With March being Women's History Month, I'd thought I'd write a post in relation to women-empowerment and modern day beauty standards. With beauty gurus and beauty bloggers on the rise, makeup has been something that is a staple market geared towards women. My personal relationship with makeup started when I was in middle school. I would play around with makeup and go to school with glittery cheeks,eyelids, and glossed-up lips. But it wasn't until the end of middle school / beginning of high school that I started to really venture into wearing makeup. Like I did the works: foundation, concealer, eyeliner, all that jazz. Of course back then all these YouTube tutorials didn't exist and I basically had little to no idea what I was doing when it came to makeup. And to be honest, I never knew why I felt the need to wear makeup, it was just what all the other girls my age were doing, and I guess I felt it was kind of expected out of me.
There was once a time where I never left the house without makeup, and if I did I avoided all eye contact and kept my head down at all cost. I just didn't have any sense of comfort leaving the house or going out in public without some kind of makeup on. There are still times where I would feel a little self-conscious of my bare face, but no where near as bad as a couple years ago. 
The reason why I bring this up is because I bet those of you who watch my vlogs have noticed that a lot of the time I'm not wearing makeup. And for some and most likely most of you guys, it's your first time seeing me without it. (If you guys have me on Snapchat, I'm makeup-less 99.9% of the time so I'm sure this doesn't apply to you lol) And it's actually taken me a lot of mental and emotional discipline to get comfortable in my own skin and be able to leave the house or even show my face with little to no makeup. I think if anything, now, the only thing I couldn't leave my house with is my eyebrows. (I'm sure a lot of you gals can relate to that one haha )  

I believe I broke the habit of not being able to leave the house without makeup because when I go to work (which is like 5-6 days out of the week) I hardly ever wear any makeup. When I first started working there I wore foundation, eyeliner, and sometimes even false lashes, but I'm sure it was only because it was a new environment and I didn't know anyone and I definitely did not feel comfortable showing strangers my almost-bare to completely bare face. Then I also started going to the gym and I felt it was kind of ridiculous to show up to the gym with a face full of makeup only to ruin it with sweat. So slowly but surely I started to get into the habit of barely wearing any makeup. Although, again, I have those days where I'm self-conscious about everything. But overall, I eventually stopped caring. I had an epiphany one day that didn't need anyone else's approval but my own. It's not like I lost anything if someone had a nasty opinion about me. Because at the end of the day, who are those people to you? And who are you to them? No one that's who. And if you're going to spend your life worrying about what a certain nobody thinks about you, you are wasting your energy and most of all wasting your time. Take it from someone who used to be on the more judgmental and meaner side or things. I'm ashamed to say this, but I used to be so critical and hateful towards other girls (mainly because I was jealous and super immature). Then one day I realized that no matter how much I would hate or bash on them, they still lived on with their lives and that thinking/saying those mean things didn't do any good for me or the other girl. It only made me a hateful and super ugly person. Like they say "What Sally says about Sue says more about Sally than it does Sue." But the same applies to myself. If someone were so say something mean about me (yeah it can hurt sometimes) but I'll still move on with my life while they sit there and do nothing but hate on people. 
With beauty standards today, and throughout the past, women have always been objectified to look a certain way. For instance one day I had a random thought to shave off all my hair! Something not very commonly seen among women. I know that I am utterly obsessed and attached to my hair, which is one reason why I felt I should shave it all off! Being hesitant I looked up YouTube videos of women shaving their heads and their experience through it. I came across a lot of inspirational women and they look gorgeous with a buzzcut. One of the spunkiest YouTubers I found was Sorelle Amore, and she really sold the whole shaved head thing to me. If you want to watch her video on why she shaved her head, then click here.  Obviously I still haven't shaved my head, because I realize, and she even says in the video, that shaving my head wasn't really for everyone, including me,...at least not now. I'm still debating about doing it. Very much leaning towards doing it, but not any time soon. Why? Well..I guess you can call it baby steps haha. But in each and every single video I watched of these women talking about their experience of shaving their head and why they chose to do it, they all touched on the topic of fighting beauty standards. Like, who came up with these "laws" or "idea" of how women are supposed to look? And why do we have to and choose to listen to them? You are the only person who decides how you do your hair or what you decide to wear! 
photo source : the black media
One woman I absolutely admire is Alicia Keys because she recently started this No Makeup Movement and stopped wearing makeup completely. She also asked for her photos to not be photoshopped. I assure you that being able to go out without any makeup into the superficial world that we live in today takes a hell of a lot of courage. She is absolutely gorgeous with or without makeup and both inside and out. We should all strive to be as courageous and inspirational as her! 
And I'm just going to end this little rant here. I don't know how some of you guys are going to take this post, it might have bored you, it might have inspired you. Who knows. I just simply wanted to get some things off my chest and hopefully some of you will relate. I just wanted to share my personal experience with makeup, beauty standards, and growing the confidence to love myself. 
You don't need makeup to feel beautiful, but that goes without saying that if you love wearing makeup then you do you! No one can tell you otherwise. If you want to wear a bright neon lip or a bold smokey eye, go ahead! You should not give two flying f**ks about what he or she is saying about you because as long as you're not the one saying these mean,nasty things to yourself, then you're golden. You want to be the ones spreading positivity and rooting for one another, not judging or hating each other. Make yourself a priority and don't compare yourself to others. Love yourself while loving others too!

Have a happy Sunday! 
♡♡♡♡♡

The Power Of Makeup + The Power of Women

March 26, 2017


With March being Women's History Month, I'd thought I'd write a post in relation to women-empowerment and modern day beauty standards. With beauty gurus and beauty bloggers on the rise, makeup has been something that is a staple market geared towards women. My personal relationship with makeup started when I was in middle school. I would play around with makeup and go to school with glittery cheeks,eyelids, and glossed-up lips. But it wasn't until the end of middle school / beginning of high school that I started to really venture into wearing makeup. Like I did the works: foundation, concealer, eyeliner, all that jazz. Of course back then all these YouTube tutorials didn't exist and I basically had little to no idea what I was doing when it came to makeup. And to be honest, I never knew why I felt the need to wear makeup, it was just what all the other girls my age were doing, and I guess I felt it was kind of expected out of me.
There was once a time where I never left the house without makeup, and if I did I avoided all eye contact and kept my head down at all cost. I just didn't have any sense of comfort leaving the house or going out in public without some kind of makeup on. There are still times where I would feel a little self-conscious of my bare face, but no where near as bad as a couple years ago. 
The reason why I bring this up is because I bet those of you who watch my vlogs have noticed that a lot of the time I'm not wearing makeup. And for some and most likely most of you guys, it's your first time seeing me without it. (If you guys have me on Snapchat, I'm makeup-less 99.9% of the time so I'm sure this doesn't apply to you lol) And it's actually taken me a lot of mental and emotional discipline to get comfortable in my own skin and be able to leave the house or even show my face with little to no makeup. I think if anything, now, the only thing I couldn't leave my house with is my eyebrows. (I'm sure a lot of you gals can relate to that one haha )  

