Friday, April 28, 2017

Three Things

1. The Wonders (formerly known as The Oneders) reunited in LA! That Thing you Do is one of my favorites, it would have been so fun to see this in person!

2. THIS hilarious video of a girl doing makeup on her sleeping dad. (And if he was just pretending to be asleep, what a good sport!)

3. THIS shirt from August Ink. I looooooove me a good graphic tee, and August Ink makes some of the best! I've owned quite a few shirts from this shop, and they are the comfiest, most flattering fit. Obsessed!

What are your three things this week??

Wednesday, April 26, 2017


I realize that I haven't mentioned one of my biggest passions to you guys. 

Unravel Pediatric Cancer. Unravel all started when my friend Libby lost her six-year-old daughter, Jennifer, to DIPG, an inoperable, incurable brain cancer. (She was diagnosed on her sixth birthday, and died in her mom's arms 3.5 months later.) 

Pediatric cancer gets less than 4% of government cancer funding, so it's up to nonprofits like Unravel to do whatever they can to fill in the gaps. With Unravel we encourage people to not only be sorry, but be active. And that's exactly what I'm doing. I am so happy to be working on our local event for Unravel, Mama's Night Out, Livermore, and also with the social media team. I am so excited that Mama's Night Out has spread to so many cities - check them all out HERE! I love seeing the glitter (knowledge) spread far and wide.

If you would like to be involved in this incredible organization, there are lots of volunteer opportunities, and I would be THRILLED to talk to you about Mama's Night Out sponsorship if you are so inclined ;) Just shoot me an email -

36 children a day are diagnosed with cancer. 7 of them die from cancer every single day. Pediatric cancer is not rare. 

Don't just be sorry, be active. It's what I plan on doing, and I hope you'll join me! 

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