Cold and dreary days typically mean lots of dark clothing for me. I’ve been living in black and white most days. Because I work from home, I usually rotate between the same 3 pair of dark leggings + black denim and swap out different worn in t-shirts. When I’m feeling a little more ambitious or I know I’m leaving the house, I’ll throw on an airy blouse and try to look a bit more like an adult. Over the weekend, Steve and I grabbed a cup of coffee at Sip Cafe before he took off to work and I came home to buckle down on some work projects. Our time together is few and far between lately, so we try to make the most of it by getting out of the house, even if it’s just down the road for a few minutes.
I’m so glad that I was able to have a productive weekend. I spent the majority of Saturday and Sunday drinking coffee and plugging away on my computer. It’s always a bummer when there are so many fun things going on in town, but it’s also rewarding to know that the sacrifice of not participating paid off in the long run. I set my book publishing date for February 28th, so I don’t have any time to fool around. It’s going to be an INSANE 30 days coming up. I’m bracing myself.
Practice Makes Perfect High-Waisted Jeans– Lulus // Gone Rogue Black Fedora– Lulus // Top- Forever 21 // Boots– Circus by Sam Edelman // Necklace- Forever 21
I’m really excited to share about the event I attended last night called Supper At Her Table. I had learned about it through some inspiring Nashville ladies on Instagram a while back and decided to finally but the bullet and purchase myself a ticket to an event. It was the most uplifting thing I’ve been a part of in Nashville since moving here. I’m so glad I made the decision to go. I met some of the most incredible, hardworking, and encouraging women while sharing a meal in a safe environment. We got to hear Ruthie Lindsey share her brave story about overcoming some major life challenges and then enjoyed live music from Birdtalker. It was AMAZING.
I hope you all have a wonderful and productive week ahead!