April 6, 2017



There is so much I want to share with the world, that sometimes it’s hard to make sure everything I want to share is in the place I want it to be before I open my ideas to the world. I have been working on so many different things that I have input my love and passion into. However, the things I love and am passionate about take time to complete. As a college student trying to balance my personal life, school work, my career, and my overall well-being, it can get tough to figure out how to make time in the day for everything I aim to accomplish. I am currently on a journey that has taken precious time, but has taught me so much and enriched my life and spirit along the way. The cover I recorded with Elliot Lanam is completed and ready to be shared, but the video for the song is still in its editing phases. During times like these, I must remind myself and the people around me to endure patience. Patience is such a fundamental part of this life we are all living. So through my journey, I am learning to be more patient and will continue to put 100% of myself into everything I want to share with the world.


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February 24, 2017

My new true love: TRUE LOVE SKINCARE


I was introduced to this amazing new skincare line at Doris Bergman’s Valentine Oscar Style Lounge–TRUE LOVE SKINCARE. Jen Suiter, mom from Utah, developed these amazing products from her own home. Not only great products just to maintain healthy, glowing skin; these products can help alleviate sun damage, eczema, cold sores, and more! These products contain only natural ingredients that never include chemicals or harsh compounds. Definitely check them out! The scrub and honey balm are two of my new favorite skin products and they smell amazing! You won’t be disappointed!



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January 23, 2017

“Let me Love You”

Hello everyone!
Sorry it has been a minute since I have been on here, the holidays and traveling may have gotten the best of me. However, I am back and have most definitely kicked things into gear for 2017. My newest cover, “Let me Love You” by Justin Bieber, produced by Elliot Lanam, is officially done and will soon be released! Working with Elliot was so effortless, and I can’t wait to start creating some more original music with him. Along with the song release will be a video, directed by one of my best friends, Charlotte Manning, who is an extremely talented film-maker. I can’t wait for you guys to hear this new take on such a popular and loved song, and see what Charlotte and I visually created. The aimed release date is sometime in February so keep your eyes out and your ears open!

Thank you, much love!

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November 3, 2016

Take a peak at Whiskey and Leather

Whiskey and Leather is an amazing boutique in Montecito, California. I had the pleasure of doing a photoshoot with them, showcasing the Fall Collection of For Love and Lemons for their website and social media. Faith Reineck, a friend, and the photographer/intern for Whiskey and Leather boutique, took me all around Montecito, from the magical Four Seasons to the stunning Butterfly Beach. It was a wonderful, sunny Friday and we spent it taking pictures around what I consider to be one of the best cities in the world. The owners of Whiskey and Leather are two UCSB Alumni (woo go Gauchos) named Zee Chew, and Ariel Hujar who have made their vision and love for fashion and a zen lifestyle come to life in this cute little boutique. Walking into the store makes you feel like you could be in the middle of New York City! Definitely check them out and make your way to incredible Montecito for a visit!


Lizzy XOX

Website: Whiskeyleather.com
Instagram: @whiskeyleather

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August 26, 2016

The Final Five


I loved watching the Olympics. The U.S. women’s gymnastics team impressed me. I can’t imagine all the time, dedication and practice it takes to get to the Games, much less participate in them. The ladies of the team looked so happy doing what they love to do– and they did it well!

For me, the gymnastics competition was kind of like watching a football game where it comes down to the last minute to see who wins. Midway through their events, the U.S. team led by four points and then they came in first place outdistancing their biggest competition, Russia, by 8.209 points. This was a pretty big deal because it was the first time the U.S. women’s gymnastics team won back-to-back Olympic golds. They were #1 in 2012 and now they’re #1 again– that’s pretty amazing.

I also liked how the team chose a nickname, “The Final Five.” It reminded me of how you have to not only think of what you want your goal to be, in life, but also write it down, name it, tell others about it, etc. These ladies– Laurie Hernandez, Madison Kocian, Simone Biles, Aly Raisman, and Gabby Douglas– showed the world how young ladies can reach their dreams. They sure did inspire me, and I’m thinking there’s a whole generation of young women who look up to them, too.

xoxo, Lizzy

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July 7, 2016

A Summer to Give Back


Are you traveling somewhere new this summer? With the weather generally being sunny and warm in most places, summertime is prime traveling time, isn’t it?


