Society has always placed a lot of pressure on young women. We are judged for every move that we make, whether it’s social, familial, professional, or educational. In fact, for many, it’s hard to go very long without receiving other’s opinions when they’re not asked for.
I’m the last person who should be giving anybody inspirational advice, but I’m feeling particularly inspirational today. Juggling part-time college with part-time work this summer while also keeping a social and personal life has been trying for me. And I’m only on week three. So far, I’ve had one anxiety attack, one cold, I’ve cried… Read More How to Stay Afloat in a World That’s Trying to Drown You
About a month ago, I stumbled upon bullet journaling, though I don’t really know if that’s the right word for it. I didn’t necessarily stumble upon anything. I knew what bullet journaling was and had known for quite a while, but I had never really taken a serious interest in it…until I stumbled upon that interest. So, I… Read More My Bullet Journal Setup (May)
One of my dream jobs would probably be to have my own show on HGTV. That channel is about the only thing I miss about having cable. Yes, I love interior design, if that wasn’t evident when I showed you my dorm from both my freshman and sophomore years in college. Now I wanted to bring you… Read More At-Home Room Tour
Instead of writing a long blog post today, I wanted to just give a short announcement about something new I have that you might find interesting (and I hope you do).
I have a dating secret for you that will only improve your love life. Are you ready? Okay. Stop looking for love. That’s right — stop it. Allow me to elaborate.
There’s this girl named Claire who I go to school with who has chosen to make me the subject of her photography class’ final project. For the last few weeks, she has been following me while I do various tasks (record my podcast, write blogs, knit, socialize, grab coffee) while snapping pictures to document for… Read More 1,006 Followers Later — Thank You.