Some days you just have to create your own sunshine!
And, speaking of sunshine...we have so many sunshine-y moments to celebrate: Graduations, beachy outings, gardening, diamonds, and fashion!!!
Whether you've been working on that educational journey for two or twenty years, graduation is one of the most party-worthy accomplishments out there! If you are celebrating with a grad, let them know how proud you are of what they've achieved.
Every accomplishment starts with a decision to TRY!
If you are at a loss for gift ideas, think simple, chic, or even Boho. Being a new grad comes with some hard times...wondering if you've made the right choice and what is going to happen next. Help those new beginners to remember to always turn their face to the sun and the shadows will fall behind them!
Maybe you have a student that will be continuing on their educational pursuits, moving into a dorm or out on their own. Be sure they know that the best way to predict the future is to create it! Help them embrace their uniqueness and fill their space with pieces that will encourage them to be fearless and completely unique.
Maybe you have a graduation party to attend, or just want to hang out in the presence of this newly brilliant individual....You don't have to have somewhere fancy to go in order to get dressed up all sweet and sassy. The backyard is as perfect a place as any to strut your sassy self--and don't forget the bling! Diamonds, pearls, and beachy Boho always look fantastic!
The unfortunate, and truly exciting, thing about life is that there is no curriculum. The entire experience is an elective!
Get outside and play...it's finally time! Pack a picnic complete with a petite floral bouquet. Then explore the world outside your window with a little hike along the road less traveled. Of course, be sure to wear sunscreen and protect against those pesky biters! You'll feel so great just getting out there and taking time to soak up the happiness all around...When you can't seem to FIND the sunshine, BE the sunshine!
Life is like a camera. Focus on what's important and capture the good times. Develop from the negatives and, if things don't work out, just take another shot.