Monday, March 20, 2017

Ways to Drastically reduce your carbon footprint

I've really been fascinated by the Zero Waste movement the past few months and have decided to reevaluate my lifestyle. There are a million reasons why we should be conscious about our impact on the environment, and if you're reading this I probably don't have to tell you about the impact humans are having on this planet. If you feel the need for more research I suggest you check out this page by NASA.

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Real Talk: I was arrested for driving under the influence

Hey guys! This is my Real Talk series where I interview real college students about their experiences and situations. Today I'm talking with a 27-year-old senior who was arrested for driving while drunk. He has chosen to remain anonymous for this interview

Friday, September 30, 2016

Taking Stock September

I really really need for Haim to come out with some new music asap. Do yourself and Google "Haim Bass Face" it's probably the best thing you can do for yourself all week.

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Lighten your load for Back to School

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It's officially fall which means we're finally getting some nicer weather here in Texas! Even though it's cooler on campus, I still hate having to carry around my insanely heavy backpack all day.

Today I'm sharing the important things to bring, and things to leave behind in your college bag, then stick around to learn how to help lighten the load of women in need.

Saturday, September 24, 2016

October Calendar

I've really been loving fall colors, even though it's still 98 here in Texas. This month's calendar is another insanely simple one. I used this gorgeous font and some fall inspired colors to make a printable calendar and desktop background. You can download and print the calendar by clicking the image below.
If you like these designs please share them on social and leave me a comment below! I'm so excited to start pulling out my favorite fall clothes again! What are some of your favorite fall traditions?

Sunday, September 11, 2016

Real Talk: I'm on my college dance team

Hey guys! This is my Real Talk series where I interview college students about real situations they face every day. Today we're talking with Carolyn and her experience on a college dance team.

Saturday, September 3, 2016

Concrete Texture Backgrounds

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I found this gorgeous, free texture the other day and made some quick phone backgrounds for y'all. Fall is officially here and I'm definitely feeling the stress creeping in. Whenever I start feeling overwhelmed I like to put a pretty reminder on my phone for why I work as hard as I do. These phone backgrounds do just that.

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Taking Stock August

*Roller skates backwards while revealing sequin jacket* Check out 3:24, it's probably my favorite part of the whole video! Anyway, It's hard to believe August is over! School has started and we're just now getting back into the swing of things. This summer has felt so long because I got actually got the chance to go on vacation to Florida and I started a new job.


Watching: Mr. Robot
Listening: Priory, see above
Learning: How to shoot with my new studio lights


I've really been getting into simplifying my life recently, and with the craziness that is back to school I need all the simplification I can get.

I really suck at both making and keeping friends. Some of my closest friends graduated college last spring and have moved really far away.

It took me a while to figure out how to make really good grades in college. I teach this first year experience class every fall, and for my freshman fishies on campus this is a great article about failure in higher ed.

According to Buzzfeed I'm only 67% of an asshole, but definitely not when it comes to college classes. 

I wish everyone was on their game as much as my Art History history professor; she had the syllabus uploaded two weeks before the start of classes. There's still some ways to prep without em though.


Fountainhead phone background // Real Talk: I have anxiety and panic attacks // Jimmy Case Review // Making a College MGNT binder // Making the most of your monthly spread // Personal Planner Review

Don't forget to download these super cute calendars for September. I made printable ones and computer backgrounds, you can download them from this link. Don't forget to follow me on Twitter and Instagram, talk soon!

Saturday, August 27, 2016

Free September Calendar and background

I've really been inspired by great photography recently, so this month's calendar and background is really photo heavy. I found some breathtaking stock images from Death to Stock and Unsplash this past month and really wanted to use these in a minimal design.

Monday, August 22, 2016

How to create a color coding system that works

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College can be insanely stressful; from classes themselves, to extracurriculars, a social life, working out and work back to school can easily feel overwhelming. Today I'm helping you create a comprehensive color-code system to help you organize every aspect of your life. 

Saturday, August 20, 2016

Fountainhead phone background

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I read The Fountainhead this past summer and it was one of those books that really changed my life.  Howard Roark is a modern architect in the '20s and '30s, before modern architecture was cool. Roark is one of the most confident, head strong characters I've ever experienced. Rand has some pretty strong ideas about Objectivism, but I think there are still a lot of things to be learned from Roark and the entire novel itself.

