I recently teamed up with Glossier, a brand that sells both skincare and makeup products, to incorporate #glossierpink into my look. My mind immediately went to my Fujifilm Instax camera which I have been carrying around everywhere with me lately, trying to get lots of cute pics of my friends and I before we all go off to college. The outfit above is pretty representative of what I wear on a typical summer day when I’m out hanging out with friends.
Today, I’m wearing this fun printed dress from Forever 21 which is absolutely perfect for summer. Also on my left wrist I’m wearing a lobster claw bracelet from the Maine Bracelet Company, a jigsaw bracelet which I got from my college orientation, a pink bracelet from a twenty one pilots concert, and a red bracelet with pawprints also from my college orientation. And of course I’m “wearing” my beautiful Fujifilm Instax camera. I love the pale pink of this case. It’s absolutely gorgeous and goes with everything I own, which means it always looks good, no matter what I wear. I also opted for a no makeup and all natural hair because it’s summer and I want my skin to breathe.
I hope you liked reading about my outfit and you should check out Glossier because they have some pretty cool products!
I’m so so excited that summer is here and after pinning about a jillion summer bucket list things on Pinterest, I wanted to create a list of all the things I want to do this summer! Thank you to my inspirations from here, here, here, here, here, and especially here (this is a great one). Also, although I didn’t use it for inspiration, I really like this summer bucket list. Remember to check back here this summer for additions, completions (the ones that are crossed off), and links to blogposts! I plan on blogging a lot this summer! 🙂
- Create a summer memory box
- Go camping
- Have a board game night
- Go galactic bowling
Have a picnic
- Have a beach day
- Play lasertag
- Go to a drive in movie
- Have a water balloon fight
- Host a dinner party
- Fly a kite
- Go mini golfing
- Watch the sunrise
- Go geocaching
- Make s’mores
Go berry picking
- Have a scavenger hunt
- Make freshly squeezed lemonade
- Go on a hike (or a few)
- Host a cookout
- Read lots of books!!!
- Watch the sunset
- Watch the 2016 Olympics
- Take a roadtrip
- Perform a random act of kindness
- Visit a food truck
- Make frozen popsicles
- Visit Boston
- Get a massage
- Visit a state landmark
Eat something off this list
- Throw paint-filled eggs at a canvas
- Say yes to everything in one day
- Go to Magnum’s ice cream bar in New York
- Do a paint slip’n slide
- Go to First Friday in Portland
- Make a dress out of an old pair of overalls
Let me know in the comments below what’s on your bucket list this summer!
First off, sorry for the absolute longest title in the world, but I think it most accurately describes the post you’re about to read and the irony that goes with it.
I’ve never been the kind of person to make my bed everyday. It was just another step to go through in the morning and I never felt like I had the time to do something that was just going to get undone 14+ hours later. So I thought I would try to make one of those “I Did This and Here’s What Happened” posts to document my “changed” life and I actually wrote part of a post and took a couple of pictures:
Day 1: Not going to lie, I almost didn’t do it the first day. I was running super late for school and I didn’t want to take the time to do something that would just make me more late. However, in the end, my desire to create something interesting for this blog won over my desire to be at school on time and I made my bed. It took me a minute, tops, which was really surprising to me! When I make my bed after I wash my sheets, it takes me so long (about 5 minutes) and I expected it to take about the same amount of time in the morning. However, I was pleasantly surprised. To be honest, the sheets underneath the bedspread were not tucked in all that nicely, but the appearance of the bed looked nice and that’s all that matters right?? (Also, I left my throw pillows on the floor of my room so I wouldn’t say my bed making skills were 100% on this day.) Also, there’s something about a made bed that makes me want to keep my room a lot cleaner…
And that’s as far as I got… I didn’t make my bed on day 3 and then I just gave up for the rest of the week.
Lesson learned: In order to make something a habit you have to force yourself to do it for a while until it just becomes a natural part of your routine.
Maybe I’ll give another go at the whole bed making thing another time, but for now I’ll stick with the messy rooms and messy beds.