Desire to Create: Interview With Female Entrepreneur Caitlin Childs

In this interview with female entrepreneur Caitlin Childs, she shares the details on the new fall line for All That It Seams.

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Interview With Female Entrepreneur Caitlin Childs

From the time she was young, Caitlin Childs had “an insatiable desire to create”. Driven by that desire and sheer talent, Caitlin founded All That It Seams, a functional and fashionable women’s accessories line. From purses and clutches to leg warmers and even swim cover-ups, Caitlin creates for the woman who wants to stand out. Also motivated by a deep love for animals and a need to give back, All That It Seams donates 10 percent of the profits from each product sold to animal shelters.

Recently, I had the opportunity to chat with Caitlin about her mission and new products. Her interview is heartfelt and inspiring and I love what she has to offer. From young professionals to new moms to just the girl on-the-go, All That It Seams, has something for everyone and I hope you leave as inspired as I was! You can follow All That It Seams on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest, or visit the website to snag some products of your own.

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How to Establish a Morning Routine for a Successful Day

When you establish a morning routine, you set the tone for the rest of the day. Either you run the day, or the day runs you. Don’t let it be the latter!

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How to Establish a Morning Routine for a Successful Day

Today is my first day on duty for the 2017-2018 school year and I’m shocked at how quickly the summer flew by! I feel as if I blinked on June 2 and suddenly it was August. Despite how fast the pages leapt off the calendar, back-to-school season is here and it’s time to get back into a routine and headstrong mindset.

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Teacher Off Duty: Staying Active in the Summer

Staying active in the summer doesn’t have to be difficult! Use your circumstances to your advantage and keep moving during the warmer months.

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Teacher Off Duty: Staying Active in the Summer

This post was originally going to be a rundown of my workout schedule and the changes I make during the summer. But… Since it’s essentially just a rewording of my Last Week’s Workouts posts, I figured that was redundant. 😉 If you are interested in seeing exactly what my workouts look like from week to week, you can click here!

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July Goals + a June Recap

Check out my goals for the month of July and see how I did on my goals for June!

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It’s hard to believe that we’re already facing the first Monday of July and Independence Day is tomorrow! This year is flying by–as I’ve mentioned each month when I sit down to write my goals. Even with the days flying by, I feel like I’m ticking a lot of things off my goals list this year. Let’s see how I did in June!
June Goals

ONE // Catch up on housecleaning

Grade: A

Finally being out of school gave me enough time to get my house clean!

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June Goals & May Recap

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June! I can’t believe it’s June! I’m still clearing out shows on my DVR from late April, so the fact that it really is June just blows my mind. With a new month comes new goals and a reflection of the goals set for the previous month. Let’s get to it!

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May Goals

ONE // Run 2x/week and begin to increase my mileage again

Grade: B+

The only week of the month I didn’t run twice was last week. I’m not really sure how I managed that, but I’m darn proud!

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