Seersucker Sass: June 2015

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Fourth of July Fashion | Part Two

Today is "Part Two" of my Fourth of July Fashion series!  Today I'm featuring outfits that are a little on the dressier side in case your Fourth of July activities are more formal or you just enjoy getting dressed up a little bit :)


Silk Blouse:  Brooks Brothers (similar) ||  White Jeans:  Bloom Boutique (similar)
Sandals:  Jack Rogers  ||  Sunglasses:  Versace (similar)

Are y'all sick of seeing these jeans yet?  This blouse and these jeans are two of my favorite pieces in my wardrobe.  If you don't have a pair of white jeans yet, the pair that I linked to is like $35!  Definitely a good price to try your first pair at.


Dress:  J. Crew ||  Sunglasses:  Versace (similar) || Sandals:  Jack Rogers
Earrings & Necklace:  Rocksbox  (use code "Danabff143" to get your first month FREE!)

I feel like this is the "iconic" J. Crew dress.  It's a great dress to own because it's so versatile!  You can wear it to a shower, a wedding, a graduation party, or throw a blazer over it and wear it to work.  And of course, the navy shade makes it great for the Fourth of July.


I'm sure you're sick of seeing this dress, but it makes me smile every time that I wear it.  In my opinion, the Janice style is the most flattering Lilly dress out there.  It sucks me in and lifts me up in all of the right places!

And if you need a little more inspiration, check out these pieces:

Do you have a favorite out of the three looks I shared?  What are your plans for the Fourth of July?

Happy Tuesday, y'all!



Monday, June 29, 2015

Fourth of July Fashion | Part One

Sometimes really cool things happen.  For example, when I went to review all of the blog photos that were taken this weekend.  I had planned on doing a single post for Fourth of July, but my awesome photographer (aka my little brother) took sooo many photos that I couldn't choose.

So today is "Part One" of my two part Fourth of July Fashion series!  I'll be showcasing a couple of casual outfits today and a few dressier outfits tomorrow.


T-shirt  c/o || White Jeans (local boutique, tagged similar) || Tassel Necklace (use code "Seersucker10" for 10% off at checkout!)  ||  Sandals  ||  Sunglasses (old Versace, tagged similar)
Earrings:  Rocksbox (use code "Danabff143" for your first month free!)

This tee is really fun because it's specific to the town I grew up in!  I've also been wearing these white jeans a lot lately, especially in lieu of shorts.  #pastyskinprobs  And of course, I love a good tassel :)


Dress (old Tommy Hilfiger, tagged similar) ||  Sandals  ||
Sunglasses (old Versace, tagged similar)
Arm Cuff:  Rocksbox (use code "Danabff143" for your first month free!)

I wore this look for Fourth of July a few years ago for a family reunion out on the lake!  It's more of a coral than a red, but it serves its purpose.  It used to have a little attached belt, but I lost it in the wash, and didn't miss it.

Here are some other pieces I love for a casual Fourth of July:

Do y'all have a favorite look of the two?  Are you going casual or dressy this year?



Saturday, June 27, 2015

Weekend Reading

I really thought that after Wednesday's post, I would be back on my blogging game!  But I'm still having issues with my energy levels, so please bare with me.  I'm hoping next week will be a little smoother!  If you have any content you'd like to see for July, leave it in the comments or shoot me an email :)  Here are some of my favorite finds on the internet over the past few weeks.  Enjoy!

How to:

Yummy Recipes:

Looking for inspiration?
And if you love social media, you've got to check this out!

Did I miss something?  Be sure to share it in the comments below if I did!  



Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Wednesday Wisdom: The Hard Stuff

I apologize for my weeklong hiatus from blogging.  However, I received an opportunity that absolutely scared the hell out of me... and I knew that I had to take it.

About a month ago, I received a phone call from a CEO in our community.  He wanted to interview me for a position that had recently opened up with the firm he manages.  He had always been so nice to me, so I agreed to hear him out strictly out of respect.  We met for breakfast the next day.  I had no intention of taking the job, but the more I heard, the more I realized I would be crazy to turn it down.  A raise, opportunities to travel, great retirement benefits, the opportunity to become certified in the line of work - they could all be mine.  All I had to do was leave my cozy job - my first job post-grad, a job with co-workers that are some of the best people you will ever meet, a job with an adorable little office that I had decorated exactly how I wanted it, a job that I excelled at.

