How to Manifest Positive Thoughts

Hello Happy Souls,

If you’re like me, you too believe in the Law of Attraction. This is a theory that explains how the energy we emit into the universe is then given back to us in other forms. We are able to create our reality through our thoughts and actions. We create this reality through something called manifestation.

I’m not an expert on this, but I can explain manifestation as a subconscious thought that can alter our energies. For example, have you ever woken up late and rushed off to work or school, and then you notice your day gets progressively worse? You spill your morning coffee, you miss the bus or you forget something at home. This is because once your day started off on a negative note, your mind allowed it to continue, subconsciously. This is how I see manifestation. It’s not a super power, you can’t just use it to change every situation. It’s something you must learn.

Anyway, as I said, I’m not an expert on the subject. I’m just sharing what I know about the theory, and what I do know is positive thoughts and actions can be manifested. It’s all about how you build the space around you.

I’m learning how this law works because of my own life experiences. As you have probably picked up on, my life the past few months has been messy. In some sense, I could not control this but in others, I could. I allowed myself to snowball into negativity, through my words and thoughts. It’s one thing to say “I’ll be happy today” or “I’ll be positive”. But, if you are constantly dwelling on the negative energies and complaining about your situation, then you are only producing more negativity. That’s why I am learning that being positive is more than telling myself to be positive, it goes deeper, into my subconscious.

That’s why I am sharing a few tips for manifesting positive thoughts. If you have experienced any of the situations described above, these should help change your mindset.

Create a vision board:

I just recreated my own vision board this past weekend. A vision board is something you create to visualize your goals and dreams. For mine, I use positive quotes, pictures and other little sentiments. A vision board allows you to see your goals and manifest them. I put my board right in front of my desk. This allows me to see it everyday and see the goals I am working toward. I like using this technique because you can always rearrange and edit your board as needed. Nothing is stuck, just like in life.

Surround yourself with positive beings:

This is something I’m sure you see everywhere and every blogger says it. “Your vibe attracts your tribe”. Yeah, yeah, yeah…we get it. Well, more deeply, this means the people around you should be authentic. These are the people who make an effort to be in your life, and the ones who understand when you are busy. They are supportive of your goals and values, even if they maybe aren’t their own. These people do not discuss other people negatively, they discuss ideas and dreams. These are the kind of people you want in your life. They will bring you more happiness and more positive vibes.

Don’t speak harshly of yourself (or others):

I mentioned how when I fall into a negative state I can sometimes complain and bitch about my situation. I mean this is not abnormal to do, but it is often why these negative thoughts continue to live with us. When you apologize for who you are or you speak badly about yourself, you are creating more negativity around you. This also applies to how you speak about other people. Being judgmental does not create good vibes. You don’t have the right to tell others how to live, nor do they have the right to tell you that. Be kind to yourself and be kind to others.

Complain less:

This one is a big one, it’s also the hardest one to control. We live in a world of problems and complaints, especially given today’s political situation. Have you ever tried to go a whole day without complaining? This applies to even not saying the weather sucks or I hate school. These are all complaints. Another part is complaining about being stressed, sick or worried. This can sometimes create more of that negative energy. Don’t bring attention to your worries or stress, just like in meditation, notice the thoughts and let them pass by.

The best way to approach this is by trying to see the good in all things. So, if you feel like complaining, think of a bright side to that situation. It may feel cheesy at first, but that’s why this one is important, it’s the most powerful. When you begin to change the way you speak, which relates to the one above, you will realize the world around you change. This one allows good people to come into your life, it inspires more dreams and goals for your vision board and it makes you all around happier.

As mentioned in the beginning of the post, we create our realities through our thoughts and actions. How we choose to speak, how we choose to think and how we choose to live; all of these things create our reality. They create the energies around us.

I hope all this energy stuff makes sense, it’s a newer concept to me and through the practice of yoga + meditation, I’m learning more about controlling it. Understanding these things has helped me learn more about myself and become more self-aware. That’s why I am sharing. I want you to learn how to remove negatives from your life and create your best life ever.

What energy will you create today?

Thank you for reading PYM today. I sent out the December Newsletter, so check those inboxes or subscribe now. I hope your week is filled with positive energy 🙂

xo, Lyss

Top 3 Lessons I Learned This Year

Hello Cuties,

I cannot believe there is only three days left in 2016, nor can I believe it is almost 2017. 2016 has been a year of many changes for the world. After many life changing events, I think the world is ready for 2016 to be over. 2016 has been a year of many changes for me as well. This past year, I did some traveling and discovered so many new things about myself. As another year comes to a close, I thought it would be fitting to compile some of my favorite lessons I learned in 2016. Everyday life challenges us to a new task, and whether we can accomplish it or not, we can always take a lesson from the challenge.

