Kayla Kirby

A writer and strategist who's always on the hunt for good aesthetic and a nice bouquet of flowers.
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Are Small Acts of Sustainability Really Making a Difference?

Oftentimes, when starting a new practice like sustainability, it can be difficult to know just how much our small actions can make an impact. Everyday, we have the choice to make decisions that will positively or negatively affect our planet. Most of us already take positive steps toward a green future, but it can still…

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Get Physical

Looking for Major Fitspo? Follow These Female Fitness Influencers Immediately

Feeling good about ourselves is something we all aim to achieve, and since happiness comes from within, working out—on top of eating healthy and practicing positive self-care—can be the best way to do just that. But finding the time and motivation to stay fit, or simply get started, can be challenging most days—and that’s why…

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How to Prioritize Travel Even When Your Life Gets Busy

Sitting seaside eating fish tacos and fried plantains at a local Costa Rican cafe after taking a dip in the ocean, relaxing after a morning of yoga at a resort you saved to your Instagram collection a year ago (that you found through that blogger you just can’t help but stalk, in a totally non-creepy…

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Is Hygge Attainable in a Small Space?

Hygge (pronounced hue-guh) is a Danish concept that was brought to our attention by Meik Wiking in his book, The Little Danish Book of Hygge: Danish Secrets to Happy Living. After all, Denmark is considered to be one of the happiest places in the world, so it’s no surprise that Hygge refers to the Danish…

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Should I Eat a Diet Based on My Blood Type?

For years, I struggled with daily headaches, digestive issues, and not-so-amazing skin. After searching for answers online (hello, horrific WebMD search results), I chalked it up to stress, lack of sleep, and allergies, thinking this was just how things would be forever. I’ve always considered myself a relatively healthy eater, I mean, I practically live…

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