Hey guys! This is my Real Talk series where I interview real people about their experiences and situations. Today I'm talking with Melissa from Elephant on the Road. She's a 23-year-old graduate who's in a (very) long distance relationship. She lives in Santiago de Chile and her boyfriend, Keith, lives in Miami Florida.
It's summer which means I'm taking the time to conquer my massive reading list! If you couldn't tell from my profile image I love reading; but it can be hard to afford brand new hard backs all the time.
It's insane to think about how I've been blogging for the past four years. I originally started this blog as a portfolio my senior year of high school. I had this love of graphic design, and shared quotes and backgrounds to show off my design skills. I soon found out I also have a love of sharing advice to college women. So I became The College Girl Daily and shared college lifestyle advice for career-minded women.
We are thisclose to the end of semester, and I am so pumped to finally relax a bit. I've got some really exciting things in the works in May and can't wait to show off all the work I've been doing.
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What is up you guys, today I'm trying something new that I've really been researching for awhile now. I love watching bullet journal and planner videos online, but I can never really find anyone with a similar style to my own. Today I'm sharing my bullet journal flip through. Check it out below.
Posted on Tuesday, October 4, 2016
I really really need for Haim to come out with some new music asap. Do yourself and Google "Haim Bass Face" it's probably the best thing you can do for yourself all week.
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It's officially fall which means we're finally getting some nicer weather here in Texas! Even though it's cooler on campus, I still hate having to carry around my insanely heavy backpack all day.
Today I'm sharing the important things to bring, and things to leave behind in your college bag, then stick around to learn how to help lighten the load of women in need.