So Worth Loving

hey family!

meet morgan blake.

She is a gem and joining our team for our 14 city US TOUR!!! 

I am so inspired by her outlook on life + her creativity. She just went on a recent adventure because she had always wanted to travel. Just pack up her bags a go! She traveled 9 cities by herself meeting friends and meeting strangers. 

We couldn’t help but think.. this is a perfect match. 

Morgan says:

"Traveling is something that has always gotten me excited. I learned that it was something that allowed me to feel so free after recently road-tripping to 9 cities. I learned that gifting myself with this trip I was loving myself. Allowing myself to be alone, to grow, to listen and just be me was the greatest thing I could’ve done."

free to be. is exactly what she experienced. honored she is on our team. so stinkin’ honored.  - much love, eryn

eryneddy:

[post from the archives]
I read these daily thoughts in a little book that is a compilation of women writers. Above is a quote from September 2. I found this “ironic” because it is exactly what I am going through. Learning to forgive.
While I am in the process of facing these things called insecurities, I am trying to forgive myself and those who have caused these annoying little guys to hang around. Some of the things I am working through are issues that have accumulated over 9 years. I have allowed them to settle in and make a home, though I didn’t even realize they were settling in until I started addressing my issues with fear & anxiety.
I thought I had handled all the sadness, bitterness, and self-consciousness that evolved from an unhealthy relationship. And while there is something with-in me that would love to just word vomit ALL OVER the person that has caused pain and let them know what they did was wrong and unjust, I know it wouldn’t do any good. When someone is set in there ways of not wanting to grow or to not take personal responsibility- it’s like talking to a wall. My words would go in one ear and out the other.
There are going to be people in your life that you will never satisfy. NO MATTER WHAT YOU DO they will have their opinion and a quick tongue on who you are and what you are doing with your life. I’ve said this before and I will say it again because it’s something that is incredibly hard for me to live by, “I can’t change their perspective or response but I can control how I respond to it”. Forgiveness is not an emotion but an act of will.
I will not allow all the jabs, manipulation, and hurtful words control my emotions. It’s ok for me to be sad, and hurt but it’s not ok for it to settle and make a home. So I tell myself “I will not respond out of anger to those that have caused pain but out of grace.” THAT IS SO HARD but I know that if “I don’t master my emotions my emotions are going to master me.”  I dont want to sit around and let bitterness settle. That will affect other relationships that are so dear to me.
Who are you trying to forgive and what have you learned about yourself along the way?
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eryneddy:

[post from the archives]

I read these daily thoughts in a little book that is a compilation of women writers. Above is a quote from September 2. I found this “ironic” because it is exactly what I am going through. Learning to forgive.

While I am in the process of facing these things called insecurities, I am trying to forgive myself and those who have caused these annoying little guys to hang around. Some of the things I am working through are issues that have accumulated over 9 years. I have allowed them to settle in and make a home, though I didn’t even realize they were settling in until I started addressing my issues with fear & anxiety.

I thought I had handled all the sadness, bitterness, and self-consciousness that evolved from an unhealthy relationship. And while there is something with-in me that would love to just word vomit ALL OVER the person that has caused pain and let them know what they did was wrong and unjust, I know it wouldn’t do any good. When someone is set in there ways of not wanting to grow or to not take personal responsibility- it’s like talking to a wall. My words would go in one ear and out the other.

There are going to be people in your life that you will never satisfy. NO MATTER WHAT YOU DO they will have their opinion and a quick tongue on who you are and what you are doing with your life. I’ve said this before and I will say it again because it’s something that is incredibly hard for me to live by, “I can’t change their perspective or response but I can control how I respond to it”. Forgiveness is not an emotion but an act of will.

I will not allow all the jabs, manipulation, and hurtful words control my emotions. It’s ok for me to be sad, and hurt but it’s not ok for it to settle and make a home. So I tell myself “I will not respond out of anger to those that have caused pain but out of grace.” THAT IS SO HARD but I know that if “I don’t master my emotions my emotions are going to master me.”  I dont want to sit around and let bitterness settle. That will affect other relationships that are so dear to me.

Who are you trying to forgive and what have you learned about yourself along the way?

the truth is… we feel alone when dealing with our past and dealing with our future.

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When you face those truths you will learn to love others more than you thought was possible. love you. love people.

the notes we receive when someone orders a So Worth Loving shirt is incredible. haha. For instance one said: 
Special instructions, aye. Hm… To whomever is reading this: next time you visit the restroom, as you pause to wash your hands, look up at the the mirror, look into your eyes and give yourself a genuine compliment. 
Photo by Sara Gatlin Photography High-res

the notes we receive when someone orders a So Worth Loving shirt is incredible. haha. For instance one said: 


Special instructions, aye. Hm… To whomever is reading this: next time you visit the restroom, as you pause to wash your hands, look up at the the mirror, look into your eyes and give yourself a genuine compliment. 

Photo by Sara Gatlin Photography

We have a new post up on our blog! Check out and read all about not letting people’s opinions of you define you. You are worth so much more than what they say.
“What somebody else thinks of you or says about you does not shape, form, or diminish your worth… even in the messy, mistake-making flesh you inhabit, you are worthy.”
Click here to read our new post! High-res

We have a new post up on our blog! Check out and read all about not letting people’s opinions of you define you. You are worth so much more than what they say.

What somebody else thinks of you or says about you does not shape, form, or diminish your worth… even in the messy, mistake-making flesh you inhabit, you are worthy.”

Click here to read our new post!