friends and Jesus all at once. It was a weekend unplugged from the world, and it was just us, Jesus and nature and it was an amazing experience. Here are some highlights from below.

So above are two photos of one of the most terrifying moments of my life. My dear friend, Lydia, somehow convinced me to come face to face with my fear of heights. Not a good idea. We were about 50ft in the air on nothing but a harness attached to whatever that thing is, haha. You pull a string and then you're just going with the wind. Our dear friend James, decided he'd pull the string unexpectedly so we were not prepared for that drop, as you can see in the first picture.

Club was by far my favorite part of the trip. There was music and games and an wonderful message brought to us each day. They're was also music bought the very talented Lou Ruiz, check him out here and then head to spotify. Lydia also has some great clips on her instagram.

Big shout out to Taylor, the one who's back I am on, for chasing me around the whole campsite because I didn't know what I wanted to do. Also to Kate for the walking the trail and having a wonderful conversation.

Here is dear Lydia again, which I have mentioned a few times throughout the blog. Be sure to check out her works of art here and on her instagram.

And lastly cabin time. I chance where I got to get close to each of these girls and we got to share are hearts with each other. By far my favorite time to just sit down and reflect with these girls. They definitely made this trip one to remember and I can't wait for more adventures with them.

So that is Rockbridge 2016 for you, and if you've never been to a Young Life camp or club, you should try it out and attend. Just talk to your leaded at school or ask an counselor about it! Til next time.
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Practically Imperfect Intereview

Today I'm sharing an interview with one of my favorite bloggers, Hannah, from Practically Imperfect. Her blog is super cute, fun and great for travelers. I highly recommend and now I present the blogger behind Practically Imperfect.

What has God been teaching you lately?
- So often we know things in our head, but have yet to truly put them into practice in our hearts. This has been true for me when it comes to the topic of giving up control. What I've been learning lately is that when you give it over to Jesus, His plan is far beyond anything you could ever imagine. It can very easy to focus on trying to control the end results that you want rather than simply enjoying the steps it takes to get there. Trusting God's perfect plan and His timing is so much sweeter. And that has been so true, especially lately. This past month has been filled with so many things that I could have never guessed would become part of my story. 

What's life mantra?
- "I always find beauty in things that are odd & imperfect. They are much more interesting." - Marc Jacobs 

Verse that anchors your soul.
- Pslams 104:33

Who is your "mentor" or go-to in Christ?
- My momma. Her wisdom, guidance, and selfless compassion for others has set such an example for me my entire life. She is truly the most beautiful person I know, on the inside and out. 

What's your coffeehouse order?
- Either an iced coffee with almond milk and no sweetener OR if I'm feeling fancy, a hot lavender latte. 

Spotify go-to playlist?
- I seriously LOVE making Spotify playlists. This playlist that I made has been the soundtrack to this fun, crazy, busy, adventure-filled summer.

What do you want to be remembered for in this life?
- Kindness, joy, and light.

Inspiration in life?
- For everyone to know the love and absolute peace that comes with knowing Jesus. 

Special thanks to Hannah for doing this interview and working with the blog! Be sure to check her out at Practically Imperfect! Have a wonderful day.

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Quirky Chronicles: Happiness Link-up

So today I am hosting something new. It’s literally just going to be a series of collaborations with other bloggers titled. The Quirky Chronicles, and this week’s edition is Happiness. It’s an link-up and at the end of this post you can find other bloggers posts on happiness and read their articles or posts and share them with others.

I chose the topic happiness because I just think it’s how the world moves. I love seeing others smile and I love smiling. I hate when someone brings me down and I hate being down in the blues. Happiness is just a blissful feeling and I just wanted to spread happy things through the web and blogs and share things with others.

