In fashion ootd spring

Denim on Denim

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Denim, spring, summer, forever 21, banana republic, red, red purse, heels, hat, black pumps, business casual, college, college fashion, college wardrobe, work wardrobe,

Denim, spring, summer, forever 21, banana republic, red, red purse, heels, hat, black pumps, business casual, college, college fashion, college wardrobe, work wardrobe,

Denim, spring, summer, forever 21, banana republic, red, red purse, heels, hat, black pumps, business casual, college, college fashion, college wardrobe, work wardrobe,

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Heels: Nine West // Top and Jeans: LOFT // Hat: Boutique // Purse: Banana Republic Factory store 

     The sun finally came last Wednesday giving me a chance to shoot. Texas has had nothing but storms and flooding recently, so most of my usual spots were insanely muddy. I published a post earlier this week about summer hats and gave myself a mission to actually use some of the ones in my closet. I got this one while I was still in high school. Anyway, I got my purse from Banana Republic Factory store for, get this, $30. I couldn't even find them online to see how much it was originally but I had been on the hunt for a colorful structured purse for a while now. I feel like so much of my wardrobe is dark, so bright accessories are my favorite way to brighten up an outfit. 



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Put a lid on it: Perfect summer hats

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     I've acquired a few hats over the past few years, for ACL last October I packed three different hats that were perfect for keeping the sun off my face. Below is my black wide brim hat that I could shove into my backpack without worrying about it losing its shape. However, I've been having some trouble incorporating hats into my daily wardrobe. Even living in Texas there are surprisingly few appropriate opportunities to wear a cowboy hat.
     What are your favorite ways to wear hats? Any tips for incorporating them into your everyday wardrobe?

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How to color code your bullet journal

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     My most popular blog post ever is How to color code your planner (without losing your mind), that post alone has almost 25,000 pageviews. I've really evolved my color coding system since that post, so I decided it's time for a revamp. I've started using a new planner system called bullet journaling, which I wrote about here. Today I'm sharing how I color code my bullet journal system, let's do this.

Keys

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     So one of the basic tools of a bullet journal is the bullet key. Although this doesn't have much to do with color coding, it'll be useful as we look at other pages in my planner. Mine is very very simple. I've pinned tons of images with doodles, and squiggles and what not, but I've noticed I only use a variation of two symbols, a square and a circle. Square is something to do, and a circle is somewhere to be. I can't draw a checkmark, so I use Xs to note items/events as completed. If I move something I put a little right arrow. If something is irrelevant I just cross the whole line. Other than that I don't use the other bullets shown in my key above. 


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     Ok, next up is my color code, again I like to keep this pretty simple. I made this key at the beginning of the semester and it's pretty much boiled down to five colors: pink, blue, green, orange and yellow. You can see what each of those mean above, but I've combined the two blues into a personal category and gotten rid of the light green and pushed health/diet into the blue. Now let's get to some actual coloring.

Indexing

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     Ok so this is an index for my planner, what I like about this system instead of traditional planners is I can use it to fit my needs. For example, as you can see on the left page of my index there's a lot of green, which signifies my newspaper job. Because there weren't assigned pages for my planner, I was able to take meeting and training notes right in my notebook. I'm almost done with my moleskine and I ended up with three index spreads. Indexing your bullet journal is useful because you can find specific notes quickly. As far as color coding I would update my index about once a week with the title of the page, the page number and a quick highlight of the color it was under. (bonus tip: give every page a title, even if it's grocery lists, if you can see there are some entries even titled Misc Lists. It doesn't matter what it's called, so long as you know what it is.)

Monthly and Daily Spread

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     So this is my monthly spread for last April, just like a traditional bullet journal I have the dates and days listed on the far left and a page for goals and to-dos on the right. I've also marked the weeks with a line between Saturday and Sunday. From there I've put birthdays (blue), exam times and due dates (orange) and newspaper trainings (green) all in my index. I separate events with two dashes. When I first started using the bullet journal I was putting way too much stuff into my monthly spread, and ended up running out of room. I use the monthly spread is for major assignments, birthdays and my work schedule. Keep the homework and dinner plans for your daily pages. Again just like the index I would add things to this page throughout the day then go back and color code them at the end of the night or over the weekend. 

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     So here's the daily spread, where I spend most of my time in my planner. You can see how I use the bullet key for to-dos and events. I start each line with the date to the left and the day to the right. I generally write myself a to-do list each night and color code those items accordingly. I did have a few weeks where I didn't color code things at all and the world didn't end. 

     Color coding is suppose to help you be more organized, not get in the way of actually doing things.  I've gone through tons of planner systems and this is the one I see myself using for the rest of my education. Did I miss anything on how to color code your bullet journal? Let me know in the comments below.



