Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Operation Beautiful V.25

As expected, I received overwhelming interest in my Operation Beautiful project. Thus, the showcase will roll out 3 lovely ladies each Monday until I stop receiving entries...hopefully never!

This project is to make you think, ponder, appreciate the simple things about yourself, that add up and make you truly beautiful. The smaller qualities that you adore about yourself, like your lips or eyes, that make you feel pretty on the worst of days.

This project is about your talents, your secret hidden abilities, your amazing personalities. Those quirks which make you, uniquely you. And, I sincerely hope that after you read through the finished product to discover how these other ladies feel about themselves, you can spend the rest of the day, sincerely feeling great about yourself.

If you feel vulnerable, insecure, or hesitant to send in an entry, don't be! We're in this together. It will hopefully make you realize a few things about yourself. This will by far be one of my favorite posts I'll ever do on this blog, and I won't even write it, you guys will. Take it away ladies!
I feel most beautiful whenI can be myself with my husband and best friends.
My favorite physical feature is my... Eyes. I have been told that I have big, beautiful blue eyes so I suppose it is true. I really like the color and how they change a little based on what I am wearing.
Something non-physical that I love about myself is...My encouraging nature. I love to encourage other people and I think I am good at it. I love nothing more than to send someone a card or something and see/hear how it made their day.
I'm happiest when...I am with people who love me and know me well. I am an introvert so I don't thrive in the presence of a bunch of people. But I love spending time with my closest friends and family.

I feel most beautiful whenmy hair is curled. There's something big, wavy curls that gives women a special glow. I feel classy.

My favorite physical feature is my...
Legs. My lean legs look just like my mother's, which I thank her for on a regular basis! I never feel self-conscious wearing dresses.
Something non-physical that I love about myself is...My sense of humor. Something as simple as a crow crossing the street can make me laugh, and that's how I know I'm truly happy.

I'm happiest when...I'm next to my husband while reading a good book. Doing my favorite thing with my favorite person--it's pure bliss.
I feel most beautiful whenI am with my husband. No one in this world could ever make me feel more beautiful. He just knows how to make me feel beautiful:)
  My favorite physical feature is my... My hair. I am blessed with long beautiful brown hair that does pretty much anything I want it to.
  Something non-physical that I love about myself is...I love my passion. When I find a passion for something, whether it be a person, hobby, or thing, I give it my all. I won't give up and I don't think that many people have that type of passion.

I'm happiest when... Surrounded by people that I love. Give me a room full of my family, close friends, and my puppy and I couldn't be any happier!
Interested on being featured in future rounds?
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Tuesday, April 22, 2014

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Color me red?

This post brought to you by BIC 4-Color pen. All opinions are 100% mine.

It's not Thursday, but are we ready for a throwback to middle school days?  BIC® 4-Color™ Pens still exist? I used to be super anal about my notes. Color coding for outlining my writing and organizing my thoughts. OCD was my middle name. I squeezed any little glimpse of fun I could get out of sitting in the same classroom for 35 hours a week.

Still to this day, I color code all my blogging duties in my Erin Condren Life Planner.  Forget all those virtual calender apps they have nowadays. It is such a freeing feeling to check things off a phyiscal to-do list, particularly when done in pretty colors.

Ready to relive your childhood? Express yourself with bold colors. 

Feeling bold? Write with blue. Everybody loves blue. Blue cheese, blue skies, blue moon, blue jeans. Blue is everywhere, and he knows it and loves to show it. Be proud to be you.
Feeling jealous?  Use green. I mean, green with envy. Green is the forgotten pen color, but green is good for so many things: the environment, money, Emeralds (hello, May babies!)
Feeling flawless? Write with the red. Red is the ultimate Type A perfectionist. She always likes to be right and goes around correcting everybody, from grammar and spelling to calculations and arguments with her boyfriend. And a bit of syntax on the weekend. *Hint: I'm describing myself here.
Feeling forgotten? Write with that black pen. Black is the afterthought. He is less than vibrant, a little bit dull. Everyone wants to write with blue, but when blue's not available, black is there to save the day. 
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Saturday, April 19, 2014

Be YOU tiful

When Maegen reached out to me interested in collaborating on her "Creating Confidence in Women" project, I became giddy with excitement. It makes my heart so happy when others share the same passion as myself and I wanted to do everything in my power to help make her project a success. Take it away Maegen!

