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How often have you found, day of, that there is absolutely nothing to make? During Superbowl Sunday I found the best way to spice up a normal recipe. Believe it or not, they’re actually easier to make than normal brownies! I find that putting a different spin on this dessert makes it look like you put a lot more effort in than you actually did. Just keep reading to see how they’re made!
And if you end up making these brownie donuts let me know, or pin any of the pictures on pinterest to add to your favorite asthetic.
Continue reading “20 Minute Donuts”
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I’m sitting in front of the computer for the second time today desperately trying to find the motivation to write a paper. But searching “pink aesthetic” into Pinterest is so much more interesting and enjoyable than that. while not doing this paper, I stumbled upon some inspiration for today’s post. So to continue this procrastination train, I wanted to share some words about my dad since his birthday is on Saturday and I’ve been reflecting on our relationship lately.
Continue reading “Lessons From My Dad”
Sounds ambitious I know, but I realized that it was actually a lot easier once I laid down some rules and motivation. Did I go to the gym every single day? Absolutely not! But, I did find that was my favorite type of workout! The other days? a mix of at home videos, runs outside and just plain skipping the gym. Here’s my experience after a challenge of 30 days of working out.
Continue reading “I Worked Out for 30 Days and this is What Happened”
Finally January has come to an end. I feel like this month dragged on for such a long time. But, with this long month came lots of books read and some new habits that were cultivated. Read below to see what I loved this month.
Continue reading “January Favorites”
I think this was one of my most productive January’s I’ve ever had. By having not only yearly goals, but monthly ones as well, I feel these accomplishments more tangible. Remember how I said I would go to the gym every day? Keep reading to see how I did in the month of January, and also to peak at what my goals are for the upcoming month.
Continue reading “February Goals & January Recap”
It’s been a horrible, no good, very bad day…
My mom says some days are like that.
You know the kind of days that I’m talking about. You arrived late to class, your coffee was somehow burnt and watered down at the same time, your group presentation is due soon and none of your team members are talking, and to top it all off your schedule is jam packed.
We’ve all been there.
Continue reading “Turning a Bad Day Around”
Because of the new semester, I spent the day cleaning out my Google Drive folders and creating a new one for the semester. As one does when cleaning is involved, I got distracted and stumbled upon a file named Due May 2018. I thought it was a misplaced file since it was in my personal folder but then I remember: this was a bucket list I made my freshman year of college. Continue reading “I Found my College Bucket List from Freshman Year”
Earlier this week I talked about my resolutions and goals for the year 2018. But, I also wanted to do a set of goals for each month. This way I can separate my goals from my resolutions, dedicate certain months to certain goals, and add any goals that have come up throughout the year. Maybe it will be a monthly blog post where I share my goals for that month? Let me know if you would like to see that! But for now, here are my goals that I want to accomplish in January.
Continue reading “My Goals for the Month of January”
The goals post is finally here! I didn’t want to send this out on the first of the month because I really wanted to take the time to sit down and decide what I want to accomplish in 2018. So if you are nosy like me (personally these are my favorite types of posts!) then just keep reading. I’ll be going over:
- my goals
- my resolutions
- my monthly goals
- and my word of the year
Continue reading “My Goals for 2018”
“By the year 2050 there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish.” If that doesn’t scare you, make you disappointed, or create some kind of reaction, I don’t know what will. There are so many sickening proofs that desperately demand humans to take action. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch, the glaciers that are shrinking, animals that are dying, coral that is disappearing. I could go on and on.
I’ll always been passionate about the environment and have taken environmental classes for years now (almost got that environmental minor). And I wanted to create a resolution that reflected that passion. For 2018 I have pledged to #stopsucking and I want to tell you all why you should too.
Continue reading “It’s Time for Everyone to #Stopsucking”