I am going to share with you all things that I live for. I would say smile, but I am always smiling or at least trying to always be smiling, brighten someone’s day up. But anyway below I’ve included somethings I live for:

-          Quite mornings or afternoons in a coffee-shop.
-          Journaling with a cute pen and journal.
-          Seeing the leaves change colors.
-          Babies smiling or laughing.
-          The smell of pumpkins. Actually any scent or thing related to Autumn.
-          Making others smile.
-          Overcoming an obstacle.
-          Annoying hashtags
-          Texting with emojis or Bitmoji.
-          Meeting new people
-          Conversations with a random person about the gospel. There is literally nothing better than just to be sitting down or walking and bump into someone and immeaditley just connect and start talking about faith with each other.
-          Sweet Frog #froyo
- When you have both headphones in and your favorite part comes on.
- Random compliments
- Spinach & Kale
- Meeting someone with the same interest. Because others think I'm weird so.
- Pastel skies and wallpapers
- People with accents, especially southern ones. 
- Seeing people performing ballet
- Cuddling with a lit candle
- iced lattes, PSLs, and cream sodas
- quiet walks or moments on beach or in mountains 
- Being reunited with someone you haven't seen in awhile
- HUGS.  #hugger

What are some moments or things you live for? Be sure to check out posts below!
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Importance of Christian Friendship

After joining Young Life, I started to realize the difference & impact people have on your life when you share the same faith with them. It's easier to live peacefully per say, when you have someone who can relate to you on a totally different level and can be there for you and able to encourage you. I collaborated with a few bloggers to give you different insights on the importance on  having friends who share the same faith as you in your circle/daily life, to show really how important it is.

Mikayla from A Seersucker State of Mind:

The significance on surrounding yourselves with Christ lovers is so valuable. Oh darling, I could go on a rant about this. I was actually writing a few letters about this to a few of the girls who I lead in my middle school small group about this. You have heard it once, and I am going to tell you again -- you conform into the people you surround yourself with. You decide who you become by choosing who you are with. Does that make sense? For a Biblical example -- Timothy.He chose to stay close to Paul whom loved the Lord with all his heart. He chose to be discipled by Paul. We see many of the same attributes of Paul in Timothy. As Christians, we are called to make friendships that are uplifting. Make friendships that are encouraging-- encouraging growth in your walk with Christ. We cannot walk this past alone -- in fact, God does not want us to. We are called to consider each other -- consider each other's relationship with God and help each other with that (Hebrews 10:24). Your bond with your brothers and sisters in Christ is so treasured. It is so necessary to have people to do life with and flourish with.

Destiny from Destiny Hope Rose (more in depth)

No matter what stage in your faith you stand, you have a call. Raised in a Christian home your whole life but you’re just now accepting salvation for your individual self? There is a call on your life. Lived as an atheist until God radically transformed you? There is a call on your life. Still trying to figure out this whole “Christian thing?” There is a call on your life. Living out a Christ-like life daily? There is a call on your life. We each have a specific call in order to fulfill the ultimate goal- that others will come to know the same Christ who loves us unconditionally and be with Him for eternity.

Although we each have a specific calling, we cannot walk in that calling alone. In 1 Corinthians 12:12-31, Paul writes about the body of the church and how it is directly parallel with the human body. Each body part is important and necessary and must work together to function! We cannot live alone. Walking out life with fellow believers is not just encouraged; it is vital! In Proverbs 27:17, it says, “As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another.” Being close friends with other believers makes you better! You don’t have to worry if you’re “good” iron or not. Iron sharpens iron no matter what, so find some strong Christian friends that you can walk alongside- bumping into one another intentionally and making each of you stronger every day. Ecclesiastes 4: 12 says, “A person standing alone can be attacked and defeated, but two can stand back-to-back and conquer. Three are even better, for a triple-braided cord is not easily broken.” Why walk alone and be defeated when you can walk in joyful friendship and work together to attack the evil in your life?

