Forgive my shameless cute dog photo, what can I say #dogmom. But, it's that time again folks.... Book Haul time! I know, I know - I did not need new books. Mainly because I haven't even finished reading the ones from the last haul or stayed on top of my reading challenge, but I'm a … Continue reading March Book Haul
What is better than perfume? Being able to try out different scents without the large upfront investment. There's nothing worse than paying $70 for a full bottle realizing it gives you a headache after 3 uses, such a waste. And that is the best thing about this service, you pay $15/month (with the ability to … Continue reading Scentbird. Worth the hype?
Goodness what a month February has been - between work and just life in general I haven't had much time to stay on top of the blog and reading. I pinky promise to do better in March. Reviews - only 3 books read....ouch! Remember Mia - Favorite Book of the Month The Hand That Feeds … Continue reading Monthly Wrap Up//February
For such a short month, it seemed to drag on and on - it was a rough one and I've fallen a bit behind on blogging and way behind on my reading challenge. But no worries, it'll come together! Now, lets get into some February favorites. Bio-Peel Lemon Gauze Peel: This shit is the … Continue reading February Favorites
It happens in a second. Sometimes in a millisecond. You aren’t stunned as much as you are completely unprepared and confused, but at the same time, it all just clicks. Then you begin to realize, that this is the new truth. And life will be forever different. So the real question is, when reality slaps … Continue reading That lovely moment when reality bitch slaps you in the face.
I love animals. I would have a giant farm and rescue center in my back yard if it was feasible. But, because I'm no high roller - I will have to settle for my dreams of visiting these many animal adventures. Let's consider this my animal bucket list. Otter Swim at Nurtured by Nature … Continue reading 12 Adventures – An Animal Lover’s Dream
“Beckford is not a suicide spot. Beckford is a place to get rid of troublesome women.” Summary: The book is centered in the small British town of Beckford, more particularly the river in Beckford. This river was nicknamed "The Drowning Pool" due to multiple deaths from women falling or jumping from the overhanging cliffs above. The local … Continue reading Reading Challenge: Week 6 – Into the Water
I have had my fair share of roommates and about 98% of them were absolute terrors. Throughout my college and early grad life it seemed like I was constantly moving and experienced some truly unique craziness from the various people I had lived with. The plan is to post a new story to this series every so often and share … Continue reading Story Time: Roommate Series Part II
There is so much hype around graduating college. Sure, we're taught that it is a necessity in the ever growing world and that if you ever wanted to make something of yourself, then you just went. Growing up you're taught that it is such a big deal and that life is so much easier after graduation. We all just blindly fill … Continue reading Both feet planted on the ground, well kinda…
“How many sociopaths does it take to change a lightbulb? One. He holds the bulb while the world revolves around him.” Summary: Morgan, a psychology student, is finishing her thesis on victimology, recently engaged and everything seems to be on the up & up. That is until she arrives home one day to find her … Continue reading Reading Challenge: Week 5 – The Hand That Feeds You