Girls with cakepop

Photo on 2016-01-16 at 8.14 PM #2


There are few things better in life than those best friends you make in the bathroom at the bar, or the time you realize you’re instant besties with the girl who has the same nail polish colour.  This sparked my inspiration for my #girlswithcakepop idea.  Last night, I went to a party to celebrate my friend’s promotion (at this really cool restaurant in a museum) and there was 3 of us standing at the bar with the same shellac colour on.  So, I’m letting you know that cakepop is now my choice of colour permanently, unless there’s days where I need to switch it up and go for some red because I’m feeling fiery.  Most of the time though, know that I’m living these thoughts through blue eyes, and tan lines, and cakepop.  And yes, next time you’re picking your shellac colour you should pick cakepop and tag me in your cakepop travels & thoughts.

A stay at home .. Gen Y


I follow some pretty kick butt stay at home moms on social media, one of my all time favs (and literally she probably has no idea) is the one and only PopTart Diaries.  I pretty much live vicariously through her and all the cool mom group friends she’s made.  You know, those Insta girls that end up becoming your Insta friend.

Anyways, I was thinking, how cool is it to have the label stay at home mom, it really has its own community.  And then I got thinking well, I actually get to be a Stay at Home Gen Y.. and that’s something you’ve probably never heard of.  Like ever.

I love what I get to do, and I love that I get to do my life first in and around my biz.. and then a lot of the times it becomes the perfect work life mix, all in one.  Stay at home Gen Y.. what’s the requirements for that?  And how is that even possible without a massive trust fund account?

Stay at home for all intensive purposes as a Gen Y means anything but that.. more like a go to the gym in the middle of the day, wake up early just cause you can, binge watch Making a Murderer on Monday Afternoon, join the 10 am Yoga class, working on a girls self-esteem charity, Starbucks Strolling, non-two week vacationer, read lots of books just because, Gen Y.

And that’s an option I wish was taught in school, the kind where you can have your cake and eat it too.  A life lived to the fullest on your own terms, and one where you can still give back.

And no, I don’t get to live off of a massive trust fund account.  Bring on the stay at home Gen Y.

love Brittney