Happy Tuesday Loves! School started yesterday for me, and I’m still not ready. I am obsessed with stationary items, and I don’t know what to do with myself. You could probably find me wandering in a stationary store for hours, on some random weekend, just looking and testing out some of the products.
In today’s post, I’m sharing my holy grail, ride or die school supplies! (My pictures will be included later!): Continue reading
To say this past school year went by without any major bumps would probably be the biggest lie in my entire life. This past school year was rough, to the point where it was effecting my health: physically, mentally, and emotionally.
If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you probably noticed that I took a HUGE hiatus this school year; and, I sincerely apologize for doing that to you guys. There were just too many things going on that made me doubt every decision and step I took.
Let’s take it a semester at a time:
It is clinically proven that you cannot reverse the effects of aging, without going under the needle. Therefore, the only way to manage wrinkles, crow’s feet, under-eye bags, etc. is by preventing such effects. Your skin mainly craves and is deprived of hydration, moisture, and nutrients.
Currently, skin care is the biggest cosmetic trend, especially in South Korea. From sheet masks to essences, Westerners want-in on the secrets of looking younger, longer.
In South Korea, they are obsessed with their 10-step skin-care regimen. Don’t panic! You should customize your skin care regimen to fit your skin’s unique needs. Some beauty bloggers have as low as 5 steps, while some are known to have 12-13 steps. It is not expected to suddenly splurge on a bunch of high-end skin care products, but you can start small with some of the basic steps. At first, it may seem like a hassle, but your skin deserves your upmost attention.
Not to mention, there are a lot of drug-store products that can do wonders for stressed out college students.
Growing up in a stereotypical Roman Catholic family has had a strong influence on my perception and view of sex. Continue reading
College, and how you live while attending it, is a decision made by you and your parents. Some collegiettes live at home, while others may live far away. Some are restricted to a minimum allowance, and some don’t have to worry about whether they can eat out or pay rent. Regardless of your financial or parental situations, it is important that we are able to prove to our parents that we can “adult.” Continue reading
Thanks to Her Campus, and their sponsors, during this holiday season I was able to enjoy a couple of holiday goodies! Majority of these products were provided by Rimmel London. Here are my first impressions:
Hello loves~ I hope you’re doing well!
I know I have been gone for a while, and I am so sorry for that — again, work calls, therefore I must attend (even though sometimes I’m very reluctant to do so). In today’s blog post, I am going to be sharing with you guys my experience during my first year of school, highlighting some topics which I think are important for those who are starting in the fall, and for the upcoming graduating class of 2017!
I know I rambled a lot in this video, but hopefully you guys found some parts of it helpful. Always remember that if you have a question, or a request, for me — please, ask away!
Until Next Time xoxo