It’s been a crazy day, folks. Haha, Sera, it’s been a crazy two weeks- I managed to finish and photograph this September bujo setup all today. I’ve been planning it and thinking about what I wanted to do with it for a couple months – and it was definitely worth it. I am so pleased with how the theme turned out!
If you’re interested in watching the process of this month’s spread, head over to my Pinterest! I’ll be posting them this week.
I am stressed. I’ve had the entirety of 5 months to prepare for my senior year and yet I feel more unprepared than ever. College applications are looming, scholarship deadlines seem to be flying towards me, ACT and SAT prep is overwhelming and my schedule seems to be packed with important dates.
Today was the first day of school and to be honest with you, I’m already exhausted. I apologize in advance; my blogging schedule is going to switch up at least for August. Now that school has started, I’m going to shoot for one post every two weeks… but I hope I can get two in.
While I’ve had a tiring couple of weeks, I hit a really cool milestone! A couple weeks ago, I switched my Pinterest account to a business one and started uploading videos of my bullet journal. Yesterday I hit 100K monthly viewers! Thank you guys for everything.
I’ve been pretty overwhelmed but I wanted to post something to let you all know I’m not dead nor have I forgotten about you. Aaaand I recently painted my first ever portrait; here are some pictures!
Quick PSA: Go check out Arena from the blog From a stranger to you for inspiring me to make this post. I’ve been reading the beautiful poems she writes and the deep meaning of her posts and have fallen in love. To put it simply; I wanted to copy. Haha, I’m just kidding; if I attempted to copy that eloquence I would fail miserably. BUT I decided I would like to attempt my own version of her style of art.
I love reading the type of posts that describe a memory with feeling and emotion. I love it when I can imagine myself in the exact scene described and I love it when it makes me feel nostalgic. I’m excited to share my loves with you guys so let’s go 🙂
Everyone; school starts for me this month. How crazy is that? I feel like the summer was really long but also really short at the same time. Anyway, I can’t seem to figure out whether I’m upset that school is starting or happy… my emotions are everywhere:’D Either way, I’m excited to be finishing up high school and moving on.
The theme I used as inspiration for this month mostly came from Pinterest! I thought it was super adorable and fit into a classic sophisticated rose gold aesthetic🌷
Guys. It has been so long since I’ve done a photography/travel post on here! It is loooooong overdue. This last week my family took a trip up to see my uncle and aunt (while social distancing) in Montana. My dad is planning a backpacking trip so we ended up doing a lot of hiking and running. I’ll explain more as we get into the pictures, but the scenery was gorgeous!
I can’t believe it is already June!! Honestly, it felt like the shortest month of the year. Well, the end of this month has been pretty busy for me. We headed up to Montana to see some family (a picture post coming soon:))) and I had to do some intricate planning to make sure I got this post out in a timely manner. Otherwise, it’s been a pretty uneventful month. I’ve been trying to cram in some ACT prep and tennis to be ready for the upcoming school year. How was June for you guys?
Anyway, I did some more drawing for my July theme – I hope you enjoy!
I’ve been conflicted as to whether I wanted to post more about BlackLives Matter here on my blog. I decided I’ll make sure to include links in my intro so you can make sure to support the movement. Find your voice and inspire others to find theirs.
I actually started working on this post in the beginning of May – I came across an article written by a girl who was talking about how using a capsule wardrobe changed her life. And here we are.
I am so excited to share with you all this week’s post – I actually planned and scheduled a post for once. I know. The world might be ending. (probably shouldn’t joke about that… it literally could with the state of everything…)
I got really great feedback from my May bujo setup and decided to post my June setup as well. I am super happy with how the theme came out and hope you guys love it as much as I do:)
I finally got around to making a bullet journal post! I’ve been bullet journaling for about 5 months – I asked for a blackout bullet journal last year for Christmas. It was my first bullet journal and I can say that I’m in love!
Before I get started, I want to thank Jasmin at thewriterofletters.com for inspiring me to finally get this bullet journal post going… please go check out all her amazing bullet journal posts:)
I am so excited to share this post with you! I’ve been working on it for a few days now, and I think my patience has payed off. I guess we’ll see:) So a little bit on my inspiration for this post… I’ve been seeing so many people with Hydroflasks around and thought it would be cool to make it really unique. Then I started seeing people painting their bottles on Pinterest and thought that was genius!! So this is my tutorial on how to paint your water bottle. I hope you guys will enjoy this way to make your water bottle different!
Really quickly before we start, I wanted to thank you all for 50 amazing followers!!! You guys are amazing and I love blogging because of it:) I’m still deciding on what type of post I want to do to celebrate, so hang in there. Alright. I think that’s it! Enjoy!