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Firstly, excuse the bitch face in every single one of these photos. I may not have been in the best mood when taking these pictures, and yet, I still did it. I almost waited a day, but then realized that if I waited a day, that day would most likely turn into a week, based off of my blogging track record as of late. I’m human. This means I am lazy and I procrastinate, even on doing something I love, and I have bad days.

I feel like maybe I’ve been having more bad days lately that good. Is post wedding depression a real thing? And not a real thing as in “It was the best day of my life, I want to relive it over and over again, I miss it so much!” (even though, YES), but as in, I have no idea what I am supposed to do now. I spent months immersed in this one very important, meaningful day and now it’s over. I don’t have a particularly stimulating day job, so it doesn’t keep me as distracted as I would like. I feel like I need another something to focus on, but I don’t feel the motivation I need to figure it out.

Has anyone experienced this feeling after the end of a life altering event or change?




 // Top + Jeans: Thrifted via Crossroads Trading Co // Boots (pictured below): Thrifted via Buffalo Exchange // Hat: Free People //

I also may wear this outfit at least one a week, with or without the hat. It’s the easiest thing to throw on and look like I still paid attention when I got dressed. Honestly, this was the first time I put on makeup in about two weeks, maybe the third time I’ve been dressed in something other than pajamas or work out clothes. I work at home and now that I am full time, instead of part time, there is really no need for me to get dressed. I am definitely an instant pajama girl once I get home from anywhere, so you can imagine what working from home does! After work, I head to the gym, so pajamas and gym clothes have became my norm!

I need a kick in the butt for this rut I am in!




I am one of those crazy Christmas lovers, so I have no doubt that the holiday season will perk me right back up into my normal self! I have been perusing Pinterest for gift and DIY ideas for months now, and I am ready to begin to put them into action!

Not to worry, this will be my one and only depressing post. You have to choose to be happy and I am choosing to be happy to find something meaningful to focus on. Life isn’t all rainbows and butterflies as we would like it to be, and really, do you need another blog claiming that it is?

p.s. I am hoping I will be able to share wedding photos very soon! We have them all but we have SO many that we haven’t even had time to look at them all just yet!


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  1. Love your entire outfit!! I’m sure something super exciting will come along soon 🙂 Also, I wish my bitchface looked that good! hahah 🙂


    • Haha thank you Camilla! I don’t know if it’s good to have a good looking bitch face, but I will take it! 😉


      • Hahaha i promise i meant it as a compliment 🙂

  2. Naomi A said:

    I think post wedding blues really is a thing! I had it too but thankfully I got married in October so I had two holidays to look forward to. That helped. Hope you cheer up soon!

    Xoxo, The Occasional Indulgence

  3. cheyenne said:

    sorry to hear you’re not feeling it right now! but everyone gets into a little rut now and then 🙂 and precisely, nothing that a little christmas season can’t cure 😀
    xo, cheyenne

  4. Keit said:

    This is actually a pretty common thing. To feel burned out and somewhat weird after a big life changing event, it’s human. 🙂 You can try to relax and just wait for it to go away, because it will. It’s just a phase, and if you don’t feel like doing anything, don’t have the motivation etc, don’t force yourself, try to relax and get some quality ME time. On the other side you can try and force your lazy ass to do something productive, maybe in the process you’ll start feeling motivated and more energized. See what works for you, I usually wait for this feeling to just pass. 😀

  5. Jen said:

    Loving the double denim, girl! Here’s to cheer and inspiration ahead 🙂

  6. Post-wedding blues are definitely a real thing! I work with a lot of brides in my job, and after spending so much time and energy planning the big day it’s totally understandable to be in a “what now” funk after it’s all done. Don’t be too hard on yourself. I think it helps to find another project or creative outlet to delve into. Hang in there. 🙂

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