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How to Deal When You Feel a Little Like a Failure

This summer I found myself in a funk. I’ve sat on this post for a good month now, trying to decide if it had the right “tone” for my blog. I love this blog. LOVE it. I love that it’s light and fun and full of beautiful inspiration. I love that it inspires and might actually mean something to people. But the girl behind the blog – nerdy, shy me – she’s very real.

For the past many weeks I’ve had this overwhelming feeling that I’ve been failing. At everything. So much so that I was going to title this post, “Because Sometimes I Suck At Everything,” but then I realized that would upset my Grandma (Hi, Grandma!) and I realized I could find the positive spin. It all started when I learned that I had made not one, but two, rather stupid mistakes relating to my work. I’ve been a full-time blogger for a year, managing this blog for more than six years, and juggled blogging and a career as a lawyer for six years. Yet in just the past few weeks, I made two mistakes I’ve never made before. I was able to correct both, thank goodness. But both made me feel like I was awful at my job. The funny thing is, I dealt with much more pervasive issues – people’s lives, health, finances, and futures in a demanding legal career, while juggling a growing blog, for six whole years – and yet even making a mistake on a blog post about something almost inconsequential in the grand scheme of things, reduced me to tears and left me doubting my ability to be “good” at my job.

Those blog business mistakes, e-mails I’ve yet to return, missed opportunities because of my schedule, and a “to do” list that feels miles long, along with a brand new house filled to the brim with moving boxes that my clumsy toddler keeps walking into, plus a trip to the emergency room this past weekend when Scarlett fought the coffee table and the coffee table won (and the worst part is: I’ve vowed for weeks to get rid of that stupid coffee table for this exact reason, but “busy” got in the way and I plain old forgot), has me feeling like a total failure. For the record: Scarlett is perfect – just some minor bruising on her ear. She was actually happy as a clam even as we waited in the ER and hubby and I knew we had officially suffered our first major first-time-parent overreaction.

Failing at life stuff and even the occasional business mistake, while it sucks, I can deal with it. I can make amends and try to be more organized. Failing at being a mom, that hurts. I know inherently, that I’m not. Dinner is on the table, mostly made by me, every night, and Scarlett is well taken care of, learning constantly, and is so loved. But it doesn’t stop the guilt train … it barely slows it at all.

What is it about mom guilt that can knock you down so fast, no matter how hard you’re trying?

I’ve worked tirelessly for months moving us from one house to an apartment then into another house (the current and hopefully somewhat permanent house) almost completely on my own. I adore my husband, but as a resident, he’s barely here, and most of the home burdens fall to me. Then, the last two weeks, I’ve spent hours each day – often neglecting my own blog work, which I’m sure contributed to the above mistakes – unpacking boxes. If you’ve moved, you know just how awful unpacking can be. Unpacking with a toddler is a whole different ballgame. I stare at the boxes some days and think, “Forget it, we’re living just like this, boxes and all.” Other days I get so frustrated that I set out determined to find help at any cost and send out e-mails looking for a professional unpacker/organizer. Note to self: help does have a cost, and it’s way too expensive. So back to the boxes I go.

And then Scarlett stumbles into the same open cardboard box twice in one day, leaving two neat cuts on her little arms and it takes everything in me not to cry right along with her each time she gets hurt. Her hitting the coffee table; that was even worse. When your baby falls or hurts themselves, you panic, and rightfully so. When your baby falls or hurts themselves because of something you did, you feel like the world is ending. Typically, that’s accompanied by feeling like the worst parent in the world. It’s one of the most horrible feelings. It’s also stupid and unfounded and totally overblown, but as a parent, it’s the state of things. Sadly, we felt that exact feeling before when Scarlett was just a few months old and she had to be hospitalized for eye issues and later, and on several occasions, for stomach issues. When she cried, because I had taken her to the doctor, hospital, ER, for a procedure, etc., I did that to her. I know it’s not rational. I know it was the right thing to do. I know I’m just trying my best. But it feels … devastating.

As it were, the combination of all of this stuff, has made me feel like I kind of suck at everything. Maybe if I did one thing, or possibly two, I could do those things really well, but trying to be it all, do it all, it makes me feel like a fraud. Perhaps brands are only getting a fraction of the blogger that maybe I could be, our pretty little house could be so much more but I just don’t have the time, bills sit waiting to be paid, my friends wonder where I’ve been, and Scarlett is only getting a part of the Mom she deserves. The juggle is real.