So I thought a lot, and I prayed a lot more.  I talked to my dad who works in Human Resources.  I talked to my boyfriend who had recently switched jobs.  I talked to the CEO at the company I was employed with.  And I listened to my gut.

Two weeks ago yesterday, I put in my notice.  I sat down with my boss, and I think I was bawling before I even got the words out.  Why?  Because the hardest part of leaving my job was telling her.  That conversation was one of the top five hardest things I've ever had to do.  I had nightmares about it all weekend and prepared for the worst.  Do you know what my boss did?  She hugged me.  She gave me her blessing.  She told me how excited she was for me.

As you're reading this, I'm on my first day at my new job.  I'm not sure what the transition from small business development to economic development will be like, but I'm excited to figure it out.

I hope that you won't be afraid of "the hard stuff."  I hope that if there's a wonderful opportunity staring you in the face, that you'll take it... especially if it scares the hell out of you.

Happy Wednesday, loves.



Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Wednesday Wisdom: Playing Nice Online

I've been avoiding writing this post because it hits a little too close to home, but I think it's important, and I hope that you will take the time to read it.

My friend Chelsea had a really cool opportunity.  She was involved with an Influenster campaign with CoverGirl, and as one of the "tasks," she tweeted a before and after photo using the CoverGirl mascara.  CoverGirl asked to promote her tweet!  (Isn't that a blogger's dream?  I'm still a little envious.)  I can only imaging how excited she must have felt, and how shocked she was when her notifications were flooded with negative comments, expletives, and just flat out mean tweets.

My heart really hurt for Chelsea.  She has been one of my best friends since the end of freshman year in college.  She has had my back through everything.  If there is a major secret laying on my heart, I know that I can tell Chelsea, because she will guard it with her life.  She has a heart for individuals with disabilities, specifically autism and hearing and vision impairments.  She interned last summer teaching individuals with vision impairments how to use technology that would allow them to see.  Her face was the first face that her clients saw after being unable to see for so long.  And I bet they could care less about what her lashes looked like.

As someone who was cyberbullied in high school and college, my blood started to boil.  I wanted to lash out at these people for being so mean to my friend.  How dare them, right?!  So I started of thinking of mean things that I could tweet back to them.  But right before I hit send, I realized that when I lashed out at some random stranger for hurting my friend, I was stooping down to their level.  And I'm better than that, and I know you're better than that, too.

So here's the moral of my story - Be nice.  Don't feel safe being mean because you're sitting behind a keyboard.  You never know someone's story.  Think before sending that nasty tweet or leaving that condescending blog comment.

And if you're up for a challenge, I challenge you to join me in trying to make social media and the blogging community a more positive place!  (This is why I started my #WCW series on my Facebook page!)  Bloggers have more influence than they know... Why not use yours to be positive?

Happy Wednesday!



A big thank you to my friend Chelsea for allowing me to share her story!  The last two photos in this post belong to her, please do not use without her permission.

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Gift Guide: Wedding Showers

I had a conversation at lunch last week about how my life is pretty much wedding season.  This summer and fall, I am going to a record number of weddings.  I am so excited to see my friends so happy in love, but sometimes I get a little stressed out when it comes to buying a gift.  The registry is always a good go-to, but sometimes that isn't an option.  (Have you ever gotten to someone's registry and realized the only thing left is a $300 KitchenAid Mixer and K Cups?  Guilty over here!)  Here are my picks when I need a shower gift, whether it be a household shower or a personal shower.
(PS - Everything is under $100!)


Waffle Maker //  My aunt surprised me with one of these for Christmas!  I never in a million years would have thought to ask for one, but my boyfriend and I make waffles almost every weekend now.  If you wanted to get extra fancy, include a bottle of champagne, a thing of orange juice, and other brunch related goodies, and call it an "At-Home Brunch Date" set :)

Moscow Mule Mugs //  Aside from loving Moscow Mules, I love how aesthetically pleasing the mugs are.  I've honestly considered purchasing one to keep the pens at my desk in.  If you wanted to go the extra mile with this gift, give them a bottle of vodka and a pack of Seagram's Ginger Beer.