I believe I broke the habit of not being able to leave the house without makeup because when I go to work (which is like 5-6 days out of the week) I hardly ever wear any makeup. When I first started working there I wore foundation, eyeliner, and sometimes even false lashes, but I'm sure it was only because it was a new environment and I didn't know anyone and I definitely did not feel comfortable showing strangers my almost-bare to completely bare face. Then I also started going to the gym and I felt it was kind of ridiculous to show up to the gym with a face full of makeup only to ruin it with sweat. So slowly but surely I started to get into the habit of barely wearing any makeup. Although, again, I have those days where I'm self-conscious about everything. But overall, I eventually stopped caring. I had an epiphany one day that didn't need anyone else's approval but my own. It's not like I lost anything if someone had a nasty opinion about me. Because at the end of the day, who are those people to you? And who are you to them? No one that's who. And if you're going to spend your life worrying about what a certain nobody thinks about you, you are wasting your energy and most of all wasting your time. Take it from someone who used to be on the more judgmental and meaner side or things. I'm ashamed to say this, but I used to be so critical and hateful towards other girls (mainly because I was jealous and super immature). Then one day I realized that no matter how much I would hate or bash on them, they still lived on with their lives and that thinking/saying those mean things didn't do any good for me or the other girl. It only made me a hateful and super ugly person. Like they say "What Sally says about Sue says more about Sally than it does Sue." But the same applies to myself. If someone were so say something mean about me (yeah it can hurt sometimes) but I'll still move on with my life while they sit there and do nothing but hate on people. 
With beauty standards today, and throughout the past, women have always been objectified to look a certain way. For instance one day I had a random thought to shave off all my hair! Something not very commonly seen among women. I know that I am utterly obsessed and attached to my hair, which is one reason why I felt I should shave it all off! Being hesitant I looked up YouTube videos of women shaving their heads and their experience through it. I came across a lot of inspirational women and they look gorgeous with a buzzcut. One of the spunkiest YouTubers I found was Sorelle Amore, and she really sold the whole shaved head thing to me. If you want to watch her video on why she shaved her head, then click here.  Obviously I still haven't shaved my head, because I realize, and she even says in the video, that shaving my head wasn't really for everyone, including me,...at least not now. I'm still debating about doing it. Very much leaning towards doing it, but not any time soon. Why? Well..I guess you can call it baby steps haha. But in each and every single video I watched of these women talking about their experience of shaving their head and why they chose to do it, they all touched on the topic of fighting beauty standards. Like, who came up with these "laws" or "idea" of how women are supposed to look? And why do we have to and choose to listen to them? You are the only person who decides how you do your hair or what you decide to wear! 
photo source : the black media
One woman I absolutely admire is Alicia Keys because she recently started this No Makeup Movement and stopped wearing makeup completely. She also asked for her photos to not be photoshopped. I assure you that being able to go out without any makeup into the superficial world that we live in today takes a hell of a lot of courage. She is absolutely gorgeous with or without makeup and both inside and out. We should all strive to be as courageous and inspirational as her! 
And I'm just going to end this little rant here. I don't know how some of you guys are going to take this post, it might have bored you, it might have inspired you. Who knows. I just simply wanted to get some things off my chest and hopefully some of you will relate. I just wanted to share my personal experience with makeup, beauty standards, and growing the confidence to love myself. 
You don't need makeup to feel beautiful, but that goes without saying that if you love wearing makeup then you do you! No one can tell you otherwise. If you want to wear a bright neon lip or a bold smokey eye, go ahead! You should not give two flying f**ks about what he or she is saying about you because as long as you're not the one saying these mean,nasty things to yourself, then you're golden. You want to be the ones spreading positivity and rooting for one another, not judging or hating each other. Make yourself a priority and don't compare yourself to others. Love yourself while loving others too!

Have a happy Sunday! 
♡♡♡♡♡

Last year I did "Monthly Favorites" posts. And I will be completely honest and say that they were not my favorite posts to write. They were a bit challenging for me to come up with because I rarely had the chance (and money) to go out and try new products or go to new places. So for this year I do still want to keep my readers updated with stuff I've been loving and whatnot, but instead of these "favorites" being a monthly thing, they'll be more sporadic throughout the year. I feel by doing it this way, the posts will seem more genuine and, of course, less hectic on my end. So if you're interested with what's been "my jam" as of late, then keep on reading!

Beauty + Skincare
Starting things off with some makeup and skincare products that I've been loving lately!

I have been wanting to try products from Milk Makeup for the absolute longest. And I recently got my hands on two of their products and they have been included in my daily makeup routine ever since. The first product is their Sunshine Skin Tint in the shade "Sand." A little goes a long way with this product, and I learned that the hard way haha. The first time I put this on I pumped out too much of the product and it looked soooo cakey and orangey-toned. So good news, the product is in fact buildable but too much, and you'll end up looking like Donald Trump. Probably my favorite characteristic of this product is the way you apply it. The applicator is in a roller ball form, and you just pump the product out and then roll it onto your skin. I feel it is a bit more hygienic as compared to pumping a foundation onto your fingers, but that is just a matter of opinion and preferences. I prefer using a damp Beauty Blender to blend it all out and the finish is natural and dewy, perfect for those who are into that "No Makeup" makeup look.


The second item from Milk Makeup that I cannot help but rave about is their Holographic Stick. This highlight GIVES ME LIFE. I get so many compliments whenever I wear this, and people are constantly asking what highlight I'm wearing. My favorite thing to do is use my fingertips to dab this along the cheekbones and up to my temple then dust a little bit of the green emerald and blue saphyre shades from the Kat Von D Alchemist palette. Try out this combination and you will have this beautiful iridescent glow that you'll basically feel like a unicorn. You could also apply this above your cupid's bow or along your collar bones to unleash your inner glowing disco ball.

