20 Things I’ve Learned in 20 Years

I recently turned 20 on Monday April 24th, and although I still feel like I know nothing about anything, I have learned a lot in my two decades on Earth. Here are somethings I'd like to share: 1  Spending time alone is absolutely necessary and that's ok. 2 Find things that bring you happiness and… Continue reading 20 Things I’ve Learned in 20 Years


Tips to Personalize Your Space

Bulletin Boards: Grab a bulletin board and pin up your favorite pictures and things that are important to you. This adds so much personality to your space. Quotes: Get some paper and draw out your favorite quotes. This really helps to make the space feel like yours. I put mine above my desk so I… Continue reading Tips to Personalize Your Space

How I Organize My College Planner

Honestly, my planner keeps me alive. My mind gets so jumbled sometimes that it is important for me to have something I can flip open and see what I need to do. My planner helps me prioritize my assignments and reduces my stress about due dates. I have always used a planner, even in middle… Continue reading How I Organize My College Planner

5 Reasons Why You Should Have a Dog During College

Are you thinking about getting a dog while going to school? Are you worried that you won't have time to take care of it? Being a dog owner is a major commitment, and it is a personal decision. But, here are some reasons I believe having a dog is not only extremely beneficial, but important:… Continue reading 5 Reasons Why You Should Have a Dog During College

My Favorite Drugstore Makeup Products

We know all too well that makeup can get expensive. And as a broke college student, I know I should save my money for groceries and rent, rather than buying the new Tarte eye shadow pallet or Smashbox lipstick I really really want. But, it is possible to find quality products at drugstores, such as… Continue reading My Favorite Drugstore Makeup Products

Tips for Note Taking and Studying

The workload in college was definitely something that took some time for me to adjust to. Considering, in high school, I made A's without ever opening my backpack while at home. Homework was mostly done 10 minutes before the tardy bell rang; yet I would still get a 100. So, as you can imagine, when… Continue reading Tips for Note Taking and Studying