Sunflower Field


We had to buy some to take home.


Obsessed with this ring!! Info below



Hey guys!

These were taken recently in the dreamy sunflower field at Colby Farm. I think I’ve already made it pretty clear I like flowers, so you won’t be surprised that I was thrilled about this excursion. I HAD to go when I learned of this place via my friend Andrea’s snapchat. I instantly messaged her asking where it was and decided to go in the next few days. It did not disappoint. Only a few of these pictures show the real scale of the field, but believe me when I say they go on and on and on.

I bought this dress from Loft specifically with frolicking in mind. I have very fair skin, and have always felt pretty in soft pink. So when I saw this flowy, romantic dress in the store earlier this summer, I was tempted to buy it. But I’m practical with money and couldn’t justify spending so much when I had no reason for the dress. But it was on sale a few weeks later, and I got it. I’m so happy I did.

This ring is beautiful. It’s by Daisy London who I discovered after choosing a name for this blog. Their pieces are incredible, and I want to buy up their whole website. The specific ring I’m wearing is the English Daisy. It makes me happy every time I see it on my hand. I love dainty jewelry nowadays, and the flower is the perfect size on my finger.

And last thing before I shut up, the night before we went, I dyed my hair this light auburn, and I’m living for it. I’ve since gotten a trim and bangs, which you’ll see in a couple days on here or earlier on my insta. I have so much new content coming, and I’m very excited about it! I’ve been doing at least one shoot a week, and it’s making me so happy. Happy happy happy!

Thanks, love ya!

What To Do In Nashville, TN


If you’ve been keeping up with me, you’ll know that I went to Nashville with my bestie Sasha. Isn’t she so cute?

In a previous post, I highlighted some of the murals around the city. Now, I’ll be putting in my two cents about where to go and what to eat.

Nashville is definitely a driving town with neighborhood clusters spread around. Luckily, we had a car and got to explore just about all of the city. The neighborhoods we liked most were East Nashville, Hillsboro Village, and 12 South. Other notable places are Lower Broadway, Centennial Park, and The Gulch.


I was struck by how much green space there is in Nashville. Everywhere we turned, there were people taking their dogs for walks. One of the biggest examples of this is Centennial Park. We spent part of an afternoon there, walking around and visiting their full-size replica of the Parthenon. We decided against taking the tour, but it was a cool to walk around and see from the outside, too.IMG_3558

When comprising a list of places to go in Nashville, I was reminded just how much food we ate! Sasha and I basically lived to eat the whole trip. Our favorite stops were:

  • Pinewood Social
  • Mas Tacos Por Favor
  • The Pharmacy Burger (we sat at the same table as Thomas Rhett and his then-pregnant wife Lauren)
  • Hattie B’s Chicken
  • Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream
  • Barista Parlor
  • Crema Coffee
  • Frothy Monkey (a treehouse-looking coffee shop)
  • Las Paletas Gourmet Popsicles (we went twice)
  • Biscuit Love
  • Five Daughter’s Bakery
  • Saint Añejo Cantina (I can’t speak for the food because we just ordered margaritas there, but it was a fun spot)
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When it comes to shopping, I followed Sasha’s lead. She’s an avid thrifter and came prepared with a list of places she wanted to go. Lots of the thrift and vintage shops are in East Nashville, a quaint artistic stretch of town. We ended up there twice and one of the trips was during their huge Tomato Art Festival. We also found this cool vintage car there that just so happened to match my look 😉IMG_3537IMG_3538

My favorite stores were in the 12 South and Hillsboro Village neighborhoods. Our favorites were:

  • White’s Mercantile
  • Draper James (I bought a shirt there)
  • Hey Rooster General Store
  • Pangaea
  • Imogene and Willie
  • Local Honey


As far as super touristy stuff, we went to The Country Music Hall of Fame and walked around Lower Broadway one afternoon. Lower Broadway is the stretch of street people think of when they think of Nashville. It’s full of honky tonks and boot shops. We poked around in the shops looking at all the leather goods, but we didn’t end up going in any of the bars. But you can definitely hear the live music loud and clear from the street! It was loud and really hot, so we only lasted about an hour on Broadway.


But I was mostly interested in eating all the food and obsessing over Amelia’s Flower Truck. I don’t even have the words to explain how cute this is in person. There are actually 3 trucks that drive around and park around town for people to buy cut flowers. I had to pose with one this day since I matched with the sunflowers on board.

Thanks for reading!




Hi I’m Rachel, and I’m starting a thing. You’ve gotta start somewhere, and I decided if I wait for the perfect time, shots, content ideas, etc., I’ll be waiting forever. My goal for myself was to start at the beginning of July, so here goes!

I went plant shopping this Saturday with my mom, and it was HOT. We’d already been running errands and lugging mulch and soil around in preparation for a huge gardening day. So before we went to Mahoney’s, I hopped into this easy, breezy jumpsuit to go buy too many flowers.  I also have it in a black floral print, and I’ve been wearing them a lot this summer when I want something effortless and comfy. And these espadrilles I just got are to diiiie for! Continue reading “Hello!”