Happy Monday, y’all!!! Hope you all had a fabulous weekend and I’m so excited to be back to business after a little weekend hiatus from all things blog + social media. It was seriously so nice to take a little break and step back from keeping up with everything blog-related, and now I’m feeling super inspired and ready to hit the ground running again! 🙂 Today I’m bringing y’all a more casual style post, all about how to get gameday ready with the help of my friends over at Live Love Gameday!
Hey hey! I may or may not be currently writing this blog post in class while I should probably be paying attention…🤷🏻♀️ Oh well! I finished my finance exam this morning and since then I’ve officially checked out for the week! Last week Akash & I took a trip to the Habitat for Humanity Pumpkin Patch in Bryan, and shot some really cute pics! Of course I had to share allll the outfit details!
Helloooooo, my friends & happy FRIDAY!! Today’s blog post is going up a little later than usual, but I’m excited because 1.) this is one of the rare times that a blog post isn’t scheduled previously, and I get to write & publish right after. And 2.) I get to share with y’all one of my FAVE boutiques, Red Dress Boutique!
I honestly can’t keep up with all the Pantone colors of the years, but I know for a fact that this forest green sweater color was the color of the year or season a while back! This sweater’s been shared so many times this fall, though- everyone’s obsessed with it! But how could you not? It comes in 5 colors, and it SO cozy. Plus, it’s got a great neckline that can go with almost anything.
Last week I did a poll on Instagram Stories asking if y’all prefer to see fashion/beauty posts or life posts. The results were pretty much half-half! Even though the votes for fashion were a little higher, I figured it meant that almost half of you want to see more life posts on here. It also happened that there’s been a topic on my mind lately… can you guess what it is? 😉
With a majority of y’all in college/fresh out of college, I figure this would be appropriate. A big part of college is learning to be alone. Since you’re moving out on your own, you don’t always have a house full of people. There’s not always a friend to go to the mall with. Even if there is, there’ll be some point in everyone’s life where being alone is inevitable. Today I’m sharing some tips on how I learned to be alone.