Hi all, sorry for the long absence. With senior year ominously pressing down on my shoulders and my social life booked, I haven’t found time to write anything substantial on here. With that said, though, I’ve got something good for ya now.
Summer Solstice is this weekend and to celebrate I’ve compiled a short list of some of my favorite summer products–both newly discovered and old favorites.
I wrote another one of those papers. That’s right, I wrote about something controversial and this time it was sex. I said it. Sex. Sex. Sex. For my senior research project, I am developing a sex education curriculum that benefits in preventing STIs and pregnancy among teenagers. You can read it below, and continue reading to learn about a podcast I was recently featured on.
I can’t think of anything else I love more than burning my favorite scented candles from Bath&BodyWorks but, unfortunately, all good things must come to an end. Once you’ve burned through your entire candle, you’re left with a clear, multipurpose jar that can be used for so many different things. From glitter to spray paint, the ideas are endless. In this article I’m going to teach you how to remove the leftover wax quickly and easily from an old candle in order to have a clean, usable jar left.
I did my friend’s makeup for prom, so here is a quick eye tutorial.
I was known as the girl with the long hair. Most people loved the length that took nearly five years to grow. It was only recently that I decided to chop it all off and these are the reasons why.