Hello lovelies! As much as we all dread interviews, they are apart of getting a job and we all have to go through it. Taking time to prepare for your interview among other things is key to getting the job.You also won't feel as nervous as opposed to if you didn't prepare. My last interview was for my internship and even though I was nervous, I was sure that I could answer pretty much any question thrown my way. The interview ended up being really relaxed and I got the position!
It's only been spring for 5 days and it snowed yesterday. What a let down. Nonetheless I'm trying to stay positive and hope for some warmer weather. Honestly 60 would be nice. This summer is the semester that I graduate and I would love to travel for a couple weeks before going straight into working full-time. That would be such a nice graduation gift to myself. If I could go absolutely anywhere I would go to Spain, London, and Hawaii. Right now I'm going to stick with places that are more realistic for me and my budget. One day though, it will happen!
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I know many of you will be going on a much needed spring break from school. Mine is over, and I sadly didn't get to go anywhere extravagant. I get a little jealous when I hear that people are going to Las Vegas, or Florida, but I'm still happy for them. Staying home doesn't have to be completely boring. You can have you're very own staycation wherever you live. Here are some of my ideas.
Hello beautiful people! If you've read a few of my previous posts then you know I love to decorate! There are just too many DIYs to try and not enough space in my room. Pinterest is hands down the biggest reason I am always changing my room up. I wanted to do a DIY canopy because the canopy I purchased doesn't work at my apartment. The ceiling is sadly too low. I hope you all like!
White Panels (or whatever color you prefer)
Fairy lights (optional)
Measure how far apart you want the hooks to be and apply them to the wall. These adhesives need to set for 24 hours before using them.
If you have fairy lights, string them from the bottom of one side, to the op of the curtain, and down the other side. My fairy lights sadly ended up being too short.
Apply your curtains to the rods and you're all done!
This has to be one the easiest and cheapest ways to make your room ten times prettier!
Have A Wonderful Day!
Hello everybody! Since spring is right around the corner I was inspired to do a DIY with the season in mind. The one thing that comes to mind when I think of spring is flowers! After months and months of seeing nothing but snow, it's a nice change of scenery. This DIY is so simple and you can use these flowers to make your own unique creations. This can also be fun project with friends and family. While your making these, try to add your own personal touches! Adding gems, glitter,or anything else can take these to the next level.
Hello everyone! So this year I have bought so many journals and notebooks. I am the type of person that needs to make lists and has to write everything down. This is an easy, and affordable way to put your personal touch on your journal/notebook covers.
Begin by gathering stickers, decorative paper, decals, glue, and a hole puncher if necessary.
My decorative supplies came as a set from HobbyLobby for 5.99.
My notebook is from Target and was on clearance for $3.00.
You can remove the original cover, and use a hole puncher on the paper you chose to reattach to it. I just glued mine over since I don't have a hole puncher. Any excess paper that is hanging off can be folded over for a clean edge.
Before applying anything to the actual cover, play around with your design on a plain piece of paper. Don't be afraid to get creative! You won't have to worry about messing up so have fun! Once you're satisfied begin applying to the cover.
Now you have a one of a kind journal cover!
Have A Wonderful Day!
Hello lovelies. I cannot believe it's March and spring is right around the corner! I cannot wait, because the winter blues is really starting to get to me. Around this time is when I want to renovate my bedroom for the season. Simple changes can make all the difference in the design of a room.
Hello lovelies! Once again I was given the opportunity to review some wonderful products by InstaNatural. You can check out some of my previous reviews here and here.