In order to foster good character, we must surround ourselves with good company (1 Corinthians 15:33). However, sometimes it can be hard to tell the difference between normal friendships and “Christian” friendships. A Christian friendship should be full of these three things:

1. Encouragement

We have to build each other up! The bible covers this over and over and over again! 1 Peter 4:8 tells us to love deeply because “love covers over a multitude of sins.” Ephesians 4:29 commands that “no corrupting talk” come out of our mouths but to build each other up. 1 Thessalonians straight up says to encourage one another! Who doesn’t like being encouraged? Be that friend for others and seek out those who do the same.

2. Intentional

This is a big one. I think this is what stands out the most when comparing a worldly friendship to a Godly one. Being intentional shows love, selflessness, and genuine care. Philippians 2:6-8 talks about how God made himself nothing and became a human just to show us that he loves us! If we want to be like God and we want to love people, we have to put others above ourselves. We have to realize that we are not more significant. In humbling ourselves and serving others, we become more like God everyday. Good friendships come out of genuinely caring for others in the good times and especially in the bad times.

3. Honesty

Compliments are nice. Having someone who always agrees with you makes you feel good. But what kind of person will that make you? You don’t grow from that. Good friends aren’t always going to boost your ego and flatter you. That is not the calling of a good friend. Proverbs 27:6 says, “Wounds from a friend can be trusted, but an enemy multiplies kisses.” A wound will not kill you. Hitting your high self-esteem won’t kill you. Being wrong won’t kill you. Sometimes you just need to be set straight. With that being said, all honesty should be presented with the love of Christ.

Being a friend means to encourage others in their transformation of becoming like Jesus. Every aspect of our lives- especially the people in our lives- should point us to Jesus. Sometimes it can be hard to find fellow believers in your circle, but I beg of you to search harder, press into God in prayer, and put yourself in a place where you can make Christian friends. If my words and the verses I mentioned are not enough reason to have Christian friendships, then look at Jesus. Can you imagine if during his three years of ministry, he didn’t have his friends? 1) It would be extremely lonely. 2) He wouldn’t accurately represent the heart of God. 3) He probably would not have had as much fun!

Let me leave you with this. In John 15:12-14, Jesus says, “My command is this: Love each other as I have loved you. Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends. You are my friends if you do what I command.”

Love one another deeply. Encourage each other. Be intentional. Be honest. Walk together. Have fun.

Alison from Beauty & Blazers

As someone who comes from a family that was never very involved in the church, I cannot stress enough the importance of having Christ-like relationships. It has helped me so much in my walk with Christ to know that I have people I can rely on for encouragement and help, especially because they are my main source of spiritual advice. Being able to have substantial, important conversations with these people has been one of the biggest blessings in my life. I was brought to the church through my best friend of 10 years, which is why I want to stress that where your closest church friends provide you with the spiritual nourishment you need, you should provide that same blessing to someone else - it could absolutely change someone's life, just like my friend did for me. 

Jada from The Classy Redhead

This past year I made a big life transition from high school to college. This transition would not have been possible without my closest of friends. These friends were so important to me because of the amazing connections we all have with each other through Christ. I think that having friendships like these are so important because you know that they are always going to be there and remind you of all the amazing things that Christ has in store for you when college or even life gets too much to handle.
However, it is ok if not all of the people you interact with or are even friends with have the same relationship with Christ as you do. What matters is that your actions reflect those of Christ. This is important because that is what we are called to do.
“Serve wholeheartedly, as if you were serving the Lord, not people.”- Ephesians 6:7
I hope this helped you see the actual importance of having people who share the same faith in your daily life/ circle. Have a blessed one.
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A Story Worth Telling: Mary Paul Hunt

Today on the blog I will be collaborating with a dear friend of mine, Mary. I met Mary after being invited to Young Life, and she is literally one of the sweetest people ever. After I discovered that she was a blogger and read her story, I had to collaborate with her. So here I present Mary Paul Hunt from Incomparable Glory.

- What has God been teaching you lately? 

