The Raddest Simple Summer Pasta

I feel like I was born in the wrong country because I could eat pasta and bread every day if I could. Ask my family. Spaghetti and meatballs was my favorite dish growing up. I could eat spaghetti literally four nights in a row. The first time I met my boyfriend's parents, he asked me … Continue reading The Raddest Simple Summer Pasta

Travel Abroad Beauty Essentials

After three trips to Europe and an upcoming trip to Hawaii, I thought I'd share my traveling abroad beauty essentials that I CANNOT travel without. I'm all about options, so narrowing down to NECESARY beauty products is a challenge for me, but after many attempts, I've managed to muster up a master list for packing … Continue reading Travel Abroad Beauty Essentials

Simple Summer Breakfast

I'd like to think of myself as a morning and night person. I could wake up at 7am and I could sleep at midnight. I credit a productive an alert day to a healthy satisfying breakfast to kick off the morning. This is my favorite breakfast honestly year round, but for Summer this meal is … Continue reading Simple Summer Breakfast

A Series of Cities in Spain

Sangria was my best friend in Spain. Being my third trip to Europe, my recent trip to Spain reminded me just why I love to come back! Filled with beautiful sightseeing and drinking, there's not much to complain about in Spain. Here's the breakdown of the series of cities I visited, what I saw and … Continue reading A Series of Cities in Spain

5 Thoughts on Graduating

I've been dealt a pretty crazy hand of cards during the last four years, but I have no doubt I played the hell out of them. There's nothing that prepares you for real world sh*t like college does so as the semester (and my college career) comes to a end, I wanted to reflect on … Continue reading 5 Thoughts on Graduating

3 Things I’ve learned from my Mother(s)

Happy Mother's Day! With a love nothing and no one can compare to, mothers are the gift that keeps on giving! They teach us valuable lessons and in some sepcial ways we mirror their behavior, their habits, their style (sometimes), their beauty hacks, basically everything! For daughters, there is truly no role model comparable. For … Continue reading 3 Things I’ve learned from my Mother(s)

Curve Your Relationship With Food

If you're a big foodie, like me, then you're not just a snack person. You're a meal person, too. You're a savory and a sweets person. You love to eat out and you love to cook and dine in. If you're an extreme foodie, you probably have a separate food instagram (like me) or a … Continue reading Curve Your Relationship With Food

How to Develop Time-Management Skills

I hate being late. I hate it when people are late. I hate it when I am running even a minute late. It gives me a crazy amount of anxiety when I'm late or when people are late. And I don't mean half an hour late. I mean when people show up like an hour … Continue reading How to Develop Time-Management Skills

Personal Skin Misconceptions

This post is literally addressing the title: Personal Skin Misconceptions that I am personally tired of hearing and have been fed up with growing up. I'm also going to be talking about some personal skin facts I don't even like to discuss with my close friends so get ready for some raw realness. First, I … Continue reading Personal Skin Misconceptions