Is love really enough?
What will be my happiest day?
At what point will I truly be happy?
Why is is so hard to just have faith?
Why do I pay 25$ for a manicure that only looks good for 48hrs?
Why is it so hard to live in the moment and appreciate what we have?
Why do we chase happiness when we should really be searching within?
When can I finally be my own boss – and what will my staff think of me?
Is the idea of something always better than the reality of that something?
What will people say about me when I’m gone? How will I be remembered?
Will a million dollars be enough? Or maybe 10 million has a better ring to it?
How do you tell someone that they are making the biggest mistake of their life?
What’s more important a family or success in my career? Can you ever have both?
Why are we constantly trying to improve ourselves and evolve, will it ever be enough?
“If there’s one thing you can say about my apartment it's that it’s constantly evolving, constantly changing,” says Santo Domingo of the Flatiron loft she shares with her husband, Andrés Santo Domingo. “I think that is the mark of a good apartment; you can never really be done—It’s like a proper wardrobe. At my house, it might be a small tweak, but you’re never going to see the same thing twice.”
I'm currently lusting over these one piece Anthropologie swimsuits. I love these vintage inspired looks paired with her side swept chignon - its perfection. Can't wait for the season to wind down so we can all hit up the beach.
Wishing everyone an amazing weekend. Here we are all snowed in today but looking forward to having a Golden Globe party at our house this weekend. I just watched best picture contender The Fighter last night and LOVED it. I'm torn between Fighter and Black Swan as my pick for best picture, thoughts??
Images: The Selby