To me, magic is something special and something real. Magic is something that can’t happen unless you have this special “power”. Sometimes I think people need to take a break from their technological lives and just stop in time and experience a special moment. It’s important for society to disconnect from the tech savvy world because sometimes people [we] tend to get caught up with the media and people [we] lose the moment. For this shoot, I totally disconnected from my phone and every other gadget my photographer and I had and it was great. So disconnect from your phone, your Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and whatever else you use on a daily basis and see what can be done without the app. Soon you’ll see that a lot can be done without the gadgets! Anyways, my outfit details are below.
Blue Sandals: Target
Blue button down shirt: H&M
White V-Neck: Nike
Blue Backpack: Lands End
Day 2 hair goodness courtesy of the Cantu line and DevaCurl products (check it out in the products section). Thanks to the heat I achieved defied volume (yay) unfortunately also some loose curls:(
Live your life to the fullest. No regrets. Enjoy your life and live in the moment. Live it up with someone else, turn it into magic, and love it. Take a step away from your worries, the mortgage, preparing for tests, and even work. Have a moment to yourself and figure out what comes next or just take a risk and do it. Life is short people.
I live my life to the fullest every day and each day I grow more and more. Sometimes I take it day by day and sometimes I take it like its ending in hours, but either way I enjoy the day I lived because I am never going to be able to live that same day again. I can only move forward and I don’t want to move forward with regrets and not being able to live in the moment. Experience new things, go out to dinner in your favorite pajamas, eat a lobster with a bib on, take a weekend trip to somewhere amazing, rekindle those old friendships, form new traditions, just do something. Until then, I will be living my life a quarter-mile at time, focusing on my next milestone, my next big thing, my dream.