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- My favorite store is Belk: Lots of brands, always good sales & a huge selection AKA a fashion lovers’ dream
& Just like that, I have a fashion blog.
Welcome to Lots of Sass, a fashion & lifestyle blog created by me, Azanique Rawl. If you know me at all, you know that I’m #Obsessed with clothes & am pretty much a self-diagnosed shopaholic (Seriously, shopping every weekend) I am so excited start on this journey and meet all you wonderful people. So here’s some tips to start:
Check back tomorrow for my first post: Thanksgiving Outfit Essentials Under $50! In the meantime, check out my recent #LooksImLoving. Happy Monday & have a great week :
P.S. – You’ll want to join me on Facebook for my #QOTW inspo every Monday. Missed today? No worries, here’s you #QOTW:What are you willing to give up to have the life you keep pretending you want? -- E. Gilbert Click To Tweet
If you’re anything like me, you’re constantly having major life breakthroughs, find yourself second guessing your career choice and stumbling upon a new passion everyday. Unlike others, I don’t see a problem with that at all. It’s actually something I’ve come to love about myself. At 22, I have no reason to apologize for changing my mind, finding new passions, gaining new skills and starting new hobbies. However, when it’s messy and crazy, it is easy to feel alone in this process. To help with that, here are my top 5 suggestions for books to get through your quarter-life crisis. We’ve all been there, and many young women will get there soon.
Who: For the girl struggling with insecurities and balance
Description: Wild and Free by Jess Connolly and Hayley Morgan is a liberty hymn for the modern Christian woman, who is held captive by the belief that she is too much, that she is not enough, and sometimes both.
I recently did a post on this topic of being”Too Much”. Check it out: When I learned it was okay to be “too much”