Let’s Celebrate Moms

Maker:L,Date:2017-9-22,Ver:5,Lens:Kan03,Act:Kan02,E-Y

You guys! Did you know that Mother’s Day is this Sunday? While I love the holiday and celebrating my much-deserving mom, I hate the timing of it. May is the busiest time of year for me (and probably most students) so I always feel like the holiday sneaks up before I can think of a great gift. Which is so unfair to all the mothers out there! That’s why giving an experience can sometimes be the best gift of all—you can think of it last minute without having to buy anything, and you get to make an awesome memory with your mother. Continue reading

Same Outfit, Different Sunnies

Maker:L,Date:2017-9-22,Ver:5,Lens:Kan03,Act:Kan02,E-Y

I don’t own a ton of pairs of sunglasses, but I do have enough to make a choice as to which pair to wear with certain outfits. Most normal people who aren’t completely obsessed with fashion only own one pair of sunglasses to wear with everything, which I completely understand. But since I recently bought two new sets and made a New Year’s Resolution to wear shades more often, I decided to do a little experiment. How big of a difference do sunglasses really make to your outfit? Continue reading

Say No to Senioritis

Maker:L,Date:2017-9-22,Ver:5,Lens:Kan03,Act:Kan02,E-Y

If you’re a senior in high school (or even college, for that matter), you’ve probably been battling a lack of motivation for the last few months—the dreaded senioritis. I get it, I feel it too. Even if you’re not a senior, it can be really hard as a student to find the motivation and focus to push through the last bit of the school year before entering summer break. I admit to having senioritis; I don’t want to do any of my homework and would rather add extra stress by procrastinating to the period before an assignment is do. Unfortunately, there’s not a whole lot I can tell myself to change my mindset, and there’s even less I can tell you to help get you back on track. But I do know this: senioritis comes from the monotony of doing the same thing over and over again each day. High school just gets old after doing it for four years. So while I may not be able to help you stay interested in keeping your grades up, I do have some fun ideas for breaking that tediousness and helping you enjoy your final time as a high schooler. Continue reading