5 Most Valuable TED Talks for Working Women

I have been sleeping on TED talks for real! Yes, podcasts have been my thing for a minute – I’m enjoying the aspect of listening and absorbing tons of valuable information. Life applicable, self-imprvlovement, growth, and of course health and wellness, topped off with mental stability-these are some of the topics I like to hang […]

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Fill in The Blank

I hated these questions in a test. The statement would read and then all of a sudden stop with a big gaping hole in the middle and then finish off. Then the follow up command said “Fill in the blank” it was almost offensive. But in life, this is what we must do. Fill in […]

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The Thing About Trends

So I took what felt like a long break from writing and blogging and posting and all that jazz. I needed a break and to take a step back to figure out whyyy the heck I wanted to blog/write and why I wanted to put stuff out there. The trend of blogging hit like a […]

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Fall In Love With Autumn

We love fall! You may have gathered that just based on the recent posts, but we can’t get over it. In fact, we started decorating for fall specifically on the 2nd weekend of September which is standard for the Vasconcellos household. I asked on the latest IG stories, what everyone does for fall traditions to […]

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Take Away Time and Why You Need One

We are currently in a state of seasonal bliss. (exhibit A: Us in a standard prom pose) I define seasonal bliss as moments and time periods in life where you just feel at ease and everything has aligned. I rarely like to get super comfortable in this type of season, but I do by all […]

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7 Years a Crazy Woman

Through the last couple of years, we have been through moves, marriage, more moves, a baby, job changes, and more moves. Did I mention moving? I can’t tell you enough how much transition our little family has gone through since the early years of it’s creation. Why does this matter? Because I personally know so […]

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You Said It Charles Dickens

When I read A Tale of Two cities, by Charles Dickens, I had no idea that the infamous “it was the best of times, it was the worst of times. It was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness…”. would be my life’s most reflected on quote. Mr. Dickens sure does have […]

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