So what’s a girl supposed to do?

I look at this little bug.

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Growing up right before my eyes.

Toddler Playing in Summer Time (Plus thoughts on mom guilt and how to deal when you feel a little like a failure.)

I remember what’s important.

I plan day trips and weekend trips and someday vacations. I put those things in my calendar so that I can remind myself that they are there and that the good things are ahead.

That not everything is about work.

Toddler Playing in Summer Time (Plus thoughts on mom guilt and how to deal when you feel a little like a failure.)

I give myself a break and cut myself some slack. I tell myself that even though a small mistake feels monumental in my world, so long as I act with grace and humility, and attempt to fix things and do my best, I’ve done just that – my best – and in all likelihood, it’s not monumental at all.

Toddler Playing in Summer Time (Plus thoughts on mom guilt and how to deal when you feel a little like a failure.)

My friends know that I’m here, but that I’m busy, and that I love them. I try to make new friends too, because moving to a new place, it’s lonely, and loneliness gets overwhelming too.

Toddler Playing in Summer Time (Plus thoughts on mom guilt and how to deal when you feel a little like a failure.)

But I want Scarlett to know that I love her right now. Not that I was always working or worrying. So I put down my phone when we drag out the plastic pool to splash around in the startling late summer heat. I remind my tired hubby to do the same; to tuck her into bed and to read her too many story books at night, even though he comes home exhausted. We make new traditions; Taco Tuesdays is Scarlett’s current favorite.

I can’t say that I have all of the answers. And frankly, this week, even though I told myself all of these good things on repeat just the other day, I feel crummy again. I can’t lift that stupid coffee table on my own, and hubby has been working long shifts and he looks so tired at night. I feel behind today, and overwhelmed, and unsure about the path that I’m on. But I am sure, crystal clear in fact, that being this little girl’s mama, a good wife to my hubby, a good daughter, sister, grand-daughter and friend, a person who is passionate about what she does, that I’m not so bad at those things. That to those people and passions, I’m just enough. I hope that helps you too. You are enough, and you’re doing your very best.

So tell me, how do you deal when you’re feeling a little bit (or a lot) like a failure?

Photos by Annie Watts Photography


Lexi

Behind-the-Scenes of Our Southern Dinner Party

If you haven’t heard, our most recent styled shoot, a Newlywed’s Southern Dinner Party, with the prettiest late summer vibes, was featured on Style Me Pretty a few weeks back. This styled shoot felt particularly special because it was so reminiscent of our time here in North Carolina.

Once we settled on a Southern dinner party theme, I knew I wanted it to be especially for couples. The inspiration? When hubby and I were first married, we couldn’t wait to use all of our newly acquired dishes and bowls, and play hosts. Now that we’ve moved to North Carolina, making new friends has been a priority. It doesn’t really feel like home until you have family, and for us, good friends are family. Thanks to those awesome friends, we were able to bring the Newlyweds Southern Dinner Party to life.

This styled southern dinner party in particular truly was a labor of love. On the day of the event, all of us were hauling farm tables and chairs and stacks of china out into the The Bradford‘s gorgeous courtyard, to make the party as magical as possible. Ahh, the glamorous life behind-the-scenes of a styled shoot …

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By the way, I shared a few tips for throwing your own dinner party for family and friends over on Style Me Pretty, but keep scrolling for all of the fun little details from this amazing shoot. (Can I say that about my own shoot? I’m kind of obsessed.)

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So many talented vendors, who I also happen to call friends, came together for this jaw-dropping shoot. All of the photos were taken by Brent of Live View Studios who totally and completely blows me away with his talent.

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Holly and Amanda of Greenhouse Picker Sisters are truly rockstars. These girls hustle. Anything you dream up, they figure it out. When I blurted out the idea of a hanging buffet table at one of our meetings their initial response was, “Absolutely, let’s do it!” Their collection of vintage and new furniture and accessories is jaw-dropping and I’m not sure I could imagine a party going forward without them.

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Guys, a hanging buffet table is where it’s at.

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I had so much fun with the drink station, dreaming up southern cocktails like a southern spritzer with prosecco, peach nectar and blackberries, and a freshly-squeezed lemonade.

