I just so happened to stumble upon this amazing website. I’m not sure what the point of it is, I just think people post things on it? I sound really dumb. But you take a look and tell me what it is. http://indulgy.com/ is what it is!

It is so cute. I will share it with you.




Mobile Love

I have to do a book report for english, and I am going to do a mobile. So I looked up “cute mobile ideas” on google and this is what came up. And now I guess I have to make all of them. :]

This is my new room project. It looks like paper taped to the wall! Its GENIUS!!!

To do: Go to thrift store, buy a book, cut out hearts. Make mobile. lovelovelove.

This one here looks like its going to take a lot of time. Butterfly die-cuts and lots of ribbon. Fishing line. oohhh.

Ooohhhhhh…..my new favorite print!!! I must get some of this!


We’re just mad about chevron.

I’ve known about this song since it first came out, but today I had my ipod on shuffle, and it came on and I remembered how much I love it. [Don’t ask me how I forgot it.]

This song is absolutely incredible. What song is this, you ask? Winter Song, by Sara Bareilles and Ingrid Michaelson.

Every time I listen to it, I am so overwhelmed with their beautiful harmony. Its just so pure, you know? There are absolutely no imperfections.

I just thought I would share it with you! If you haven’t heard it, I think you should go listen to it, and possibly purchase it.

How is your Tuesday so far? Mine was ehh. This song cheered me up. :]



I Think I’m Growing up?

For the last four years, I have been faithfully purchasing Seventeen Magazine every month and reading each issue over and over until they were memorized. Each time I looked at the fashion section, I thought, “When am I ever going to wear that?!”, but still thinking that since it was Seventeen, so of course it HAD to be amazing.  Taking a closer look at every issue, they LOVE to mix different things. For example, they really press mixing prints. Which is totally fine! I love mixing prints. But they take it to a new extreme. To be honest, I have never worn anything relatively close to any of their outfits, as most of them are sort of outrageous.

Don’t get me wrong, I love when they talk DIY and have new hairstyles and new ways to wear your clothes. But something about it, I’m not sure. I think I’m moving on to “older” magazines. Hello, Lucky, Marie Claire and In Style! I feel these help me more with my fashion, as I like more timeless pieces rather than the latest, of-the-moment style tips that Seventeen provides.

Thank you, Seventeen. You got me started on my fashion obsession, and I will always love you for that. Sadly, I think I’m growing up, therefore I am moving on.

I think I might have made that more emotional than I needed to. But you guys catch my drift.

Happy Monday! [Not.]




So I absolutely loved Louise Rennison’s first series, The Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, and I mean I LOVED it. I’m actually re-reading it as we speak. (or read, or write, or…) This book, Withering Tights, is such a great read! It was hilarious, just as I suspected from good old Louise, and it was very cute. If you liked the confessions, you sure will love this. Although, I must say, The Confessions of Georgia Nicolson will always hold a special place in my heart as my favourite books of all time.

Right, well there you go! This book is fabbity fab, and I simply can’t wait for the next one.

Happy Sunday! :]



Fashion Tip: Leggings Aren’t Pants.

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