Recently, the Lord has been teaching me to be present and seek His face in the mundane of everyday life. I leave in 15 days for Oregon (I've never been on a plane before- ah!) to serve on Young Life work crew at Washington Family Ranch Creekside, and I am so excited that I just want to rush through these next few weeks so that I can finally just be there. I realized that once I get back in August, I will only have 7 days left until my senior year begins, and I don't want to wish my summer away. The Lord has been tenderly whispering into my heart in the past week or so for me to be still and open my eyes to see all of the beauty that He has for me HERE and NOW, and I sure don't want to miss out on what He has for me. Nothing good ever comes out of thinking too much about the future, and Jesus put a lot of emphasis on seeking first the Kingdom of God, and then all of the things that we need (and worry about for the future) will be added to us and will fall into place as He knows whats best for us in His perfect timing. 

- Life Mantra? 

My life mantra is "even if not." It is taken from Daniel 3 in the Bible in the story where there men named Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego refused to bow down and worship a golden image, directly disobeying King Nebuchadnezzar's orders and as a result, they were going to be killed. They were given one more chance to live if they would bow down to the idol, but they responded by saying,  "King Nebuchadnezzar, we do not need to defend ourselves before you in this matter. If we are thrown into the blazing furnace, the God we serve is able to deliver us from it, and he will deliver us from Your Majesty's hand. But EVEN IF HE DOES NOT we want you to know, Your Majesty, that we will not serve your gods or worship the image of gold you have set up." (Daniel 3:16-18) Those three words have been so precious in my walk with the Lord because as I have experienced suffering and trials, I have learned (and I am still learning) how to sing this over my life - Even if He does not heal me of my post concussion syndrome, He is still good. This mantra has taught me that the goodness of God is not dependent on my circumstances, that His love for me in never changing throughout the rollercoaster of ups and downs that make up my life, and that my heart's desire must be for His will to be done above mine. Jesus Himself uses this mantra before His death (Luke 22:42) when He says, "Father, if you are willing, remove this cup from me. Nevertheless, not my will, but Yours, be done."

- Favorite Verse? I don't necessarily have one favorite verse that far surpasses all others, but this is one of my favorites:

"For you did not receive the spirit of slavery to fall back into fear, but you have received the Spirit of adoption as sons, by whom we cry, “Abba! Father!” The Spirit himself bears witness with our spirit that we are children of God, and if children, then heirs—heirs of God and fellow heirs with Christ, provided we suffer with him in order that we may also be glorified with him. For I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worth comparing with the glory that is to be revealed to us." Romans 8:15-18

- Style? 

I am honestly not intentional about having a certain style in the way that I dress. I love clothes that are cute, but modest, and definitely comfortable. My go-to outfit this time of year is my ripped jean shorts/ ripped jeans and a flowy tee with my birkenstocks (which are SO mind-blowingly comfortable). 

- What's one thing you want to be remembered for when you leave this world?

 All I want to be remembered for is for loving Jesus. I know that in a couple of years my name will quickly be forgotten, but if my legacy is Jesus, it will last forever. 

- Share your story!

