Tag: Complementary Colors

November 2020 Month in Review

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Can you believe tomorrow is already December?? What a weird year it’s been… You all seemed to enjoy the different layout I tried for last month’s recap blog post, so I decided to follow suit today. November is always a good month for me (because of my birthday! Who doesn’t love their birthday month??) and this year was no exception. I started the month at school and came back home halfway through, so it’s been an eventful month to say the least. Continue reading “November 2020 Month in Review”

Back to School Series: My #1 Tip for Remembering Names

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Can you believe that a lot of schools are already starting either today or sometime this week?! Where did the summer go??? Luckily for me, I don’t start classes again until September 9…but whew, it sure is weird to see all my friends returning to their campuses all over the country. In order to get into the school spirit and fall mode, I decided to revive my Back to School Series this year and create some fun college-themed posts, including what it’s like to do laundry in college and a tour of my new dorm room (coming soon!). On every Monday from now until September 16, be on the look out for a new B2S Series post! Continue reading “Back to School Series: My #1 Tip for Remembering Names”

Fashion in España

Fashion in España

As some of you may know from my blog post about bucket lists, I’ve been living a dream of mine for the past month walking El Camino de Santiago throughout Spain with my older brother. Now, the rest of my family has joined me for a little road-tripping around the country, and thankfully my mom brought me some stylish clothes to wear (I’ve never been so excited to put on clean clothes in my life). Whenever I travel, one of the first things I notice is the fashion – I mean duh, how could I not?! After spending more than 35 days in Spain (oof – I forget what real bacon tastes like), I think I’ve gathered enough data points to make some declarations about the styles and trends popular in the country… And let me tell you, the fashion does not disappoint! Continue reading “Fashion in España”