Hi I'm Maegen! I'm a 26-year-old, working full-time while working towards completing my Master's in communication. I have a strong passion for creating confidence in young girls and recently I started a blog that works towards that mission as part of a project for one of my classes.

When I first learned of this project I couldn't think of anything else besides what I feel lacks in our young women today: Confidence.

In the year 2014 when everything is digitized, how do we see ourselves? How do we see each other? How do we compare? How do our young girls and women create self value when they are constantly looking to what isn't real- social media?

With my past in modeling and having body dismorphic disorder, I feel I am a great resource to help young women today learn what is truly important. I hope you read my blog, and provide any feedback or additional topics I should address in the future.

When I hit the age of 25, I had to take a long hard look inside of myself.. It sounds simple enough to find out who you really are and what you want, but it’s something that has plagued me for quite sometime. I’m currently writing a blog titled Creating Confidence in Young Women, and it’s really focused how the media and social media especially can impact a young woman’s perception of herself.

If you knew me in my college life, you might think I was hypocrite writing on this subject. The fact that I think Victoria’s Secret’s advertising efforts are so damaging that I refuse to pay any attention to them, and even stopped wearing their brand may sound crazy to someone when they learned I dabbled in the swimsuit modeling and promotional modeling world for several years. It’s the complete opposite in the message that I’m trying to instill in young women today. And I’m okay with that.

As a teenager and in college, I wanted to feel pretty. I wanted to be wanted and I wanted people to think I was the media’s idea of “beautiful.” I soon become involved in the “oh-so-popular” swimsuit model industry (if you will call it that). Basically, I just had my pictures taken and thought I would create attention for myself. I even thought I’d have a chance of being published in a big magazine.

The further I went along in my modeling career, I did have some pretty awesome perks. I was published in calendars and magazines, and I went on many trips to Las Vegas, Mexico, Reno, NV and Key West, FL- all places I would have never been able to travel to before. It was quite an experience.

What I didn’t like was how it made me feel. I felt nothing more than just a girl who did everything she could to fix her physical appearance, from dieting hardcore to having my nails painted perfectly and hair bleached blonde. I wore outfits that flattered my slim figure, and of course, I posted all of my modeling pictures online. And it was for attention. I wanted to hear the comments- I wanted to be told I was pretty.

When I was in swimsuit competitions and in a room full or gorgeous women from all around the world, I would constantly compare myself. “Oh, this girl is shorter, she has such a tiny waist, her hair is so beautiful.” It didn’t stop. I left everytime wondering what I could do to myself to make myself look better.

That is pathetic. I have since made a complete 180 with my life. Looks aren’t the center of everything. You couldn’t pay me enough to pose in a swimsuit now. And that’s ok. I feel I can speak on these topics of creating confidence in young women because I have been there. I have been on the side where I was envied for being a “model” (if you will) but that did not mean I was happy. In reality, I was just an insecure girl who tried to make myself fit the mold of what society thinks is beautiful. I feel that since I know both sides, I can really help young women going through body image issues. I’ve been there. I am STILL THERE.

Since I have gotten older and will be 26 the end of April, I don’t go to the gym as much. I don’t eat as well as I used to and I don’t wear the same style of clothing.  I want to be known for Maegen, who I am, not how I look. The transition has not been easy, and I still have my moments where I critique my body and wish I was the size I was three years ago.

