happy sunday loves! i know that i missed a post last week, but i was really struggling with studying and trying to complete my lectures. luckily, i finished my last exam and practical last week, and all i have left is my final!
for today’s blog post, i wanted to do something a little easier, since i already had the footage and content recorded. this week, i want to share with you some clips from march 16th — 22nd, during my extended spring break. if you weren’t aware, a lot of schools and universities extended their spring break for at least another week to discuss precautions for the current global situation.
i plan to upload a lot more vlogs in the future, and hope to get caught up very soon. if you would like to leave me any advice on how to improve, or any constructive criticism, please comment below or send me a private message!
Unlike most parts of the country, spring is a very unpredictable time for us in the deep south. Siri and Alexa may tell you one thing, then you get to your destination and it’s either too hot, too cold, or too wet. For us university students, this inconsistency can set a negative, or uncomfortable, tone to our day.
Finals week is upon us, grades are updated, and the stakes could not get higher. After a couple weeks of high stress and anxiety, you should treat yourself to celebrate the end of finals, and the start of summer.
In today’s society, more girls are becoming overly self-contious than not, and it’s starting to get out of hand. Every year, compared to me and my friends, younger and younger girls are starting to indulge in makeup products and diets.
January is the month of resolutions, and with the new semester already here, we are more determined to hit the ground running. Most collegiettes promise to maintain a healthier lifestyle for the upcoming year; however, there are right and wrong ways to doing so. Dieting, unfortunately, is one of the worst ways to lose weight and get healthy. Continue reading “Dieting. Real or Not Real?”→
I know I have been gone for a while, and I am so sorry for that — again, work calls, therefore I must attend (even though sometimes I’m very reluctant to do so). In today’s blog post, I am going to be sharing with you guys my experience during my first year of school, highlighting some topics which I think are important for those who are starting in the fall, and for the upcoming graduating class of 2017!
I know I rambled a lot in this video, but hopefully you guys found some parts of it helpful. Always remember that if you have a question, or a request, for me — please, ask away!
As you probably know by now, I am currently a university student and a part-time retail worker, (not to mention I’m very active in working out and dance) which means I’m on my feet a lot.
Now I can probably say that some of us have experienced some pretty bad foot pains and cramps throughout the years, whether it be from shopping for a while, going to the amusement park, dancing, school, etc. I can also say that no one wants to give anyone else a foot massage.
The RistRoller is an amazing product that will make your life a little easier. Here is a brief overview:
We’ve all had those moments where we are really feeling our outfit, however, it’s hard to work it because we are uncomfortable (and I’m not talking about your belt being too tight). I know I’m not the only one confessing that bras will be the death of me, and that I would rather not wear a bra if I didn’t have to.
But, there are ways to increase the level of comfort with your bra! Here are some of my brablems and some solutions to make wearing a bra more bearable:
So, if I haven’t mentioned it yet, I am recently going through the process of transitioning between looks. I am transitioning between my high school “girl next door” look, to something more professional, and mature, with a lot of neutral colors. So, that means a lot, a lot of shopping! I also am in the process of trying to become more independent, which means, many of the things I am buying is with my own hard earned money. So these are some tips on transitioning without going broke: