Happy Monday, babes. Can I just share with you all how excited I am for this week? First, the weather will be more than beautiful. I mean, 70-80 all week, which is my ideal of perfect weather. Also, this week, we’re down in the 20’s for the countdown until graduation. HOLLA! & This week I am finishing up with most of my student organizations that I have been part of for years now. While I am nervous, and a little sad about leaving, that is just one more thing that signifies being close to done college. Not to mention, 4 weeks from today I be starting my grownup post-graduation job. ICYMI that news, you can check out my life update here: Click here!
This weekend, I attended an amazing conference at UNC Chapel Hill. There’s nothing I love more than being surrounded by like-minded individuals and engaging in thoughtful, respectful, honest and dense research. I mean, seriously. The conference ended with a visit and talk by Chimamanda. If you haven’t heard of her, you need to look up her TED talks. This women is amazing. So honest and raw about her many experiences both here in the US, and in her native country, Nigeria. Her most powerful TEDTalk discussed the problems when face when we only listen to, observe and learn about one side of a story. Powerful words and stories that can be applied at any time in history.
So anyway, you probably know by now that I am obsessed with white jeans. During the winter, the summer, the fall, practically whenever – I will find a way to pull out white jeans. As spring approaches, I am loving all the neutral and semi-neutral tones with a pop of color. This top is from The Copper Petal, but is similar to the Piko style tops. They are so comfy and pair well with anything. I had a total arm party today & stacked with pieces of complimenting colors and a variety of textures. I can’t be the only one who gets excited for a good arm party, right? Anyway, I hope everyone has a wonderful day and a beautiful week. I will be enjoying this weather every second I get and soaking up this last bit of my college life.