I grew up in a Christian home with great parents and friends, and I really never experienced hard things, so life was good. My favorite thing in the entire world was playing soccer, and the majority of my time and energy was consumed by this sport until 2014.  When I was 5 years old I "accepted Jesus into my heart," but honestly, it was more of a formality because I just wanted to go up to the front of the church and then get to go downstairs for breakfast in the fellowship hall before everyone else. At the same time, I remember understanding that there was something horribly wrong with my heart called sin and that I was in desperate need of Jesus, the only one who could fix it. However, I lived my life from that point on no different that before, for the most part. In middle school and the beginning of high school, I would go through phases (particularly after youth conferences and such) where I was really seeking to follow Jesus and be a light for Him, but because my foundation was weak (I didn't really understand what it meant to follow Jesus and I preferred living for my own happiness anyhow), these phases were short-lived, and I would soon return to living just like everyone else. In October of 2014, I was playing soccer in Wilmington, North Carolina, and my coach had previously changed my position so that i could be more versatile to play in college (because I was confident that I would. That was my biggest dream since the time I could walk.) During that game, I went up to head the soccer ball with another girl, and as soon as my head hit the ball, her head hit mine. I fell to my knees and my world flipped upside down for the first time ever. Long story short, that injury sent me into a period, that I now refer to as my "winter", of the deepest and darkest depression, anxiety, loneliness, and pain that I have ever known. From that October until the following May/June, I furiously questioned God, who claimed to be good and a healer, who seemed to sit by and watch as my world fell apart. That following spring, I was in a state of such desperation that I was even willing to approach God once more and question if maybe He was using this for my good all along, and I began to ponder what it would look like to count this suffering as pure joy (James 1:2). As my relationship with Him grew and I spent more time seeking Him in His Word, I began to realize that suffering is such a sweet gift because Jesus Himself suffered and so my enduring it we can know Him better than ever. I also truly grasped that future glory for a follower of Jesus in eternity with Him far far FAR surpasses any of our present, light and momentary afflictions, and that is how my blog incomparable glory was born. By blogging and beginning to go out in public and interact with others again, I began to share my story and watch in awe and wonder of all that the Lord was doing in making so much beauty of the ashes of my life. While daily, I still have headaches and struggle with the sorrow of living with chronic pain, the joy that the Lord gives me is the strength that I have to endure. He is so good. 

Keep up with Mary on social media & her blog:
Incomparable Glory
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Breathe Series: Out of the Woods

It's been a while since I did one of these. I know, as you read this and put pieces together you could slowly figure what's been going on with my MIA series. But here's a short tale for your day. Enjoy.

Cease listening, my son, to discipline, and you will stray from the words of knowledge. {Proverbs 10:17}

Here's a tale of a girl. A girl who was always on fire for God that became astray. She was lost at sea, she was what the bible called lukewarm, and then she became plain cold. She went from loving church services, sharing the gospel, listening to calming Christian every morning, coffee with friends sharing the word, and being on fire for God to doing things she would soon be completely ashamed of. Thinking things she never thought she'd think. She threw away jewel and everything she was taught for cheap, tainted lies of the enemy. The good bubbly Christian girl was gone. She became depressed, had rapid mood swings, feel back into old habits. She lost all her fire and drive for Jesus. She felt she was stray, like she was wondering. But she felt she was lacking something in her life, and that thing was Jesus.But she felt she had ran back to old habits so many times, that God wouldn't forgive her or trust her anymore, like he'd given up on her. She also failed to realize some of her wrong. But as wise woman once said, "He can't cleanse you, if you keep denying you are dirty." So she laid and bed one night and cried out to the man upstairs.

That girl was me. Enfiniti' Jones, the good girl. I had fallen between the cracks. But there was something in me. Determination. That fire that had been gone had suddenly found it's way back. I was determined to get back on track after my wrong. See I knew in my heart that God forgave, but his presence was missing. he was silent. So I began doubting, and I was then for sure God had taken his hand off me. But I said no, not so, it can't be. So I prayed more and cried more with determination in my heart and cry. God felt sooo  distant, but I was determined. I soon realize God wasn't ignoring me. He still loved me. He was testing me, putting me in a place to focus solely on him. So I turned off social media to focus solely on him. To get my peace, joy, and happy state of mind back. I really needed to stop and focus on Jesus. Se in this period of silence I have to prove to God that he can trust me and that I fully trust him and have faith in him. Silence is hard, you feel like you're not putting in enough and sometimes a little unworthy, or like you are going nowhere. But in an essence you are growing and learning. I am determined to become fully devoted again and live my life for Christ to the fullest. I did at one point think that God didn't love me, but Ephesians 2:4-5* says otherwise. The silence is teaching me to trust him, about faith and about endurance. 

