(Fall)ing for These OOTDs

brown sweater, fall outfit, fall style, skinny jeans, mustard yellow

Now that it’s officially fall (hello, October!) I wanted to share my recent outfits of the day to inspire your fall wardrobe. It may still feel like summer where I am, but I’ve been doing my best to incorporate all the fall colors and vibes, despite the warmth. So without further ado, here are 18 of my recent outfits, including where I bought all the clothing items, how much they cost, where they were last featured on the blog, and where I wore the outfit. Enjoy! Continue reading “(Fall)ing for These OOTDs”

College Haikus to Spice Up Your Monday

floral t-shirt, fall outfit, black corduroy skirt

Hey y’all! Coming at ya’ today at 12:30 in the morning…nervous laughter. Let’s just say, the weekend was not as productive as I had hoped. Anyone else? Today’s blog post is a compilation of relatable Haiku poems summing up my college experience at the moment. Whenever I use Haikus for a blog post, it’s a desperate last-minute attempt to entertain you because currently I’m completely uninspired and out of ideas (maybe it’s just the fact that I have to pry my eyelids open again every five minutes). I’m really selling this blog post, I know. But to be fair, the last time I published a blog post about rainy day Haikus, it was very popular, so I’m hoping for the best…? That’s called operant conditioning, folks. Woohoo for my psych studying. And now, to put an end to these rambles, the poems: Continue reading “College Haikus to Spice Up Your Monday”

El Camino de Santiago: The Facts

pilgrim, peregrino, camino de santiago

If you’ve been following my blog closely this past summer (especially my Instagram account), then you’ve probably noticed me talking a lot about Spain and this thing called “El Camino,” first featured in my post about bucket lists. But what is El Camino de Santiago, you may ask? Well, over the next few weeks, I’ll be dishing all the tea about this ancient pilgrimage here on the blog, discussing the facts, people, stories, and lessons I learned during the 500 mile trek my brother and I walked this past summer. Did our feet hurt? Why would we willingly do such a thing? What kind of food did we eat? I’m answering all of these questions and more in today’s post! Continue reading “El Camino de Santiago: The Facts”