A Long Hiatus

I took a much needed break from blogging. I say much needed but it’s not like I was writing a blog post ever day. ( A little humor for you)

I don’t really have a reason as to why I felt the need to no longer write, but at the beginning of Covid I lost my amazing grandmother. Who I love so dearly, I slowly became unmotivated and gave myself unnecessary pressure to do things that weren’t coming to me naturally. My creative juices were at an all time low and I could tell I needed a break from something, so I chose this.

During this long time away, we did a bit of traveling. My husband and I went to Disney World. Which was honestly the best trip I have ever had. As a child I always wanted to go there and to Universal Studios Orlando and to be completely honest I hate the heat but I would do it all over again. We traveled with my husband side of the family and went to Montana. The whole family went ziplining and I was able to conquer a fear of mine which was a double whammy we had such a great time together.

The holidays came around and we celebrated them with our family. However, we spent most of our time at home in Vegas and it was such a cozy holiday season.

We are just starting our spring season and even though I was away from blogging it doesn’t mean I wasn’t away from doing other things. I still have my small business that I am constantly focusing on growing. I have added my headbands to a store which was a big deal to me and in the finishing stages of designing my own headbands.

I am excited for all new things but overall I am looking forward to being more consistent on here.

Here are some snippets of our last two trips!

XO, L.

5 Tips To Cope With The Fear of Flying

Let me start by saying, I would love to travel the world one day. I have a list a mile long of places where I would love to go. I was just a baby (maybe 2 years old) when I first got on an airplane obviously I don’t remember that experience. However, I was 18 years old the first time I flew by myself. I went to my families country in El Salvador. It was a 5-6 hour flight. Luckily it was a red eye so I mostly slept and I don’t remember much about my travels. Since then I have flown alone, with friends, family members and my husband and no matter what I always get the worst anxiety the day before and during my flight. So here are my 5 tips to cope with the fear of flying.

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