November 27th, 2015
Posts Tagged ‘Billabong’
Get the blood flowing and work up the motivation to dive into some brain freeze-inducing water. No fullsuit-wearing downward dogs involved. In fact, in recent years, studies have shown that static stretching is actually counter-productive (plus, your flailing around in a wetsuit on the shore is scaring the children). Instead, take 5 minutes to wake up your muscles and help avoid injuries that will keep you out of the water (probably for much,much longer than 5 minutes)…
This past weekend it rained non stop and as much as I love the rain, I really do miss the sun when it disappears for a few days. My favorite part about the rain is the sunny days that follow it. The air is fresh, the sky is as clear as it gets, and everything is new and green! One of these rainy mornings I ran around the muddy trails admiring all the new green that sprung up overnight. This Billabong dress was a perfect fit for my carefree prancing through the wilderness and got me even more excited for the new year ahead. This year I plan to rock my own style and not be afraid of continuing to wear bold colors, patterns, and pair my Dr Martens with pretty dresses. Just like the rain created a fresh start to this week, let the new year wipe away any insecurities and start this year being the bright, stylish bombshell you are!
Get the Look: Billabong Maxi Dress (more…)
This year, try to include some surfing resolutions in your goals for the upcoming twelve months! Whether you’re a brand new beginner, or an old pro, there is always room for improvement out in the lineup. I’ve started a list of surf ambitions for 2015 that are applicable to all levels of surfers, and I aim to follow them myself! (more…)
A wise young woman named Dorothy once said, “There’s no place like home.” Even though she was fictional, the Wizard of Oz is an AWESOME musical… and her words ring so very true. As the holidays approach, for college students, that means finals, finals, finals… and not much else. Even though the surf was firing, my head was buried in books all last week, and I could only look out the window and sigh, wishing I were in the waves. Fortunately, the stress came to an end, and the embrace of my home, the Pacific Ocean, greeted me in SWELLabration.