Keeping up with my back to school posts, I thought I would share two super easy DIY’s that you can use in your dorm room (or anywhere else, for that matter!) I am super into decorating my dorm, because let’s be honest – the dorms are an awfully depressing place to be. Between the greyish carpet, off white walls, and dim lighting – those rooms can make the cheeriest person frown. Luckily, that’s where these crafts come in! A bit of spray paint, a hot glue gun, and a spare hour or two and you’ll brighten up the confines of… View Post

*When I decided to write a post on starting a blog I had no clue it would be so long. This post took me hours on hours to write and edit, and it’s over¬†3000 words – it is very detailed and it talks about what to do after starting a blog, too. So don’t let the length scare you, it is very thorough and walks you through nearly everything you would need to know about starting a blog! It’s no secret that I’ve fallen in love with blogging – otherwise why would I be here right now? Starting a blog… View Post

In light of back to school, I decided to continue my college tips series for the next few weeks. I have been getting an overwhelmingly amazing response on them the past few days, inspiring me to add more great content for my lovely readers ūüôā I have a list of posts I thought I could write regarding college, and study tips are at the top of the list. You may have been an academic hotshot in high school, but in college¬†everything changes. The professors expect more from you, you aren’t reminded of important dates, and you are the only one… View Post

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Yesterday I made a cheap, easy painted change jar. In total the supplies cost me ten dollars, making the change jar kept me occupied for an afternoon, and I am in love with the final product. If you’re familiar with my blog, you may know that I have a lot of things I want to do before I die, and a lot of places I would like to travel to. So, ambitiously perhaps, I’m hoping by filling up my change jar with loose coins, I can hopefully begin to fund travels and exciting adventures. I… View Post

If you’re an incoming freshman this year let me warn you: packing for college is¬†hard.¬†When you are up and moving to a whole new environment it is tricky to know what you’ll need, and what’s going to be pushed in the back of your closet until you move out again in the summer. If I am being¬†completely¬†honest with you – I overpacked.¬†Moving out I realized how much I brought that I simply did not need. Now that I can consider myself an old pro, I thought I would share some of my best advice with you. If you find this… View Post