Happy Halloween week y’all! Today i’m participating in the #galpalholiday link up hosted by CRISTINA FROM CRISTINA ON CAMPUS, CATHLEEN FROM CLASSY CATHLEEN and RACHEL FROM SEASHELLS AND SPARKLES! This link up is all about halloween (shocking, right?). As you have probably gathered by now, i’m not the biggest fan of halloween or being scared. however, i do love celebrating holidays (halloween still counts in my book). here are a few ways that i’ve come to enjoy halloween over the years sans any scary ghosts or haunted houses.
I don’t know about you, but I’ve been lectured about the importance of reading since I was able to read. the wise words from these “lectures” managed to stick throughout my elementary and middle school years. Come high school, i prioritized reading very low on my apparently long list of obligations. as a college junior, i may not have as much time as i’d like to read a novel, but i make time to read something. here’s why i think you should make time too:
“Have you done your chores?” Does that phrase sound familiar? Even when I was little, that phrase was the equivalent of nails on a chalkboard. However, as i’ve gotten older (and grew less tolerant of living in my own filth), i’ve developed little tricks that have made cleaning up and other chores less painful more enjoyable.
As a junior in college, i don’t have enough fingers to count how many times i’ve reached complete crisis mode. In case you haven’t noticed, i made it through just fine. i’ve learned how to best break through my many quarter-life crises via trial and error. Here are the “secrets” behind showing your quarter-life crisis who’s boss:
After seeing the lovely Kayla from ENDLESS BLISS put up a post about the factors contributing to her blogging hiatus, I figured that it was about time I snapped out of mine and explained myself. Without further ado, here are the things I’ve been doing instead of blogging:
I’d be lying if i denied that pinterest is my beacon of knowledge and inspiration for almost any topic i could imagine. that being said, pinterest’s collection of articles and photos can be very overwhelming when just scrolling through look for outfit ideas. maybe you’ve been a few (few hundred) cute outfits, but now what? here are my tips for taking your pins and turning them into outfit ideas for the upcoming school year.