Spoon Rest //  Maybe it's just because I don't cook frequently, but I when I moved into my apartment, a spoon rest was the least of my worries.  But after months of having to grab a paper towel in the middle of cooking or just laying the spoon on the counter, I made my own at a pottery place.  If you wanted to go the extra mile with this gift, gift it with a set of cooking spoons or a soup ladle.  

Wine Opener & Chiller //  I've never mastered the cork screw, and when I started working in events, I got really spoiled and had access to an electric bottle opener.  These things make life easier, but I would have never purchased one for myself.  (Shout out to my momma for buying me one for Christmas!)  To go the extra mile with this gift, I would purchase a bottle of white wine.

Cheese Board Set //  I love when I go to visit a friend or family member, and they pull out the cheeseboard.  It's super nice for the couple who loves entertaining guests, or just loves having fancy dinner dates at home!  Cheese isn't the best gift, so to go the extra mile with this gift, I would gift a bottle of red wine. 

Leather Coasters //  These can go in any room of your home - living room, bedroom, office, man cave, you name it!  I think that leather coasters automatically class things up.  If you wanted to spend a little more, I would gift these with a set of glasses. 

Salad Serving Set //  This is another great gift for couples that love to cook or entertain.  (This will be at the top of my registry, because I pretty much make all of my salads in a big pot that's meant for the stove.  #dontjudge)  If you wanted to go the extra mile with this gift, I would say salad sized bowls from the registry or a fancy salad dressing dispenser from a local gallery.


Whether it's a lingerie shower or a monogram shower, these picks will help you shower the bride without breaking the bank.  (I know that everyone doesn't feel comfortable buying lingerie, so I've included some alternatives!)

Monogrammed Bandeau Bikini //  Is the couple honeymooning at a beach?  Here's your gift!  The bride will love that it has her new monogram on it!  If you feel like a bikini top is an incomplete gift, try picking up a pair of bikini bottoms at Target. 

Monogrammed Bangle //   If the bride-to-be has a big stack of Alex and Ani bracelets, this is the perfect gift!  If she doesn't have a big stack or you want to give something besides a single bangle, consider getting a bangle with her groom's birthstone or the stone for the month they married in.

Monogrammed Necklace //  This is a simple, classic gift that can be personalized to fit the bride's personality.  Why not personalize the necklace to match her wedding colors? 

Wifey Tee //  I'm just a sucker for these "wifey" tees, and as much as I like to pretend that I'll never wear one, I'll probably have collected six of them between my engagement and wedding.  To go that extra mile, why not gift a pair of cozy leggings?  Perfect for the flight to the honeymoon!

Lingerie Bag //  What's a bride to do with all that lingerie she's packed for her honeymoon?!  Here's the answer to that!  If you wanted to take it a step further, include a cute little pair of panties or buy detergent that's especially for lingerie. 

Long Line Strapless Bra //   I'm not going to harp on lingerie because we all know where to find it, but isn't this piece cute?!  (PS - It's super affordable!) 

"She Said Yes" Polish //   I love when the name of a polish goes along with the occasion.  (And I'm obsessed with white nails for summer...)  To go the extra mile with this gift, consider getting the bride-to-be a gift certificate for a manicure and/or pedicure.

Cosabella Panty Set //  I'm embarrassed to admit how much I love Cosabellas.  If you really want to splurge on the bride, this set is a great gift.  (PS - Aerie has very similar panties!  They aren't nearly as high quality, but you can also buy like 7 for what one pair of Cosabella panties would cost.) 

Mrs. Necklace //   Don't we all secretly want our best friend to give us this necklace after we get engaged?!  It may be a little cheesy, but isn't it adorable and subtle?  (And could easily be layered.) Want to go the extra mile?  Consider matching earrings!

Happy Tuesday, y'all!  Do you have a "go to" gift for wedding showers?



Monday, June 15, 2015

60's Queen

I threw this look together for a casual Friday.  I usually wear denim and one of the cute t-shirts that sells in our gift shop (#nonprofitlifeisfun) but I was expecting an important meeting to pop up, so I wanted to put a little bit more effort into my appearance.  I think this is my new favorite work outfit!  Is it just me or does it put off a 60's vibe?

