Four years ago, Nate and I got married. Fortuitously, today is #NationalSeersuckerDay. What are the odds! To celebrate both, I thought I'd share some #seersuckeroptional moments from our wedding! Rehearsal Dinner. Nate looking rather dashing in seersucker pants and a navy blazer. Seersucker garters are totally normal, right? I had … Continue reading National Seersucker Day and Our Anniversary
Today is International Women's Day, and I am filled with the desire to tackle a mountain, which it feels like I have considering the amount of work that piled up while I was home sick. Last year I found myself reflecting on all of the incredible women that inspire me. This year, I want to … Continue reading International Women’s Day: How to Get Started on Your Dream Life.
2017 was a roller coaster year. I'm going to focus on the positives, and I thought I would share my year in review! I officially made Seersucker Optional a public blog, instead of just the personal ramblings that I've been posting since 2015. This was a huge commitment, and especially in the last … Continue reading Year in Review
It's my birthday!! So, for my 35th, I'm ringing in this birthday in China, preparing for the CEM certification course that I'm teaching tomorrow. I spent the day exploring an ancient Chinese city with a lovely woman named Pati from Orlando who is also here teaching a CEM, and who I only met last night. … Continue reading My Birthday
Hi everyone! My apologies for my absence! These past few weeks have been absolutely insane, and it's not about to slow down for the next month! I promise to be back posting regularly soon. More than soon! This week! Yes. It's certainly been a whirlwind. Usually, I try to get several posts worth of photos … Continue reading Apologies for My Absence!
I had a cute outfit post for today, but I just feel like that would be inappropriate. As a frequenter of the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas (headed to Vegas next week in fact), I am utterly heartbroken for the lives that were taken in such a terrible and cowardly manner. I wish to extend … Continue reading Love for Las Vegas
Sixteen years ago, I was a freshman at the University of Maryland. Having just returned to my dorm room after the spending the previous evening drinking smirnoff ices and consoling my friend Katie over a boy, I happened to turn on the tv before i went to class. I grew up a little over an … Continue reading Sixteen Years