What's also great about these two products is that they are both vegan! Milk Makeup is a cruelty-free brand, with 60% of their products being vegan! All in all, I have become completely smitten with Milk Makeup and I'm already 6 products deep added to my cart right now on their website because what is self-control?


A skincare item that I unintentionally came across is the Mario Badescu Ceramide Herbal Eye Cream. I was at Ulta originally planning on purchasing a Derma E eye cream, but they weren't in stock. Having lost hope, I kept wandering around Ulta and wound up at the Mario Badescu section. I tried out some of their products before and unfortunately they did not work out for me. So I was reluctant to try out another product from them, but I decided "what the heck?" and I'm so glad that I decided to give this brand another chance.
A little back history, if you've been reading my blog for a while, you'd know that I recently had a mishap with my skin and it was super drier than normal. That dryness eventually went away, but for some reason my eyelids still lacked some hydration. But ever since I've been using this eye cream (I apply this in the morning and and night) my eyes feel super hydrated and look more awake.The formula isn't heavy or thick and doesn't feel greasy on your eyelids whatsoever.  And again this is another product where a little goes a long way. I use this twice a day, and have been using this for the past two or three weeks, and it looks like I've barely even used any product! So for less than twenty dollars I would say this is a lot of bang for very little buck (if that makes sense lol)

And I would highly recommend and suggest that if you're new to skincare or just getting into skincare that an eye cream be something to invest in! The skin around your eyes is a lot thinner than the rest of your face and is more than likely the area that'll show aging the earliest. This goes for both men and women! So if you're a guy out there, that's a little more attentive to his skin, I think Mario Badescu would be a brand to start with!

Fashion



 I only have one fashion piece to talk about and it is this "Good Luck" shirt from Urban Outfitters. Graphic tees are always my go-to when I'm in a hurry and don't know what to wear. And I've been eyeing (no pun intended) this shirt for a while, but just didn't feel like spending the money to get it. Then I saw that it went on sale and immediately got my hands on it! I've probably worn this over ten times since I got it and I'm surprised no one has called me out on it yet haha. 
Music 
I've been trying to discover lots of new music as of late and one artist that I've really come to like is Mr.Little Jeans. The name is what really got me, but the music is what kept me listening. Here is a short list of songs I've been enjoying recently, including songs from Mr.Little Jeans! 

1. Daniel Caesar - "Get You."
2. Broods "Mother & Father" // "Bridges"
3. Mr.Little Jeans "Rescue Song" //  "Heaven Sent
4. I'm In Love With A Ghost "Flowers" ft. Nori
5. Jinsang "Trees"

I don't usually listen to music before going to bed but "Flowers" by I'm In Love With A Ghost always puts me right to sleep. You'd probably recognize this song in my "One Thousand Days With You" video! 

Entertainment


For tv shows, I've started so many new series. Bates Motel being my latest addiction. I'm finishing up season two and there is just sooo much going on that it's almost hard to keep up! If you love drama, thrillers, and I guess you can say, mystery, then you would enjoy this show! I do want to warn people that some may get a little annoyed with the relationship between Norman and Norma, but I think that's what makes the characters who they are. I admit, I was super annoyed with Norma in season one, but she starts to grow on you! Also if you're a fan of The Conjouring, then you'd probably recognize the actress that plays Norma (Vera Farminga) because she is also the one who plays Lorraine. I can never just "watch one more episode" because each episode always ends on a crazy cliff hanger, that I end up binge watching a whole season in one day! 


An action-packed series that I started, thanks to Anthony, is Luke Cage. If you're a big comic book and Marvel fan, then this name is already familiar to you. I didn't think I'd get into this show because I wasn't aware of who/what Luke Cage was prior to watching the series. Now I am patiently waiting for episodes of the new season to come out on Netflix. I love how this isn't a typical superhero story, where the hero is some other comic book nerd that somehow gets mutated to have super powers. Instead this is about an ex-convict who was left for dead and gained his super strength and bullet proof skin after an attempted experiment. Now Luke Cage is trying to start a new life, fight crime, and bring unity in the city of Harlem.


The third series that I started is called Santa Clarita Diet, which is a comedy series. I randomly clicked on this one night while scrolling through Netflix, and ended up finishing the first season in a span of three days. The show stars Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant, and the two make a hilarious duo. I especially love Timothy's character "Joel" I think he is probably my favorite character in the show haha. But basically what the show is about is one day Drew Barrymore's character "Sheila" wakes up and throws up ten times more the amount as the girl from The Exorcist. Turns out she is basically the walking dead, and she can't die. But aside from all that she craves human flesh. So the main problem throughout the show is Joel and Sheila trying to maintain a normal life, but also trying to control Sheila's new cannibalistic appetite. I cannot express how funny this show is and if you're on the hunt for a good laugh, then check this show out! I do have to warn you guys though, that some seasons are pretty gross and a bit gruesome, so if you have a weak stomach, I would watch with a bit of discretion.


And that is about it for what I've been loving lately. Hope you guys found this post informative and fun! If you guys have any shows, products, or whatever to recommend don't be afraid to comment them or send them my way! 


My Jam Lately || March 2017

March 21, 2017

Last year I did "Monthly Favorites" posts. And I will be completely honest and say that they were not my favorite posts to write. They were a bit challenging for me to come up with because I rarely had the chance (and money) to go out and try new products or go to new places. So for this year I do still want to keep my readers updated with stuff I've been loving and whatnot, but instead of these "favorites" being a monthly thing, they'll be more sporadic throughout the year. I feel by doing it this way, the posts will seem more genuine and, of course, less hectic on my end. So if you're interested with what's been "my jam" as of late, then keep on reading!

Beauty + Skincare
Starting things off with some makeup and skincare products that I've been loving lately!

I have been wanting to try products from Milk Makeup for the absolute longest. And I recently got my hands on two of their products and they have been included in my daily makeup routine ever since. The first product is their Sunshine Skin Tint in the shade "Sand." A little goes a long way with this product, and I learned that the hard way haha. The first time I put this on I pumped out too much of the product and it looked soooo cakey and orangey-toned. So good news, the product is in fact buildable but too much, and you'll end up looking like Donald Trump. Probably my favorite characteristic of this product is the way you apply it. The applicator is in a roller ball form, and you just pump the product out and then roll it onto your skin. I feel it is a bit more hygienic as compared to pumping a foundation onto your fingers, but that is just a matter of opinion and preferences. I prefer using a damp Beauty Blender to blend it all out and the finish is natural and dewy, perfect for those who are into that "No Makeup" makeup look.


