I’ve come to realize that it’s been a year since I started this blog! When I first started blogging, I never knew I would like it as much as I do now. I never even thought it would get me as far as I am right now. To celebrate, I decided to share the love and present my 9 favorite bloggers! Most of them are college bloggers, but there are a few lifestyle ones too!
Am I the only one who loves answering those “about me” sort of questionnaires? I thought this post would be the perfect opportunity to do the same thing, only, on my own terms. 😉 I realized lately that I have not revealed that much about myself on this blog ever since I’ve started A Wanderer’s Adventures. I’m a bit more open on social media, but even there I’m not that open. I realized that not that many of you actually know me that well, and I thought this tag was the perfect opportunity for you to get to know the blogger behing the blog! So, buckle up because you’re in for 50 facts about me!
I hate to break it to you, but finals are coming.
*starts freaking out*
Okay, now let’s take a deep breath, because I got you covered! I have been through five semesters of finals, so I know how it feels to be overwhelmed
(and let’s not even talk about what if feels like to be an IB student in a girls’ private high school). I thought I would gather all of my knowledge and experience and prepare this finals survival guide.
Now, you don’t only want to get through your finals but to ace them! And this guide will help you do just that!
I’ve never been really good with money. I’ve only gotten my first job about two years ago, and my relationship with money has been a rocky road ever since. It’s either “I can’t spend anything I need to save up” or “Let’s spend a lot of money!” So this year, I want to take matter into my own hands and finally start acting like a grown up.
What is financial fitness?
Financial fitness is the same as regular fitness. Is your body healthy? Well, it’s the same with your bank account. Do you have any debts? Is more money coming out of your wallet than is going in? Those are a few things that you need to consider before declaring yourself financially fit.
I personally need to work on a few things before I can say that I have a healthy bank account. So here’s my financial fitness plan for 2016! View Post
Magnus Chase lost his mother in a terrible incident two years ago, and has been living on the streets of Boston ever since. He has seen his fair share of trouble, but never would he have thought that his life would take such a drastic turn. Until one of his relatives, Uncle Randolph, tracks him down and tells him about his birthright: a weapon that has been lost for thousands of years. Suddenly, Magnus’s life is full of gods of Asgard, wolves, and Doomsday. Sometimes, the only way to start a new life is to die.