Goodness gracious y’all. Now that March is over and done, I have to say….I am kind of glad to see it go. It has been a whirlwind of a month between things going on in my personal life (both positive & negative) tons of trips and one of my favorite holidays of the year. I am happy to say April is slated to be much more chill and hopefully move me in a more positive life direction (more on that to come). I am honestly struggling with the idea of letting y’all inside a very raw part of me, even though I feel like through social media y’all know a fair amount about my life, it is also a glossy version usually. Let’s be real, the pretty filter on Snapchat makes it kind of hard to get real. But any who…lets get to a more fun topic, TRAVEL.
Photos by Jnelly
Like I said, March was an insane month for me. I was only in Atlanta one of the weekends this month. Which for me, is A LOT. From making a trip to Savannah for my favorite holiday, St. Patrick’s Day, to going on a bachelorette party on the beach to speaking at the University of South Carolina Her Campus event, I could barely breathe y’all.
I like to think I’m a pretty decent packer. I will most definitely bring too many cute top options and definitely at least three pairs of shoes…but HEY a gals got to have options. One thing I was searching for after I realized how insane my March travel plans were going to be, is a great weekender bag. One that was big enough to handle my Drybar sunshine yellow hairdryer, makeup and obviously all those kicks and man did I find it. Vera Bradley has been a favorite of mine since middle school, please tell me I was not the only one #obsessed with the quilted backpack, and they are still killing the game with their travel pieces. This weekender bag is gigantic and has the slot in the back to slide onto a rolling suitcase if need be! How convenient!!? And besides being super practical, how CUTE is that pattern! And it matches my most favorite little slides which is just icing on the cake.