Fall is one of my most favorite times of year — it’s a season full of some of my favorite fashion trends: earth-toned colors, sweaters and scarves, boots. The weather is just crisp enough to feel a change coming but not so cold that the tip of your nose starts to slowly go numb every… Read More how i dress-up graphic tees [for fall]
A little over a year ago, I published a blog with my initial reactions to Netflix’s controversial show “13 Reasons Why,” so when Season 2 came out, I immediately knew I’d probably be sitting here, typing out a similar blog. When I asked my Instagram followers if they would also interested in my reaction to… Read More My Reaction to Season 2 of “13 Reasons Why”
Summer is approaching, which can only mean one thing… shaving. Every woman dreads it — having to unveil her legs for the first time in months and realizing that she could use a good shave. Did you know that women shave about 90% more of their body than men? Because of that, we need razors tailored… Read More My Shaving Essentials + A Review
‘Tis the season for cheesy Christmas movies, and fortunately Netflix has a wide variety this time of year for us to choose from! My current favorite hobby is cuddling up with my knitting and picking out the best looking Christmas movie while pretending that I don’t have any studying to do. In case you’re looking… Read More My Favorite Christmas Movies on Netflix Right Now
Living away from home for college, I really miss the unique qualities that the mountains and my hometown bring — the music, the people, the mountains, the shopping. Seriously, mountain people are crazy creative and they show that in all the small-town businesses owned in and around Waynesville. Coming from small-town North Carolina, I am most… Read More 9 Waynesville Businesses to Purchase from this Christmas
Summer Solstice is this weekend and to celebrate I’ve compiled a short list of some of my favorite summer products–both newly discovered and old favorites.
Yesterday i had the opportunity to go with my friend Orian to see one of my favorite musicals, “Avenue Q”, at Haywood Arts Regional Theater (HART) which put on an exceptional production of this–as I describe it–Rated-R version of Sesame Street.