The second item from Milk Makeup that I cannot help but rave about is their Holographic Stick. This highlight GIVES ME LIFE. I get so many compliments whenever I wear this, and people are constantly asking what highlight I'm wearing. My favorite thing to do is use my fingertips to dab this along the cheekbones and up to my temple then dust a little bit of the green emerald and blue saphyre shades from the Kat Von D Alchemist palette. Try out this combination and you will have this beautiful iridescent glow that you'll basically feel like a unicorn. You could also apply this above your cupid's bow or along your collar bones to unleash your inner glowing disco ball.

What's also great about these two products is that they are both vegan! Milk Makeup is a cruelty-free brand, with 60% of their products being vegan! All in all, I have become completely smitten with Milk Makeup and I'm already 6 products deep added to my cart right now on their website because what is self-control?


A skincare item that I unintentionally came across is the Mario Badescu Ceramide Herbal Eye Cream. I was at Ulta originally planning on purchasing a Derma E eye cream, but they weren't in stock. Having lost hope, I kept wandering around Ulta and wound up at the Mario Badescu section. I tried out some of their products before and unfortunately they did not work out for me. So I was reluctant to try out another product from them, but I decided "what the heck?" and I'm so glad that I decided to give this brand another chance.
A little back history, if you've been reading my blog for a while, you'd know that I recently had a mishap with my skin and it was super drier than normal. That dryness eventually went away, but for some reason my eyelids still lacked some hydration. But ever since I've been using this eye cream (I apply this in the morning and and night) my eyes feel super hydrated and look more awake.The formula isn't heavy or thick and doesn't feel greasy on your eyelids whatsoever.  And again this is another product where a little goes a long way. I use this twice a day, and have been using this for the past two or three weeks, and it looks like I've barely even used any product! So for less than twenty dollars I would say this is a lot of bang for very little buck (if that makes sense lol)

And I would highly recommend and suggest that if you're new to skincare or just getting into skincare that an eye cream be something to invest in! The skin around your eyes is a lot thinner than the rest of your face and is more than likely the area that'll show aging the earliest. This goes for both men and women! So if you're a guy out there, that's a little more attentive to his skin, I think Mario Badescu would be a brand to start with!

Fashion



 I only have one fashion piece to talk about and it is this "Good Luck" shirt from Urban Outfitters. Graphic tees are always my go-to when I'm in a hurry and don't know what to wear. And I've been eyeing (no pun intended) this shirt for a while, but just didn't feel like spending the money to get it. Then I saw that it went on sale and immediately got my hands on it! I've probably worn this over ten times since I got it and I'm surprised no one has called me out on it yet haha. 
Music 
I've been trying to discover lots of new music as of late and one artist that I've really come to like is Mr.Little Jeans. The name is what really got me, but the music is what kept me listening. Here is a short list of songs I've been enjoying recently, including songs from Mr.Little Jeans! 

1. Daniel Caesar - "Get You."
2. Broods "Mother & Father" // "Bridges"
3. Mr.Little Jeans "Rescue Song" //  "Heaven Sent
4. I'm In Love With A Ghost "Flowers" ft. Nori
5. Jinsang "Trees"

I don't usually listen to music before going to bed but "Flowers" by I'm In Love With A Ghost always puts me right to sleep. You'd probably recognize this song in my "One Thousand Days With You" video! 

Entertainment


For tv shows, I've started so many new series. Bates Motel being my latest addiction. I'm finishing up season two and there is just sooo much going on that it's almost hard to keep up! If you love drama, thrillers, and I guess you can say, mystery, then you would enjoy this show! I do want to warn people that some may get a little annoyed with the relationship between Norman and Norma, but I think that's what makes the characters who they are. I admit, I was super annoyed with Norma in season one, but she starts to grow on you! Also if you're a fan of The Conjouring, then you'd probably recognize the actress that plays Norma (Vera Farminga) because she is also the one who plays Lorraine. I can never just "watch one more episode" because each episode always ends on a crazy cliff hanger, that I end up binge watching a whole season in one day! 


An action-packed series that I started, thanks to Anthony, is Luke Cage. If you're a big comic book and Marvel fan, then this name is already familiar to you. I didn't think I'd get into this show because I wasn't aware of who/what Luke Cage was prior to watching the series. Now I am patiently waiting for episodes of the new season to come out on Netflix. I love how this isn't a typical superhero story, where the hero is some other comic book nerd that somehow gets mutated to have super powers. Instead this is about an ex-convict who was left for dead and gained his super strength and bullet proof skin after an attempted experiment. Now Luke Cage is trying to start a new life, fight crime, and bring unity in the city of Harlem.


The third series that I started is called Santa Clarita Diet, which is a comedy series. I randomly clicked on this one night while scrolling through Netflix, and ended up finishing the first season in a span of three days. The show stars Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant, and the two make a hilarious duo. I especially love Timothy's character "Joel" I think he is probably my favorite character in the show haha. But basically what the show is about is one day Drew Barrymore's character "Sheila" wakes up and throws up ten times more the amount as the girl from The Exorcist. Turns out she is basically the walking dead, and she can't die. But aside from all that she craves human flesh. So the main problem throughout the show is Joel and Sheila trying to maintain a normal life, but also trying to control Sheila's new cannibalistic appetite. I cannot express how funny this show is and if you're on the hunt for a good laugh, then check this show out! I do have to warn you guys though, that some seasons are pretty gross and a bit gruesome, so if you have a weak stomach, I would watch with a bit of discretion.


And that is about it for what I've been loving lately. Hope you guys found this post informative and fun! If you guys have any shows, products, or whatever to recommend don't be afraid to comment them or send them my way! 


Coming back at you guys with another weekly photos. It's crazy how we're already halfway through March. Also today is mine and Anthony's 2 year and 9 month anniversary! It feels like it's been so much longer haha
Due to Day Light's Saving and having lost an hour of sleep, my sleep schedule has been all out of the ordinary. I woke up at noon on Sunday! And because I haven't been getting an adequate amount of sleep, my skin has been suffering! This mask from Lush called "Don't Look At Me" is a gorgeous blue color and smells of lemon! This has been my favorite mask as of late and I like to use it in the morning because it leaves my skin feeling super squeaky clean. 
Monday was a productive day for me. I went to the gym in the morning and got a good workout in. (My body is still sore lol) Afterwards I came home and cleaned up around my room. I found this Song Book and decided to do some practicing on the keyboard. It's been so long since I played, even though I was never that good to begin with lol. I definitely want to pick up playing again and want to get better at it!
I would like to call this photo "Bae Goals" because puns are fun and make everything ten times better.
Tuesday was a rather long day. Mainly because I had to be at work at 6 am and help cater this meeting. The day was such a blur, I felt like I was in autopilot all day. I went home and took a long, hot bath. My body was aching all over and I didn't want to move...but of course I had to because the water started to get cold lol. Unfortunately I did not get to enjoy any pie on Pi day, but I did enjoy a well-deserved nap.

