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    Mental Health: Fighting the Stigma

    I don’t normally post on a Saturday, but today I’m making an exception because this is something that needs to be talked about. There needs to be more open dialogue regarding mental health. More education is needed to bring awareness to the effects of mental health conditions and less shaming to those who are suffering. It is serious and it is real.

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  • 10 Cookbooks Everyone Should Own

    Every home cook should have a few good cookbooks in their library. In today’s post, I’m giving you my recommendations for 10 cookbooks you should have in your collection. These cookbooks are sure to become favorites and you’ll likely find yourself going back to them over and over again – I know I do.

    Food, Kitchen
    / July 21, 2017
  • Ipsy Glam Bag: July

    This month’s Ipsy bag is the cutest so far! It’s a “sleepy, super chill cartoon egg” spreading lazy summer vibes. Even though I don’t used all of the products in each bag, I’m still finding it worth the $10 per month based on the lip balm and nail polish alone. I’m no beauty product expert, but I’m loving the quality of the items I’ve been receiving. Check out the products I received in this months bag!

    Beauty, Ipsy
    / July 19, 2017
  • 40 Things I’ve Learned in 40 Years

    Today is my 40th birthday (holy cow I’m old!), so I thought I’d share with you some of the important life lessons I’ve learned thus far. Some are funny, some are serious, but they’re all valuable lessons and now that I’m 40 I feel qualified to impart a little bit of wisdom to you, my faithful readers.

    Geekery, Life
    / July 17, 2017
  • Photography: The Garrett Family

    On July 1st I got to photograph The Garrett family (Ken, Stephanie, Riley, Amelia, and Abbey) on the Navy base here in Jacksonville. Keep reading to see some of the photos from their shoot.

    Family, Photography
    / July 10, 2017
  • Tortitude: Life with a Tortoiseshell Cat

    Tortoiseshell cats have a very distinctive personality and have what many people describe as “tortitude”. They are almost always female (male torties are rare), they’re fiercely independent, feisty, unpredictable, and in my experience so far, very talkative (meowing, hissing, etc). Life with a tortoiseshell cat is much different from that of other domestic cats. Continue reading to learn a little about what life has been like so far with my crazy tortoiseshell, Boo Radley.

    Boo Radley, Life, Random
    / July 7, 2017
  • Mrs. Miller and her Mom Get Crafty

    Mrs. Miller gets crafty! My Mom bought a Cricut, and we’re going to start making handmade items to sell at the flea market, Etsy or both. Mom has always been really good at crafting, but me? Not so much. The Cricut really makes it super easy though! Keep reading to see a couple of our first practice projects.

    Crafting, DIY
    / July 5, 2017
  • One Year Ago Today I Married My Best Friend

    One year ago today I married my best friend. It’s often said that the first year of marriage is the hardest. I haven’t found that to be true at all. That’s not to say that marriage isn’t work, because it is. Take a journey with me as I reminisce a little and share some things I’ve learned during our first year of marriage.

    Life, Love, Wedding
    / July 2, 2017
  • Photography: Bud, Karen, Logan & Charleigh

    I’ve known Bud and Karen for at least 20 years I think. They’ve been friends with a friend of mine’s parents forever and they really are two of the sweetest people you’ll ever meet. I remember Logan from when he was just a wee little thing, but just met Charleigh for the first time when we did the pictures and she is a doll! Check out some of the photos from their session.

    Family, Photography
    / June 30, 2017