Announcement: I’m releasing an ebook!

I’m excited to announce that the blogger behind Thoughts and Thank Yous will be releasing an ebook in early October! The book will touch on intentions, affirmations, and motivations as we all navigate through this crazy journey we call life! Learn about effectively setting goals and working towards your dreams, all the while staying true to […]

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Words that got me through my week

I’ve been giving myself a lot of pep talks lately, trying to remind myself of who I am and where I’m going.  As summer shifts into fall my life has been shifting with it.  A whole lot of change has been happening lately, and as excited as I may be to start a new chapter […]

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The future of fashion

Time to talk about fashion, and I mean have some REAL talk about fashion. In the last 100 years, fashion has evolved tremendously. We’ve gone from sewing our own clothes at home to having large scale factories that mass produce and ship clothes worldwide. We have spectrums of fashion: street style, casual clothes, business clothes, […]

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Summer reflections

A moment, a minute, a month, a season. It always passes by so quickly, and yet we spend most of the rest of the year longing for it. It’s because most people feel they’re at their best during the summers. They’re tan, happy, relaxed, and graced by sweet sunshine every day. For me when I […]

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Tales from ten thousand feet

Capability. Openness. Fear. These were all the things I was considering at 10,000 feet hovering over the open door of a plane. What are you capable of? How much of what you think you’re capable is restricted by you telling yourself you can’t? We arrive at the border of Massachusetts and New Hampshire at 10 […]

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This I believe

I’ll always remember debating in school whether people are inherently good, or inherently evil.  There was never a conclusion or a right answer, it was always just a discussion. I liked to think that people are inherently good when I was young. How could people be inherently evil when those people were the select few? […]

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