Wednesday was an interesting day. President Trump was in Nashville. Didn't bother to go see him..because frankly, I did not care. But on a more positive note, it was mine and Anthony's 1000 day anniversary! I made a separate post in honor of the day, if you haven't read it, go read it here :)

Thursday was yet another exhausting work day for me. Went to the gym afterwards then Monty randomly texted me telling me to come over because they were making homemade Korean food. His dad had the Last Air Bender movie on and my goodness...that movie was more terrible than I thought. I am so ashamed that that's what M. Knight turned the show into. So glad there isn't a sequel coming out.
Friday was my day off, and I had planned for it to be a lot more productive. But the weather was crap and I guess it really took a damper onto my mood. My body was sore and aching all over from the gym the day before, and I just felt too exhausted to do anything. On top of my "down in the dumps" mood, my laptop is getting close to it's final days. It showed me the "blue screen" about three and then took about 15 minutes just to start up. I thought I could just persevere through and keep using this laptop, but it's really starting to show signs of "aging."

Saturday I had plans to be more productive than I was on Friday, but that didn't quite work out as well. I ended up staying up past midnight working on blog posts. I don't know what was going on but the creative juices were really flowing. Also I won a contest on Instagram! I was so excited when they announced I won, because I entered in with no hopes of winning haha. But like I said, I worked late into the night on blog posts (I've got 3 more in the works) so be on the look out for them! And add me on snapchat @katsangfroid for some behind the scene snaps :) 

Weekly Photos // 12.03.2017 - 18.03.2017

March 19, 2017

Coming back at you guys with another weekly photos. It's crazy how we're already halfway through March. Also today is mine and Anthony's 2 year and 9 month anniversary! It feels like it's been so much longer haha
Due to Day Light's Saving and having lost an hour of sleep, my sleep schedule has been all out of the ordinary. I woke up at noon on Sunday! And because I haven't been getting an adequate amount of sleep, my skin has been suffering! This mask from Lush called "Don't Look At Me" is a gorgeous blue color and smells of lemon! This has been my favorite mask as of late and I like to use it in the morning because it leaves my skin feeling super squeaky clean. 
Monday was a productive day for me. I went to the gym in the morning and got a good workout in. (My body is still sore lol) Afterwards I came home and cleaned up around my room. I found this Song Book and decided to do some practicing on the keyboard. It's been so long since I played, even though I was never that good to begin with lol. I definitely want to pick up playing again and want to get better at it!
I would like to call this photo "Bae Goals" because puns are fun and make everything ten times better.
Tuesday was a rather long day. Mainly because I had to be at work at 6 am and help cater this meeting. The day was such a blur, I felt like I was in autopilot all day. I went home and took a long, hot bath. My body was aching all over and I didn't want to move...but of course I had to because the water started to get cold lol. Unfortunately I did not get to enjoy any pie on Pi day, but I did enjoy a well-deserved nap.

Wednesday was an interesting day. President Trump was in Nashville. Didn't bother to go see him..because frankly, I did not care. But on a more positive note, it was mine and Anthony's 1000 day anniversary! I made a separate post in honor of the day, if you haven't read it, go read it here :)

Thursday was yet another exhausting work day for me. Went to the gym afterwards then Monty randomly texted me telling me to come over because they were making homemade Korean food. His dad had the Last Air Bender movie on and my goodness...that movie was more terrible than I thought. I am so ashamed that that's what M. Knight turned the show into. So glad there isn't a sequel coming out.
Friday was my day off, and I had planned for it to be a lot more productive. But the weather was crap and I guess it really took a damper onto my mood. My body was sore and aching all over from the gym the day before, and I just felt too exhausted to do anything. On top of my "down in the dumps" mood, my laptop is getting close to it's final days. It showed me the "blue screen" about three and then took about 15 minutes just to start up. I thought I could just persevere through and keep using this laptop, but it's really starting to show signs of "aging."

Saturday I had plans to be more productive than I was on Friday, but that didn't quite work out as well. I ended up staying up past midnight working on blog posts. I don't know what was going on but the creative juices were really flowing. Also I won a contest on Instagram! I was so excited when they announced I won, because I entered in with no hopes of winning haha. But like I said, I worked late into the night on blog posts (I've got 3 more in the works) so be on the look out for them! And add me on snapchat @katsangfroid for some behind the scene snaps :) 

Today is a very special day for me. It is mine and Anthony's one thousand day anniversary! I know it's not necessarily a very common anniversary that people celebrate, but I'm one of those strange people that like to keep track of small things like this. And as strange as it is, for some reason one thousand days doesn't sound as long as when you say "almost 3 years". As of today we have been together for 2 years and 9 months. That is 2 years and 9 months full of FaceTime calls, falling asleep over the phone together, and probably only physically seeing each other for a total of one whole year (maybe even less!)
I know a lot of people question how we can manage to do long distance for such a long time, and I'l be honest and say sometimes I don't know how we manage to do it either. We just have, and we just do. Always having to go back and forth, basically making the airport our second homes. It gets rough, but not once did I ever feel any regret of being in this relationship. We've gone through so much this past two, almost three, years. We've explored new places together, ate lots of good foods, and loved each other through it all. Although we don't get to do regular stuff that other couples do, like spend Valentines Day together (yes, we have yet to spend a Valentines Day together), or go out to the movies and have dinner together every night, but every time we get back together it's like we were never apart.

I remember the first time I ever visited him in New York. It was awkward at first because it was the first time we saw each other since he moved back home. I feel kind of bad not being able to recall all that we did this visit.  I can only really remember bawling my eyes out when I had to leave. I wasn't quite "adjusted" to having to say good-bye. It was such a while back, I didn't even have braces yet. And my goodness look at those horrible eyebrows lol.