But it’s not my focus now- and life shouldn’t be about that. You have to learn to accept yourself, your fault, your regrets and you have to grow from there.  I may not be as thin as I used to be- but I am stronger emotionally that I used to be as well.

And that’s a powerful thing.

Please go leave Meagan some loving on her blog or tweet the impact this project had on you!
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Thursday, April 17, 2014

4 point slow.

I have always been the book smarts, nerdy type among my friends. But my street smarts are, shall we say, lacking. In high school, despite being in all AP classes, in the top 3% off my class, I was affectionately given the nickname 4 point slow. Why, do you ask?

Drumroll please....
(otherwise known as things I probably shouldn't admit to people)

1. It wasn't until my second year of college at Miami, that I  realized Oxford was located in SW, not East Ohio. I've lived in Columbus my entire life. Geography is clearly not my strong suit. If you asked me to identify all 50 states on a map, I could accurately label 15 of them. And that's being generous.

2. That time last summer when I fell and busted my eyebrow bone on the concrete. And forget screen doors, when I'm thinking really hard and not paying attention, I walk into walls.

3. I dated a guy with the same name as my step-father. One time I accidentally texted the wrong "Scott" something along the lines of..."I'm in the bubble bath if you get home." #awkotaco

4. List of sh*t I forgot to bring on my trip to Nicaragua: hairbrush, toothbrush, toothpaste, sunscreen, shaving cream, cash. You know, just the necessities. Yet I did remember 10 dresses, 5 rompers, 2 fedoras, and 3 pairs of shades! "Shane, do you read your own blog" Hope you're ready for me Australia!

5. As my boyfriend and I were headed to play tennis last weekend, I complain about forgetting my sunglasses. Five minutes later, I reach up to fix my hair and whaddaya sunglasses, right where I left them. He was even looking at me and didn't notice!

6. I inadvertently locked myself in handcuffs when I chose to be a lady cop last year. I figured since they were fake, they wouldn't actually lock.

7. I lost my wallet twice in one week. First I found it in the middle of High Street, soaked from the pouring rain. Not three days later, in the outdoor garbage can the night before trash day. Saved by the bell!

8. I often send packages to my permanent home during the school year and vice versa in the summer. Then have to wait months until I'm "home" to recieve them. 

9. Last Easter, I tried to microwave a hershey kiss. Why? That's beyond me. But the microwave zapped and almost exploded. I've done it with forks as well on multiple occasions. 

10. My boyfriend invited me to meet his friends at an indoor beach volleyball court. I show up in a winter coat and boots. It's 90 degrees in the building and I feel like I'm dying of heat stroke. But hey, it was snowing outside!

I am so unaware of my surroundings it is ridiculous. I am actually highly concerned for myself when I move across the world to Sydney, an entirely foreign and massive city all on my own.

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Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Why is calorie-free wine not yet a thing?

I participated in an Ambassador Program on behalf of Millennial Central for Brancott Estate Wines. I received product samples to facilitate my review as well as a promotional item to thank me for my participation.
Now,  we all know I'm a wine-o, but typically I'm a dry reds kinda girl, so was unsure what to expect when I received a Pinot Grigio and Sauvignon Blanc to try out from Brancott Estate. It was neat to taste a New Zealand varietal since I will be in Australia in 4 short months. The whimsical detail on the bottles made me excited to dig right in!

Oh hey, there I am serving wine at Miam's 2014 Wine Tasting Gala & Auction. There were over 100 wines from around the world that I was able to sample!
Now, I have always joked that I can't wait for the day when wine without calories is invented. Although not quite there yet, Flight Song is 20% lighter in calories due to the grapes being harvested earlier in the season when sugar levels are still low. You are able to indulge without the guilt and won't be sacrificing the ripe and fresh flavor of the original!

Both of these wines are so refreshing and perfect for summer. I just may have to make a leap into the world of whites as the days start to get warmer!
The Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc was my favorite. It had a charming pale green color and exhibited notes of pink grapefruit and passionfruit with a hint of lemon to excite the palate. I enjoyed it slightly chilled with grilled chicken. Also pairs well with seafood!

