Blogging about life and living it to the fullest. Pretend princess/mermaid. Actual basic southern millennial trophy wife.


Spring Vibes

So in the south, we're notorious for having two seasons: hot and cold. Usually we skip spring and fall-- the transition seasons. One weekend I'll be wearing a sweater and Uggs, and the next weekend I'll be wearing a tank top and flip flops. It can…
live oaks at the Charleston Battery

Day Tripping to Charleston

This week has got me daydreaming of this past weekend and our day trip to Chucktown. For those of you that aren't aware, I'm referring to South Carolina's beautiful low country gem-- Charleston. It ties with Beaufort, SC, on my list of favorite cities and potential…

Target and the Basic Mom Trap

So I roll up to Target in my totally basic mom SUV, after visiting the Starbucks drive-thru, because that's what basics do. And I am immediately greeted by the bright colors and shiny newness. Every time I go into this place, I swear it's like they just know. They know what I am doing, how I'm feeling, and what I'm thinking about; and they lay all of their cute stuff out there accordingly. Target's ultimate goal is to prey on the basic moms whose minds are already moving a million miles an hour (either because they're hyped up on caffeine from their Starbucks or because they're trying to restrain their children). We are the ones that are going to casually fill up our buggies with all the things-- because that's cute, or this seems like a good idea, so we definitely need one of those. They set us up for failure (i.e. spending an extra $10-50) even before we start shopping for what we came there to buy. I'm cool with it, even if my husband generally is not. 

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