Here’s the thing: while we often like to be pampered and enjoy things like pools, spas and all that good stuff, what about doing something kind for others while you’re on your trip?


I’ve got an idea to make your summer trip more interesting. Go to the local store and buy several supplies you can put in a nice bag to give to someone who is homeless. Shop for things like an umbrella, moist towelettes, sunscreen, chewing gum, a comb or hairbrush, socks, and anything else you think would be practical, useful gifts for someone less fortunate. If you don’t have a lot to spend, try shopping at the Dollar Tree or Wal-Mart where you can find many great items.


Pack a bag, or two, or three, or more and take ‘em with you on your “vacation.” Then, make a point to look for someone in need. Unfortunately, underpriveleged people are not hard to find– you’re likely to see panhandlers on the streets of most cities, in parks, or along highways… especially at exits where cars line up to make their turns. Hand them your bag of goodies and wish them a happy day! Trust me, doing something kind and unusual like this will be a highlight of wherever you go this summer.

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June 14, 2016

Balance is Key


Life is complex, isn’t it? In the old days, most people got one job and stuck with it through retirement. Today, however, it’s not unusual for people to have multiple sources of income. For example, I might be working on a music project while also doing other things to make money, and that’s okay. It’s not a bad thing to have more than one job or more than one passion.

What are you passionate about? For me, I love singing and performing. If you can find things you’re passionate about, pursue them!

When life gets intense, try multitasking. It’s when you juggle a bunch of things “to do” at once. Make lists so you can cross things off as you do them. For instance, a typical day might include doing laundry, paying bills, catching a favorite TV show and exercising for an hour. It’s good to have multitasking lists each day. Accomplishing goals makes people feel good. Of course you will need to remember that balance is key. You don’t want to get too busy such that you’re overwhelmed and literally just shut down.

Time management is something I give serious thought and consideration to on a daily basis. I “take stock” of what I have to do, and then figure out how to work my schedule so I can get things done. I make sure to leave time for rest and relaxation, too.

Keep this mind and be aware XO,

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April 14, 2016

THANK YOU…More is Coming

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I truly want to thank everyone for the immense support I have been given through my entire journey of releasing “Always be There.” This song is a piece of work I worked extremely hard on, and during a vulnerable state. I am overwhelmed with how much love and positive feedback I have received and continue to receive by friends, families, complete strangers, people from around the globe, and more. Please continue listening and sharing…I am hoping to soon start working on some new and exciting music projects that I look forward to sharing with you all! Thank you again! Truly love you guys so so much!

Lizzy XOXO

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February 17, 2016



Hello friends! For those of you who don’t already know, my new song “Always Be There” co-written and produced by David Pramik and mixed by Mitchell Haueszer is out NOW on Soundcloud and Bandcamp!

Links Here:


Feel free to keep listening and spreading the word! Thank you so so much for over 130,000 plays in the first 24 hours! I am beyond happy and grateful! THANK YOU <3

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January 26, 2016

Vulnerability at its Finest

Hello Hello,

New music to come, new music to come….yes. But beyond that, releasing new music or sharing anything at all whether you are having a conversation with your best friend and divulging a secret, giving a speech to your graduating class, or releasing a new song that was written by you, doing any of these things is not easy. Being open and vulnerable is probably one of the most difficult things to do in this world and everyone knows how it feels to be waiting and anticipating a response. I love writing music because it makes me happy and is immensely fun. If you are enjoying yourself, go for it. Who cares about what the reaction or response of everyone else will be because you can’t control that anyway. We must live life doing things for others of course because we all care about other people. But we also must live life and do things for ourselves. Am I nervous to release a new song and anticipating whether people will love it, like it, hate it, (the list goes on)…. of course. But that doesn’t mean I shouldn’t do it anyway and shouldn’t share it with the world. So share what you love with the world….

ALSO, big thank you and shootout to my amazing co-writer and producer David Pramik. He was a wonderful artist to work with and he taught me so much about the process of creating music. We had a blast in the studio and becoming friends, I am lucky to know him! Check out his music on sound cloud.com/DavidPramik

Love you all, thanks for reading and waiting for my music 🙂





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