Hi, I’m Tiffany. I am a small town girl, born and raised in Wisconsin (and YES I love cheese). I’m the first in my family to graduate from college – woot woot! I attended Marquette University where I majored in Broadcast Journalism. I worked in the newsroom for a bit, but ended up making a living doing sales and marketing. That’s the professional summary. Now for the real deal:
My why: to be the best momma for my kiddos. It was quite the change going from the corporate world to full-time momming, as I like to call it. After our first baby was born I suffered from post-partum depression. It was extremely challenging so I began looking for an outlet to stay motivated and process what was going on in life. started snapping random pictures of my life and sharing them with the world. My Insta became my safe place, my community where I was able to be my flawesome self (is that even a word?). I shared my passion for my family, home decor, fashion, and vintage thrifting, all while being able to stay at home with my littles! By sharing real myself and my creativity I was able to stay connected to people which in turn helped me be the best mom I could be.
As I became more active on Instagram, I had the honor of representing my state as Mrs. Wisconsin. I took my moment in the spotlight to spread awareness for mental health, specifically concerning mothers who suffer from post-partum depression. Suddenly I found friends, supporters, and even brands that loved my ideas and shared my values!
Enter my brain blast, Farmulosity. Farm because farmhouse style is my favorite way to decorate my house. I love how cozy and approachable it is. The “ulosity” refers to fabulosity, the art of being the fabulous that is YOU. In everything I do I try to be authentic and fabulous. How fabulous? Like adding rhinestones fabulous. I am all about creating trends, not following them. My motto is, “If you can’t find it, create it!” Beautiful designs, unique fashions, and those one of a kind pieces who you are and how you do your life. I believe I bring a fresh perspective, something that is new, and not necessarily considered popular. This is a trend, my friends, that will never go out of style. Now really, can we be friends?”