About


I started this blog as a much needed outlet.  A creative space.  A journal for life.  A place for sharing my journey.  A blog where I share life & style.  I started blogging while in the process of applying to medical school.  Flash forward a couple of years later, I'm now a second year medical student (c/o 2018), and this little world of blogging is still one of my happy places.  I hope to inspire others while sharing what inspires me.  Outfit posts, decor, diy, recipes, travel, tips and reviews are just a few of the things you'll find.  Thanks for coming along for the ride :-) 

inspiration
 living + styling
wining + dining
cooking + crafting
thrifting + gifting

Ele
 loved by an awesome God + following Jesus 
born in the North, raised in the North, reppin' the South
 a little bit of NY + a whole lot of PA
style: I live in the Loft, fall into the Gap, and play at J. Crew
my jams: all things grey, stationary, flowers, apple cider donuts, 
scarves, stripes, tea and sweaters

loving life + embracing the twists and the turns 
seeking a life inspired and sharing it along the way



6 comments

  1. Yay Congrats! A fellow class of 2018!

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  2. Hi! I just discovered your blog and I am looking forward to reading more from you! You have a great sense of style and I love how you've incorporated your medical school experience as well! I'm a pre-med student and I too have a lifestyle blog, it's such a great creative outlet :) Good luck on your first year of med school! We look forward to hearing about it! :)

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    1. Hi there! Thank you so much B&G for stopping by and your kind words. I really appreciate It. Not only is blogging fun, but it's become a great way to document life as well. I wish you all the best in your premed journey, and feel free to message me if you have any questions along the way!

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    2. Awesome and thank you!I look forward to reading your blog! :)

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  3. I just read your interview with Anum on a Healers Heart - its really nice reading about other peoples experiences, and i think you did a great job of discussing both the good and hard parts of medicine, thanks for sharing :)

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