Living with Anxiety | Mental Health Awareness Month 2018

Living with Anxiety | Mental Health Awareness Month 2018

It’s no secret that with our recent generations that there has been a significant increase in people having anxiety. The constant intake of social media and comparing ourselves to other’s highlight reels on the internet certainly doesn’t help that. But the fact that we grew up in a time where technology changed and advanced so quickly and so many other factors of modern society, it’s no wonder that so many of us are suffering from anxiety.

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5 Things I Learned from a Creative Rut

5 Things I Learned from a Creative Rut

I felt unmotivated and uninspired by everything I was writing and the pictures I was taking – it all just seemed boring to me. So, I took an unintentional break to recharge and gain a new perspective. I’ve also been incredibly busy with college and work so writing began to feel like a chore and I was not willing to put out content that feels forced or I’m not happy with.

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25 Reasons Why I’m a Feminist | Celebrating International Women’s Day

25 Reasons Why I’m a Feminist | Celebrating International Women’s Day

There is an incredible misconception about what being a feminist means. It’s all too often thought of as being a dirty word or a man-hating agenda – all which are far from the truth. Simply put, being a feminist is the equality among the sexes socially, politically, legally, and economically.

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Lay It All Out: Creating Dream Boards

Lay It All Out: Creating Dream Boards

I never used to be big into the law of attraction, or things like actually writing down my goals. But more than half of my new year’s goals involved getting closer to my dream life, and whatever I was doing in the past just wasn’t cutting it; I knew I had to try different methods.

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My College Morning Routine

My College Morning Routine

There’s something nice about being up early and knowing that half the world isn’t even out of bed yet. When I was in high school, I hated the mornings and would cut it extremely close when it came to running for the bus – especially my senior year. Now that I’ve been in college for almost two years now, I have grown to like the mornings especially when I don’t have class until the afternoon.

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6 Ways to Celebrate Galentine’s Day

6 Ways to Celebrate Galentine’s Day

I used to like to pretend that I’m not super into Valentine’s Day because, on one hand, I do believe you should show your love for the people in your life every day. But, on the other hand, I’m an ‘extra’ kind of person and, honestly, I love days where I can shower people with my love and appreciation for them.

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The Sunshine Blogger Award

The Sunshine Blogger Award

I was nominated by my friend, Mal over at Maloreads, for the Sunshine Blogger Award! This is such a fun way to network and make great friends in the blogging community and I’m so flattered that she even thought to add me to her list! I have never done one of these, so bear with me here. You can also find Mal on Twitter and Instagram.

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Winter Beauty Essentials

Winter Beauty Essentials

The deep winter is finally here and, although I love winter, January always feels like the longest month. It’s cold, dark, and you’re never really sure what’s going on. Plus, you’re coming off the last two months of holiday hype and realizing you have no money and a whole bunch of things to do that you put off because of the holidays.

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5 Helpful Habits for College

5 Helpful Habits for College

On Monday of this week, I returned to classes for my second semester of my sophomore year. And it’s been quite the week of a little bit of stress and a lot of changes. Honestly, school is not my favorite thing, but I’ve found some habits since starting college that has only proved to be helpful and make life a little easier that I wanted to share with you guys.

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Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays | 12 Days of Christmas

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays | 12 Days of Christmas

It’s the twelfth and final day of Christmas! This isn’t going to be too long because I really want to disconnect for the next couple of days and spend time with my family, but I just wanted to say thank you.

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Bake with Me: Mrs. Fields' Christmas Sugar Cookies | 12 Days of Christmas

Bake with Me: Mrs. Fields' Christmas Sugar Cookies | 12 Days of Christmas

It’s the tenth day of 12 Days of Christmas and I’m here to share another favorite cookie recipe. In our house around Christmas, sugar cookies are a staple and decorating them are a must.

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The Ultimate Last-Minute Gift Guide: Amazon Prime | 12 Days of Christmas

The Ultimate Last-Minute Gift Guide: Amazon Prime | 12 Days of Christmas

On the ninth day of Christmas, there was panic and scrambling around to get gifts as shopping days are numbered down to a sheer 3 sleeps before the most wonderful day of the year is here. But have no fear because this gift guide now exists for you and Amazon Prime is everyone’s best friend, especially when you’re in a pinch and don’t have the time to go to the store and wait in ungodly long lines.

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Bake with Me: Tanya Burr's Reindeer Cookies | 12 Days of Christmas

Bake with Me: Tanya Burr's Reindeer Cookies | 12 Days of Christmas

As Christmas draws closer and closer, it’s obviously time to begin your holiday baking. So, for the eighth day of 12 Days of Christmas, that’s exactly what we’re going to do! This is not my own recipe, this is from Tanya Burr’s Tanya Bakes recipe book.

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Gift Guide for the Girl Boss | 12 Days of Christmas

Gift Guide for the Girl Boss | 12 Days of Christmas

Are you still struggling to find that perfect gift for someone in your life, especially for the go-getter of your friends? Well, you’re in luck because for the sixth day of 12 Days of Christmas I put together another gift guide, and this time for the girl boss in your life.

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