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Real Talk: I have anxiety and panic attacks

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Hey y'all! I'm starting a new series about real situations college students face every day. Today we're talking with Hannah Nicole about her experience with anxiety and panic attacks.

Saturday, August 13, 2016

Replace your Wristlet with jimmyCASE

I absolutely hate having to carry around a purse or wristlet during the school year–as if I don't have enough stuff to carry around. I need all my essentials in one place and instantly accessible. Which is why I'm reviewing the jimmyCASE, the magic elastic wallet case.

Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Creating a College Management Binder + Free printables

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It can be so hard to get and stay organized at the start of a new school year. I think it was in elementary school that I fell in love with with those five-inch, three ring binders with the huge zippers and shoulder straps everyone had to have. But what I liked about them was that everything was in one single place. 

Today they're called management binders, and they're pretty popular for your home or work, but today I'm helping you create a college management binder for back to school. For college I need something to catch all my important info, but be small enough to not get in the way of my stuff for class. Let's start with the basics.

Saturday, August 6, 2016

Using a monthly calendar for long term planning

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Planning on a monthly calendar isn't something a lot of people write about because it seems like common sense: write things down on your calendar. But when you're handling work, school and a social life it's hard to balance big picture projects with your day-to-day obligations. Today I'll be showing you how to map out your month for long term goals.

Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Personal Planner Review and Giveaway

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It can be hard finding a planner to fit all your needs as a student, and even more expensive when looking for customized options. Today I'm doing a review and giveaway of the Personal Planner, which has the flexibility to fit pretty much everyone's needs.

Saturday, July 30, 2016

Taking Stock July

Can we talk about how July has flown by! Right when I thinkgs are settling down my life revs right back up again. I'm over half way through my summer drawing class and it's not going half as bad as I thought it would. I'm really looking forward to August because I've got some awesome things coming down the pipeline, but first let's take a look back at July.


Reading: The Girl With All the Gifts by M. R. Carey
Watching: Stranger Things Season 1
Listening: San Fermin- still
Learning: How to not switch from blogger to a self hosted Wordpress
Instagramming: The first drink I legally purchased myself


1. Book of the Month Club

My parents got me a year long subscription for my birthday and let me just say a monthly book subscription is a genius idea. I've made a goal to read 24 books for pleasure in 2016, and with this I'll be sure to stay on track. Basically judges find five really good, new books and you can pick one each month. I chose Missing, Presumed from the July selections and really like it so far, and what's great is they're all hard backs which would normally cost a ton. p.s. You can get 50% off a 3 month subscription with code REFER50!

2. These Black bootie wedges

Ok, so they're a little too tall for work and I probably couldn't run around campus in them, but my sister got these and I immediately went out and bought a pair of my own. They were such a good deal and were almost out of my size!

3. Nike 2-in-1 shorts

I got two pairs of these from the Nike outlet last week and have practically been living in them. I've also started weight training, so I like the coverage of the compression shorts and the range of motion of the outer short.

4. My Classic Camelbak

I bought this a few years ago for Austin City Limits and it has since made a revival after the release of PokemonGo. I love being able to throw my wristlet and external battery in there and be ready to go. I'm on level 13 but still haven't figured out the whole gym battling thing yet.

By the way there's still time to download and print my August 2016 calendar above. Follow me on Twitter and Pinterest and we'll talk soon!

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

21 things I've learned in 21 years

I hit 21 earlier this month and wanted to share some life lessons I've figured out thus far. These range from general life hacks to long term career advice, and are in no particular order. 

Saturday, July 23, 2016

August 2016 Calendar

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Can we talk about how I'm already seeing back to school stuff in stores and there's no way I'm ready. This months calendar was really quick to make, but super easy to use.

Friday, July 1, 2016

Taking Stock June

I've decided to start up my "Taking Stock" posts where I summarize what I've been up to. I'll share things I like (music, blog posts and such), things I've been doing and reading recently.

