Through My Lens | A High Schoolers First Homecoming

I love it when someone ask if I mind taking pictures of their family. However, I know I have said this before, but I never want to consider myself as a professional photographer. I am a blogger and that’s what I always want to be. With this being said, I love capturing moments of the […]

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Ovarian Cancer Awareness | DIY Teal Wreath

Ovarian cancer hit my mother hard, as one in 70 will develop this disease. Each year, 200,000 women worldwide are diagnosed with ovarian cancer, and 125,000 women die from this disease. Heartbroken, we began my mothers fight in 2015. The symptoms of ovarian cancer are not obvious. In fact, many are what you might consider […]

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My Rules On Statement Pieces | Review

Good Morning! Are you watching the new morning  show on fox29?! Yesterday was such a surprise as I was featured talking about statement pieces. There can be so many rules on statement pieces but I personally like to keep it simple. Here are a few I have found that works best for me. 1. I […]

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Through My Lens | My Birthday Bucket List Goals

Through the roads of Cancer, Fashion and Faith … Well guys it was my birthday (Sept21st) and I’ve been in full joy this month! It actually feels great to be another year older. In fact, now it’s a joke between my mom and I, getting older is a fabulous thing! You’re alive! so in celebration of life, […]

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Making It With Mom | Chocolate Comforts

Fall draws me to comfort food. I think mostly to baking because I LOVE to bake. I really enjoy making cookies, but chocolate is and always will be the love of my life. While I’m taking part in blogging adventures this is allowing me to dig back into my creative side. I’ve been longing for […]

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Hurricane Irma | A Saint Christopher Travel Guide

Hurricane Irma affected Georgia the same dates my mother was due to have another round of chemo. The Atlanta and surrounded cities hasn’t seen this much preparation since the 1993 hurricane Emily. So shutting down the Cancer Treatment Center was a huge shocker. We could see the top of the center in the horizon and […]

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ParadiseRoads Cover Story

A few weeks back I sent an email to a dear friend. I needed words of encouragement and advice. I was struggling to find my voice in the sea of bloggers. I don’t know if you have noticed, but this is the trending topic and it’s only getting more and more popular in my small […]

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Small Town Fixer Upper | A Paradiseroads Series

In the middle of downtown DeRidder there are a patch of old buildings that, through some sort of civilization, is an investment of property. I say civilization because in DeRidder we are surrounded by old, abandon buildings, which makes entering into our community feel like a throwback to another time. With this being said, one […]

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Through My Lens: Top Ten Things To Do When Reconnecting With Your Childhood Girlfriends

From the time I was in the 3rd grade, Jeannie and I became childhood friends. I moved in her neighborhood and our connection started through an old wooden fence, that separated her home and my grandparents. Like any little girls we shared a love for Barbie’s and riding our bikes until “dark-thirty”. But those adventures slowly faded, […]

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Friday Five On Five Tips

Good morning and happy Friday. It’s been a week from hell, not even going to try and sugar coat that for you. Hurricane Harvey kicked everyone’s butts. And on top of everything else, our trip to Georgia didn’t go as expected. You see, my mother has to go back in two weeks to receive her […]

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