I didn't look like this at fifteen.
I love looking at celebrities for fashion inspiration. I don’t mean their dolled-up, event-ready looks, but what they wear when they're out and about doing nothing.
The days of your cat quietly judging you in the corner as you down your third glass of wine are finally over, now Fluffy can join in on the fun. Originally featured on the cinematic treasure that is Shark Tank, Apollo Peak is selling a line of "cocktails" (get it? tails?) for your furry companions. Their collection of... Continue Reading →
Anything that becomes mainstream has a tendency to receive backlash for being "overrated" or "basic". This happens to everything, from musicians (looking at you, Halsey), TV shows (Friends), clothing brands (Forever 21, ASOS --the list goes on and on) and even certain foods. That's right, food. One of my favorite things to eat is avocado toast.... Continue Reading →
A bullet journal is the complex--yet simultaneously simple--combination of a diary, planner, sketchbook and to-do list. They've recently had an increase in popularity with everyone from Buzzfeed to Refinery29 covering the bullet journal system. While the original directions for the bullet journal system include specifics for its symbols and pages, the main thing to remember is that it's your bullet journal. Make it... Continue Reading →
I don't like pugs. There, I said it. I find their abnormally large eyes disconcerting and their constant wheezing an annoyance. However, this opinion isn't shared by most. Pugs have been owned by the likes of Queen Victoria, socialite Paris Hilton, and YouTuber Felix Kjellberg (Pewdiepie)--not to mention dozens of internet "famous" folks. it's almost impossible to find... Continue Reading →
After my last article about the organizational tool that is bullet journaling, I received a lot of questions from friends and family asking me for more information about the system. Now, I'm no bullet journaling expert -- I'm the furthest thing from it as a matter of fact -- but everything I've learned about bullet journaling I've learned... Continue Reading →
When I first heard the Discovery Channel's announcement that Olympic gold medalist, Michael Phelps, would be racing a great white shark I was both intrigued and confused. Would Phelps be out in the open ocean, swimming for his life? Would he and the shark be in a pool, separated by a barrier and racing once... Continue Reading →
With so many of Disney's old shows and movies getting remade, it was only a matter of time until they made a sequel to one of their most popular shows, That's So Raven. The show followed a teenage psychic and was one of the most progressive series on the network, with a predominately African-American cast. The... Continue Reading →