Blouse: J. Crew Factory (similar) ||  Pants:  J. Crew Factory ||  Necklace:  Purple Peridot  ||  Earrings:  Target ||  Flats:  Bass & Co. (similar)


A million years ago when I was in high school, I used to do some commercial modeling.  I was super into the mod look, so I would wear a black tank, skinny jeans (before they were cool), black high heels, and pop by the Merle Norman counter to get a super dramatic mod eyeliner look before going off to an interview.

I've been doing the cat eye a lot more lately, and I thought it might be fun to do a mod look again - a black cat eye topped with white liner.  Nothing I would ever rock to work, but might be fun for a girl's night out!

What's everyone getting into this Monday?  Hope everyone is having a wonderful day!



Saturday, June 13, 2015

Summer Bucket List

Do you ever feel like so many things in your life are contingent on one thing?  That's how I've felt about the LSAT!  I've had all these awesome things I want to do this summer, but I haven't been able to do so because so much of my time has been devoted to that test.  Now that I can check that off, here are the other things that I hope to experience this summer!

Take the LSAT //  I am so happy to check this one off!  I will have my score by July 7, but I just keep pushing that thought to the back of my mind.  I'll cross that bridge when I get to it. 

Visit Dollywood //  I was actually supposed to do this today!  But I had my infusion on Thursday, and I'm really not recovering as quickly as I would like.  So I'm using today to lay in bed, read, write, and just give my body a chance to relax.

Exercise more frequently  //  This was one of the first things to go when I realized studying didn't leave me with enough hours in the day.  Since I have more free time and the weather is usually pretty warm, I'm going to make it a goal to be more active.  Francis loves to go on long walks, so I plan on taking for her for long walks downtown; hopefully this will help both of us to shed a couple of extra pounds we put on this winter!

Make tassel bracelets //  I bought the supplies like two months ago... It's time!  Keep an eye out for a post all about them :)

Cook more frequently  //  I don't really enjoy cooking, but after the amount of takeout I've eaten over the past two months, I'm ready for some honest to goodness home cooked meals.  Even if that means making grilled chicken, rice, and hummus with cucumber slices for every meal, it has to be better than the garbage I've been putting into my body.

Visit my dad & stepmom // I haven't seem them since my birthday in February, and I am sooo  excited!  I have a trip planned, and I really just cannot wait.  Nothing look good food, good wine, and good company.

Finish painting canvases  // I still owe some of y'all canvases for your help with my Relay for Life fundraising.  I promise that I haven't forgotten!  They're actually all almost done, and I may be able to get them in the mail on Monday depending on my energy levels!

Travel  //  I'm going to Savannah in July for a bachelorette party, and I'm super psyched!!  This is part of the reason that I'm trying to exercise more frequently, as well. 

Read at least three books  //  I hope to read even more, but I try to give myself realistic goals.  I've seen so many "summer reading" posts, and I'm overwhelmed because there are so many different books that I want to read.  I'm definitely open to suggestions!

Make an "About me" page for my blog  //  I have wanted to do this forever, but I just haven't gotten around to it yet.  But I plan to have one by the end of the summer.

Reach new social media milestones //  I'm hoping to reach 4,000 Twitter followers, 150 Facebook likes, and 800 Instagram followers.

Do outreach for the homeless community  //  There is a large number of people without homes in my area, and it honestly breaks my heart.  A few weeks ago, I went to Target, and there was a man outside with a "homeless & hungry" sign.  I really felt like God laid it on my heart to help him out, so when I was grabbing what I needed, I also bought bread, peanut butter, Chewy bars, pretzels, and a huge bottle of water.  When I went outside, he was nowhere to be found.  My boyfriend was away at a training at the time, and when I told him, he told me about how one of the speakers was talking about how he keeps little "kits" in his car so that when he sees a homeless individual on the side of the road, he can give it to them.  My little brother has a paper route, so I'm going to get the coupons from extra papers each week, and stock up on necessities that are on sale - toothpaste, hand sanitizer, etc. so that I can start creating these baggies.  This is probably the bucket item list that I'm most excited about!

Write at least five handwritten notes //  I think that reflection is important, and I also think that letting people know how you feel about them is important.  Writing handwritten notes is the perfect way to combine these.  (PS - I also think that sometimes writing a letter and then throwing it away is a great way to get something off of your chest.)  If you're looking for someone to write letters to, check out this site.  

