We are just getting back to LA from our family vacation! I have a lot of mixed emotions about being back – as I’m sure many of you deal with when returning from a beautiful time away. I shared some beauty links with you throughout the trip in my IG Stories, but I want to share them here in one place too!
Everything about fashion excites me, from styling to designing to stalking cool people on the street. At the moment, my biggest career goal is to make styling part of my business. There is so much out there to consume and I don’t just want to sell you stuff. I want to help you put looks together effortlessly. I want to be YOUR new fashion bestie and help you with any direction you might want or need. I have a lot of ideas in the works and can’t wait to share them.
One of the many things that I am grateful for when it comes to my podcast, WITH WHIT, is the platform it has become for discussing mental health. I recently spoke with Sarah Fay (PhD, MFA), an activist and author of PATHOLOGICAL: The True Story of Six Misdiagnoses. Her book calls for a new conversation about mental health diagnosis based on rigorous transparency. Below you will find a beautiful excerpt! With exquisite detail and a precise presentation of facts, she digs up her own life at the root to finally ask, Is a diagnosis a lifeline or a self-fulfilling prophecy?
O.M.G. so many products below!! Thank you SO much to everyone who called into my hotline over the past couple weeks to ask me questions about beauty. I hope my podcast episode, ‘My 411 on Skincare, Plastic Surgery, Hair Care & More Beauty!‘, helped you with some of your beauty related questions! Here are all of the products I talked about that went along with my tips.
My sister Jade just left – I’m so sad. But, so so so grateful that we were able to spend so much time together. I cherish it. While she was here, I had her on my podcast!! Have you listened yet?? Check it out on Apple or Spotify! Subscribe to my podcast if you haven’t yet!! Would love for you to not miss an ep. Also, rate and write a review. I really want to know what you think. Tell me what you want to hear more or less of.
I am always telling y’all to stop comparing yourselves to others. I truly believe that, but it’s so hard, right?? I struggle with it too sometimes. It’s especially difficult on social media. The purpose of social media is to follow and look at other people’s lives. We are just asking ourselves to compare. No matter what anyone else is doing or saying, you have to follow your passion. Don’t let others distract you from following your dreams!! Your passions and ideas are yours and that’s what makes them unique and special.
I don’t know exactly what it is, but I am working on myself more than ever. I’mnot sure if it’s my age, becoming a mom, being married for 5 years, quarantine or just all of it, but I am on the mission to be the happiest, most productive and calm I can be. Last week, I talked to Kelsey Murphy, Business and Life Coach, on my podcast, WITH WHIT and she helped me put into words everything I was feeling, thinking and wanting to get better at. Isn’t it the best when you can connect to someone who speaks your language?
As you guys know…I LOVE talking about skincare. Is it getting annoying yet, cause I could do it for hours and hours? I almost did this week on WITH WHIT! I spoke with Celeste Thomas, a Registered Nurse and holistic skincare expert. She has devoted her career to exploring the ever-evolving skincare industry. Celeste utilizes her medical expertise and passion for holistic wellness to find what truly works. Below you will find links to products from her favorite skincare brands!! I already bought and love them all!
This week on WITH WHIT, I have a very, very special guest…my younger sister, Paige! Her life does not look how she envisioned it. Four weeks before the stay at home order was put in place in California, she gave birth to her son, Wolf. My heart is with all of the brand new moms and women who are pregnant out there!
This week, on WITH WHIT, Ryan Manion joined me to discuss her inspiring journey with grief. Losing a family member or someone you love is the most devastating thing that can happen to a person. You are left with grief that you have absolutely no control over.