40 Christmas Songs to Get You in the Holiday Spirit

With the holidays just around the corner, it’s time to kick it into high gear. Get out that baking supplies, pull out the wrapping paper, and go full on holiday season while listening to the Her Track selection of holiday songs. We’ve pulled together 40 of our favorite Christmas songs for you to enjoy while … Continue Reading

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10 Ugly Christmas Sweater Ideas to Try at This Year’s Holiday Party

‘Tis the season of Ugly Christmas Sweater parties, and if you’re like me you’re looking for some inspiration. Raiding through thrifts stores just isn’t cutting it, and you’re trying to find the perfect combination of creative and dorky. We’ve got you covered. From DIY to Amazon to Etsy, the below list gives you plenty of … Continue Reading

10 Ways To Use Essential Oils in Your Everyday Life

Recently people have started to explore many complementary therapies while seeking to improve their health and wellness, and essential oils are just one modality. I started using essential oils over 4 years ago as I was looking to better support my teenage daughter. Unfortunately, she is allergic to almost every indoor and outdoor allergen (pollen, … Continue Reading

40 Gossip Girl Quotes to Live By From Gossip Girl Herself

If you’ve ever met me, you’re sure to know how much I love the show Gossip Girl. Maybe it’s the fact I desperately yearn to be a trust fund baby gallivanting around the upper east side, or that Ed Westwick and Chase Crawford are just too easy on the eyes. I mean… Anyway…I’ve seen the … Continue Reading

12 Cute and Comfy Fall Outfit Ideas You’ll Absolutely Love

Fall is in the air, along with over-sized sweaters, various sizes of boots and way too many flannels.  Fall outfit ideas are fun, comfortable and filled with the creative spark that can only come from a multitude of layers and cups of spiced coffee. I have spent the last few hours immersed in Polyvore building … Continue Reading

Why Adoptive Parents ARE Real Parents

This article is a part of the #ShareWhatMatters campaign, a movement dedicated to sharing positivity, gratitude, activism and the stories that really matter.  “They may be mom and dad but they are NOT her parents.” Al Trautwig, a commentator for NBC said, and in doing so degraded Olympic gold medalist, Simone Biles’ parents. When I … Continue Reading

How “Degrassi” Was The Most Progressive Show Of All Time

“Degrassi: The Next Generation” is one of the greatest exports from Canada, other than maple syrup lollipops and Justin Trudeau. But, in all honesty, “Degrassi” was one of the most progressive shows out there, complete with heroin addiction, sexting, abuse and Holly J getting a new kidney. Some might say that this show was over … Continue Reading

A Letter to the Family of Christina Grimmie

To the Family of Christina Grimmie, I woke up this morning, June 11, 2016, to find out that someone I looked up to for the past five years had passed away. It almost doesn’t seem real. Tragedy strikes the heart and mind in a paralyzing way. To many of us, Christina was more than just … Continue Reading