Category: Lifestyle

A Few Laundry Tips From a Fashionista

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It amazes me how rarely fashion bloggers talk about doing laundry. It may not be a very glamorous task, but after all, it is one of the most important aspects of clothing! And it’s something I consider a lot when shopping for new pieces—How is this garment washed? Does it have to be dry cleaned? If the answer to the latter question is yes, I almost always leave the piece behind, both because of the hassle of dry cleaning and the increased cost per wear. My point is, the laundering process matters, and how you’re washing your clothes can make a big difference in their longevity. That’s why I’m sharing a few tips and tricks I’ve discovered over the years to make your next laundry day a little easier. Continue reading “A Few Laundry Tips From a Fashionista”

Weekly Recap #24, 2021

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Boy oh boy, this week has been all over the place! I spent most of it house/pet sitting (introducing the most adorable pup above), took my finals on Monday and Tuesday, and have been having a little too much fun this weekend celebrating my boyfriend’s and his best friend’s graduation. Needless to say, I will be spending the next few days catching up on sleep and exercising to burn off all the good food from the last several meals, ha! Continue reading “Weekly Recap #24, 2021”

Spring Quarter in Review

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Woke up this morning feeling SO good because it’s finally my summer break!! I finished my last final exam on Tuesday at 4pm and have been soaking up every second since (and by that I mean, of course, doing absolutely nothing productive). I’m so excited for the break, and after a rather long, unusual school year, I think everyone could use the time off. Today I’m sharing a little bit about all the unique classes I took over the past ten weeks. For those of you who are new, I attend a university that’s on the quarter system, and I have majors in Criminology and Geography and minors in Entrepreneurship and Psychology. I ended up taking three geography courses this quarter, so I’m officially finished with both of my majors now! Continue reading “Spring Quarter in Review”