SWEET SOUTHERN SPRITZER

Serves a small party

INGREDIENTS

2 Bottles of Prosecco
2 Bottles of Peach Nectar
Flat of Blackberries

DIRECTIONS

  1. Pour all of the prosecco and peach nectar into a large drink dispenser.
  2. Wash blackberries and add them to the dispenser.
  3. Allow to chill for at least an hour so that the blackberries soak up some of the cocktail. Not only is the drink delicious, but it’s a whole lot of fun eating the spiked blackberries at the end of the night!

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I was so in love with all of the sweet little touches we were able to incorporate, like the jelly jars tied with tags that read, “Jam-packed with love.” It’s amazing working with someone like Sarah of Bella Joviality who always goes above and beyond with some of my nerdier ideas.

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The white chocolate bread from La Farm Bakery in Cary; it’s heaven.

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And how adorable is Annie? I work with Annie a ton here on the blog; she shoots content for me in between her packed wedding schedule, and she and her husband, Jeremy, stood in as our adorable Newlyweds for this shoot.

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I have to hand it to Belle’s Catering: to make food that not only looks incredible but tastes out-of-this-world is a total culinary feat. The second the shoot wrapped, all of us went to town on the meal and it was SO worth the wait.

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Can you spot me hiding in the background? I’m the one wearing totally seasonally inappropriate clothing, to no one’s surprise at all.

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These pictures just make me want to throw another dinner party.

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The flowers also played such a lovely role in this shoot. Alana of Serendipity Designs can make anything look stunning with her floral arrangements. Seriously.

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And what would a great dinner party be without dessert? So we went overboard (duh!) and created the most beautiful dessert station.

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Dinner party tip: Make a few of the dishes if you’re so inclined – a salad, or an entree (or find a fantastic caterer who does dinner parties), and then buy your favorite bakery dessert and a big container of ice cream. No one will know or care that it isn’t homemade.

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That gorgeous handwriting: it’s all Sarah. If only I could doodle that well!

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And there you have it: the sweetest outdoor Southern-inspired dinner party!

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Last but not least, Amber of Six Foot Photography is not only an incredible photographer but she makes the most adorable videos. How perfect is this little highlight reel from the dinner party?

Head to Style Me Pretty for more!

Photography: Live View Studios | Cinematography: Six Foot Photography | Design + Styling: Glitter Inc. | Floral Design: Serendipity Designs | Catering: Belle’s Catering | Invitations + Calligraphy: Bella Joviality | Venue: The Bradford | Desserts: La Farm Bakery | Models: Annie Watts and Jeremy Timmons | Vintage Furniture Rentals: Greenhouse Picker Sisters


Lexi

Messy Bun Upgrade: Put a Velvet Chignon Bow On It

Messy Bun Upgrade: Put a Velvet Chignon Bow On It (This nifty 90s-inspired hair tool will be your new best friend!)

I am a serial bun wearer. I wish I could muster the energy to get more creative with my hairdo, but mostly, first thing in the morning, I just want coffee. Between getting Scarlett ready, the dog outside, and that life-giving cup of coffee in my hands, my hair typically falls in last place. It’s not until the UPS guy shows up at our door that I realize I look like a hot mess.

And then I stumble upon this nifty little hair tool, and my bun dreams have pretty much been answered. I know, I know, you’re probably thinking, “Lexi, it’s just a stupid ribbon.” But that’s the thing, it’s not. Reminiscent of these (kinda nerdy) ponytail wraps of the nineties, this “ribbon” hair tool actually has hidden wire so that your pretty little ribbon stays put. You get that whimsical bow look without it constantly slipping out of your hair throughout the day. The wire will also help to secure your bun; a.k.a., a total lazy girl’s bun win. So yeah, I’m kind of excited about putting a bow in my everyday bun, but this bow is magical and beautiful and mine, all mine.

Messy Bun Upgrade: Put a Velvet Chignon Bow On It (This nifty 90s-inspired hair tool will be your new best friend!)

Images: Free People Velvet Chignon Hair Tool (There’s also a drippy velvet bow on an elastic hair tie that I’m kind of digging as well!)

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Lexi

Little Love Notes

A few Little Love Notes to the things I loved most this week, including a beautiful bohemian dining room remodel.

