Hey guys! As I shared on my Instagram feed and stories, I received many questions about where I got the pieces, especially the tee that says, “Kind People are my Kinda People.” I wanted to share all of my outfit details with you guys because you would be very surprised to find out that everything… Continue reading Outfit of the Day — Kind People are my Kinda People
Impressions, an online boutique, was created in 2012 by Ashley Milliren. When Ashley created Impressions, she had a vision; that vision was to create a store where all women of all ages, shapes, and sizes could find their dream outfit, and on a budget. She also knew that any outfit isn't complete without accessories, such… Continue reading Impressions Boutique | Plus-Size Fashion Haul
I am a 22-year-old student, waitress, and freelance photographer. To many, that is the extent to which they know me. Oh…wait…nope…they also know that my Orange Tabby cat, Pumpkin, is the best part of my life (and my boyfriend’s as well). William and I have photos of her all over our room, not to mention… Continue reading The Art of Megs | Greenville, South Carolina
I do a lot of shopping on Amazon. In fact, I am always ordering repeat items there because Amazon Prime makes is so fast and convenient. I was not surprised to learn that Amazon is the second-most-shopped retailer of apparel in the US. But, it hasn't been long since the plus-size market has really grown.… Continue reading Amazon & The The Plus Project
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FabFitFun is a seasonal subscription box service that sends over $200 worth of goodies right at your doorstep! These loaded, fantastic boxes are sporting a new design and the products are curated every season. One thing I love about the FabFitFun boxes is that, along with the products, included is a comprehensive magazine detailing all… Continue reading FabFitFun Fall 2018 Box Review
I grew up in a rural, dilapidated town in the poverty-stricken south. I still come aross many Pinterest and articles naming my hometown to be one of the "best places to live in South Carolina." for the stereotypical reasons: it's a small, quaint, seemingly quiet town, and everyone knows everyone. People passing by probably believe… Continue reading Social Stigma Silences the Victims of Childhood Abuse