For the last few years, I have done a summer project. I’ve dedicated a lot of my time learning more about a particular subject that I might not have learned a lot about in school. In the Summer of 2016, I started this blog and I spent a lot of time learning about blogging and
I love traveling! Here recently, every time my family and I sit down to plan a vacation, I always suggest going abroad. I love seeing different countries and their cultures. I’ve only been to 4 countries so far. International travel always sounds so appealing, but as I think about it, there is so much the
Here’s this week’s New Teen & YA (Young Adult) New Releases, I am most excited about! The first listed is actually on my summer reading list (which you can find here). I heard about this book months ago and I told myself I’m definitely gonna add this to My Summer Reading List! I wish,
Hello everyone! I am SUPER excited to (finally) announce my 2018 summer reading list! Many of you have asked what I plan to read this Summer and because of this I’m so excited to share! This year has been rough and I haven’t been able to read that much because of school and other activities.
Here’s this week’s New book releases of Teen and Young Adult (YA) books that I’m most excited about. Wow, it’s an amazing book week I have 3 more weeks until the end of school. I literally can’t wait to be able to read any time I really want! I’m still working on my summer reading
Happy May! Here’s this week’s new releases, in the Teen and YA genres I’m most excited about. Not only does May bring the flowers but it also brings great books that can easily be add to your summer reading list. Hope you find your next read from this wonderful list! For sixteen-year-old Tiffany Sly,
Today, I listened to The Poet X! It was about 3 hours and 30 minutes long. I have to admit, it was SOOO Good! The narration was awesome! The narrator was the author! I’ve been running short on time lately and was in need of a book today so, I decided to listen to it
Happy Fashion Friday! Today’s Fashion Friday is going to be a little bit different. I’m not going to be featuring an outfit today because it has been raining off and on all week, but this weekend I should be able to do next week’s Fashion Friday. (I’m crossing my fingers and even my toes, because
Here’s this week’s new releases, I’m really excited about. I’m starting to jot down books that I want to read this summer. I will share with you once, I have it completed, however it probably will not be until close to the end of spring. I hope that posting these each week helps you figure
Happy Sock Sunday & Earth Day! I’m so excited about my next read The One Thing by Marci Lyn Curtis! I’m SUPER EXCITED to share that I got a signed copy of this book!!! I’m Starstruck! Authors are like SUPERSTARS to me! Anyways, I can’t wait to read both of these books! I will also be
Happy Fashion Friday! I’m really glad that I got some warm weather over the past weekend for a quick photoshoot, so that I could get this Fashion Friday post up! It’s still a little bit chilly here but, hopefully the weather will still be nice enough to continue my shoots for Fashion Friday! Anyways, I’m
Happy Tuesday! Here’s this week’s book releases that I’m excited about. I’ve been thinking about what it would be like if I could just live on a tropical beach and sit and read at least 50% of the time. Life would be GREAT! I would fill up the other half of the time with shopping, blogging,
As many of you all know, Polyvore was a site where you could make fashion sets and become a fashion editor on your own. I’ve done many sets for Fashion Friday using Polyvore to make fashion collages as it is too cold to take many pictures outside and have a photo shoot. I haven’t
Here’s this week’s YA/Teen read’s I’m really excited about! I’m going on a road trip at the end of this week for Spring break and I may pick one of these books to read. I’m not a huge fan of long road trips but being able to sit in one place to read sounds good.
For my English class, I had to read The Diary of Anne Frank. First, I would like to say that Anne Frank’s storytelling and her vocabulary at her age (13-15 years old) was very impressive. She made you feel what she was going through and did a great job making the reader understand what most
On Saturday, March 24th there were hundreds of thousands of people marching in Washington D.C. (and other cities around the U.S.) to protest against gun violence. Even though, I couldn’t go to the march yesterday, I was there with them in spirit. I’m very proud of all of the students who were able to be