We saw each other a lot more frequently our first year of dating. Anthony came to visit me in December for my birthday, then two weeks later I went to go visit him for his. I want to say two weeks is probably the shortest we've ever gone without seeing each other. The second shortest we've gone is probably about 2 months. I surprised him with Sam Smith tickets that year and I think he's been in love with me ever since. I also recall that being the year where my room got bombarded with birthday balloons! Anthony did such a terrible job at keeping it a surprise. My friends told him to keep me out of the house while they put the balloons and streamers in my room, but we got home a little too early that I caught them in the act....and also Anthony ended up telling me about it anyway, that loser. 



He's more than just my boyfriend, he has become one of my closest and bestest friends, even if he refuses to fist bump me. We've accumulated so many inside jokes over the course of our relationship, like "It's FUCKING MOLTEN" "Lemon Water" and so on. "As You Should" being our latest one lol. He's quiet to most people, but he's his truest self around me and I couldn't love him anymore than I already do. I can be myself one hundred percent when I'm around him. He loves me even when I act like a brat or a crybaby. He doesn't mind the weird sound effects I make or when I call him a "poop head." I've grown completely comfortable with him and can be myself 100%. I can't even recall when I realized I fell in love with him..it just happened.

This past year has been a challenging one for the two of us for sure. But regardless of the struggles we face or the arguments we go through, at the end of the day I know that I don't want to be with anyone else but him. We are still figuring out our future plans together and working out all the small details. Anthony always says that if we're going to do it, we're going to do it right. No rush and definitely no regrets. I know I can be really impatient and selfish with wanting you all to myself, but in a relationship (especially a long distance one) there's no room for selfishness. But you can't help a girl for wanting someone all to herself, right? 

Our first one thousand days together. We had our bad days, but more good than bad. We fight and we struggle, but we both know that we want to have each other in our lives. No matter how difficult it is, if we managed to make it work for one thousand days, what's another thousand? Like I said, I know I can get impatient or cranky, but what person wouldn't be okay with being away from their significant other for so long? Yes, I get tired of having to countdown how many more days until we get to see each other again, but if I have to I will. I just can't wait until we can count down the days until we no longer have to be apart. I love and appreciate all that you do for me and for us, even if I don't show it sometimes. I love you, ya stinky butt. And I'm glad you love me too. As you should. 

One Thousand Days With You

March 15, 2017 Nashville, TN, USA


Today is a very special day for me. It is mine and Anthony's one thousand day anniversary! I know it's not necessarily a very common anniversary that people celebrate, but I'm one of those strange people that like to keep track of small things like this. And as strange as it is, for some reason one thousand days doesn't sound as long as when you say "almost 3 years". As of today we have been together for 2 years and 9 months. That is 2 years and 9 months full of FaceTime calls, falling asleep over the phone together, and probably only physically seeing each other for a total of one whole year (maybe even less!)
I know a lot of people question how we can manage to do long distance for such a long time, and I'l be honest and say sometimes I don't know how we manage to do it either. We just have, and we just do. Always having to go back and forth, basically making the airport our second homes. It gets rough, but not once did I ever feel any regret of being in this relationship. We've gone through so much this past two, almost three, years. We've explored new places together, ate lots of good foods, and loved each other through it all. Although we don't get to do regular stuff that other couples do, like spend Valentines Day together (yes, we have yet to spend a Valentines Day together), or go out to the movies and have dinner together every night, but every time we get back together it's like we were never apart.

I remember the first time I ever visited him in New York. It was awkward at first because it was the first time we saw each other since he moved back home. I feel kind of bad not being able to recall all that we did this visit.  I can only really remember bawling my eyes out when I had to leave. I wasn't quite "adjusted" to having to say good-bye. It was such a while back, I didn't even have braces yet. And my goodness look at those horrible eyebrows lol.

We saw each other a lot more frequently our first year of dating. Anthony came to visit me in December for my birthday, then two weeks later I went to go visit him for his. I want to say two weeks is probably the shortest we've ever gone without seeing each other. The second shortest we've gone is probably about 2 months. I surprised him with Sam Smith tickets that year and I think he's been in love with me ever since. I also recall that being the year where my room got bombarded with birthday balloons! Anthony did such a terrible job at keeping it a surprise. My friends told him to keep me out of the house while they put the balloons and streamers in my room, but we got home a little too early that I caught them in the act....and also Anthony ended up telling me about it anyway, that loser. 



He's more than just my boyfriend, he has become one of my closest and bestest friends, even if he refuses to fist bump me. We've accumulated so many inside jokes over the course of our relationship, like "It's FUCKING MOLTEN" "Lemon Water" and so on. "As You Should" being our latest one lol. He's quiet to most people, but he's his truest self around me and I couldn't love him anymore than I already do. I can be myself one hundred percent when I'm around him. He loves me even when I act like a brat or a crybaby. He doesn't mind the weird sound effects I make or when I call him a "poop head." I've grown completely comfortable with him and can be myself 100%. I can't even recall when I realized I fell in love with him..it just happened.

This past year has been a challenging one for the two of us for sure. But regardless of the struggles we face or the arguments we go through, at the end of the day I know that I don't want to be with anyone else but him. We are still figuring out our future plans together and working out all the small details. Anthony always says that if we're going to do it, we're going to do it right. No rush and definitely no regrets. I know I can be really impatient and selfish with wanting you all to myself, but in a relationship (especially a long distance one) there's no room for selfishness. But you can't help a girl for wanting someone all to herself, right? 

