Wow. Time sure does fly when you’re having fun! Livewell’s Latest turns FIVE today!! Five years of blogging, sharing my life, interviewing artists, featuring my favorite products & recipes, the list goes on… I’ve watched a lot of bloggers do this where every so often they re-introduce themselves to new followers and readers and honestly […]Read more "Allow Me To Re-Introduce Myself"
It’s National Eating Disorder Awareness Week and the 2019 theme is, Come As You Are, encouraging everyone that whether they’re battling a disorder, recovering from one, or have been recovered for years, their stories are valid. I’ve been very open about my struggle throughout high school with anorexia & what it means to me to have […]Read more "Chronicles of a Paper Doll"
If you’re reading the title you might be confused/ looking at a calendar and thinking “there’s no way her wedding happened already!” You would be right. For the first time ever, Livewell’s Latest has a guest writer that I could not be more excited about! One of my best friends in Nashville, Bekah Digby is […]Read more "Three Things No One Tells You That Happen After Your Wedding Day"
You don’t have to live in Nashville to enjoy (almost) every aspect of this guide to the perfect Autumn weekend. From Hocus Pocus, to long walks in the crisp air, picking pumpkins and baking cookies – let me help you check those items off your Fall bucket list.Read more "A Nashville Girl’s Guide To Autumn"
Last week I decided to torture myself for a day and here’s how it turned out: Juice Bar has a 24 hour juice cleanse ($45) that I did with my friend, Bekah last Tuesday in preparation for her wedding on Saturday! The cleanse consisted of 6 bottles of juices that all had different flavors to […]Read more "Juicing Reset: The Day I Did A Juice Cleanse (and Survived)"
Sometimes it’s hard to know when enough is enough. It feels like you should keep going because you have so much to do and not enough hours in the day. We tend to not think about the fact that sometimes less is more and if we can focus the majority of our efforts on five […]Read more "Enough is Enough"
“Check on your strong friend.” I saw this today and it really struck a chord with me. So easily, especially in an age of living for “likes,” it’s easy to think that everyone is doing well. That smiles are real and laughs aren’t a mask for the cries someone had the night before. It’s easy […]Read more "Check On Your Strong Friend"