Trip to NYC


This post is wayyy overdue (I took a weekend trip to NYC in late May) but better late than never! I had been to the city before, but this time was fortunate enough to do so much fun touristy things! Be prepared for a ton of photos!!

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For the Girl in the Trench Coat

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A few months ago, I had a conversation with a woman whose words really struck a chord in my heart. She’s just like the rest of us. She goes through phases where she feels as confident as ever, and others where she feels just downright horrible about herself. She told me about how her insecurities really took over when she was in college.

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Adapting to a New Season of Life

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I’m not someone who’s experienced a whole lot of change in my life. I’ve never moved. I haven’t experienced the loss of a loved one that I am super close with. The longest I’ve been away from my family is like, two weeks max… heck, I’ve never even dyed my hair! (Except for that one time in high school I let a friend talk me into dying a little chunk towards the back using boiling water and red Kool-Aid… Not my best look, but at least it went away… like 6 months later, LOL!)

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Mellow Yellow


Today I’m sharing another Greenbrier outfit post! I wore this dress the second day we were there. When I initially packed for the trip, I packed all spring clothes. It was in the 40’s and raining the whole time, but the good thing about the Greenbrier is that most of the activities are indoors, so I could still wear all my fun spring things, like this dress!

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5 Things to Stop/Start Doing Once You Graduate From College

Hey! I know, it’s been a while. I’ve missed my little space on the internet so much! I took a short break from blogging, but Belle of the Brier is back, and I have some really fun posts planned for this summer! With many graduating from college in the not-so-distant future, myself included, today I’m sharing some thoughts on things we should and shouldn’t be doing once we walk across that stage and turn that tassel.

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