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Denim Day 2020: Wear Jeans, Support Survivors

sexual assault awareness month, denim day

Happy Wednesday! As you well know, I don’t usually post on Wednesdays (at least, not anymore after my month-long hiatus a few summers ago). But today I had to stray from my usual posting schedule to participate in and tell you about Denim Day, which is today, April 29th. For those of you who don’t know, April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and Denim Day is an international campaign that aims to bring awareness to and protest victim blaming and other misconceptions about sexual violence. Read on to learn more about this powerful movement and to see how I styled my jeans in solidarity with survivors. Continue reading “Denim Day 2020: Wear Jeans, Support Survivors”

Binge Worthy Fashion: The Ladies of “Riverdale”

Riverdale show, Riverdale fashion, Betty Cooper, Veronica Lodge, Cheryl Blossom

Sorry about missing Thursday’s blog post last week! The photos just weren’t up to par for me, and I’m getting a little tired of the same backdrops for my photoshoots over and over again… But hey, that’s life at the moment, since going to parks to take photos of myself in a fancy outfit is definitely not essential. I hope you like dead grass and trees in the background of my pics, ha! Anyway, today I’m sharing the latest installment of my Binge Worthy Fashion series to talk about the styles of Betty Cooper, Cheryl Blossom, and Veronica Lodge from the show “Riverdale”. Now… do I think “Riverdale” is a good show? No, I pretty much think it’s trash. But do I watch it anyway? Sometimes… because I love to see the protagonists’ outfits! I still wanted to share a post about the characters’ styles, since I know the show has a huge fanbase, even if I wouldn’t necessarily recommend the series as good TV (but of course, if you’re just looking to waste a bunch of time for the sake of seeking out fashion inspo, then by all means watch the show). Continue reading “Binge Worthy Fashion: The Ladies of “Riverdale””

Activities to Pass the Quaran-Time

staying busy, staying home, quarantine activities

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”