Let’s be real here for a hot sec. While I’m all excited for the holidays and I love my time traveling abroad, let’s not forget something that is really important for us college students: finals are coming.
Since I’ve been abroad, I have kind of forgotten about the college aspect of it. I mean, I know it’s called studying abroad, but let’s be honest for a second: the best part of it is not studying. Yes, I do go to my classes, but I’m always planning my next weekend getaway. I tend to push school aside for the sake of traveling. But now, I’ve started to receive a ton of assignments for the remaining of my time abroad, and I can’t put it off any longer. After all, I need to pass my classes if I want to keep my scholarship and graduate on time!
But one thing that I have realized since I’ve been in college (and particularly since I’ve been in England), it’s that when I have too many things to do, I tend to procrastinate. I push away all work and watch some shows on Netflix instead… until I no longer can.
We talked about it quickly in this month’s email newsletter (by the way, sign up here for tips to become the best college student ever!), but I thought I would share with you some productivity tips that have been helping me get ish done lately! View Post
I’m a firm believer that an organized life means an easy life. I mean, there is nothing worse than running late and not being able to this very specific item that you need right now. We’ve all been there, am I right? And some more often than others (#me *cough* *cough*). Life is just so much better when you know where everything is and you don’t have to rummage your room to find what you’re looking for.
A few weeks ago, I was approached by a publishing company to talk about Organizing For Your Lifestyle: Adaptable Inspirations from Socks to Suitcase by Jane Stoller. This book is a bible for any organization freak. It contains a ton of organization tips to help you organize every area of your life: closet, kitchen, bathroom, travel, and even books! It’s all thought out to make your life simpler and easier. View Post
When I came to England, I expected every corner of every street to feel like I was straight out of a Harry Potter movie. I mean, what else is there to see in England? (answer: a LOT.) But I soon realized that England is not simply Harry Potter, Sherlock Holmes, and Jane Austen (though they are very important). England goes way back. As far back as the Roman Empire! And Bath is the perfect example of what England must have looked like back in the Roman days. Here’s my full travel guide to Bath and how you can spend a weekend exploring this beautiful city!
After asking you on Twitter what you wanted to see next, you guys voted for another life update, so here we are! October has been quite the busy month for me on all fronts. So let’s dive into it!
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Ever since I’ve been abroad, my hormones have been acting up. My hair becomes greasy faster, I am either super hungry or really not… and that’s just the beginning.
But, surprisingly, there’s one thing that hasn’t seem to be affected by the English weather: my skin. I still have the same soft skin with barely any blemishes or imperfections. I have a friend whose skin doesn’t seem to be liking the English weather, and I’m so glad that this isn’t my situation.
It’s been a hot sec since I wrote a skincare routine post (over two years… whaat?), but since I don’t use most of the products I’ve mentioned in that post anymore, I thought it was due for an update. I’ve also purchased new products recently and I’m absolutely loving them, so I thought I would share them with you guys. View Post