It was tough to find time to blog last spring. It was my first semester of full fledged major classes and I was in a panic about grades early on. Plus I was working two jobs which gave for little free time. I took time to decide what was important to me. I buckled down and even got on the Dean's List last semester. Anyway, things have mellowed out a bit and I've finally found time to start blogging regularly again.


Watching: Parks and Rec Season 1
Learning: Rudimentary Coding for my new job
Instagramming: Me on the beach in Panama City Florida


1. Yeti Rambler 

I picked this up during my Florida Vacation and it has changed the game on thermoses. On our 12-hour drive back from Florida I had perfectly chilled water the whole way. 

2.  Erin Condren Life Planner 

I ordered mine on the launch date (when they were having all those horrible server problems). I had switched to bullet journaling last semester and though I'd never go back to a traditional–or such an expensive–planner. But then I saw this gorgeous cover and the new neutral layout and I decided to give it another try.

3. Stop, Breathe, & Think 

The app was originally made for kids and teens, but I really love the cute design and the progress tracking. And unlike other meditation apps, this has tons of free content. It felt sort of weird to be sitting at my desk each morning with my eyes closed, but after a week or so of it it started feeling more comfortable.

4. Fossil's Preston Multifunction in Papaya

I've been needing a quality wristlet for some time now. I'm notorious for bringing just my phone out whenever I don't feel like lugging out my entire purse. I like this one because it holds my phone perfectly and I can easily tuck in the wrist strap and throw it in my purse.

That's it for this month guys. Be sure to find me on Pinterest below to keep up with TCD updates and follow my day-to-day on Instagram and Twitter.

Saturday, June 25, 2016

July Calendar and Backgrounds

I've really been inspired by bright colors and pretty brush strokes this past week. I've created a few different types of backgrounds: a computer background with July 2016 calendar, a plain computer background,phone background and a printable calendar. You can download all of them below.

Printable Calendar

Download a printer-friendly version below

Friday, May 6, 2016

PSA to Non-Feminists: You're welcome

A friend on Facebook shared this article which I think gives a skewed view of modern feminism.

The article claims that women have more respect now than ever before in history, but it doesn't address the fact that we got here by the feminists that came before us. It took hundreds of years for women to gain the right to vote, own property and work in respectable conditions that modern, anti-feminists don't recognize. We take for granted the effects of feminism daily, our ability to refuse marriage, go to college, join the military, dress how we want, take birth control, the list goes on and on.

Thursday, March 31, 2016

How Gameification helped me hack my Goals

Remember when you were little and your over-excited babysitter would try to make cleaning up a game. Carpet is hot lava, or put things up as fast as possible, that sorta thing. Well, a good 15 years later and I'm finally discovering the power of turning boring tasks into games. Gamification is making normal tasks like tidying up my apartment or reading a chapter for Bio much easier and more fun.

I use an app called Habitica to gameify my life. It's a free website and app that you can track daily todos, habits, and tasks. Each time you check something off you're rewarded with items and money you can use to boost you avatar. 

Friday, February 19, 2016

7 reasons I am not a fashion blogger

It's been a big year for The College girl Daily. I've got sponsored posts, I've had over 200K views, and I've gotten over 500 Instagram followers. But I realized something the other day that made me sad but also relieved at the same time: I am not a fashion blogger.

Sunday, January 17, 2016

Free 2016 Printable Calendar

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For the longest time I was using some one else's calendars to keep up with my school work, but they weren't exactly what I was looking for, so I created these free, printable calendars with the student in mind. I used this gorgeous font and spend the weekend creating 12 calendars for 2016.

Saturday, January 16, 2016

Classic Grey Blazer

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It's been a while since I've done an outfit post so I figured I'd show off my new favorite blazer from LOFT. Blazers are so essential for a college wardrobe, and I love the gray because it can be more casual than a classic black one.

Saturday, January 9, 2016

My 2016 Reading List

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I'd hate to say it, but I'm a big goal setter during January. This year I'm trying to read 2-3 books every month which translates to reading somewhere between 24 and 52 books total. Last year I read 15 books which isn't terrible, but I'd like to be more mindful about reading this year.

So I've come up with this list of books I'm trying to read this year. I haven't got these in any sort of order or theme, just books I've been wanting to read. It should be noted though that I have no problem stopping a book halfway through if I get too bored with it- I'm looking at you The Emperor's Children.

