I am a girl with many hats! I’m known as mom during the day to Boston who is 6 and Savy who is 4 and Kai and Cooper, our one year old twin boys. They are literally the cutest and craziest kids on earth and I have so much fun hanging out with them all day. I’ve been married to my husband Brian for nearly 9 years and he is absolutely my better half. I know everyone says that about their spouse… but seriously. Brian does dishes, laundry, he watches the kids, makes dinner! That man. I couldn’t do any of this without him!

Ever since I can remember I’ve been a doer. As a little girl I remember wanting so badly to play at a friends house but neither of our parents were home to make it happen. So I hopped in my little battery operated jeep and drove myself across town. I couldn’t have been older than six. My whole life has been like that, one crazy idea after the next. I’m not afraid of failure and I love challenging myself to learn new things. Hair for instance. Three years ago you would have met a girl who had a miserable time styling her hair. I didn’t know how to french braid, had no idea how to curl my hair without looking like Shirley Temple, no disrespect Shirls, and I thought it was time to finally do right by my hair! Thanks to YouTube I was able to get a proper education ha and decided to share what I’d learned with the five people who read my little craft blog! Little did I know it would lead to all of this and I’m so grateful I took that step.

Over the years I’ve learned to become a photographer, a model, a web page designer, an expert in Photoshop, a graphic designer, a writer, a social media guru, and videographer. Blogging is constantly challenging me to think outside the box, to hone in on my craft and I’m ever thankful for the new friends I’ve made along the way. So please, jump in! And when you come upon a post or video published in my earlier days, I give you full permission to laugh. Hey, a girl’s gotta start somewhere! So here’s to not being afraid of trying new things and just doing.

“Hard work beats talent if talent doesn’t work hard”. I’m a firm believer in working hard for the things you want. Nothing is out of reach. So work hard, go and do and be happy! Muah!