Be prepare for any day adventure using my travel essentials. I cover not only the standard basic essentials for your purse but also the items people tend to forget. It’s hard to remember what you’re missing until you need it. Click below, to find out what’s in my travel bag, to view the video.
Spring break is finally here and of course it came with a cold. To do a little self treat, I decided why not try something new, a clay mask to help me feel a little better. While this is my first clay mask to ever try, I will say it is more satisfying than any sheet mask I have tried. First, the smell is clean, the color is my favorite shade of blue, it cools the face and tightens as it dries. However, it only appears tight when moving your mouth. Simply putting it on my face was fun as the clay is cool to the touch, relax for 10 to 15 minutes and wash off with warm water on a wash cloth.
This is one of my favorite apps that I use multiple times in the week. It is essential to finding my car at the large unmarked university parking lots or even finding my way back to a certain spot. The app pinpoints your location and saves it by pressing the pin button. On your way back simply hit the arrow and it will route back to the pin. Overall it takes the stress away from remembering exactly what turns I took in order to find my way back or how far away I really parked the car.
Apple products are a blessing but also a curse when you do not own only Apple products. This little guy takes away the constant headache of having an android and a MacBook. Even if an Apple product isn’t slowing you down it is a fairly simple way to share multiple photos with others on the go quickly. Before using this device I recommend charging the phone, as it drains battery life when downloading over a hundred photos. I learned this the hard way after attempting to pick and choose certain photos I wanted to transfer (well over 1,000).
Transitioning into spring, excited for all the innovative spring lines hitting my inbox, searching for something fresh add to my wardrobe. In anticipation for spring cleaning, it is time to show some love to my classic staple pieces in my wardrobe that are continually being abused season after season. I love a good staple piece, especially since they never go out of style. As the seasons fade and trends change these items remain on top for any occasion.
After missing a couple of posts this month, I decided it was time to evaluate my psychological and physical health. The two are a couple holding hands but when one is without the other things get rocky. When physical health is abandoned eventually psychological health starts to fall apart. It is important to remember to take time for yourself no matter how daunting your checklist is. I fall prey to this easily and pay for it every time.
Do not be that boring cookie cutter person who brings roses and plans a reservation for two (unless that’s what they asked for or really enjoy). Try being different, think a little out of the Hallmark holiday. Even swinging by Starbucks or Jamba Juice to pick up their drink of choice on a random day shows love. Show interest in their hobby: buy tickets to a show (not a movie), dart painting, rock climbing, race car driving, archery, horseback riding, dancing, music or have a photoshoot.