Photography by Amanda Marie Studio | Concept by Balladeer Films | Florals by Apricot Floral Design | Hair + Makeup by Jennifer Des Lauriers | Wardrobe by Caroline Sebastian Note: This article contains thoughts involving suicide and suicidal ideation. If you, or someone you...
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Photo Courtesy of 2ndTruth As previously seen on Wit & Delight If there’s any season for taking it easy and relaxing, summer is it. But we all still have busy lives—to-do lists to keep up with, errands to run, relationships to maintain;...
Image Courtesy of Danny G via Unsplash.com “People say nothing is impossible, but I do nothing every day.” – Winnie the Pooh My therapist would get a good laugh at the thought of me writing this. Me, doing nothing? That’s funny.The...
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