Our first one thousand days together. We had our bad days, but more good than bad. We fight and we struggle, but we both know that we want to have each other in our lives. No matter how difficult it is, if we managed to make it work for one thousand days, what's another thousand? Like I said, I know I can get impatient or cranky, but what person wouldn't be okay with being away from their significant other for so long? Yes, I get tired of having to countdown how many more days until we get to see each other again, but if I have to I will. I just can't wait until we can count down the days until we no longer have to be apart. I love and appreciate all that you do for me and for us, even if I don't show it sometimes. I love you, ya stinky butt. And I'm glad you love me too. As you should. 
Sunday I had the day off and made the most of my day. I grabbed a late breakfast with Hannah and Monty. And let's just say when you have a gut instinct, you should definitely trust it. The place we went to eat at is called First Watch, and I knew which one Hannah wanted to go to, but I usually put the location in the GPS just in case. But of course, the GPS took us to the wrong location, and I just knew something was up while driving there. But of course, we finally found the right location. I ordered the Chile Chorizo, thinking it was vegan/vegetarian chorizo, but nope it was the real thing. It was still good though! Definitely one of the most healthiest and authentic breakfasts I've had in quite a while. After breakfast, Monty and I decided to go to this ginormous Kroger nearby. It was the biggest (no pun intended) mistakes we have ever made. Like seriously, this Kroger was so massive that it had a Starbucks inside of it. But like I said, it was a mistake going there, because it was so difficult to shop. There were too many people and because the store was so big, it was rather stressful to shop. To end the night we met up with some friends at Dave and Busters. 
Monday was a rather sad day because our fish, Darwin, passed away. We would've had him for a whole year this coming up May. I'm so upset because I had just come back from the pet store and got him more food and a new filter, only to discover he was no longer with us. We lost two other fish prior to Darwin, but I guess because he's been with us the longest, I feel an actual loss. It's still sad to walk by his fish tank not see him swimming around. 
 Tuesday was an average work day for me. Afterwards I went to the gym for the first time in weeks and it felt amazing! I ran a mile and a half, even in these old beat up shoes. From the gym I went to Eshie's house to pick up some of my clothes that I left there. The rest of my day just consisted of binge watching Bates Motel and working on blog stuff. If you haven't started or seen Bates Motel, I would highly recommend it. I am only finishing up season one, but it's already ridiculously got me hooked into it. 
 Wednesday was a super gorgeous and sunny day, but I didn't mange to take any photos because I was stuck inside working all day. Thursday I had the day off and I went back into my usual "day off" routine. I went to the gym in the morning and my legs are feeling like jell-o. I stopped by the grocery store on my way home to grab some snacks, and then headed home to work on more blog stuff. I was having a real need to be a "homebody."
Friday was a rather eventful day for me. I didn't expect to do all that I did, but I had so much fun! It started with having donuts for breakfast with Hannah and Deanna. Ugh the Lemon + Blueberry 100 layer donut did not disappoint. Lemon and blueberry just make the perfect pair and you put it in a donut...H E A V E N. I'll be putting up a separate post about this day because it's just too much to write about lol
Saturday, things got weird. Because it snowed. It was seriously 70 degrees earlier in the week, and I heard we were getting snow, but I did not expect it to actually snow. I'm like a child whenever it snows because I get all excited and happy inside. But no longer being a child, and having to do adult things like work, the snow isn't so much fun..especially when you have to drive in it. But by the middle of the day, the snow started to melt away, almost as if it never snowed in the first place. 


Weekly Photos // 05.03.2017 - 11.03.2017

March 12, 2017

Sunday I had the day off and made the most of my day. I grabbed a late breakfast with Hannah and Monty. And let's just say when you have a gut instinct, you should definitely trust it. The place we went to eat at is called First Watch, and I knew which one Hannah wanted to go to, but I usually put the location in the GPS just in case. But of course, the GPS took us to the wrong location, and I just knew something was up while driving there. But of course, we finally found the right location. I ordered the Chile Chorizo, thinking it was vegan/vegetarian chorizo, but nope it was the real thing. It was still good though! Definitely one of the most healthiest and authentic breakfasts I've had in quite a while. After breakfast, Monty and I decided to go to this ginormous Kroger nearby. It was the biggest (no pun intended) mistakes we have ever made. Like seriously, this Kroger was so massive that it had a Starbucks inside of it. But like I said, it was a mistake going there, because it was so difficult to shop. There were too many people and because the store was so big, it was rather stressful to shop. To end the night we met up with some friends at Dave and Busters. 
Monday was a rather sad day because our fish, Darwin, passed away. We would've had him for a whole year this coming up May. I'm so upset because I had just come back from the pet store and got him more food and a new filter, only to discover he was no longer with us. We lost two other fish prior to Darwin, but I guess because he's been with us the longest, I feel an actual loss. It's still sad to walk by his fish tank not see him swimming around. 
 Tuesday was an average work day for me. Afterwards I went to the gym for the first time in weeks and it felt amazing! I ran a mile and a half, even in these old beat up shoes. From the gym I went to Eshie's house to pick up some of my clothes that I left there. The rest of my day just consisted of binge watching Bates Motel and working on blog stuff. If you haven't started or seen Bates Motel, I would highly recommend it. I am only finishing up season one, but it's already ridiculously got me hooked into it. 
 Wednesday was a super gorgeous and sunny day, but I didn't mange to take any photos because I was stuck inside working all day. Thursday I had the day off and I went back into my usual "day off" routine. I went to the gym in the morning and my legs are feeling like jell-o. I stopped by the grocery store on my way home to grab some snacks, and then headed home to work on more blog stuff. I was having a real need to be a "homebody."
Friday was a rather eventful day for me. I didn't expect to do all that I did, but I had so much fun! It started with having donuts for breakfast with Hannah and Deanna. Ugh the Lemon + Blueberry 100 layer donut did not disappoint. Lemon and blueberry just make the perfect pair and you put it in a donut...H E A V E N. I'll be putting up a separate post about this day because it's just too much to write about lol
Saturday, things got weird. Because it snowed. It was seriously 70 degrees earlier in the week, and I heard we were getting snow, but I did not expect it to actually snow. I'm like a child whenever it snows because I get all excited and happy inside. But no longer being a child, and having to do adult things like work, the snow isn't so much fun..especially when you have to drive in it. But by the middle of the day, the snow started to melt away, almost as if it never snowed in the first place. 



Yesterday was a super fun one. I decided to get out of my hermit shell and get out the house. I met up with my friends Deanna and Hannah and we all had donuts for breakfast as Five Daughters Bakery. I seriously need to cut down on the donuts, they are lethal! (Just kidding, they are super good but you will be addicted so beware)



After donuts we walked around 12th South and showed Hannah some of the murals in the neighborhood. We found this new one on the side of the Corner Music Store. The line for the "I Believe In Nashville" mural was too long, so we ventured elsewhere.

For lunch we got some sushi at Wild Wasabi. And right next door was the Frist Art Museum. They were having an exhibit on Buddhist culture. 
One of the most interesting pieces was this mandala made entirely out of sand. Tibetan Monks actually came to the museum and made the mandala on location. The mandala took five days to make, and there is a video included in the exhibit showing the monks making it. The exhibit is going on until May 7th and I believe the monks are coming back on that day to do a closing ceremony!

The Buddhist Exhibit was my second favorite after the Claire Morgan "Stop Me Feeling." Her pieces were absolutely stunning. 


