Today I’ll be sharing with you guys some of the thing I can’t live without while I’m in college. :) This isn’t a comprehensive to-buy list but rather just some college and dorm room essentials that may be less talked about or likely forgotten. Hope this is helpful for some of you and be sure to check out my youtube channel! (more…)
Priscilla is happy being a successful, single, business woman. Or is she?
With her best friend’s wedding approaching, she finds herself constantly daydreaming about romance with perfect men – doctors, firemen, secret agents, sexy chefs. Aiming for perfection, she tries to ignore an ordinary guy she sees every day and makes her feel… something.
When perfection finally comes, she finds herself torn between her dreams and the reality. Perhaps dreamy perfection is just not something that ticks all her boxes. Are couples supposed to be perfect or are average relationships the stuff of life? (more…)
this video was made in conjunction with the video on my youtube channel. c: It’s not exactly the same as this post has more information, but it has similar main ideas.
It is now almost the end of summer, which means back to school time for most of us who are still college-aged. I can now almost officially call myself a college sophomore, so I want to impart some of my newfound “wisdom” now that I’m no longer a wide-eyed, bushy tailed freshman. (more…)
‘Jean Gill has captured the innermost thoughts of this magnificent animal.’ Les Ingham, Pyr International
By IPPY and Global Ebook Award Winner Jean Gill A dog’s life in the south of France. From puppyhood, Sirius the Pyrenean Mountain Dog has been trying to understand his humans and train them with kindness.
How this led to their divorce he has no idea. More misunderstandings take Sirius to Death Row in an animal shelter, as a so-called dangerous dog learning survival tricks from the other inmates. During the twilight barking, he is shocked to hear his brother’s voice but the bitter-sweet reunion is short-lived. Doggedly, Sirius keeps the faith.
One day, his human will come.
This book, wow. A lot of times I like to stay within my comfort zone of reading YA/Historical Fiction/Realistic Fiction/New Adult novels, because with the limited time I have to read, I want to always pick something that I enjoy, and those are the “tried and true,” genres for me. It’s just much easier to find something I like there. That said, Someone to Look Up To far exceeded my expectations. (more…)
A little bit of a different post this week but in conjunction with my youtube video on my makeup essentials :)
I started wearing makeup at around the end of high school, and since my mom never wore any, I was completely perplexed on what to buy/get–is a finishing powder absolutely necessary for wearing makeup? What exactly does eyeliner do? If I just put on this peach colored blush, will I look weird? Can I substitute foundation with BB cream? Do I really need seven different types of brushes? (more…)