This year I learned so much, but, I am only going to share my top three lessons with you. These are the ones that have impacted me the most. Learning these lessons has changed my perspective on life and they have made me happier. My 2016, like everyone else’s, seemed to be a little crazy. It was a roller coaster of highs and lows, but here is what I learned.

3 lessons I learned in 2016:

It’s okay to end relationships that no longer impact you in a positive way: The word relationships can be used beyond love interest or significant others. Relationships can include friendships or a long-time commitments to a sport or activity. At the very end of 2015, and throughout 2016, I had to edit my life continuously. I realized there were so many things that no longer suited my life. You have to be able to step back and look at your life; you have to look at the things that are positively impacting you, keep those and anything else can be removed. Your life is precious, don’t waste time on people or things that do not make you happy or impact you positively.

Live outside of your comfort zone: This past summer, I lived abroad for 6 weeks and I was constantly forced to live outside of my comfort zone. Although it was scary from time to time, I never felt more alive than I did in those moments. Living outside of your comfort zone can be uncomfortable, and this is why many people avoid it. But, when you push your limits and experience things beyond your normal routine, it truly makes you feel alive. Say yes to new adventures! When I was in France for that 6 weeks, I tried to say yes to almost everything that was presented to me, and this action made the trip amazing. I learned to live life outside of my comfort zone and push my limits on a daily basis.

Love yourself: Most important lesson learned is to love yourself. Love yourself fiercely! You are the only you, you have. You have to embrace what you are, and once you realize other peoples thoughts don’t matter, you will be free. Loving yourself often gets confused with conceited, but loving yourself is confidence.  Being conceited means you only care about yourself, and being confident means you embrace who you are and you won’t change for others. Be confident! You have to learn two lessons within this one lesson; one of them being the fact that people will judge you no matter what, even if you change for one person, someone else will still judge you. You’re better off just being you, it’s way less stress. The other lesson is, once you learn to respect and love yourself, everyone else will follow. If not, refer to lesson number 1.

Everyday we learn a new lesson, whether it is big or small, we can take something from everyday. Looking back on this year, I see it as a year of growth for me. Think about what 2016 means to you, what did you learn? Whatever that may be, take those lessons and use them to create your goals for 2017. In 2017, I plan to continue pushing the walls of my comfort zone and loving myself. How are you going to use your personal lessons to grow in 2017?

No one in this world really knows what they’re doing, we all just pretend we have it all figured out. Although we may be walking around aimlessly, lessons are what guide us toward the life we want. So, whether you know what you’re doing or not, lessons like these are your guide to becoming who you want to be. From day one we are all the same, but as we age, lessons and life experiences are what set us apart. They make us unique. No one will learn the lessons you learned the same way you did. This makes every human interesting and unique.

Thank you for reading PYM today! Next time I post it will be 2017, therefore, I wish all my readers a happy and cheerful New Years. I hope your resolutions are in line and your party dress has more sequins than a pageant girl. if you want more than 3 lessons from me, you can check out my 20 lessons learned post here. Feel free to share this post on social media. Thank you again for reading!

Cheers to 2017!

xo, Lyss

3 Ways to Crush Your New Years Resolutions

Hello Pretty People,

The New Year is upon us, and I cannot believe that it is already almost 2017. This post’s title may have been unappealing at first and maybe you rolled your eyes at the word “resolutions.” But, fear not! I am not really a fan of the whole “New Years Resolutions” either. Let’s use the word goals instead. I am constantly setting goals for myself because life is always changing and you must adjust accordingly.

The New Year is a perfect time to set new goals for yourself because the end of a year usually comes with a lot of changes. Since I am currently a student, the end of the year is the end of a semester and the new year means new endeavors. This also means new goals! You may also just be getting into a rut at this point of the year and maybe setting fresh goals will motivate you to get back to slaying. Whatever your situation may be, it is never a bad idea to set some goals and work on yourself.

The idea of resolutions has been poisoned because people set unattainable goals for themselves, they are more likely to fail. This is discouraging. Your goals must be in reach and they must be something that makes you want to jump out of bed in the morning and work hard. If you absolutely hate the gym, why are you setting a goal to go to the gym 3 times a week? These types of goals are setting you up for failure. They must spark the fire inside you.

