When I think of the word hiatus, I think of TV shows. There’s a season finale, then a hiatus, and then the new season comes and it’s better than anything you’ve ever seen. I’d like to think that’s what’s happening here.
We all have had those times in our lives where nothing seems to be going right. It slowly gets worse and worse until you’re ready to wave the white flag. I’ve been having a month full of negativity and it’s time for it to end.
Eating well is hard. Especially considering every few years we hear that so-and-so is good for us, and now it’s bad for us, and now it’s okay as long as you do _________. As someone who could eat pizza for every meal, learning to eat healthy has been a challenge that I’ve faced head on. And won.
You know weeks where everything that seems to be able to go wrong goes wrong? That was my week. From feeling overwhelmed by projects to starting to feel sick to just general fatigue, I’ve been fighting against the current all week.
There is nothing I love more than buying a beauty product for under $10. When you keep in budget, but still get to have that special treat, that’s the spot. Lately I’ve been perusing my local Target and trying out some new drugstore beauty, and boy have I found some amazing buys.
Friendships are a bank account. And when you continue to overdraw your bank account, it is terminated. Why shouldn’t friendships? Toxic friends overdraw your friendship account over and over again, and it’s finally time to close your account.
With Spring right around the corner, I am ready to turn over my wardrobe! Swapping my maroons for corals, navy for mint, and indigos for lavender, I have never been more ready for a bright season ahead. And luckily Old Navy has everything I need.
There are weeks where I try as hard as I can to be the very best, but no matter what I try I seem to be in quicksand. This was one of those weeks. Success was just not happening.
Hygge is the Danish term for enjoying a charming moment in life, especially in regard to warmth or companionship. There isn’t an exact way to pinpoint it, but anything that makes you feel present and special, that’s Hygge.
Makeup is one of those things where I wish I didn’t have to do it, but I love it at the same time. For nights out I enjoy the process of blending eyeshadow and applying highlighter. But when I’m getting at 6am, the idea of putting just foundation on is daunting.