The Pinot Grigio had notes of floral with nashi pear and sweet lemon. White peach and guava created a full palate with ripe, citrus acidity. I enjoyed the wine as a pre-dinner aperitif. It offered the full, crisp flavor we desire, perfect for any and every occasion. 
I have become quite the wine snob since taking a tasting course last semester and I must say, Brancott "Flight song" wine succeeded my expectations. No need to sacrifice quality taste and flavor in the name of bikini season. At only $14.99 a bottle, why not try it for yourself? You can now have your wine and drink it too ;)

Life lesson #978: When given the opportunity to review wine, you seize it with open arms. While we're on the subject of wine, I want need this card for Amy for Mother's Day.

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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Dreamsicle Cupcakes

“This shop is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group™ and Dr. Pepper Snapple Group but all my opinions are my own. #pmedia #TENways

Working on that bikini bod for summer but still need to satisfy that sweet tooth craving? Well now you can have your cake and eat it too...literally. My refreshing slim-down creamsicle cupcakes will pair perfectly with Sunkist TEN to wash it down. 3 cheers for a happy body, healthy body as we edge into swimsuit season!

And now for the star of the show, a sure crowd pleaser for any summertime party:

Round up a few simple ingredients:
1 can Sunkist Ten Calorie (or 12 fl oz)
1 box white cake mix
Zest and juice of one orange
Fat free cool whip

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees and line a 12 spot muffin pan.

2. Mix Sunkist, cake mix, and juice and zest from half of orange in a large bowl.

3. Divide mixture evenly into cupcake liners.

3. Bake for 25 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean.

4. Cool to room temperature and "ice" with cool whip topping mixed with juice and zest from other half of orange. Add sprinkles if desired.

5. Serve with shooters of Sunkist Ten.

Let's face it, diet foods and drinks are rarely as good as the real thing. Not the case with TEN Calorie sodas available in the flavors we already know and love: A&W TEN, 7up TEN, Canada Dry TEN, and my personal favorite: Sunkist TEN. 
You get the full flavor you desire, while only sacrificing ten tiny "empty" calories. Which is next to nothing in the grand scheme of your day, right? 

Convinced yet? It's your lucky day: Receive $.50 off your purchase of two 2-liters or two 4-pack cans of A&W, Canada Dry, 7up or Sunkist TEN at participating Wal-Mart, available while supplies last until 4/17. 

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Sacrifice great taste no longer! Enjoy!
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Sunday, April 13, 2014

A shot to the heart.

I like to pretend that I am immune from human emotion. I rarely, if ever cry. An ETSJ isn't supposed to be feely after all. Truth is, I am sensitive when it comes to certain subjects. Blogging, for example.

I applied for a user test of my blog to get an outsiders perspective; a "Peek" into Whispering Sweet Nothings. My review felt like a personal attack. I did not expect such harsh criticism. It cut deep because this little blog is is like a baby I've been raising for three years.

This test is not for the faint of heart. I did receive valuable feedback on aspects I never would have considered, such as the readability of the fonts to keep in mind for my next bloggy face lift. I realize that constructive criticism is crucial for growth and improvement, but as a perfectionist, it is tough to feel as if I am not living up to other's standards.

Am I wrong for thinking he was a tad over-critical? Numerous times he says "I don't know what this means" "I don't get the point" Dude, click the link and find out! Blogging is interactive for a reason.

I began to second guess myself. It felt like three years of hard work and commitment down the drain. Why am I a blogger? Should I continue on?

Most of us claim "I blog for me" in a mission to maintain authenticity and avoid "selling out." Yet the honest truth of the matter is, we all craft our blog to resonate with the audience of readers we wish to reach. I wanted to use this test to gain honest insight into what others truly think of my corner of the interwebs. 