Here is how you can set attainable goals for the New Year & crush them:

  1. They must motivate you: The goals you set must set your soul on fire, which I mentioned above. These goals should make you jump out of bed in the morning with a driven attitude to accomplish them. I am highly motivated by my goals, and this is what keeps me going. If you are unmotivated by your goals, then you will not be inclined to reach them. It will feel more like a chore than an accomplishment. Tip: Your goals should align with your passions, you should make small goals that are going to put you a step closer to your grand plan. If you follow your passions, you will be able to accomplish your goals more easily.
  2. Visualization: The next important key to accomplishing the goals you set is to overload your environment with these goals. My personal favorite way to display my goals is to create a vision board, this really helps keep me focused on what I am trying to accomplish. I also like to keep little post-it notes in my agenda and in my work space; all these things really help me continuously visualize my goals and where I want to be. Tip: Create a vision board, or something similar, to focus your goals and keep yourself on track.
  3. Make relevant & reachable goals: This might seem like an obvious one, but just like the gym example, people tend to set unobtainable goals. You want to evaluate where you are at in life and set goals that are relevant to where you are. You can’t set a goal to save $1,000 if you don’t have any money flowing in, so maybe set a goal to get a job or find a way to make money, then set the goal to save. You must start small and work your way toward these goals. Goals are a process, not an all of a sudden action. They take time. Tip: Write down where you want to be in 5 years then write down how you can work toward this five year plan this year. Think big, but start small. The ultimate goal will motivate you but it might take a bunch of small goals to get there.

Setting goals can be lots of fun, in my opinion. They are like little life challenges that you set for yourself and then you get to watch yourself accomplish them. My goals motivate me everyday. I have a big, crazy dream that many people give me a crooked grin when I talk about them. These goals are what keep me going, whether I accomplish every single one isn’t the point of setting them, necessarily. It’s the point that they motivate me to live life to the fullest and work toward something important to me. If I accomplish them, that’s great and fulfilling. If I don’t, then I at least tried to do something that I was passionate about.

This year set goals that inspire you and motivate you to be the best version of yourself. Set goals that make you proud of yourself. Set goals & then crush them. There is nothing wrong with having New Years resolutions, but there is something wrong with setting unattainable goals that you cannot accomplish at this point of your life.

To help you set goals and stick to them, I created a free downloadable worksheet that will help you focus your goals and write them out.

Free Goal Tracker, click here>>>NewYearNewGoals

Thank you all for reading today! Be sure to print out the attached worksheet and set your goals for before the New Year. Don’t be afraid to make some resolutions, just use these tips to stick to them. I love setting goals for myself, and you should too! Don’t be discouraged by others failed resolutions, just set your own goals and work hard at them everyday. You will see results. I am planning new things for PYM all the time and you don’t want to miss out, so subscribe now. I look forward to sharing many more posts with all of you and if you have any requests, please let me know in the comments.

Cheers to a New Year, darling.

xo, Lyss

How to Rebound After a Rough Week

Hello Babes,

Every once in a while we tend to fall into a slump; even the best of the best have bad days. Then, there are the weeks that feel never ending. It’s just one thing after another. Let’s just say that has been the past few days for me. I’m here at university, so classes are dwindling down but the stress is rising. Along with countless other things that have been thrown at me the past week, I am totally ready for it to be all over. We’ve all had these kind of weeks, right!?

Well, today I got the cure to rebounding from a crap week. This post is for all the girls out there that have had things being thrown at them non-stop and you still choose to wake up every day and kick ass. I got the tips and tricks for you to keep hustling and not letting the haters hold you back.


Here are my 5 ways to rebound from a crap week:

