A Week of Outfits 2

As the blogger and photographer behind Living Outside the Stacks, I independently select and write about stuff I love and things I think you’ll enjoy too. Living Outside the Stacks has affiliate and advertising partnerships so I get revenue from sharing this content and from your purchase. Thank you for […]

Where Bloggers Live: My Blogging Inspiration

Funny story: my blogging buddies had a whole email chain about how we’re last minute bloggers but we were going to make deadline because *dang it* that’s what we do annnnnnd I didn’t. Not because I’m a slacker but because I’m a slacker. Haha I sat down at this computer […]

Style Imitating Art: Tree of Life by Keith Haring

As the blogger and photographer behind Living Outside the Stacks, I independently select and write about stuff I love and things I think you’ll enjoy too. Living Outside the Stacks has affiliate and advertising partnerships so I get revenue from sharing this content and from your purchase. Thank you for […]

A Week of Outfits

As the blogger and photographer behind Living Outside the Stacks, I independently select and write about stuff I love and things I think you’ll enjoy too. Living Outside the Stacks has affiliate and advertising partnerships so I get revenue from sharing this content and from your purchase. Thank you for […]

Where Bloggers Live: Childhood Memories

This is one of the few pictures of my sisters and me that exist of our time in Italy. I used to wear the heck out of those suspenders, I even had a matching baseball cap that I wore when I was feeling particularly snazzy. And that watch? It had […]

Visit to The Whitney Plantation {Part 2}

These are the names of the enslaved people who lived and worked at the Whitney Plantation. Seeing their names and reading their birth dates humanized them. It’s one thing to have this idea but to see tangible proof of their existence is a whole new thing. ABOUT THE WHITNEY PLANTATION […]

The Whitney Plantation {living outside the stacks}

The Whitney Plantation {Part 1}

I’m not sure how or when I heard about the Whitney Plantation, but I do remember making a mental note that I wanted to visit. I vaguely remember reading {or hearing} about damage that had been done to the plantation as a result of Hurricane Ida, so I figured we’d […]

Where Bloggers Live: Travel

Hey, how are ya? Things are going well I’m my side. I haven’t been up to much… I added some new plant babies to the family {you can see them here, here, and here}. I keep trying, y’all. I’m not good with plants but I love them so much. They […]

Daenel T {living outside the stacks} Kantha Bae Crop Top and Denim Jeans

Style Imitating Art: The Hallucinogenic Toreador by Salvadore Dali

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10 on the 10th | June

I know it’s hard to believe, but I truly hate being late. You know, given that I’m always late with these posts. But life always seems to get in the way of my fun stuff. I really need to find a better balance. Do you have any tips? ABOUT 10 […]

Magnolia Flower {living outside the stacks}

Where Bloggers Live: Top 5 Movies

The Hubs and I had guests this weekend. Friends of ours from Pennsylvania drove down to pick up our RV and take it back to Pennsylvania with them. They’re planning to use it as a guest house on their land. I mean, they also plan to go RVing, but they […]

10 on the 10th | May

Hey, y’all, hey. If you’re new here, thank you for stopping by. I truly appreciate the visit. If you’ve been here for a minute, thank you for coming back. ABOUT 10 ON THE 10TH 10 on the 10th is hosted by Marsha at Marsha in the Middle. In the tradition […]

Some of the Best Advice I’ve Received: DO THE THING

Trigger warning: a brief mention of emotional and sexual abuse. Growing up, I was an avid reader. My life was a grab bag of emotional and sexual abuse. Books were my escape. The characters were my friends. My family. Even to this day, there are some characters who are still […]