As almost everyone knows, Black Friday is the annual event where people of all ages gather to do some extreme shopping with amazing deals that are almost too good to be true (usually the biggest sale of the year).
For some, it’s an adrenaline packed rush full of early holiday shopping and joy; and for others, the experience is the equivalence of Dante’s Inferno, where you work in retail depends your fate.
As for me, I didn’t suffer too much while working on Black Friday. Here is my experience of working my first Black Friday:
Hello December! Gosh, November just flew by right?! This is probably the fastest year ever for me! Now with Thanksgiving out of the way, I can now put up my Christmas tree and shamelessly sing Christmas music obnoxiously!!
Now, you are probably wondering ‘Why Blogmas?’. Well, for one, I am not going crazy, and will explain everything here:
Hey loves!! Sorry for the delayed posts lately! Along with my school schedule, I’ve been trying to be a good blogger and have been planning posts out in advance! With that being said, I just need one day to do all of my photography, and those posts will be out like *snaps* that. Now, without a further adieu, here is my Would You Rather Beauty Tag:
Oh woah, where did this month go!? I looked back on my previous posts and saw that it has already been a month since I started my blog. So for this post, I decided to reveal a little bit more about myself. Here are 10 things you didn’t know about me!!
Everyone has that book, movie, song, etc. that they can relate to. For me, there are so many lessons in life that I have learned through the help of quotes. Some quotes have stuck with me more than others — it just depends on the conditions and circumstances of what’s going on in my life. After you read this, I hope that at least one of these quotes will be able to stick with you.
Here are my top 5 inspirational quotes that I can relate to:
Guys… It’s September… Where did summer go?! The nice vacations are gone, but the oily and blemished skin stayed. Throughout August, it was humid and hot where I live, and I realized that I needed to switch out some products for my daily routine.
For those who don’t know, I am currently attending university — a fairly large university that is. I am also a commuter, which means I don’t live directly on campus in a dorm, for me, I live about thirty minutes away roughly depending on traffic. As fellow driver and a pedestrian, I can understand both sides of the argument. However, today I’m going to show my side of being a driver on campus. In this post I would love to fiercely address the proper etiquette of crossing the street.
Would you like me to tell you about the dreadful feeling of realizing that after walking across the stage to receive my diploma, knowing I don’t have to turn back and face the horrors of high school, only to go back to school. To be completely honest, this was probably the most eventful first day of school I’ve ever experienced.
Looking back on my life and my upbringings, I am aware that I come from a very privileged background. I have had gone on multiple family vacations, I have had the latest devices and games, and clothes, etc. However, that doesn’t mean life was always a walk in the park, even if my problems were tiny compared to the rest of the world’s. That doesn’t mean I can’t relate, and that I don’t understand what hardship is like.