  1. Take care of yourself: Sleep in. Treat yourself to your favorite meal. Enjoy a cup of coffee from your favorite coffee shop. Take a bath. Read a book or magazine. Take a walk, or a run. Drink a glass of wine, or five. Listen to your favorite playlist. Do whatever will awaken and refresh your soul. Taking care of yourself is the very first step to bouncing back from a rough week.
  2. Learn from your mistakes: Take whatever you experienced in the last week and turn it into something good. Every failure makes for a great lesson to be learned, perspective is everything. You must adjust your mindset to see the good in all situations, even after the most stressful and horrible week. We all have bumps in the road; the road to success is not always perfectly paved, it is in fact rather bumpy. Life throws us a lot of curve balls, and it’s not about what’s being thrown at you but it’s how you react to it. Don’t let the little things weigh too heavily on your mind, brush them off, learn from them and move on.
  3. Refocus your goals: After a crazy week, your goals can be a little disorganized. Even if they aren’t, this is a perfect way to get your mind refocused on what’s important. You may be feeling uninspired and unmotivated, and reevaluating your current goals will remind you of what you are working toward. Ask yourself if you are on track to accomplish these things you want, and if the answer is no, adjust accordingly.
  4. Get Motivated: Relating to the one above, use the past week as a motivator to do better the next week. Use the crap from the past week to motivate you toward your goals. I have been recently motivated to hustle a little harder and prove some people wrong. Don’t let other people’s thoughts influence how you think about yourself, but there is nothing wrong with a little motivation from some haters. Take no shit and continue slaying your goals.
  5. Remain Positive: Easier said than done, but this is the only way to truly combat the crappy week from continuing. Start each day with positive affirmations and write some of your favorite quotes in your agenda. This always helps me keep a positive mind. If you blame the universe, and just call yourself unlucky, the bad luck will continue. You have to see the positives! Staying positive relates to the part where you accept the mistakes and move forward. Understand that you cannot change them, and bad things are going to happen in life, but you have to just look yourself in the mirror and just say “things will get better”. You have to believe in that statement though. No situation is forever, remember that.

One bad week does not define you. Use these tips to get back on track. Every day is a new day to start new, use that opportunity to turn your luck around. Trust me, I know the struggle of trying to bounce back from a week of hell. The key is your mindset.

When you are out there hustling, people are going to get in the way and try to knock you down. The best way to fight that is by not fighting at all. Smile at the haters and thank them for the motivation to do better. If it’s your to do list that kicked your butt, take a step back and realize the things you are capable of handling. These bad weeks are the worst, but they show us our true strength. You can handle anything you put your mind to, hence the quote shared above. Turn on your tunes, grab a coffee and handle that shit.

When in doubt, remember the lyrics from Fighter by Christina Aguilera: “‘Cause it makes me that much stronger, makes me work a little bit harder. It makes me that much wiser. So thanks for making me a fighter. Made me learn a little bit faster, made my skin a little bit thicker, makes me that much smarter.” You’re a fighter!

So, whether it feels like the world is out to get you or it feels like nothing is going right, remember the outcome is up to you. It’s okay to have a rough week, learn from it and keep pushing forward. We must experience bad things to appreciate the good things.

Thank you for reading Pretty, Young & Motivated today. I really enjoyed writing this post, and I hope you are able to pull something from it. Be sure to follow PYM on Instagram to catch more updates: @pym_blog. Also, subscribe via email to catch new post updates faster. There is lots to come in the next few weeks, stay tuned. Happy Thursday.

You got this, girl.

xo, Lyss

#Girlboss: Elyse Welcher

Hello Beautiful Souls,

I am so happy to be bringing the #Girlboss series back because it not only embeds the exact message I want to portray on my blog but it’s also so fun to meet all these wonderful women. It’s been way too long since I have been able to write one of these but I am thrilled to restart this series. Since it has been awhile, I will give a little run down on the purpose behind the #Girlboss series. I originally started this series on my old blog. The main idea behind #Girlboss roots from the actual book called #Girlboss written by Sophia Amoruse. My goal is to interview women who have made an impact on the world, this could be locally or nationally. Sophia Amoruse built her own empire through opening an Ebay shop, and her company “Nasty Gal” is thriving today. I want to highlight women like Sophia. I want to share their successes, but also look back on their pasts to show my readers that anyone from any background can become a #Girlboss. I want these women to inspire my readers, therefore, I search for these women in all types of fields. I personally created this series to put women that deserve recognition in the spotlight. I strive to empower other women on a daily basis, and if I can bring that theme to my blog, I am accomplishing my goal.

So, today, I present you with the very first #Girlboss on Pretty, Young & Motivated: Elyse Welcher. I can ramble on about how amazing Elyse is, but I’ll let her tell you.



What’s your story?

I am a maker, designer, and dreamer that likes to challenge myself and make things happen. I own two businesses; one, Littlewings Designs, is a lifestyle brand of handcrafted accessories for the self-empowered and creative minded featuring handbags, personal leather-goods, and leather jewelry. I also co-own a store and studio called Parliament, which is a collective of independent businesses that I run and own with my husband Jake, also a leather-worker, and our best friend and business partner Megan, a weaver and fiber artist. Parliament features the work from our handcrafted brands (Littlewings Designs, Harbinger Leather Design, and Adventure Textiles) as well as the work of 8 other West Michigan based makers with similar values and aesthetic.

I grew up Grand Rapids, MI, the older of two children. I was always a creative kid, and my parents always encouraged me to try anything I really wanted to take my hands to making. I learned to sew and got my first sewing machine for Christmas when I was 7 years old; from there, I never really stopped sewing. I was really into stories, and story-making, writing, plays, adventure games, and was constantly making props, costumes, clothes, for my (or my extensive American Girl Doll collection) stories and hijinks. As I got older, I applied the same skills to making clothes for myself, costumes for theater productions at my high-school, and formal gowns for myself and my friends. I also was really into band and played the flute, as well as wrote a book. I always had liked single-focus challenges, like the practice of learning to play an instrument, that art of mastering making clothing; I blame it on being a perfectionist. I was also really hard on myself when it came to grades and pushed myself academically; my parents encouraged me, but I was definitely toughest on myself.

I wanted to go into fashion after high-school, and after a year of completing my Gen Ed locally in Michigan, I went to the Savannah College of Art and Design to pursue my fashion degree. It was there that I really grew into the designer and business owner I would later become. At first, it was incredibly tough. I was a good student and pushed myself in high school, but I was among some world-class professors and creatives, and it really pushed me to grow. The fashion department was particularly competitive, which made me just keep pushing to work with new techniques and materials. I also got a first-time look into the reality of what a “fashion design” career meant, and was horrified by both the waste of the fast fashion industry (where most fashion grads end up working) and that you never actually make anything! I couldn’t wrap my head around being in a cubicle sketching on a computer for the rest of my life. It was during this first year at SCAD and coming to these big realizations, that they revamped their fashion department and added an Accessory Design BFA. I took the intro class thinking I would make it my minor; it was so hands-on, all based on making, working with materials, and then translating into sketches and documents for production. I found my niche; it was so process oriented, and I fell in love with making bags and shoes. I found a unique voice in my work as I immersed myself, and Littlewings Designs was launched as my senior capstone collection. I was also so lucky to have very supportive mentors and professors who encouraged me to forge my own way rather than heading to NYC like everyone else. 2010 was the unluckiest year to graduate with a creative degree; two years after the big crash and into the Recession, every creative company was on a hiring freeze or laying people off, and my class was competing against two classes ahead of us vying for those intro level jobs. Between that and the climbing success of Etsy and online sales, I said, screw it. What do I have to lose?

I moved back to Grand Rapids a year after graduating (I spent a year in Philadelphia as a free-lance stylist for Anthropologie), and in 2013 I launched Parliament the Boutique as a studio and storefront for my Littlewings Designs. That’s also when I met my husband, Jake, and it was pretty clear it was meant to be. We’re born two days apart in the same hospital, both leather-workers, both entrepreneurs. He and my best friend Megan were both so instrumental in launching Parliament, and as their creative practices grew alongside mine, we knew we needed more space and a bigger studio. That’s when Parliament became the collective it is today, run and owned by all three of us, and representing work from other local makers.

What inspires you?

So much! But conversations, traveling adventures (large and small), and the materials themselves that I use to make my work. Fellow makers and the process of making, of creation. Also, the Law of Attraction. The idea that unlike how society tries to mold us into believing that we are powerless, we are actually very in control and have so much influence over our own lives. I don’t subscribe to the idea that you have to “give it all up,” and be left at the whim of the world. Rather, we do luckily get to have so much say over our own lives and destinies, that those few instances where we don’t are rare invitations from the universe to learn and grow. We can change, alter, and influence our daily realities in accordance with our own will. So once you know what you want- what you’re truly engaged in “willing into being,” through your daily actions and energies- you can make it happen. I’m a big fan of the Law of Attraction, and that idea of constantly co-creating the life of your dreams along with the flow of the Universe recharges my inspiration battery daily.

Favorite quote?

A couple different ones:

1) This is from the Holstee Manifesto (and video, which is truly amazing:

“Life is about the People you meet, and the things you create with them. So go out and start creating- life is short! Live your dream and share your passion.” – The Holstee Manifesto

2) “Don’t think, just do.” -Isabella Rossellini, SCAD Commencement 2010.