If you ever feel lost or distant. First know that God loves you, and this is only a test that you can pass even if you feel like you can't. Pray, meditate, and trust in him. Refraining from social media helps. It allows you to just sit, listen, and meditate. Worship and adore him even when he seems absent. Know that always God is your refuge, it's never to late to try again. And again God LOVES you always, even in your mess or when you can't seem to look at yourself in the mirror.

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Summer Wishlist

tee| sunglasses| dress 1| romper| chino shorts| shorts| Lilly Pulitzer set| tumbler| bikini scallop top| bikini halter top| ruffled bikini bottom| swan float| crossbody bag | pouch| chacos| bralette| workout shorts| fitbit
For summer this year I'm really into soft colors and seersucker. I've always liked my swimsuits black, it's just a thing I have and I love black dresses with a passion so. So I totally forgot to include Swan float and Chacos in here but trust me they are on the list.  My favorite stores to shop at this time of the year are Old Navy, H&M, Belk, ASOS, and Topshop. During summer I also like to branch out into my more of hipster trendy style and mix it with prep, as well as trying to throw in some '60s and '70s. No better time to explore with fashion than summer if you ask me.


Lovely Links

Oh happy Monday! Every Monday I will provide y'all with my favorite links and honestly I just wrote this like literally so these links are pretty fresh! So without further due I give you some lovely links.


Summer Workouts + Playlist

I didn't really know what to title this post honestly. But it was well requested that I do more Health & Fitness posts so I sat down and decided to do a summer workout post + ways to stay without "working out". I am honestly both. So I provided you my favorite workouts that I did/do.
First be sure you stretch before any workout. I recommend and love any variation of hamstring stretches, v-sits, butterfly, lunges, and splits. Include arm stretches too. Also prepare a playlist. Spotify is perfect and I provided mine at bottom of post.
 Also remember to cool down after each workout.
Summer Workouts
- Core & Cardio: 
30 jumping jacks
5 burpees
20 second plank (right, left, and middle)
30 mountain climbers
10 lunge split jumps
30 second pilates swimming
20 mountain climbers
3 burpees
10 roll ups
- Abs
20 crunches
30 Russian twist
30 second plank
35 second side planks
30 bicycles
10 oblique crunches
10 elbow to knee planks
15 mountain climbers
- Gluts (Butt)
20 lunges
10 squats
10 pliƩ squats
20 side lunges
20 donkey kicks
10 short bridges
20 butt kicks
10 squats
- Whole Body
5 push ups
10 squats
30 second plank
5 tricep dips
20 lunges
15 vertical leg crunches
5 burpees
15 calf rises
5 jumping squat
1 minute plank
Summer non-workouts
- swimming
- WATER. I like to put my favorite fruits or get sparkling and add fruit.
- walk the dog or siblings
- Nature Trails
- Trampoline Parks
- Yoga and meditation {it works}
- ride a bike
- if you create a balanced diet, you can do any of these and be fine. Any cardio is pretty fun and easy. Anything that gets your heart rate going is totally fine.
Be sure to fill out survey for post you want seen here. happy summer 16!
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Touch of Enfiniti Survey

With the blog anniversary passing and all, I decided to write a survey to see your thoughts on the blog and content. As well as to see any improvements I need to make for the happiness for you and I. With finals being almost over and summer coming, I plan on putting more effort and time into the blog, but I need your help to do so. So please


Thanks so much guys! Look forward to hearing from y'all. Happy Summer.
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Weekend Recap: Asheville & Pisgah

Over the weekend, my family and I took a trip to Biltmore Estate in Asheville and Pisgah National Forest. It was beautiful, fun, and something new. Asheville is a cute town and the forest scenery was absolutely amazing. I don't have much to say about the trip other than it was relaxing, beautiful, and fun. I included some pictures from my trip below. Enjoy.

romper| shoes
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