Spring Break is quickly approaching, which means it's time to start planning those vacation ready pieces. I've compiled a list of all sorts of spring break necessities that you will want to make sure you pack into your suitcase. You'll be able to find everything from swimsuits, to accessories, to cover-ups right in this post.
I recently did a poll on my Instagram asking if any of my followers shopped on Amazon for fashion pieces. I was actually totally shocked by the outcome! So many people said they have never shopped on Amazon for clothes, don't get me wrong, I would have voted "NO" as well because I don't think of clothes when I shop Amazon. A ton many of my followers said they would be interested in seeing how clothes from Amazon actually looked, so I'm doing a post over 4 fashion items I bought from Amazon and what I like or dislike about them.
Oh how I love Valentine's day! I love all the shades of pink, the heart decor, and of course the candy. There's only like 3 times a year I binge on candy and one of those times is Valentines Day. I hope I'm not the only one who goes a little over board with the chocolates on Valentines Day.
Anyway, I wanted to share some easy tips on how to get a subtle Valentines Day look with some pieces you may already have in your closet.
There is nothing I love more than finding hair products that work so well with my hair. The struggle is finding a shampoo and conditioner that checks off multiple items on my hair must have list. You know, that list of things we want our products to do for our hair, like volume, or frizz control, or repairs damaged ends. Luckily, the search for finding a product that checks off all of our must haves is finally over!
Winter is here for just a little longer, which means I am still bundling up when I walk out that door if the temps are below like 60. I am not a fan of cold weather, but it does give me an excuse to break out some of favorite winter coats since they've been packed away all year.
Every year I set goals for myself. I used to refer the these goals as "new year resolution". In fact you probably have set some for yourself a well. I decided this year I'm ditching the idea of calling these tasks "new year resolutions" and call them "goals" instead. Mainly because when I say I have a new years resolution I know here in just a few weeks I'll be waving goodbye to all those things I said I would do all year long, plus I hate getting that " yeahhhh righttttt" look from people when I say I'm really going to stick to it this year.