“Are you sure we’re going to fit in here, dad?”

You look familiar? Well I am a blogger or I work at ******?
That was probably the first time in my life I easily said, oh I am a blogger. I am the last person to ever toot her own horn but while I was out shopping with a friend those words came out of my mouth so easily it is kinda crazy. What was funny was after that the girls said something along the lines of no wonder you look so good.

We are back to the new look for me and my blog. And a more deep topic.

Change is an inevitable factor of life that we have to deal with.  Each year I feel like we find more and more change come into our lives some we were ready for and some not so much.  Some that help and some that hinder.  Or so we think.  Sometimes I feel like every change that we meet is needed in the grand scheme of things.  Yes your favorite manager at work is leaving to an amazing job and you are going to miss her.  But maybe you needed that person to leave so you had the push to leave.  Yes your sister tells you she is doing all these fun things without you and you realize she is growing up.  Maybe you need to start not just talking about things but actually do them.  Yes your friends are making changes to their lives and they are not exactly happy changes.  But they are needed changes and make you reevaluate what is going on in your life. Your body decides it is officially done with dairy products and you have to realize it is time to take care of yourself.  

Change. It comes in all shape and sizes but it is very much needed.

So maybe we need to stop thinking about most of the changes in our life as being bad but change it to mean something more, something good, no something great.

Lets all take this moment to make the next change that comes into our life a great one no matter where it came from or who caused it. 

[top: Lizard Thicket | jeans: Target | shoes: score from Nordstrom Rack |
jacket: Blank Denim | sunnies: Target | scarf: vintage]

[Kizzie Klaire Photography]
[Hair by Hannah]

” Are you sure we’re going to fit in here, dad?” – Cheaper by the Dozen, 2003


P.S. Stay tuned there might be two posts today!

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