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Blogging in my Bullet Journal


Hi guys! I'm here with another video about how I keep up with my blog's content calendar, goals, and sponsored posts in my bullet journal. Please like, comment, and subscribe if you like videos like this!

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My nightly routine for clear skin

This post has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and AcneFree. All opinions are mine alone. #AcneFreeSummer #AcneFreeLife #CollectiveBias


When I was in high school I never thought I'd get to be one of those girls with smooth, glowing skin. To be honest I was really sporadic with how often I washed my face, and sometimes even slept in my makeup. Now that I'm in my 20's, I've realized some hard truths that I'm about to lay down for y'all still struggling with acne: a consistent skincare routine is the best way to get the clear skin you want.

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My Bullet Journal Evolution | 2014-2017

Hi lovelies! I've been bullet journaling since June of 2014 and wanted to show how my style and understanding of the system has changed over the years. It's easy to get discouraged by these beautiful BUJO spreads and even intimidating to start a bullet journal for yourself. I think a bullet journal should be functional first.

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August 2017 Printable Calendar and Background

It's almost August which means it's time for another freebie printable for your planner or bullet journal. This colorful desktop background is more of a quick reference, but the printable calendar version will work perfectly on its own, or printed two per page and pasted into a page of your bullet journal.

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Real Talk: I'm a Conservation Psychologist


Hey guys! This is my Real Talk series where I interview real people about their experiences and situations. Today I'm talking with Bri from Dr of What, a blog that follows Bri's journey as a second year conservation psychology PhD student from Australia.

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Taking Stock: July


We are halfway through summer which means we're about to be seeing nothing but back to school stuff all over the place. Part of me is excited to start my last year of college and the other part is considering dropping out completely to become a lama farmer or something.

Adrian and I went to Austin the last week of June and ate things that I don't think should exist (ike a burger with donut buns). We also stopped by the butter half mural, which had graffiti all over it...so much side eye.

Here's what I've been Reading this month

I use to be sooooo against unpaid sponsorships, but Morgan's post about breaking this bad blogging habit has converted me.

Hate to tell you it, but finding your purpose in life may not be that ground breaking. Higher power or not Melissa's post is a must read for this week.

For your next quarter life crisis/ major adult purchase.

This manicure has way more side-eye than I could ever muster.

Rach might be one of the toughest ladies on the interwebs right now; read her one year post chemo post.

I want to AirBnB at Anna's place just so I get to sleep in her dreamy guest room...is that weird?

Read this BEFORE going into your adviser's office.

I see Baby Driver once and think I'm a music connoisseur (which I'm not). Luckily Bev can cook AND make a bomb-ass playlist. I may be listening to it while writing this...and doing homework later.

As much as I'm ready to graduate next May I really need this post from Rachel.

Last one, if you didn't tear up or super impressed by Kesha's Praying, then I'm pretty sure you're not human.

Hope y'all have a killer rest of the weekend!


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Easy Reads I'm loving this summer


I've been on vacation the past week and feel like I've been reading non-stop. I've pretty much carried a book with me everywhere recently, and I wanted to share a few books I've been loving this summer.

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How to make Waffle bar for your next event

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #EggoWaffleBar #CollectiveBias

Hey guys! I'm teaming up with Eggo to show y'all how to create the perfect waffle bar experience for your summer get togethers. I was inspired by my visit to the Eggo Waffle Bar Truck that stopped by my hometown last week, and wanted to create my own waffle bar for book club. Our group meets once a month and always pick a book that we can watch a show or movie with.

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Building Credit in your 20s

Your credit score is one of those super scary, ultra-adult things that I had no clue about going into my freshman year of college. It's been about three years since I've started taking my credit seriously, and I went from absolutely zero credit to damn good for a 21 year old (and I bought a new car!).

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Building a Journaling Habit + 10 prompts

Hey y'all! Today my friend Madison from Mads Maybe is sharing her tips for building a journaling habit.

The act of journaling can be beneficial to everyone, no matter how creative or talented you think you are. Creating a safe space where you can document your thoughts and sort through them, that only you can see, can be both inspiring and therapeutic because it removes some clutter from your mind and guides your thoughts to provide clarity. Journaling can be anything you want it to be – fictional pieces from your imagination, documentation of your day, a story map to your future.

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