Some people believe that you can tell a lot about a person by what’s in their purse, suitcase, or even backpack. In case that’s true, so what does this say about me?
My backpack is like my home away from home when I’m on campus. My backpack needs to house all of my academic supplies needed for classes, as well as a portable medicine cabinet, closet, and makeup vanity. If I need pain relievers, I need to have those with me. If I need to put my hair up, I need to have hair ties as well as bobby pins. If I could possibly need pretty much anything while I’m on campus, it should probably be in my backpack. So what is in there?
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Moving back into school is both thrilling and incredibly stressful. In a whirlwind of emotions, it’s hard to process everything that you’re feeling as you’re experiencing it. Move in day (and the time leading up to it) is simultaneously the best and most stressful time imaginable. These are just a few of the feelings and thoughts you might experience during this busy period.
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It’s finally here! What was inside my bag?
Signing up for ipsy’s monthly bag full of beauty goodies was something I didn’t even hesitate to think about. It’s incredibly inexpensive and it’s a fun monthly treat in the mail that gives you something to look forward to every single month. I finally got my ipsy bag last week and I only got around to trying the products this week. Find out what was in my August ipsy bag!
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Happiness is so important, here’s a little list of some of my reasons to be happy
I’ve been known to be a little bit on the pessimistic side, if you call a little pessimistic being very dramatically miserable. Partly for the sake of being dramatic, partly because that’s just my natural state of existence. This summer, I’ve been working on being less of a negative nancy and more a positive person. It’s been easier than anticipated simply because as soon as the summer began things took a more positive turn. My internship and job started and I began doing things that make me happy. So, in case I’m ever in need of a reminder or maybe in case you need some things to be happy about, here’s a list of 10 things!
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I had almost everything I needed to head back to my apartment- now I have it all!
Living away from home has been an experience that has changed my life for the better / forever. Having an apartment that is fully furnished with all the amenities I need, living with my best friends, and being entirely independent has been a learning experience but one that I enjoy every single day. If you think you need a lot to move into a dorm in college, you can’t even begin to imagine how much you need to get in order to live in an apartment. I had almost everything I needed for the year, except for a few additional items that were (almost) absolute necessities.
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The first month of college is the time where you find your roots, but what if you don’t know where to start? Check out the weekly checklists I’ve created!
Leaving home, even if you’ve been waiting for it your entire life, is incredibly challenging. You have to adjust to an entirely different environment surrounded by entirely new people. Your first month of college is possibly the most important month you will have in college (besides the time leading up to finals of course). There is so much to do and see those first 30 days; you can easily get wrapped up in the moment and lose sight of what you really wanted to do and what you should have done. These are the most important things to do week by week for your very first month in college.
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I let my sister dress me for 7 days straight and here’s what happened.
My sister and I have very similar taste in everything: clothes, music, tv shows, books. Overall, we’re almost the same person which is great when we’re getting along, and not so great when we’re not. I trust my sister, more than I trust anyone, which is why I trust her enough to pick out my outfits everyday for a week. Here’s what happened.
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My skincare routine for the evenings
I’m honestly terrible with sticking to any sort of skin care routine. I’ve tried a few things, all of them being very simple, but I still fail to follow through. Seriously, one late night where I don’t take off my makeup and go straight to bed will ruin any streak I had going. I don’t do well with not having a routine, but I also do poorly with a routine set in place. However, now I have so much more to do and I know already I need to get myself into a better sleeping schedule. With that being said, I need have a more structured evening so that I get to bed at a good time and take better care of myself. Here’s my new nightly routine:
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All of my great new buys – with pictures to prove it
If you know me, you know that I have a serious retail therapy obsession. It’s not even therapeutic for me, it’s more of an adrenaline rush, one that I immediately regret the second I get into a car after the purchase and think “oh no what have I done?” But, I enjoy having new things like anyone would. As of late, I feel like I’ve gotten so many new things, some things I’ve received as a gift from my mother or in preparation to go back to school, other things I’ve bought for myself because I splurged.
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