• Travel Bucketlist for 2016

13/ 04/ 2016

Eyebrow Essentials

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Eyebrows are absolute essentials now a days. When I look back at pictures of me from high school, I wonder how I ever got away with not doing my brows and proceed to cringe for a good minute.

Brows frame our face, so it’s absolutely vital to master the art of filling in brows! It’s definitely not something that you learn over night, and it takes a lot of practice and trial and error to figure out the right shape for you. There are lots of online videos to show you the proper ways to fill in and shape your brows to your liking, but I’d like to share with you my essentials in my eyebrow routine! Read more »



03/ 04/ 2016

Travel Bucketlist for 2016

2016 has already been a very busy year for me! I started the toughest semesters for nursing school, I’m applying to graduate school in literally two months, and I’ve had to adapt to this busy and sleep deprived life change for the better of my future (it’s worth it right?!). But one thing is certain. Traveling is always on my mind.

I’ve made it a goal for myself that while in college I’ll travel somewhere new at least once a year. Whether it be a new country, new state or new city, I want to experience at least one new place every year. When I graduate, I hope to change my goals to a new country a year!

So, I present to you my travel bucketlist for 2016! I definitely don’t believe I can travel to every place on my bucketlist within the year, but these are places I realistically could travel to with the time and money I have.

Big Sur, California

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I had no clue of Big Sur’s existence till last year, and ever since I saw pictures of this beautiful place, I knew I had to visit it as soon as possible. As much as I love the city, I absolutely love being surrounded by nature. Big Sur screams nature, and it’s absolutely stunning! I’m aiming to make a trip to Big Sur this summer. Fingers crossed!Read more »



27/ 03/ 2016

Texas Tulips

Sometimes I wished I lived in the city surrounded by numbers of skyscrapers and twinkling lights. I’ve always dreamt of moving to places like New York, San Francisco, or Seattle, and end up taking DFW for granted. But DFW has its perks too! You get the best of two cities, Dallas and Fort Worth, and you have all sorts of fun activities within reasonable driving distance.

The most recent event was Texas Tulips, a lawn of fresh tulips ready to be picked about one hour away from Fort Worth. You definitely don’t get something as pretty as a field of flowers in the city! There are rows after rows of beautiful tulips with variations that I’ve never even imagined. You just grab a basket and go about picking whichever tulips you like. At the end, the tulips are wrapped in a a lovely bouquet for you. It’s a bit pricey at $2.50 a stem, but it makes a lovely date out with friends or a loved one!

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