10 Reasons to Get Dressed for Online Classes

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I think we all can agree that Zoom University has been pretty interesting so far, don’t you think? It will definitely take some adjusting to get back into my usual school groove now that I’m still at home and classes are virtual. But with that said, I wanted to spend today’s blog post trying to convince you that you should still get dressed for your online classes, or virtual work, or anything else you’re doing while at home, even if you are just staying in your bedroom all day… Now I’m not saying you have to get completely dolled up—even I won’t be wearing blazers anytime soon—but I am asking that you at least swap the pajama pants for a pair of jeans or leggings. I know it’s crazy talk, but just hear me out. And of course, matching your outfit to your desk decor is completely optional. Continue reading “10 Reasons to Get Dressed for Online Classes”

Binge Worthy Fashion: Jessica Day from “New Girl”

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I’m back today with the second installment of my Binge Worthy Fashion series, where I discuss TV shows that have killer fashion and how to recreate the characters’ styles yourself. For the first post in the series, I discussed Mindy from “The Mindy Project”, and today I’m focusing on Jessica Day from “New Girl”. And no, I did not give myself bangs… More on that below! Continue reading “Binge Worthy Fashion: Jessica Day from “New Girl””

Activities to Pass the Quaran-Time

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What’s shakin’, bacon? How are you holding up? While several of my friends have already started complaining about being bored at home, I’ve begun to realize that quarantining and staying home doesn’t feel that different from when I’d come home from college any other day… guess you could say I didn’t have much of a life before COVID-19 and this social distancing thing has just highlighted that fact, ha! Regardless, I’ve never been the type of person who bores easily. I always have a million things to do or things I could choose to do (continue learning an instrument, read, write short stories, blog, play chess, etc.). But I realize not everyone is as eager to reorganize their bedroom or practice calligraphy as I am. So given that, I decided to round up a few ideas to keep you busy during this time—some are basic, some are outlandish, but hopefully you find that some of them are unique (and actually appealing). Without further ado… Continue reading “Activities to Pass the Quaran-Time”