Since last year, I have accumulated 14 plant babies. It all started with my HORT 2000 class at UGA taught by the sweet David Berle in Spring 2016. Mid way through the semester, one of our assignments was to identify, repot and maintain an indoor plant until the end of the semester. I got a banana croton, which I did not know until Lowe’s replied to my tweet (thanks for saving my grade, Lowe’s).
Let’s talk about my favorite hair products ever!
When I started dying my hair, it became dry and brittle. Every time I washed my hair, it just got tangled and ended up in a huge knot. Can’t tell you how many times I had to rip out a knot in the shower!
So in my quest to find a solution to my damaged hair, I found the most wonderful hair product in the world – Hask Deep Conditioners!
Oh, how good it feels to be back! Since August, I’ve had a lot of changes in my life – both good and bad. I’ll have to catch you up soon with a series of new blog posts. But until then…
Check out the resolutions I made for myself in the new year. Please hold me accountable! Usually I go with something simple like “be a better person” or “work out more.” This year, I took a different approach that is a bit better suited for my mindset.
I like to compartmentalize my life just to stay organized, so I figured that compartmentalizing my resolutions would be more beneficial to me. Check out how I broke it down below.
The summer before college, I kept hearing one thing: the next four years will be the best years of your life.
Now that I have graduated, I beg to differ. These past four years have been the most formative years of my life, but the years to come? Those are going to be the best.
Today, I stand as the person I always wanted to be – happy, strong and fearless. And I move forward with confidence in myself and my decisions as a daughter, sister and friend.
I say that confidently because in retrospect, I could not be the person I am today without having learned what I learned in college. I learned to love. I learned to be grateful. Most importantly, I learned to live in the moment.
Happy belated birthday to me from my sister! I had my 22nd birthday (I’m feeling 22) back in March, and in my sister’s true fashion, she gave me a gift two months late. Knowing that I absolutely love LUSH products, she gave a bunch of new stuff to play with.
- Tea Tree Toner Water
- Mint Julips Lip Scrub
- Ultrablast Toothy Tabs
- Fresh Farmacy Cleanser
- It Started with a Kiss Lip Tint
Six college students. Two cars. One trip of a lifetime.
A couple of months ago, I hopped in a car with two of my sassiest friends to embark on a journey to the Big Easy a.k.a NOLA a.k.a New Orleans. We headed down south for a fun birthday getaway, and and before I knew it, I walked away with three more crazy friends and a bond that only New Orleans could forge.
I recently signed up to become a Brand Backer which is a way to discover new products and become an influencer in the beauty blogger arena, so this post is my first through Brand Backer for the #MAKEYourself campaign! All opinions are my own 🙂
This is me on Monday mornings. No makeup. Messy hair. Eating cereal out of a Tupperware container. This is the epitome of a Monday morning.
As I get dressed for class and eventually put on some eyeliner and concealer, all I can think about is how I would have NEVER posted a picture sans makeup like this a few years ago.
It’s product review time! The last (and first) time I went to Lush, I asked for some products that would help clear up my skin and solve the whole oily skin problem. Maggie, the lovely lady who helped me, recommended Ultrabland. She said she used it regularly as a makeup remover and cleanser, and when she tested it on the back of my hand, I was all about it. But I wasn’t ready to drop some big bucks, so I asked for a sample instead.
Recently, I grew some balls and tried it for the first time… and I did not like it at all.