What I'm Learning
Hi, I'm Chelsea! I’m on a mission to help you find joy and goodness in every day.
On this blog we talk about the big things (like chasing dreams) and the small things (like what books we're reading) because happiness comes in all sizes.
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Well, first of all, if we were having a real life coffee date right now, it would mean you were also on a plane to Texas. Which would be a little weird, but that’s neither here nor there. Also, we would absolutely not be drinking airplane coffee. I had a bad experience when I was pregnant, and I can’t even look at airplane coffee anymore without my stomach turning. If I want to drink coffee on the plane, I’ve got to get it from Starbucks before I board. Weird, the things that stick with you, isn’t it?
Anyway, I’d tell you all about my trip and how it’s the brightest spot after a really sad couple of weeks. I’d tell you that I desperately want to fix everything for everyone I love. I want to take away every single bit of pain that a devastating loss caused. I can’t. We know that. But I can say hey, let’s go eat tacos in Texas together. So that’s what we’re doing.
I’d tell you that I’m most excited for, in no particular order: Tacos (obvs), thrifting in a new state, and seeing one of my favorite bands live. The thought of dancing to some of my favorite songs in a BBQ venue in Texas with some of my favorite people could make me burst into tears of joy.
I’d tell you that we left for the airport at 3:00 this morning, so I’m not even sure what I need right now…more coffee? A cheeseburger? A Tylenol PM? One of each? Help.
I’d tell you all about The Red Closet Shop. My best friend discovered them a few weeks ago on instagram and my life will never be the same. Their clothes are SO stinking cute and fun and I will basically be head to toe Red Closet Shop for my entire trip. If you want to see the things I ordered, check out my “try on” highlight on instagram!
I’d tell you that I’m finally seeing an liiiiiittle bit of progress on a goal I’ve been working on seemingly forever: Caring less about what people think. Slowly but surely I’m getting better at worrying more about how I feel about me and less about what others might possibly be feeling about me. Baby steps, but it feels really freaking good.
Your turn! What’s going on with you?
I hope you have the best weekend ever!
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