I had someone ask me about my skincare routine the other day so I figured this would make a great blog post! I actually saw Ellie Choi's Glass Skin post and was pleasantly surprised to see that I've been using three of the products in her regimen for the past eight years!
Starting a new semester is always exciting because it's 4 months full of new opportunities. This semester is particularly exciting for me because I'll graduate in May with my Bachelor's Degree! I've learned a lot over the past eight semesters and wanted to share my knowledge with you.
I wrote a similar post to this last year and after reading it, I felt inspired to write another one. 2017 was so good to me, but I know 2018 will be a big year of change. I have no idea where I'll be in 5 months after graduation, so I wanted to write myself a letter.
Happy New Year everyone! I've been LOVING Winter Break because I finally had the chance to read Katie Bulmer's Sorority Girls Can Change the World and it was everything I had hoped for and more!
How is it possible that I only have one more semester in college left? The Fall semester of my senior year was full of memories that I will never forget. I learned more about myself, my major, and life itself. One of my favorite accomplishments this semester was working in an immersive learning project for a local organization. Keep reading to find out what it was!
Merry Christmas everyone!! Being in the Holiday spirit, I figured I would write a post about what I'm thankful for this season.
I'm a new Ambassador for KAHOOTIE CO. products!
After a busy semester, I'm so glad to be home enjoying this three-week break. Since the last few days have been so fun, I figured I would write a short blog post about what I've been up to!
Finals week has begun and instead of studying, I'm scrolling through Pinterest dreaming about all the things I would buy if I had the money. What better way to procrastinate than write a blog about what I'm obsessing over this season?
I'm excited to announce that I am collaborating with Katie Bulmer to review on her book, Sorority girls can change the world.