Today’s post includes part 2 of our trip to Martha’s Vineyard. Check out part 1 HERE! Romper (Cactus Flower on sale), Denim Jacket (similar, old), Oxfords (DSW- exact shoe/brand but rose gold color is no… More
Happy celiac disease awareness month everyone! Sorry for the lack of posts for this year, wedding planning is in full swing and honestly I’ve been at a loss for topics. It seems like I’ve covered so many the past few years since starting the blog!
I did want to address a topic that is near and dear to my heart: why Registered Dietitians (RD’s) are important for someone with celiac disease. As I’m sure many of you know, I recently graduated from Purdue University with a degree in dietetics to purse my dream of becoming a Registered Dietitian (check out the way behind I wanted to become a RD HERE)
Happy Sunday everyone! I can’t believe we’re just 20 days away from our wedding! The time has went by SO fast!
I wanted to share this adorable dress I thrited from Goodwill a few months ago. I decided to pair it with a denim jacket, brown sandals and a basket purse. The colors aren’t something I’d usually pick out, but I loved the bright yellow floral print and the ruffles!
I was able to be on the launch team for Jordan Lee Dooley’s new book Own Your Everyday! I was also chosen to receive their advanced reader copy and finished the book in less than a week! ‘Own Your Everyday’ released Tuesday May 14th and is available to order now!
Jordan writes about her personal experiences, struggles with imposter syndrome and finding a purpose. Sometimes we get so wrapped up in the big-idea purpose that we forget to take intentional steps today, right where we are. I know I have fallen to that many times. This books includes ways to “help you overcome the pressure to prove so you can show up for what you were made to do.”
4 years later and here I am getting ready to walk across the stage of Elliott Hall of Music in a few days to be handed my diploma. A diploma I have worked so hard for that brought about a lot of learning, failing, laughs, tears, and so much growth. This diploma is going to mean more than the success of graduating from Purdue University. It will mean more than the fact I now have a Bachelor of Science in Dietetics and am eligible for a dietetic internship. It’s a reflection of how much I have learned the past 4 years at Purdue.
I have learned so much in the past 4 years that writing about it now is difficult to even think about where to begin.
Hi everyone! If you’ve been following me on instagram or Facebook (@faithfasionfoodwithc), you know I’ve been sharing a ton about GirlDefined’s new book ‘Sex, Purity and the Longings of a Girl’s Heart.’
I was chosen to be on the book launch team so I’ve been sharing a ton about it, but also because I absolutely LOVE the book! And today is the release day! You can now order ‘Sex, Purity and the Longings of a Girl’s Heart’ in stores and online!
Here’s a little bit about the book, why I love it and why you should order it!
Happy Monday everyone! I hope you all had a wonderful Easter weekend with family! This year, I decided to wear a dress I thrifted a few months back from Goodwill. If you’re new around here, I love to go thrift shopping (you can see more thrift finds here, here & here)!
I recently shared about these blush tennis shoes & how I styled them with blush jeans & a striped top. The weather was really nice a few weeks ago, so I decided to pair them with a black & white polka dot t-shirt dress.
I had been wanting to take blog pictures of this dress for the past year but never got around to it until now. But I’m so glad I waited, because it looks adorable with these polka dot tights! This dress is perfect for spring since it’s mini length but has long sleeves.
Happy Spring everyone! Warm weather is finally getting closer! It feels like this winter lasted forever and was much colder than usual.
I was at Gordman’s over spring break and picked up these blush Puma tennis shoes for $13! I hardly ever wear tennis shoes. I probably don’t wear them a few times a year but I’ve already worn these 4 times in the past week! What drew me to them was (obviously) the blush color and the ribbon shoe laces!
Last Saturday was the first Saturday of the month which meant everything was 50% off at Goodwill. I decided to stop by since it’s so conveniently right next to Aldi and I needed groceries 😉
I ended up picking up this adorable plaid vintage skirt. I adore the silhouette, high waist and flowy. It is forest green, navy & yellow plaid. I’m not sure if it’s wool because there is no tag but it washed up just fine!