I suppose we have our own definitions of what exactly an ‘indulgence’ is. For me, it’s when I spend more than I normally would- could be just a touch, could be a lot. I’d feel a little guilty after, but it’s worth it most of the time.
A while ago, my best friend mentioned how she got an email from her past self on futureme.org. She suggested I give it a try, so let’s do this together!
* sings You Can Go Your Own Way*
You know those types of movies that you can watch multiple times without going “wow, this is actually not that good”? During this prime couch-potatoing season, I’ll be sharing some movies that I never get sick of.
With not much else going on at this time, I’m probably not the only person who’s been browsing a lot online. This got me thinking about how my purchasing habits and what I’ve learned about mine.
Admittedly, I started blogging without any solid goals in mind. Aside from having something to show for myself, I didn’t know where I wanted to take this. And I’m still trying to figure a direction out. However, blogging has helped me in ways I didn’t expect.
I was just joking around about my laziness lately…anyone else indulging in some procrastination?
We all need a little extra strength boost in these times.
I’ve been taking better care of my hair since chopping it three years ago. This week, I’ll be sharing some products I’ve enjoyed enough to repurchase.
I love sparkly things and bling. But I don’t have the patience to keep a huge jewelry collection or match my accessories to my outfit everyday. Here’s how I’ve been accessorizing my life with minimum effort.