Clearly this guy was not within my target audience and did not even know what a blog was, so was hardly qualified to judge me. Moral of the story: I will never again have a random male judge my blog. Some peoples opinions just don't matter.

I need to learn to...
I realize I am easily offended. I take what others say and do way too personally. There comes a point in life when you have to realize, not everyone is out to get you.

Don't take it personally...
...when you don't get that job promotion and it's offered to your male counterpart. Keep working your butt off and prove your worth.

Don't take it personally..
...when your boyfriend blows up at you for seemingly no reason after a stressful day at work. Kiss him and keep calm.

Don't take it personally...
...when you don't get into that sorority you rushed. Realize you were only wanted for superficial reasons.

Don't take it personally...
...when you don't get that "A" you worked your butt off for in a highly subjective Anthropology course, which were totally out of your element in.

Don't take it personally...
...when less people show up for the party you spent months planning. Your real friends will be there.

 Don't take it personally...
...when you don't get asked out on that second date. It wasn't meant to be.

 Don't take it personally...
...when you lose a follower on twitter. It's their loss.

When people are rude, chances are it is something within them that has nothing to do with you. Some people exhibit meanness as a defense mechanism, a way to appear strong and confident, when in fact, they are tiny and scared deep down. Each person's opinion is based solely on their own life and reality. You never know what battle they may be fighting. 

Don't waste your energy trying to rationalize people's motives behind their actions.These are wasted hours spent worrying what others think of you. Hours that can be spent elsewhere in life. Chances are it can't be done. Learn to accept the people you cannot change in life. Write it off as their own insecurities and learn to let it go.
Haters gonna hate. Potatoes gonna potate.
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Friday, April 11, 2014

Totally Awesome Hop + April Giveaway!

Pardon me, this is a bit of a mash-up post, but one you're sure to love! You get to not only meet my lovely sponsors, but also join in a totally awesome blog hop and win lots of goodies! But first let's take a second to  ooh and ah over the American Blogger trailer. I will let my geek shine through by admitting this is the most stoked I've ever been for a movie release. I feel like I know all the stars just from stalking their blogs over the past three years!
Totally Awesome Blog Hop

This is the new BI-monthly version of the Totally Awesome Blog Hop brought to you by ChantillySongs and a cast of wonderful revolving co-hosts (this month Dani and Shane!) Our goal is community building between like-minded folks. This is a place for of people to meet, make friends, and expand their following. We want our audiences to get to know each other! We'll now be posting twice monthly.  Welcome!
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Before you add your link and participate, please do these super simple things-

#1 Follow your host AND co-hosts on one of their platforms
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#2 Link back to this post or grab a button!

#3 Visit other sites, follow, and comment- This whole community thing only works if everyone participates.  Get out there and discover some new favorites!

Optional- Post about it on twitter, facebook, and other social media sites.

Blog hop
Blissful Blonde
I started my blog to document my life as a way to remember things, but found that I enjoy writing about anything and everything! There's no real category that it falls into it. I just like to think of it as a place where anyone can talk about anything, be themselves and make friends! That's what blogging is all about anyways, right?

What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?

I would definitely swim with sharks if I knew I could not fail aka DIE! I grew up going to the beach and swimming in the ocean, but a couple of years ago, I developed this ridiculous fear of sharks out of no where. I can barely go in the ocean now without 3+ people accompanying me. The more the better (so they get eaten first). Sharks are beautiful, fascinating creatures, but I can't get over my fear! If I could swim with the (without a cage) and not fail, I would do it in a heart beat.  bloglovin // instagram // twitter

I'm a 21 year old southern girl blogging about how I want to live our my life in Edinburgh. I love wine, music festivals, and being in college (even though I complain about it a lot). My blog is my sanctuary, my place to be me and love the weird things that I love, Harry Potter included. 

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What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?
I would be traveling to every country, meeting new people and singing for thousands most every night. I would help those in need with the money that I gained and then do it all over again. Also. I would publish a few books.

