Thursday, July 20, 2017

Birthday Blooms: This is 30

I'm doing this weeks Budget Blooms slightly different today, and calling it Birthday Blooms. I spent a little more than I typically would on blooms for my 30th birthday, however, I still spent way less than what an arrangement would cost at any floral shop. I went over $15 but spent less than $25 (I won't be breaking the cost down at the end of the post like I normally would), so there. The arrangement I made turned out so pretty and brought so much life to my living room because of the vibrant colors of the blooms. 
Turning 30 is a milestone for many people, and I feel like your either ready for it or your not. I was definitely ready to turn 30. Partly because Mike is 11 and half years older than me and the other part, well, I think people will start taking me a little more seriously. But who am I kidding, they probably won't. Mostly because I still look young. Which is good for me, right? 
None the less, so far 30 has been good to me and I can't help but feel overwhelmingly blessed. I have an amazing man who loves, treats and spoils me to the max, and a great group of friends that I would do anything for. But even at this stage in my life, there is a little voice in the back of my head telling me to do something big & bold. The moment I turned 30 I really felt like an adult. Which is funny because you only THINK that when you turn 18 or 21, but really 30 is when your telling yourself  'Ok, get your shit together'. 
I'm not entirely sure how this is going to pan out but Mike and I have been looking into starting an online shop for me as an extension of Modishly Naturopathic. If you don't know, I was gifted a Silhouette Cameo 3 machine as an early birthday gift about a month ago. I've already made a couple designs/shirts and started selling them so it only makes sense to have an online shop. I'm also in the beginning stages of making big changes on my blog. Soon MN will look  a little different. 
Although I am terrified to start a small business, I've always had an entrepreneurial spirit about me (seriously, I come up with some really good ideas) and i'm ready to tackle this big task head on. 
I'm 30 now and it's time to put my girl boss britches on. I can only pray and have all faith that God will catch me if I fall. I can also honestly say that i'm not afraid of failure. If it doesn't work out, it doesn't work out, but i'll be putting my blood, sweat, and tears into making sure it does. 

I'm am excited to see what my 30's will be like, and bring me, and hope that you all stick around for the ride. I have so much to do y'all, including catching up on all my drama shows as Mike likes to say, before I leave tomorrow for Fredricksburg for my sweet friend Sarahs bachelorette party! What are some fun plans you have happening this weekend? And how did you feel when you turned 30? Were you ready? Until next time....
Cheers loves,

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