What’s good right now

Sometimes as humans we can start to feel stressed, down or get in a slump. This can happen after we have bad days, bad weeks, bad months and today I thought it would be great to come on here and talk about all that is going right! Continue reading

6 Things to do this weekend


1. Go to Target with a friend or loved one

Target is such a fun place to be! Going with a friend is pretty much an adventure. Maybe you wanna look at all of the cool new things, maybe you need a new outfit or some shoes for the low!


2. Have a sleepover

Sleepovers are always fun! Invite a cousin, friend, best friend, boyfriend. Have a great time, eat some pizza, paint each other’s nails. Watch a funny movie!


3. Wash your sheets with extra fabric softener
I do this a lot! Sometimes I add some extra softener to make my sheets smell really good. This helps me relax and also just makes me feel really good in my bed!


4. Organize your room/ Closet

Organizing your room can help a lot with staying on top of school work because you know where everything is and it makes your time that much easier! A clean room/ closet can also really help with finding an outfit without feeling like you have nothing to wear!


5. Go to a farmer’s market

I love going to some of the little farmer’s markets around my house and pretty soon strawberry picking will be open. Me and my dad do this every year and we make some great memories doing it! Tr it out with some friends or family!


6. Call a loved one

I usually call my grandpa. He lives kinda far, so I try to call him as often as I can. My gramps is soo funny and I love him dearly. Something that I love about him is that he’s always ready to tell me an awesome story or two.

7 Study Tips To Help You Ace The Class

I’m finishing up my second year in college now and I have gotten pretty good at studying (if I do say so myself). I’ll be sharing some of my favorite study tips with you all in hopes that they will help you!

1. Plan ahead

Planning ahead really helps with not procrastinating. So, write it all out!!! For example, if you have 10 assignments due this week, plan to do 2 each day and do the hardest assignments first. That way if you end up needing help, you have time to ask your instructor or go to tutoring.

2. Leave Lazy room for yourself

Sometimes when we have so much to do it becomes overwhelming. So, if we follow the first step with planning everything out, we can have days off in between. Personally, I leave the weekends open for myself!!

3. Tutoring

Many colleges offer free tutoring because it is included in your tuition!! Many public schools offer free tutoring as well! I know this may seem like a simple tip, but this helps me tremendously!! I seriously passed stats because of tutoring. Try it out if you are struggling.

4. Make flash cards

This may not be everyone’s learning style, but give it a shot and see if it helps you. I have aced many exams (including math) due to my flash cards!

5. DO NOT overwork yourself

If you procrastinate and leave too much of your work for one or two nights, you will be over worked! Then you will be burnt out for the next couple of days, which will then lead to doing the same thing. Break the cycle and pace yourself.

6. Snack and water breaks

I love when I give myself snack breaks because it is something to look forward to when studying. Drink lots of water gives me more bathroom breaks. I know that when I have a load of work in front of me and I allow myself to take a break, eat, drink, use the bathroom, I am less cranky and I can work for a longer period of time

7. Organize your space

 Organization is key to success (my opinion). I have all of my pens in one cup, pencils in another cup, chargers in and E.L.F makeup box and my textbooks in a stack under my bed. This is what works best for me in my space, you can do what I do or create your own system! Knowing where everything is when you go to do your school work makes life much easier.