Hi, I’m Cassandra, Photographer, Writer & Lover of Stylish Things
World's coolest aunt (so I've been told). I'm all about personal growth and living a healthy lifestyle that prioritizes self-care and mental wellness. I want to embrace aging with swagger (and less gray hair), living life more mindfully and filled with an abundance of gratitude.
- 3 Steps I’m Taking to Get My Money Right in the Time of Covid19 September 10, 2020
- Wardrobe Essentials: 20 Must Have Pieces You Need In Your Closet August 26, 2020
- Wondering How to Wear All This Summer? Try These 5 Easy Looks July 29, 2020
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Author Archives: cassandra mcd.
Taking these 3 Steps to get my personal finances in order in the time of Covid19 pandemic Continue reading
I’ve been feeling a bit meh about my wardrobe for some time now. Simply uninspired and bored. Yet, I’m also being more fiscally responsible and budget more and spend less. My goal is to shop my closet and if I … Continue reading
Summertime is my time to shine and one of the ways I love getting my summer vibes on is by wearing a lot of white. Now, I know there are some people who will say they can’t possibly wear white. … Continue reading
Migraine and headache awareness, understanding basic facts and triggers is important to supporting loved ones with migraine headaches. Continue reading
5 Simple Tips To Help Get Your Closet Organized (so you can get you back to Netflix and chips sooner)
Self-isolation Day 5,046 and I finally got off the sofa, dusted the potato chip crumbs off my wrinkled t-shirt and decided I’d tackle organizing my wardrobe. Plus, I wanted to strike while the motivation was hot and the migraines were … Continue reading
WFH ROOKIE The last time I worked from home (WFH) was for a few days in 2018 when I strained the tendon in my right foot and couldn’t walk for days. I’ve always preferred to go into the office than … Continue reading
I decided to write this post because this topic has come up in conversation lately. It caused me to reflect on my own experience with uterine fibroids and wondered what, if anything was different about the experience about this particular … Continue reading