The Traveled Life

New England- Massachusetts

January 22, 2016

Ever since I was a kid, New England always seemed like the epitome of Fall and it has been my dream to visit during that time. I finally got the chance to cross that item off my travel #bucketlist October 2015 and maannnn did it supersede my expectations! It has quickly become my new favorite place. Continue Reading

The Traveled Life

Walt Disney World

January 22, 2016

Being the Disney freaks that we are, it was only a matter of time until we made our way to Disney World. We finally got the chance June 2015 and here are some of my favorite pics that I took. Continue Reading

The Traveled Life

The World Through My Eyes

January 22, 2016

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I love visiting new places, seeings new things and documenting the experiences created. But my favorite part is looking back on the photos taken and being able to recall that particular moment in time. To temporarily relive that moment. That’s why I love photos so much. One snapshot holds a memory; one moment frozen in time. An extension of my memory….. Continue Reading

The Traveled Life

Disneyland

January 22, 2016

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Those who know me, know that me and B love Disneyland…..like seriously LOOOOVVEEE it. Here are some of my favorite pics that I’ve taken on our many, MANY trips there. Enjoy!! Continue Reading

The Inspired Life

Growth Spurt

December 7, 2015

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Somedays I feel lost.

And although I love the age that I am, I must admit, this time of life is rough. I remember being about 10, 11, or 12 years old (can’t remember the exact age) and there would be some days where my body would randomly ache. When I would complain to my mom about it, she would reassure me that I was fine; I was just experiencing growing pains, a normal part of transition from childhood to adolescence.

While my body is no longer physically indicating such, I can now recognize the signs: I am going through another growth spurt. And on most days, I ache from my growing pains.

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