Hi! Welcome to my little corner of cyberspace. My name is Bri. I have always been described as "having a smile on my face and a camera in my hand." While perusing my heavily scientific and mathematical degree during college, I realized how much I missed the arts so I started a blog as my creative outlet.
My blog has come a long way and has a long way to go. As I grow and change through the years so does the blog's look and feel. It is with 2018, that I am excited to buckle down and focus on my energy on creating a website I am proud of.
As I journey through life, I, like most, had to deal with some difficult situations to realize what is important to me and what honestly and wholeheartedly brings me happiness. I had to had to live the life I didn't want in order to be able to create the one I did!
Things that I love
my parent's dogs
a good book
I have spent a lot of my adult life working on my career, moving every few years. I've have lived in Montana, Idaho, and Nevada. The farther away I got home the more I realized how much I missed the simpler life. I never appreciated having my family close, the lazy days we spent on the river, and the friendships I had, people who really were just a call away and always on your side. So at the end of 2017, I relocate back to beautiful Montana.
The focus of my blog is to be honest and open about life. I write a lot about things that happen to me and what I have learned from those experiences. I have spoken openly and honestly about depression and anxiety, which I have suffered from, and the failures of my life. If you are interested in checking these out, please visit my Advice page under Lifestyle.
Another interest of mine is traveling. I have started creating travel guides for places that I visit including where I stayed, ate, and the activities I did. I always share honest opinions of my experience. Use the Travel tab above to search for your next travel destination!
I have a lot of big plans for the future, including buying and remodeling a home, and I cannot wait to take you along on that journey!
Shot by Jessica in Seattle for Flytographer