See a movie //  I was pretty much begging my boyfriend to go see Jurassic World with me today, and that's when I realized I couldn't tell you the last time I went to the movies.  So I hope to go see at least one movie this summer, get a large popcorn... and sneak in a soda and some candy ;)

Study Spanish for at least an hour a week //  I don't know when my next trip to Mexico will be, but I want to be prepared!  I don't expect to become fluent overnight, but I'd like to know enough for general pleasantries, and more than just "Where is the bathroom?" "White wine, please!" and "I'm sorry, I don't speak Spanish."

Enough about me - tell me about you!  What is on your summer bucket list?  Any tips for me?

And don't forget - I'm running a giveaway right now for Father's Day!



Friday, June 12, 2015

My First RocksBox!

Like most things in my life, my RocksBox experience was eventful, to say the least.  I had a code to get my first month free, so after months of deliberation, I pulled the trigger and signed up!  However, my expected date to receive my package rolled around, and it wasn't here.  And I couldn't get anyone at Rocksbox to help me or respond to my emails for days.  I almost just cancelled my free box then and there and called it a day.

One week late, my box arrived.  At that point, the excitement had worn off.  When I opened it, I was even more disappointed, because I wasn't excited about anything in the box... Bummer.  But I told myself that since I had ordered it, and it was here, I needed to give it a try.  I'm honestly really glad that I did, though, because I never buy myself jewelry, and it was an opportunity to "play dress up" for a few days!

Here are the pieces that I received:

SLATE Crystal Spike Earrings

I put these on my wishlist, because I've been trying to try things that aren't necessarily "my style."  I really liked them at first, but the more I wear them, the wore I realize that my hair gets all tangled in them.  They're cute, but there's a really good chance that I will send them back.

Moon & Lola Vizela Ring

I hated this at first.  But then I forced myself to wear it, and I've started to fall in love with it!  It's subtle yet sparkly, and just a fun, easy piece that I've thrown in with my every day rings.

Jill Michael Ball & Chain Necklace

This is one of those pieces that I felt like should go with everything, but really didn't go with anything in my closet.  It's super cute, I just don't see myself wearing it very much.

My box came with a little quote this month, and I'm super obsessed with it!  I'm not sure if this is a monthly thing, but I plan on getting a little frame and either switching these quotes out whenever I get a new box or maybe even sprinkling them through my gallery wall.  (Also, there are some random sunflowers outside of my apartment complex and I thought they fit the sunshine theme!  I also just wanted to take a photo with them because they're gorgeous, and it makes me so happy to seem them growing out of such an ugly pile of dirt and rocks.)

If you've never RocksBox-ed before, here are my tips for maximizing your experience:
  • Be patient.  My box arrived a week later than it was supposed to!
  • If you need customer service, use the little chat option on the website.  I sent multiple emails without much luck, but when I used the chat option on the website, my situation was immediately solved!  (They immediately shipped me out a new box, and I received a credit that doesn't expire.)
  • Think when making your wishlist!  I was super pumped when I went through and created my wishlist, but I went back through it after getting my first box and did a little editing because I got a little click happy!
  • Use my code for your first month free!  "DANABFF143" is all you need to know :)  I'm not on their blogger program, so I can only give three people a free month each month... Act fast!
By the way, I want to let y'all know that I received my second box, and they nailed it.  After not being too psyched about the goodies in this box (that have definitely grown on me!), I promised myself I would try it for three boxes.  My second box made me want to stick with the program, and I can't wait to tell y'all about it in a couple of weeks!

Now I want to hear from y'all - Have you RocksBox-ed before?  What do you vote that I keep and send back?

As always, if you have any questions, feel free to leave them in the comments or shoot me an email!

Happy Friday, y'all!



This is not a sponsored post, and all opinions are my own.  I received my first month of RocksBox for free by using a code from one of my blogging friends!  If you use my code to sign up, I receive a credit to purchase jewelry.  If you sign up, you also receive a code like I did, and can share it with your friends, as well :) 

Thursday, June 11, 2015

Happy National Seersucker Day!

Happy National Seersucker Day, y'all!

