Welcome to the Darling Weekly! A recurring weekly series that will highlight some of my favorite things around the web and share some inspiration with you all, plus there’s potential for one or two rambling anecdotes about my life that will get thrown into these posts as well. This week, I read a lot of
Now that I’m in the final days of saving for a car, I’m trying to minimize spending wherever I can. These are a few things I’ve stopped doing in order to cut back on frivolous spending. Featured photo was first seen here
I didn’t make a big deal of it when I sold my car back in August because truth be told, I didn’t think I’d last that long without a vehicle. Ever since I had moved to the heart of Atlanta, I had been asking myself “Can I live in Atlanta without a car”? In the
To wrap up a great year of 2017, I polled some of you over on Instagram to see what you wanted more of using Instagram’s new Story Poll feature (P.S. are you following on Instagram? If not, pop over here to do so!). I wanted to get a feel for what you want in 2018
With the New Year approaching quickly, it’s time to start thinking about ways to pave a better path for ourselves in 2018. This year I want to challenge you to think outside of the box when setting goals. Instead of making the “I want to lose weight commitment”, set a goal that says “I want
The Holidays can be stressful. Between shopping for gifts, traveling to multiple family’s houses, and the sometimes-uncomfortable family discussions that get brought up around the dinner table, it’s not surprising that therapists find this time of year to be extremely busy and start seeing patients more frequently. To help navigate any sort of Holiday Headaches
Instagram is a great place. I have met countless new friends and best friends from it and find constant inspiration flipping through my feed, hashtags, and location tags. It’s also helped me to discover one of my favorite “bookworms” who is constantly flooding my feed with a new book in a styled setting, whether it
Something about Fall produces an electricity in the air that I become addicted to. I wonder if it has anything to do with how the school year begins each year during the Fall and we’ve grown accustomed to viewing Fall as a fresh start. The leaves on the trees may be losing their life, but
As a chronic over-packer, there isn’t much I forget when going on vacation. The list of “things-to-pack” grows exponentially, but when it boils down to it, these are the 10 essential items you need for the beach.
When I was younger, in a journal that’s still sitting in my bedside dresser, I wrote down this theory about New Years Eve that – until recently – had been long forgotten but continuously held true.