Some of us are just getting back to school and others are trying to figure out the real world (*raises hand* on the real world here). I have been using my Passion Planner for over a year now and have just purchased my second one, so I am re-writing/ editing this post that I wrote in October to break down what I truly love about this planner now that I have officially broken it in. I have also tried the Happy Planner for those of you interested in that, check it out here! Read More »
Some people are more productive in the mornings and others, nighttime. I am far from a morning person, but either way, I believe that productivity is an all day affair. Being productive before bed is actually a huge way in getting yourself set up for success the next day. Productivity can be a scary word for some, especially in the sentence involving the word “bed”, but this isn’t scary, it is actually a way to get the most out of every day and get yourself ready for the next. Read More »
Let’s be honest, I’m not the only one who loves a good Netflix series, especially one that doesn’t make you feel so bad for not being productive and binge watching a new show. These five Netflix shows I have completed (except one that I just started) and binged, some while writing papers, some while writing blogs, and sometimes as a way to avoid said obligations. Read More »
Every summer, heck, even every day, it is important to take a minute, sit back, and remember the small things in life. The small things are what make life truly special. A little while back, I made this post with some small things that I find Joy in and I have been in need of this little brain dump of joy again. SO, here are 31 small things to find joy in this summer. Be sure to let me know what some of yours are in the comments or if you agree with any of mine!Read More »
Happy Fourth of July! 🇺🇸I am currently working a lovely lunch shift and will be following up with a fun trip to the brewery! I thinking some 888 Blueberry Lemonades to end my day!
What happened in June!
+Getting in the groove with Nantucket blACKbook
+Did Beach Clean Ups! “Only leave footprints behind”
+Got my Astrology read
+Had a staycation at Harborview Nantucket
+My boyfriend came to visit!Read More »
Skin in the summer is rather a curse or a blessing. I’d like to think I have pretty good skin to start with; I have few breakouts, my skin doesn’t get super dry or super greasy (most of the time) and because I’m in my early twenties, aging isn’t my biggest concern right now. I find though, in the dead of winter and the height of the summer, I do find myself struggling with different areas of skin care.
Here are a few problems I find myself having in the summer:Read More »
I love following food accounts on Instagram. They give me insights on food, body positivity, mindfulness, and recipes. When I see healthy food that looks delicious and beautiful, it has me craving healthy food, instead of junk food and being able to see them when I scroll through Instagram gets me in the healthy, sunkissed state of mind.Read More »
Forget the chips and sandwiches and try something new! Going to the beach usually means you are going for a few hours, not just for a little bit. For some, it’s an all day affair! Packing snacks is always hard because chips aren’t the healthiest choice, fruit can get boring and sandwiches aren’t always everything you hope and dream them to be. Over my time that I’ve been going to the beach, so my whole life, I’ve found some different and fun beach snacks that can please all parties!
Goals are something that we always say we need and then never get around to creating or even just writing down, tracking and following. I personally need a goal, at being better at setting and tracking my goals. When creating goals, I find a few things are super helpful! Read More »
As some of you may know, my mom passed away about four years ago from Cancer. My mom was the best role model, my best friend and best therapist for both my friends and myself. Every year, mother’s day has been a hard day for me and this year, I graduated college and all I wanted was her to be there. This was extremely difficult for, basically for months beforehand and I can imagine this feeling will still be here for awhile. This post itself was even really hard to write, as I probably cried like six times just jotting down notes. I do find this post to be completely necessary because just because your mom has passed away, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t celebrate.