I'm pretty excited that this Southern fashion staple has it's own "holiday!"  (Side note:  National Wear Your Lilly Day is creeping up on us, as well... Mark those calendars for June 21!)  To celebrate, I've put together a fun seersucker look!

 || Top:  Lilly Pulitzer (similar) ||  Vest:  Local boutique (similar) ||
|| White jeans:  Local boutique (similar)  ||  Shoes:  Jack Rogers ||  Gold Knot Ring:  Kate Spade ||
||  Gold V Ring:  RocksBox  ||  Nails:  Alpine Snow  ||

When I buy clothing, I love classic pieces, but I especially love classic with a twist.  So when I saw this vest at a pop up shop for the boutique my friend owns, I knew it had to come home with me.  I love a good "challenging piece" and this is definitely one of them.  If you have any suggestions on how to style this vest, I would love to hear them!

And if you're looking to celebrate National Seersucker Day with a purchase, here are some of my favorite seersucker finds!

Happy Thursday, y'all!  Are you a fan of seersucker?

And don't forget to enter my Father's Day Giveaway!!


Seersucker Sass

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Father's Day Gift Ideas (+ A Giveaway!)

Father's Day is right around the corner!  If your dad is anything like mine, he's next to impossible to buy for.  I've compiled a list of things that I think your dad might like that ranges from traditional to a little more fun!  Every gift on this list is under $100, and if you keep reading to the bottom, you'll have the opportunity to win a gift for your dad!

(Dad, if you're reading this, don't go any further or you will ruin your Father's Day Gift!)

Funky Swim Trunks //  Who remembers the funky swim trunks Dads used to wear in the 90's? ...They're back!  One of my favorite memories with my dad is when he used to take me to the pool as a little girl, which makes these a sentimental gift as well as a fun one!

Tee Claw  (c/o) //  I love small business, and I love entrepreneurship, so I'm really rooting for Tee Claw!  The Tee Claw was invented so that golfers could hit from a real tee while hitting from an artificial grass mat.  The folks at Tee Claw were nice enough to send me some, so I've decided to share!  I'll be giving away a set at the bottom of this post :)

A nice card //  It really is the thought that counts, so if it's not possible to buy a gift this year or Dad is insistent on no gifts, buy (or even make!) Dad a card!  I found an awesome one for my dad at Target, but there are a ton of great options on Etsy, as well!  

Travel Goodies //  My dad travels a lot, but I think this is a good option even if your dad doesn't travel much because it's full of great skin care products!  I think that as women, we sometimes forget that men need good skin care products.  (Can you imagine shaving your face every day and what that must do to your skin?)  

Monogrammed Cuff Links //  These are sharp!  I'm a firm believer that personalized items make great gifts, and if you dad is into cuff links, these are super affordable, as well!

Vintage Ball Cap //  New ball caps are nice, but I don't remember the men in my life ever wearing hats that didn't seem like they were already a bit (or a lot!) broken in.  I love the vintage look of this one, because it is already a little "broken in."

Selfie Stick //  Dads love selfies.  My dad takes better selfies than me, and it seriously makes my day anytime that I get one.  This is a great gift to ensure that the selfies keep coming!  (And who doesn't love a light hearted gift?!)

FitBit //  If your dad is into fitness (or is kind of into fitness and really likes cool gadgets) this is a good gift!  It's been awhile since I've been able to afford a nice gift for my dad, so I've rearranged some money so that I can get him a Fibit!  (This is a super awesome gift if you have siblings that can go in on it and split it with you!  #dadsonlychildprobs over here)

And while you're here, be sure to enter my giveaway for an awesome Tee Claw set for your dad!  The contest ends at 11:59 PM EST on Sunday night so that I put it in the mail first thing Monday morning and get it to you before Father's Day!

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What are you getting your dad for Father's Day?  Happy Wednesday!



This is not a sponsored post and all opinions are my own.  I was given Tee Claw products as a thank you for previously blogging about their product in a non-sponsored post.

Monday, June 8, 2015

Monday Motivation: Today's the Big Day!

Today is the big day y'all!  At 12:30 PM EST, I will be taking the LSAT!  To motivate myself & to motivate y'all for the week, I've decided to share some of my favorite motivational quotes.  I hope that they help you to start your week off on the right foot!

Happy Monday, y'all!  Thanks for all of the support, and thanks in advance for all of the prayers and positive vibes.  I have some great content planned for this week, so I hope you'll stop back by tomorrow!

What's your favorite motivational quote?