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Sand Dunes


Back when we were in Ventura, we camped in our airstream at the very edge of Carpentieria beach. Though it was pricey, it was worth it to literally step out our door and into the sand. To be able to climb over a sand dune and stare into the glistening ocean. It was one of those places I felt I could forget the world for a while and just breathe. I think the wide openness of it was also a familiar comfort, after living for a summer in Arizona before coming to the crowded coast.

Sometimes you just need to get away from people, from work, from life. I’m learning how to juggle this new business I’ve created with my own hands. The blog grows exponentially every month, and I’m just barely holding on with two hands while being taken on this wild ride. But it’s where a place is too beautiful to be ignored for work, that moments of calm can settle in. Everything busy takes a back seat and I can just simply be a human being again.

Sometimes I find it really hard to just exist. Even to the point where I can’t enjoy our travels because everything is work related.

I’m learning to LET GO. The world can wait, it’s not relying on me to turn. Even if I feel like everything will collapse if I don’t answer those emails right away, or if I don’t post enough Instagrams each day. I’m in a constant battle with myself, as an artist who wants to experience it all, and a business woman running her own show. It comes down to what we think are priorities, and what are actual priorities.

I’m won’t pretend I know how to coach anyone on this subject, because like I’ve said, I’m learning myself! But it’s the trying that I can be proud of. I’ll go roll in that sand if it reminds me that I’m simply a human being again. A part of this earth and with a life of experiences to have.

What do you do to take the stress off, or where do you go to escape? Share your tips!


Crochet Throw: Anna Kosturova
Hat: Pretty Eclectic
Bag: Andi Bagus
Shoes: Freebird Boots
Necklace: Scylla Design
Rings: Barse Jewelry













4 thoughts on “Sand Dunes”

  1. Beautiful Sarah!

    I too am in a love/hate relationship with the internet…it’s amazing because you can work from anywhere and have location independence (which I highly value) but also awful because you are always “on”. It becomes more and more hard to exist in the actual moment. But what I’ve been finding is it only stops when you want it to. You have to block out periods of time to not be online and connected. That’s what I’ve found at least. But I am learning as well. #thestruggleisreal

    Lots of love,

  2. This might seem a little cliche, but maybe a post about you and Joshua’s relationship? Where did you meet? How long have you been together? How do you manage sharing such a small place, how do you make it work?