June has always been a crazy month for me. With it being summer, my birthday, and the 4th of July right around the corner, I feel like I am always busy traveling. This June particularly was a crazy month! I was out of town three, out of the four weekends in June and we also taught two Bloguettes workshop this month! Here’s a little recap of how my month went down.
Flew home to my hometown, Fallon, Nevada to attend my sister, Sumire’s, high school graduation (go greenwave!). I explored Downtown Fallon (check out the post here) and captured some amazing shots of my hometown. My flight back to Phoenix in the morning of the 9th was a bit of a mess and I ended up having to catch a later flight and landed in Phoenix at 12:30AM to be up by 6:30AM to get Bloguettes Phoenix workshop all set up!
Had an amazing time teaching Bloguettes in Phoenix! The group of girls that attended the workshop were just so much fun and they inspired me in so many different ways. The wonderful Sarah Watts, from Sarah’s Garden, did all of our amazing floral arrangement on all of our tables and this beautiful backdrop that was just so “Bloguettes”. We also started selling these amazing #Bloguettes tees that are so cute, comfy, and sassy! All in all, it was an amazing workshop and I’m really looking forward to our next Phoenix workshop in August!
With only one day to pack for a whole week’s worth, we flew out to Great Exuma Island, Bahamas on Friday. I dedicated 4 whole posts (1 | 2 | 3 | 4) so I won’t go into all the details, but basically it was absolutely breathtaking! They had the clearest blue water I have ever seen in my life and the trip was just so incredibly relaxing. It was exactly what I needed with everything that I have going on right now!
We got back Monday night from the Bahamas and early Thursday morning, we left for Mexico City to teach our Bloguettes workshop. Since my birthday happened to be that weekend, my boyfriend, Collin, was sweet enough to join us in Mexico City so he can celebrate my birthday with me! I had an amazing time in Mexico City and Collin and I fell in love with the city. I really wish I could have explored a little bit more, but hopefully next time I get the chance to explore a little more! Make sure to check out the post on Mexico City!