Hudson & Emily
Husband and wife. Christians. Summer lovers. Adventure seekers. Bloggers about everything from memories to marriage to motivation.

What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?
We would LOVE to take some time off work and travel the country -- if we just had enough money for that!

It's Emma Elise
My blog was the product of a late-night at the library and my tendency to procrastinate. I never expected it to turn into something more! I lovingly refer to my blog as a "random crap" blog, because I cover topics like fashion, beauty, lifestyle, college, and more!

What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?
I would try to fix things with my ex.

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Everyday Thoughts

Everyday Thoughts is a lifestyle blog written by a twenty-something wife and mother, living just outside Atlanta. I'm not a fashion blogger but I like fashion. I'm not a chef but I like to cook. I'm no longer an athlete but I think it's important to live a healthy lifestyle. I love to meet new people and try new things. I want to travel, everywhere and I believe a glass of wine is good for the soul. 

bloglovin // facebook // twitter

What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?
Wow, tough question. I would start my own ad agency while balancing a family life with two little ones.

That College Girl's Guide
My blog started as a way for me to fill the void after a rough breakup. I would see date ideas and such, and wanted to keep them all in one place. So, TCGG was born. I soon started getting a lot of reader questions, which is when I realized that people were actually reading my blog! At that point, I decided to get more serious and make this blog the best it could be.

What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?
Go up to any male that I found attractive. Then, I would eventually find the right guy. (Right?!)

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Endlessly Beloved
On my blog, you will find a crazy mix of love, college, and talking about wanting to diet and the next day how much I love In N Out Burger. I'm in a long distance relationship so that inspires a lot of my writing. Basically, my blog is where I share the ramblings of my everyday life plus some sarcasm and awkwardness.

instagram // bloglovin // twitter
What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?
If I knew I could not fail, I would try to open my own store. I love crafting, designing, and anything cute and rustic, and it has been a dream of mine to someday open a little shop. I have the whole vision- just a small boutique with lots of handmade items and cute decorations, but of course it would be a lot of work!

A lifestyle blog focused on post-grad life and the changes that come with finally entering the "real world" which any 20-something can relate. I hope that by documenting my experience I will be able to reach out to others facing similar struggles and help them find their way.

What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?
I always thought that attempting to write my own book would be a complete waste of time because I would not be successful, but recently my thoughts on that have changed. I am now determined to write a book and have it published within the next year or two. I will not fail, because it is something I am truly passionate about and determined to see myself succeed. I think anything is possible if you really put your mind to it. 

A Labour of Life
I write about everything I hold near and dear. I am addicted to Clothes and Shoes and will always showcase what I am wearing but I will always include stories abut food, wine, travel, my cat.. whatever takes my fancy that day.I am an avid "Volunteer" and participate in many music festivals.

What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?
I would open a Bar with a recording studio attached, and it would be the family business.

bloglovin // instagram // pinterest

My Daily Sweet
I created my blog to share products I love, tips to stay healthy, and new trends in fashion and beauty. I love featuring and collaborating with other bloggers, so you're sure to get a good mix of content on my blog. Plus, each one of my posts finishes off with a sweet story to help brighten your day.

bloglovin // twitter // facebook

What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?
Definitely pursue either writing (blogging) or dancing at a professional level. These are huge passions of mine but I've been focusing on more certain paths in life to make sure that I'll be able to provide for myself and my family.

After Eleven
A mommy lifestyle blog that comes alive, "after eleven" o'clock. Created as a journal in hopes of one day passing it down to my kiddos so they can see what life was like for them growing up, the silly WIW outfits that their mom wore, the love their mom and dad shared, and just simple things that were going on in life...all while meeting blogging friends from around the world! 

twitter // bloglovin // instagram

What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?
Drink a gallon of milk in an hour. (chocolate milk, since white milk is disgust-o).

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