Winter / Fall style | red jeans, black and white graphic blouse, denim jacket | North Carolina Fashion Blogger (1)


  1. Molly – I super LOVE this post! I had no idea you used to do comedy. How fun and I can totally see you doing that! I’d pay for a ticket to your show for sure 😉

    I love dreams and I have a lot of them. I am constantly day dreaming of the next big thing. Sometimes it can get pretty tiring. Like my mind want shut off and let me just BE. But I also think that having these dreams in the back of my mind allow me to push to be successful and make things happen.

  2. Molly-I think I really needed to hear this today. I have big dreams too and I sometimes wonder where God is leading me. No matter what, I want to go in the direction he leads and to share his love with all that cross my path. Thank you for writing such a heart felt post and if it means anything I think you are hilarious. You make me smile through your pictures and words.


  3. This is something that I am working through RIGHT NOW! I’m a BIG dreamer, but when it comes down to what really matters, those dreams don’t matter a bit.

  4. What a great post! I sit around all the time wondering what my dream is really suppose to be and wonder if it’s wrong to feel content with my little life just the way it is with no grandiose plans to make it any bigger. And that outfit….perfect for you!

  5. I just read something about dreams/wishes and I think it was on The article was about how to figure out what you really want in life. Imagine a genie gives you two wishes. What is #1? Most people say be a bajilionaire. When asked why do you want #1, most people say “to be happy” and that is their TRUE wish in life – to be happy. They think the $$ will make them happy but thats not always the case. I thought that was so interesting because we all think of things we want but ultimately, why do we want it? To be happy!

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  6. Well said, Molly! I think you just said everything I have been thinking over the last few years about my life. I’ve been struggling with the rat race of corporate life versus living the life I actually want. This post refreshed my desire to spend some real time figuring this out for myself. Thanks for all the little ways you inspire your readers every day! 🙂

  7. I think so often we are told to have these massive dreams and I think that it is good to aspire to be the best you can be and work hard towards that but sometimes that can lead to disillusionment. I always thought my dream was to travel and live abroad (and also be in musical theatre but I always knew that was along the lines of being a bajillionaire!). But you know I’ve realised now that I’ve been abroad and done all sorts of stuff that actually meeting Dave and being happier and more content in my day to day life that I am living my dream. Yes there are still things I would like to have and do and be but ultimately I think really I can’t possibly be any happier than when we are out walking with no-one else around in magnificent scenery. You know it never even crossed my mind even to dream about this, it was a bit of a surprise to me! Sometimes we fail to be happy because we are always looking for more, or for something (or someone) to make us happy (you don’t strike me as that kind of person), maybe actually we should dream of being wise enough to know that true happiness is found within ourselves… that I suppose is my real dream and why I’ll continue to strive to the best person that I can be.

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