What’s in my School Bag

I remember on my very first day of college I pretty much packed my whole life into my backpack. Looking back, I really was a mess. I had a 5 subject notebook, a huge planner, a pencil pouch, a laptop, and some other stuff I didn’t need. Thankfully, I’ve gotten pretty good at only packing the necessities. For today’s post, I wanted to share what I typically carry in my bag. Electronics MacBook Air I carry my laptop everywhere. Mostly because…

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Meet Asherah

The Adoption If you follow me on IG you know that my significant other and I have adopted a dog. We’ve been talking about it for a while, although I will say, we didn’t plan for it to happen so soon. I was at work on Thursday when my boyfriend sent me a link to the adoption profile of this other cute dog. This dog happened to be in Tennesse and the adoption fee was through the roof. Needless to say,…

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Must Haves for College Students

I was looking back at some of my blog posts from Senior year and couldn’t help but laugh. During that time, I fell into a rabbit hole of college blogs that suggested I needed this thing and that thing. When I went dorm shopping for the first time, I bought a lot of stuff I didn’t need. As far as organization, I did way too much too. After a while, it all got overwhelming. Now that I’m almost done with college, I’ve…

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For The [Forgetful]: When the Planner isn’t Enough

This post is for all of the students that begin the semester using a perfectly organized planner, then suddenly… stop. I want you to know that I see you and you’re not alone. When I first started college, my favorite thing about the new school was picking out a new planner. I’m talking about the pricey planners too (Day Designer, Ban.do, etc.). Sophomore year, I was given the Class Tracker which I used a lot more (probably because it was super practical). The…

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Links I Love [1.13.19]

I was able to get some reading done before the semester starts and I ran across some pretty interesting articles. Life 5 Best Apps for Roommate Harmony by Michelle Brandstetter I found this one on my Pinterest feed. It lists so many great apps for people living in shared spaces. I made sure I saved it to my “apartment” board so I can refer to it later. What Millennial Parents are getting right with their jet fighter parenting style by Kevyn…

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