Saturday, January 2, 2016

How to set up a new bullet journal

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Aaah the new year means a new bullet journal! Today I'm showing you how I set up a bullet journal for the new year and semester. With my bullet journal I keep up with a full course load, a part time management position at a clothing store, an internship, and of course this blog. A journal typically lasts me a semester or about six months, so this is a twice-a-year process for me.

Saturday, November 28, 2015

5 things that happen you're properly hydrated

It's the holidays, and while most of us are waiting until our New year, New me syndrome kicks in, I'm being proactive about my health as we head deeper into the holiday season.

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Monday, November 16, 2015

Free Phone Background

It's been a while since I've made a phone background so I though I'd whip up an abstract one with some really pretty colors. Feel free to download it to use on your phone. If you're on a mobil device, just press and hold the image to save it to your camera roll. Then go to your settings and change the your background. If you're on the computer, save this image to your desktop then email it to yourself to pull up on your phone. If you like this background let me know on twitter or in the comments below

Thursday, November 12, 2015

Book Inspired Outfits: All the Light we Cannot see by Anthony Doerr

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Dress: Mod Cloth // Backpack: Vagabond Traveler // Shoes: Seychelles  // Trench: JCrew // Tights: Forever 21

 This outfit is inspired Anthony Doerr's All the Light We Cannot See. I downloaded this book two or three days ago and I've already finished. I was a little hesitant to start this one because I haven't read a historical fiction novel in a while, but I really enjoyed the beautiful language and spectacular story line.

Sunday, November 1, 2015

November Printable Calendar

I've missed a few months of making calendars but I found this gorgeous picture last week that inspired me for this month's calendar. Lots of stars and pretty fall colors this month.

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If you'd like to print this calendar just click on it above for a printable version. Let me know what you think in the comments below or by tweeting me.

Saturday, October 24, 2015

How I manage my time in college

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 I feel like I've finally figured out how to keep up with college, and I'm confident I've got this time management thing down to a science. There are three main tools I use to keep up with my internship, my job, classes, extracurriculars, and my personal life, each of which I'll go over today.

Let me first say that time management in college can look different for everybody, so if you try out my tactics for a while and realize they don't work for you then it's totally fine. Move on and find some other way to be a time management guru.

The entire point of time management is to make sure you know exactly what you need to be doing and when. This is a main reason I'm not into the Erin Condren planners and the "Glam Planning" community. I personally don't have an hour each week to decorate my planner, I need something quick that will capture everything on my plate in one place.

Color Code

I want to talk about my color code system before we get into my tools, as it's the same across all my planning platforms. I wrote this post a while back about how to color code your bullet journal, which you can read here. But in general I use both colored pens and highlighters to keep up with my internship, work, class work and personal stuff.

At the beginning of the semester I assign a color to each class, then write in due dates in the corresponding color on my calendar. This way I can save space by not having to write "Comm Theory Quiz 2" I can just do "Quiz 2" in orange and know it's for Comm Theory. I don't use the colored pens as much in my planner, but rather highlighters. I typically use the pens on my printed calendar, which I'll talk more about later. I also use highlighters for my other priorities: green for my extracurriculars like clubs, blue for personal stuff (like lunch with my sister or working out), pink for my blog, yellow for work, purple for my internship, and orange for general school stuff (like Thanksgiving break, homework, or advising.)

I've found it useful to keep a consistent coloring system across all your tools, If possible even get notebooks or folders for your classes in their corresponding color. This will help you memorize your color coding system and keep things running smoothly throughout the semester. I've come to realize that the more simple your color code system the more useable it will be as the semester rolls on. At the beginning of last semester I had ten different colors for all my different priorities, and by the end of the semester I ended up using the six I use today. Don't be afraid to have really broad categories, it's pointless to set up a system if it's not going to help you be productive.

Another point I want to mention before we get into my tools is that your tools need to be simple enough that you'll actually use them. Also, consider that the entire point of time management is to get work done, so If planning your day is getting in the way of things you need to do then it's time to reevaluate your system. Let's get into my tools.

