Alright so I have debated between making this a video and making it a blog post, so today I am finally doing it, and I am doing both! I usually don’t talk about this kind of thing on my blog, but it actually relates to travel in a way, so click this video and watch it and see how, but I’m gonna explain it a little first, and what made me decide to talk about this. I am going to turn this into a series and post essentially a devotional every thursday and then I will move my fashion post to monday and travel post will just go up when they go up! : ) Now lets get into this.
CMA Festival was super amazing, but due to copy right issues, the footage in the VLOG is all from our adventures through town before and after. The last two years I have ended up working CMA fest, but this year, was the first time I got to go into the festival and actually get dressed up for it. CMA Fest takes place in Nissan Stadium in downtown Nashville, and its an absolute blast, there are shows all over Nashville at several different stages. It is an event that the whole city gets in on even if they don’t have tickets to the big part of the show.
The Hot Air Balloon Festival was quite the adventure, and if ya want to hear more about it, scroll down a bit to my last blog post, or click this link!
For now, just click this video and enjoy the vlog. While you are at it, you are welcome to Like and Subscribe. : )
A Hot Air Balloon Festival has been on my bucket list for quite some time and this past weekend I finally got to check that off the list! Today I’m gonna share my hot air balloon experience with y’all and links to my outfit and the products that made my experience so much better of course!
Fashion Friday! There are some sweet sales in this post!
Lately I have been going through my closet and trying to find new ways to pair clothing items I already own into new outfits. It’s actually a lot harder than you would think. Sometimes it’s easy to match a shirt with a pair of shoes, but then you don’t have the right pants or bra or accessories to make the outfit work. In these cases, I have been trying to buy thrift clothes insted of new clothes. So every friday, I am going to post a Thrifty Friday. My goal will be to share with you several of my go to thrift bought pieces and how they can be paired with just about anything!
I am officially done with my first year of college so now its time for all my wild summer adventures to begin. Or at least I hope it is… This is how my summer has started! [Read more…]
I’ve seen ROMWE review videos online and find them super interesting, they’ve somewhat became a tag for youtubers and fashion bloggers. Some people get really awesome clothng, but some get completely scammed, so I have decided to try if for myself! I ordered several items from the site Romwe and not only and I doing the typical haul, but I’m wearing the clothes a whole week and am gonna review how they hold up!
The semester is coming to an end. With only a month left, I thought I would do a post that is somewhat like the college updates I have done all year. But this time it’s just going to be a general review of my Freshman year of college!
What better way to do that, then to share the 10 most important lesons/ things I have learned in my first year of college?!
Money is not something college students have a lot of, but it is a time when you are at an age with freedom to take road trips alone, so its helpful to know all the tips and tricks of saving money on a road trip. But don’t get me wrong, this post isn’t just for college students. These tips are useful for anyone new to road trips.
Recently three of my best friends and I took a road trip to Arizona for less than $300 a person!
Keep in mind, I spent around $250 over the course of the week. I spent about $80 on gas and the rest of my money was spent on food and souvenirs. My friend Taylor drives a prius so she gets great gas mileage. That is how we saved money on gas. But I will share other ways of how to save money so don’t worry about that one if you don’t have a hybrid car.