How To Create A Monthly Budget Plan That Works For You

How To Create A Monthly Budget Plan That Works For You

Monthly budget plans – you find yourself thinking about creating one all the time but never really get around to it. You say to yourself “I know how much I make, I know how much is in my account, I’ll be fine”. What if I was to tell you that setting up a monthly budget plan can […]

5 Helpful Resources Actors Should Be Utilizing

5 Helpful Resources Actors Should Be Utilizing

As an actor living in Los Angeles, I have spent the last four years in search of helpful resources that I can utilize daily as a way to navigate the crazy waters of the entertainment industry. These resources help make the acting industry a little less intimidating and a lot more manageable. 1. The 1 […]

How To Stay Focused When You Work From Home

How To Stay Focused When You Work From Home

So you’ve made the transition from going into an office everyday to working from home. Yes. The dream. Until you realize how easily distracting “the dream” is. There’s always laundry that you can do, TV shows that can just play in the background (ha!), kitchens that need to be cleaned up, errands that you can […]

Learning How To Love My Whole Self

Learning How To Love My Whole Self

As I sit in my bed staring at the blank space on my computer screen trying to decide what I should write about my mind comes up blank. I’ve been toying with the idea of writing about how to be in love with your whole self but I realized I can’t do that. I’d be […]

25 And Debt Free – How We Did It And How You Can Do It Too

25 And Debt Free – How We Did It And How You Can Do It Too

Let’s start this off by saying that the societal implications that living in debt is okay is *shockingly* 100% NOT OK. Let’s put this idea into perspective. Let’s say you are $10,000 in debt but you have $4,000 in savings, in reality, you don’t actually have $4,000 in savings. You are technically worth NEGATIVE SIX THOUSAND DOLLARS. THIS […]

Dear 8th Grade Cecilia

Dear 8th Grade Cecilia

Dear 8th Grade Cecilia, Over the next 8 years you will hear a lot of people tell you that if there is ANYTHING outside of acting that you want to do with your life – do it. 8th Grade Cecilia, I’m so sorry you will never find anything outside of acting to pursue. I’m not […]

My Decision To Wait

My Decision To Wait

I was 16-years-old when I met my husband. We were so in love. We were that high-school-hormones-never-left-each-other’s-sides-oh-my-gosh-lets-post-another-selfie-of-us-kissing in love. It was actually gross. I’m glad we’ve out-grown that phase of our lives (I don’t think we actually have…we just stopped posting kissing selfies because #aintnobodygottimeforthat). What comes across as the biggest shocker to most is […]

How To Survive Graduation And Moving Out On Your Own

How To Survive Graduation And Moving Out On Your Own

I moved to Los Angeles almost three years ago and now that I am out of the honeymoon stage / terrified for my life stage / what the f**k was I thinking stage I am able to gather my thoughts and give you the best tips for how to prepare yourself to move to Los […]

Life Lessons I Learned From Getting Married Very Young

Life Lessons I Learned From Getting Married Very Young

Here’s the thing – I got married when I was 23-years-old. That’s right. 23. As in; fresh out of college, had just moved across the country, was attempting to start my acting career, learning how to live on my own – twenty. three. years. old. And now, on top of all of that, I was […]

Surviving Life In A Big Family

Surviving Life In A Big Family

Part of me wanted to avoid writing this post. Part of me knew that I couldn’t. If you know me you know that I’m from a big family. It’s not something I keep hidden from the world. I actually talk about it a lot more than I should. “Ohh yeah I know ALL about sibling […]