 This piece is called "Chasing Butterflies"
Claire Morgan's installations/pieces represent nature/animals adjusting to live in modern day society. I would recommend everyone look into her art because they are so breathtakingly beautiful!

We ended the day at the museum. The three of us were pretty exhausted, or I was at least lol. And we all weren't dressed appropriately for the weather. The day was super deceiving, it was super sunny out but extremely cold. And now as I am typing this, it's snowing outside! Nashville weather is absolutely indecisive and unpredictable. But I'm glad I got to take advantage of the the "nicer" weather yesterday.

Friday At The Frist

March 11, 2017


Yesterday was a super fun one. I decided to get out of my hermit shell and get out the house. I met up with my friends Deanna and Hannah and we all had donuts for breakfast as Five Daughters Bakery. I seriously need to cut down on the donuts, they are lethal! (Just kidding, they are super good but you will be addicted so beware)



After donuts we walked around 12th South and showed Hannah some of the murals in the neighborhood. We found this new one on the side of the Corner Music Store. The line for the "I Believe In Nashville" mural was too long, so we ventured elsewhere.

For lunch we got some sushi at Wild Wasabi. And right next door was the Frist Art Museum. They were having an exhibit on Buddhist culture. 
One of the most interesting pieces was this mandala made entirely out of sand. Tibetan Monks actually came to the museum and made the mandala on location. The mandala took five days to make, and there is a video included in the exhibit showing the monks making it. The exhibit is going on until May 7th and I believe the monks are coming back on that day to do a closing ceremony!

The Buddhist Exhibit was my second favorite after the Claire Morgan "Stop Me Feeling." Her pieces were absolutely stunning. 


 This piece is called "Chasing Butterflies"
Claire Morgan's installations/pieces represent nature/animals adjusting to live in modern day society. I would recommend everyone look into her art because they are so breathtakingly beautiful!

We ended the day at the museum. The three of us were pretty exhausted, or I was at least lol. And we all weren't dressed appropriately for the weather. The day was super deceiving, it was super sunny out but extremely cold. And now as I am typing this, it's snowing outside! Nashville weather is absolutely indecisive and unpredictable. But I'm glad I got to take advantage of the the "nicer" weather yesterday.
Hello, and here is the second part of Anthony's visit to Nashville. I'm still in the process of working on the vlog so be on the lookout for that! If you've been a regular reader of my blog, you'd know all Anthony and I do when we visit each other is go out to eat. We are avid food-lovers and have no shame in hiding it whatsoever.


One of the places we frequent whenever Anthony comes to visit is The Grilled Cheeserie. This time around we stopped by their brand new Melt Shop! The Vegan Coconut Shake was the absolute B E S T. By far of the best shakes I have ever had. I also ordered the Spinach and Artichoke melt, and if you are a big fan of spinach and artichoke dip, then will definitely be your cup of tea.
On Anthony's second to last day, we tried this new vegetarian place out called Wild Cow. I ordered the Wild Reuben and Anthony ordered the Buffalo Grinder. Both our dishes were super good but I would have to say that I like the Buffalo Grinder the best! For sure already decided that we are coming back to this place again whenever Anthony comes to visit. Also the location of this restaurant is quite dangerous, because it's right next to Jeni's Ice Cream and the new Five Daughter's location. We had a tough time deciding whether or not to get donuts or ice cream for dessert.
We decided to get ice cream, because we had already spoiled ourselves with a dozen donuts earlier in the week. Also Anthony kept mentioning how much he was craving ice cream, so of course I had to spoil my babes. And it's so cute whenever we go out and Anthony sees flowers because he can pretty much name any flower/plant out there. I forgot what he said these flowers were called, but they were too pretty next to our ice cream to not take a photo of. 
The sun was starting to set but of course me being me, I wanted to go out and take pictures. The sun was in our eyes, but we managed to get some good shots. Anthony can be so camera-shy sometimes, but he got out of his comfort zone and let me snap away!
We won't be seeing each other again until the summer time, but I definitely cannot wait because we'll be celebrating our three year anniversary! And I've got some fun things planned up for us to celebrate. Hope you enjoyed this post, and a new vlog should be up some time later next week!

Note to Anthony: Thanks again for being here for me when I was at my lowest. I don't know what I would've done without you here. I know I can handle things on my own, but you just made it a hell of a lot easier. I love you!


Nashville Adventures With Anthony

March 9, 2017

Hello, and here is the second part of Anthony's visit to Nashville. I'm still in the process of working on the vlog so be on the lookout for that! If you've been a regular reader of my blog, you'd know all Anthony and I do when we visit each other is go out to eat. We are avid food-lovers and have no shame in hiding it whatsoever.


One of the places we frequent whenever Anthony comes to visit is The Grilled Cheeserie. This time around we stopped by their brand new Melt Shop! The Vegan Coconut Shake was the absolute B E S T. By far of the best shakes I have ever had. I also ordered the Spinach and Artichoke melt, and if you are a big fan of spinach and artichoke dip, then will definitely be your cup of tea.
On Anthony's second to last day, we tried this new vegetarian place out called Wild Cow. I ordered the Wild Reuben and Anthony ordered the Buffalo Grinder. Both our dishes were super good but I would have to say that I like the Buffalo Grinder the best! For sure already decided that we are coming back to this place again whenever Anthony comes to visit. Also the location of this restaurant is quite dangerous, because it's right next to Jeni's Ice Cream and the new Five Daughter's location. We had a tough time deciding whether or not to get donuts or ice cream for dessert.
We decided to get ice cream, because we had already spoiled ourselves with a dozen donuts earlier in the week. Also Anthony kept mentioning how much he was craving ice cream, so of course I had to spoil my babes. And it's so cute whenever we go out and Anthony sees flowers because he can pretty much name any flower/plant out there. I forgot what he said these flowers were called, but they were too pretty next to our ice cream to not take a photo of. 
The sun was starting to set but of course me being me, I wanted to go out and take pictures. The sun was in our eyes, but we managed to get some good shots. Anthony can be so camera-shy sometimes, but he got out of his comfort zone and let me snap away!
We won't be seeing each other again until the summer time, but I definitely cannot wait because we'll be celebrating our three year anniversary! And I've got some fun things planned up for us to celebrate. Hope you enjoyed this post, and a new vlog should be up some time later next week!

Note to Anthony: Thanks again for being here for me when I was at my lowest. I don't know what I would've done without you here. I know I can handle things on my own, but you just made it a hell of a lot easier. I love you!


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