1. My Bullet Journal

I've written pretty extensively on my Bullet Journal in the past. If you have no idea what a bullet journal is I suggest reading my post from a little while ago. Basically bullet journaling is a notebook where you keep all your daily to dos, notes, and lists all in one place. Unlike traditional planners, bullet journals are 100 percent catered to your needs, which is perfect for what I need in college. You fill in the month as you go and use pages as you need them for to-dos, notes, lists, and what ever else you need to keep on hand. Once you learn a few basics of bullet journaling, (like how set it up, and what it looks like to use it day to day) it's such an easy system to catch everything you need to keep up with in your life.

Apart from daily to-do lists I have a few pages like 'Book I want to read', 'Blog posts Ideas', and sketches of designs I want to do. This is where a bullet journal shines above any planner I've used in the past because I don't need a zillion different notebooks or planners for blogging or for my internship or what ever else. I don't have time to keep up with three or four notebooks, with this system I have one notebook for everything my life throws at me.

As far as they hardware I use I've always been a fan of Moleskines. My current on is a large red with graph paper, which I'm finding very useful. I always get a colored Moleskine for my planner, then a black on for my journaling journal. I also mark on the outside of the bottom pages the months I used the planner. Typically a journal will last me a semester and a half. For pens I like the Pilot G2 in .07 mm. black and the colored Steadlar pens. I also use sharpie highlighters.

2. Binder

I also use a half-inch binder for college where I keep up with my class syllabi, class schedules and graded papers. I have a few sturdy tab dividers, one for each class. Behind each tab I have the class calendar (because it's what I refer to most often), then my syllabus for the class, then any graded papers go behind that. I also keep a few printed copies of my resume and work samples in the back just in case. The dividers have pockets which is really useful for when I want to just throw something in there and clean up my binder later.

At one point I tried using a bigger binder but realized by only using a 1/2 inch one I'm forced to keep it organized and minimal. I tried keeping class notes in my binder too but it ended up being too cluttered so I just switched over to a brad folder.

I also make sure my binder has a clear outside sleeve where I keep my calendar on the front and a package of scantrons and my degree plan on the back. Keeping your calendar on the outside of your binder makes it easy to pull it out and see what's coming up for the week instead of digging through your planner or binder. Here I've shot a picture of what my calendar looks like at the end of the month, you can see how I've used highlighters

3. Calendar

Long term planning is one of the problems when it comes to bullet journaling, and I've found the most basic calendar to be the solution. I use these free printable calendars from Landeelu. Here's a link to her 2015 calendars and here's a link to her 2016 package. I like these because they're pretty but still functional.

At the beginning of the semester I go through with my colored pens and write in all my due dates and test dates in the correct class color–as shown above. I also go through and mark all my pay days, trips, meetings, and anything else I have coming up for the foreseeable future. Then each week as I get my work schedule, I write it my shifts and highlight them for work–yellow– or my internship–purple. I also put my work schedule in my planner on the current month page but it's just a backup.

By the end of the month my calendar looks a little more full as I add in shorter term assignments and my work schedules and it starts looking like the picture above.

4. Schedule

Finally, I always use Google calendar to organize my schedule. At the beginning of the semester, I go through and put in my class schedule having it repeat and stop on the proper days, as shown below.
I also add my professor's office hours onto a calendar of their own with the building and room number. I normally hide this calendar, but when I do need it it's simple for me to show the calendar and see how their hours fit into my schedule. I also make this a shade of orange to fit into my color coding. 
I like the iPhone calendar instead of the gmail app to keep my schedule on the go with me. The app  icon itself shows the date so I can see it at a quick glance–unlike the gmail app. The main feature I like about the iPhone calendar app is the horizontal view of your schedule. Whenever I have a quick appointment to add it's easy to do it right on my phone and put it on the correct calendar. 

When it comes to scheduling things I typically only schedule actual events like classes or work. I attempted to schedule when I would do smaller tasks–like grocery shop or whatever– and schedule every second of my day and found it just stressed me out more. Plus I'm not really good at estimating how long a task will take. For example I'll schedule myself to do homework for an hour and the assignment ends up taking me like twenty minutes. 

I hope you've picked up a few ideas about how to manage your time in college a little better. If you have any questions about how I keep up with things in college please feel free to Tweet me or email me at I love talking about this stuff.