Happy weekend, everyone! I’ve worked my booty off this week, so I have big plans to do nothing on Saturday … you know, with the exception of a toddler needing me at every second of the day and a house that’s begging to be cleaned. Sunday, if hubby gets the day off, we may get out and explore – because that’s what weekend’s are for, after all – and I’ll be sharing what we’re up to throughout the weekend over on instagramfacebooktwitter, and snapchat → glitterinclexi (lots of fun behind-the-scenes there). Follow along!

How about you? Any exciting weekend plans?

With that, a few little love notes …

Dear realty no-no’sterrible real estate photos that will make you laugh out loud.

Dear wanderlust, the most beautiful places in every state.

Dear egg fans, try this fool-proof method for making a perfect poached egg.

Dear growing pains, why hangovers get so much worse with age.

Dear adorable DIY’s to try, colorful framed balloons.

Dear diet truths, what if carbs aren’t actually making us fat? (Pass the bread.)

Dear must-watch, the preview for My Blind Brother looks quirky and great. Will you see it?

Dear denim dreams, I need this pair of jeans, right? (Rumor has it, Mother Denim makes the softest jeans with just the right amount of flattering stretch. Just sayin’.)

Dear everyone, here’s how to help Louisiana flood victims.

Dear weekend bakingchocolate chip biscuit s’mores.

Get the origins of these sweet little love notes, here, and catch up on love notes of the past.

image via Cheetah is the New Black

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Lexi

How to Make the Cutest Teacher Appreciation Gift

This year, on Scarlett’s very first day of preschool, I knew I wanted to share a little something special with her teachers. I saw something similar – using EOS Lip Balms – floating around on Facebook, and I thought, “Hey, I can make that!” These sweet little “apples” are perfect for a first day of school introduction or for a teacher appreciation day. All you need is an EOS round lip balm, green paper, a pair of scissors, glue or tape, and a pen, and you’re in business. (The easy directions are down below.)

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These lip balm apples were simple to make and totally adorable. Plus, who doesn’t want a new EOS lip balm for the school year? Useful and memorable!

How to Make the Cutest DIY Teacher Appreciation Gift Using an EOS Lip Balm (Perfect for Back-to-School + Teacher Appreciation Day!)

WHAT YOU’LL NEED:

1 Red EOS Lip Balm
Green Paper or Card Stock
Scissors
Fine Tip Black Pen
Glue or Tape*

*We used a roller of double-sided tape to put a small amount of tape down. It secured the leaves perfectly, but because it’s tape, it’s temporary and the teachers can remove the leaves easily so that they just have a lip balm.

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Remove the EOS Lip Balm from it’s packaging.
  2. Cut out two leaves, each with a small stem/base. (You’ll need that to glue or tape down to your lip balm “apple.”)
  3. Using a fine point pen, write small note to your child’s teacher(s). We went with, “Excited to grow with you this year!”
  4. Gently twist the two stems of your leaves together. Using a dot of glue or double-sided tape, secure the twisted stems to the top of the EOS Lip Balm. (If using glue, allow to dry completely before transporting.)

Happy crafting!

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Lexi

End-of-Summer Bucket List

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As summer is winding down, I’ve been trying to focus on a few fun summer bucket list things before Scarlett starts school, like running through the sprinklers, covering our sidewalks in chalk, taking a road trip, having a picnic, and hitting the books in the sunshine; basically, getting outside more while the warm weather lasts. With the help of thinkThin®, I’m working on trying a few summer “guiltless pleasures.”

End-of-Summer Bucket List with the Family

Plus, I’m a busy working mom, so having snacks that fit in with our crazy schedule are necessary. Gluten-free thinkThin® High Protein Bars are full of protein and come in a variety of decadent flavors, making them the perfect guilt-free pick me up. I’m partial to the Brownie Crunch bars because I’m admittedly a total chocaholic. Even on the busiest of days, having a thinkThin® bar in my purse is a lifesaver. (Psst … If you’re a fellow busy lady, check out The Busy Girl’s Guide to Guilt-Free Snacking.)

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Now that we’ve moved into our new neighborhood, we’ve been taking family walks to explore and get outside. We have this amazing trail just a few blocks from our house, and Scarlett is loving all there is to see. We collect rocks and flowers and she calls out to all of the trees and birds. If you follow along on Snapchat, you’ve probably already seen a few of our outdoor adventures. It’s pretty adorable.

We also have a foolproof trick for taking longer walks: bubbles.

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What’s on your end-of-summer bucket list? Do you have any favorite summer guiltless pleasures?

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Lexi