Isabella Rossellini is an actress, model, writer, and filmmaker who spoke at my graduation ceremony in 2010. This was specifically in reference to your creative dreams- don’t overthink! When they light up your mind, just do them, and don’t let anyone get in your way.

Daily rituals or a look into your typical day?

Everyday looks different for me; I rarely have more than two days in a row that are the same. Sometimes, I’m in the studio, actively making my leather goods and bags. Other days, I’m doing all business management work- communication with clients, promoting, selling. Sometimes, it’ll be a Parliament day, and I’m merchandising the store or out on the road selling product at a show. Since no two days are ever alike, I try to maintain a couple of personal rituals:

1) My daily “session.” I set aside a chunk of time, usually an hour at night, for a quiet sacred session. This includes stretching and yoga, journaling, and meditation. It’s a deeply personal practice and space, and it recharges me emotionally, mentally, and even physically; it’s like running a “defrag,” of the head and heart before going to sleep.

2) I have been working to implement the “Getting Things Done,” model of productivity, pioneered by David Allen. This weekly organizational and planning method is very list and action-step based, and essentially creates a system to dump everything out of your head and onto pages, lists- whatever kind of delineated space- where is is thus captured and no longer triggering and/or distracting you from the task at hand.

Who is your role model?

On a local level, Rose Phillips of Conscious Clothing  an organic and handcrafted clothing brand based out of Rockford, MI. She has made a full life career of her business, while managing to both maintain her high levels of quality and construction, while also being a mom to 4. She makes beautiful clothes and happens to be a beautiful human inside and out; I look up to her and hope that I can follow in similar footsteps on my journey!

On a larger level, Grace Bonney, founder of Design*Sponge. She not only is a fabulous spacial designer and DIY crafter with fun, impeccable taste and style, but she also is such a strong leader among creative women. Between her feminist and LGBTQ activism, the positive digital space she creates on her blog, and being a pioneer of the design-blog movement, she is truly a power-house!

Is this where you thought you would end up?

Both yes and no. I had a hazy idea of what it meant to be a “designer,” and own a “fashion,” business when I was young that in some ways it feels like that dream, but other times it is so different. Did I see myself coming back to Grand Rapids, meeting my husband here, being a leather-worker with a shop specifically? Never. But did I think I would run a business… yeah, I’ve always had an inkling I would do that. And be a Girl Boss. I never could see myself working for someone else. I always imagined myself in charge when I was young, and that’s where I ended up. You could say I created my own reality that way.

Career or life advice for others?

Get out and live somewhere new! Whether in college or after, learn to find yourself in a new space and place. When you never leave home, it can be hard to fully grow, as your experience becomes a reflection, an echo-chamber, of so much of the same social programming that you grew up with. I learned so much about myself, my preferences, my creative style, by leaving Michigan for awhile. It’s not to say don’t ever go home after… but take some time somewhere else. You may fall in love with it, or you may learn just how much you loved home after all.



I met Elyse, and the Parliament team, last Spring when I interviewed her for a local event going on in Grand Rapids. I was instantly inspired by her style and authenticity. Being a person that wants to go into the Fashion industry, I found it interesting to hear her perspective. I found their studio and boutique to be so quaint and unique. I recently reconnected with Elyse to not only ask her to be my next #Girlboss but also to discuss me being an intern for Parliament. I am excited to announce that I will be interning with Elyse and the Parliament team next semester doing Marketing and PR for the store. Parliament is a growing company and I cannot wait to be apart of that. After interviewing Elyse for this project, I could not be more thrilled to work along side her. She is a successful business owner, beautiful artist and authentic person; I feel honored to have the opportunity to learn from such a hard working and inspiring woman.

If you want to check out Parliament, which I highly encourage you to do, I will add some links here:

Facebook: Parliament the Boutique | Website: Parliament | Instagram: Parliament the Boutique

Parliament is undergoing some amazing changes, you do not want to miss out on their journey, so be sure to follow them now and check them out if you visit Grand Rapids.

Thank you all for checking out the very first #Girlboss on PYM. I cannot wait to continue my search for bright and intelligent women. If you have a recommendation for my next #Girlboss, please feel free to reach out to me and tell me. Don’t forget to share this post with friends and subscribe, if you love PYM. I hope you all have a spooky Halloween weekend and I’ll see your gorgeous faces on Monday. As always, thanks for reading!

Be the game changer.

xo, Lyss