Wednesday, December 30, 2015

My Favorite Posts of 2015

Happy Wednesday! Since today is the 30th, I thought that I would highlight some of my favorite posts from 2015:

my 25 favorite posts of the year 2015
Chambray, Pink, and Leopard

You are a Beautiful Masterpiece

Brights for Winter

Random Rambles

5 Tips to Spring Cleaning Your Closet

Plaid and Camel

Oh, the Possibilities

Peach and Grey

Blogging Binder: Full Reveal

Blush and Chocolate Brown + a surprise!

Easy and Refreshing Detox Fruit Water Recipe

Style Snippets: 5 Tips to Pattern Mixing

Tea Party

Do You Feel Pressured to Be Perfect?

Paisley and the Arm Party Trend

You are His Daughter

DIY Simple Handmade Tassel Necklace

So many great posts this month!

Wear Now, Wear Later: Pencil Skirt and Floral Top

Life is too Short to. . . 

Black and White + a Hint of Blue

Have Courage and Be Kind: What Courage Means to Me

Elegantees: Black Tunic + a coupon code!

5 Black Friday Tips and Tricks for your Best Shopping Trip

Dressember: What it is and Why I am P articipating

Dressember Day 8: A Little Edge

Looking back over all these posts makes me realize just how great 2015 was. I loved this year and it is kind of sad to see it end, but I look forward to all God has in store for me in 2016. As I was creating this post, I noticed how much more heart I put into each post. Somewhere along the way, I think that blogging became a bit of a chore for me, but I don't want that. So, I am going to start being more intentional in my posting and really pouring out my heart and soul in each post.

Thank you for staying with me through this long, but rewarding journey! I look forward to great things this next year!

If you haven't donated to Dressember already, I encourage you to prayerfully consider donating.  "Dressember is a collaborative movement leveraging fashion and creativity to restore dignity to all women. Dressember uses fashion to advocate for women who've been exploited for their femininity. As women take on the creative challenge of wearing a dress for the 31 days of December, they are advocating for the inherent dignity of all women." (source) I have taken on that challenge. You can join me in the fight to end human trafficking! You can donate! If each of my Twitter followers donate just $2, I will surpass my goal of $500! Please join me in donating and advocating for those stuck in trafficking.

What are your thoughts?

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