Friday, September 4, 2015

Book inspired outfits: The Secret History by Donna Tartt

This is a type of post I've been thinking about doing for a while. I'm a book worm by heart, and I love the idea of blending my love of books and fashion. So I'm going to start doing outfits inspired by whatever I'm currently reading. I'll also include a quick synopsis of each book and if I'm feeling ambitious a playlist that I think fits with the mood of the book.

This outfit is inspired by Donna Tartt's The Secret History. I picked this book up right before vacation as something to read on the long road trip. My kindle–which is suppose to have a month long battery– ended up dying halfway through the trip because I was reading so much.

Thursday, August 27, 2015

How to become more interesting

This is a guest post I wrote for Catherine over at Cath In College

I’m very sorry to say that being caught up on all your Netflix shows isn’t the coolest thing in the world. What does make people more interesting is the things they do in their free time. Whether you need to beef up your resume with hobbies that make you stand out or need something to talk about when you meet new people, here are a few ways to make you more interesting.

Monday, August 24, 2015

Vacation Recap: A photo essay

I need a vacation from vacation. I'm drinking nothing but detox tea and water once I'm back home and I'm starting a new workout program asap to get ready for Austin City Limits in a few months.

Last week we drove out to Odessa Monday and I spend almost the entire trip reading The Secret History by Donna Tartt, and my Kindle battery–which is suppose to last me a month– gave out on me by Thursday because I've been reading so much.

Monday we got in went to dinner with Adrian's family, we were all so tired from the five hour drive that we came home and crashed.

Tuesday we were up bright and early and made our way further west to New Mexico.

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Saturday, August 22, 2015

Decorate on a {tight} budget

Hi, everyone! I'm Susie, the 20-year-old college blogger behind In Susie's Shoes. I currently live in Arlington, Texas and study journalism and public relations at UTA. I spend most of my drinking excessive amounts of coffee and Instagramming too many pictures of my pup. My blog consists of my latest fashion finds and tried-and-true recipes I've been cooking up. Check it all out for yourself at

As much as I grew up on the idea of being non-materialistic, I won't lie to you: I love having nice things. But being that I am 20 years old and a full-time student with only a part-time job, paying rent and pleading with my mom to loan me twenty bucks for gas is a little higher on my priorities list than dropping a couple hundred dollars on the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale or buying a $1500 coffee table. Online shopping consists of hitting the "Shop from: Lowest to Highest" option on the drop down menu. And even then, I have to close out of the tab because I know I still don't need that pair of $5 socks from Forever21 or another coffee mug from Etsy.

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My name is Jerrieal and I am the editor and writer of the Fashion and Lifestyle Blog Lumarnescene. I am currently a student at The University of Texas at Arlington and Public relations major. The reason that I started my blog was because I wanted to have an outlet of my own to be able to express myself and to try something different. I always believe in following your heart, because you never know where it may lead you. 

I am happy to present to you all this simple yet chic outfit which is great for transitioning from the summer into the fall season. With these jeans being my favorite I thought that I would add a little fall color to it to get you all ready for the best season all year round. The "shirt" that I'm wearing is actually a dress that a bit to short for me. I love how flow and loose it is, which is why it is great to pair with jeans.

Adding a few accessories such as these Kendra Scotts, a small smartphone wallet and a casual pair of shoes you are all set to go for a causal day for running errands or spending time with family. Fall is the best time of the year, and as you can tell I ready for this season! 

Thank you so much for stopping, and thank you Hannah-Beth for giving me this opportunity!


Friday, August 21, 2015

How to stay organized for fall semester

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Hey y'all! My name is Sophia  and I am a senior at the University of North Texas and am new to Dallas. I am a public relations gal and am obsessed with my dog, cooking, and entertaining. I am always on the lookout for new creative outlets and enjoy doing calligraphy in my spare time! Thanks for joining me today!

With the new semester quickly approaching, I can't help but feel a little bit overwhelmed. Where did the summer go?! I have been dreading getting back into the routine of going to class every day, taking exams back to back, and working on homework all night. However, it makes a huge difference for me when I am organized because it allows me to get back into the school life with full force. Check out my top 3 tips below to stay organized for fall semester:

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