  


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I'm so much cooler online

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     I've been writing a lot recently, and it's kinda been getting me thinking about why I blog. I've realized that running a blog can be a very time consuming hobby. There's never a finishing point with blogging; there's always another post to write, photo to edit or quote to design.

     That's one thing I love about blogging is that it's almost pure creativity. Unlike working at my student newspaper, I have complete editorial authority over every image, every word and every pixel of the page you're looking at now. I also like the fact that it helps me create a portfolio of consistent writing, design and photography clips for employers that show my personality.

     What a lot of people may not realize though is I spend a lot of time to make myself look really good. For every Instagram image, there are fifty others that look the exact same (see the above collage with many rejected selfies.) I'll spend hours on a phone background. It takes me almost an entire afternoon to pick an outfit, go to location shoot photos then another hour or so choosing and editing photos. 

     The point of all this is that I am the coolest, richest, hottest or whatever-est version of myself possible in this online medium. I have complete control of your perception of me on this blog, and I think I forget that when looking at other bloggers.

     In the real world I can be really awkward, I always lose my phone and sometimes I eat pizza for three meals per day. This isn't to say the version that I put on my blog isn't really me, it's just an edited/refined version of myself. There's an incredible amount of behind the scenes stuff that goes into my publishing five to six times per week, which is why I consider blogging a part time job. 

     Anyway, I just wanted to do this post just incase you needed reminding that there is a world outside of blogs, Pinterest and Instagram. This week I'm taking a technology free day, that means no phone, no computer,  maybe my kindle paperwhite. Any of y'all try a technology free day/weekend/week? Any tips for it?

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Taking Stock May week4


     It's been a spectacular week. Vacation and I go well together, but I'm ready to get back to work. I chopped off a good bit of my hair this past weekend and tried a mall trip in new shoes which left me with blisters, so that's awesome. A lot of my old classmates are back in town for the summer, so I've been doing equal parts avoiding them and spending time with them this weekend. I got to spend Memorial day with my family, the rain put a little damper on our barbecue, but it was still fun.

     I've been trying to use my Instagram and snapchat more for my blog, so I'm going to be adding a few of my pics from the week, plus some other bloggers I've started following. If you want to follow me on snapchat, find me at hannahbethfloyd or scan my QR code to the right.


Here's what I've been reading this week

What not to say to a graphic designer









Here are some posts I've been working on this past week

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Work Hard Stay Humble Background

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     Hey guys, happy Memorial day. For many, this day is more about the shopping and getting a day off work. Take a moment to thank a veteran for their service today.

     I've been in sort of a design rut recently and decided it was time to do something new. I made this cutesy, summery phone background in Illustrator and played around with some of the 3-D effects. I found this quote and was really inspired to put my own spin on it. Feel free to download and use it for your phone.

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Also, don't forget to follow me on Snapchat for behind the scenes of my designs and outfit shots.



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Get to the point: Pointed heels and flaits

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     I had to get some shoes for my new internship that starts this week. According to the ever so credible source of eHow, pointed shoes can elongate your legs and is one of the most flattering shoes for women. And I need all the elongating I can get being a whopping 5 feet 3 inches. I got styles two and four, but found tons of other styles I loved online. I especially loved these shoes with trousers or cuffed jeans for the weekends. 

    How do you wear your pointed shoes?

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Casual Summer Nights

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I have no idea what my hair was doing for these photos but I love this casual summer outfit. I use to be a strong advocate for the whole leggings are not pants thing, but realizing how versatile and comfortable they are has converted me. Whenever I shoot outfit posts I feel like I need new clothes, but after reading up on how to shop your own closet, I've been making tons of new outfits from old clothes. 

Unfortunately my boots, necklace and T-shirt were all from work last year, and are no longer available. I've had these glasses for years from the website Lookmatic they're insanely cheap, but they have a small collection, so check back often. 

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New Header

So you may have noticed I published a new header yesterday. It's a struggle not to completely redesign myself each week, but after tons of drafts I think this one will be sticking around for awhile.
I've been working with some blogger friends to make logos and headers this past week and felt like a fresh coat of paint was needed. I really like minimal designs, so I decided to simplify it and pick some easier to read fonts. I stuck with the black and white because I can't commit to a color. 
I also added a subhead/tagline or whatever, which by the way, coming up with that kind of thing is really hard. Anyway, the new header uses this font for the main text and this one for the subhead. Let me know what y'all think.

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Tips for Summer Running and the essentials

Running is God awful, pair that with a summer average high of 95 degrees, and running becomes a punishment. I love Texas, but our heat can be brutal. I've only recently gotten into the habit of working out, and running is my go-to for cardio. I've been doing some major reading, and here are a few tips for running in the heat.

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1. Run in the dark - last weekend the boyfriend and I went for a pre-dinner run. The sun was right on us the whole time and I got a sunburn despite my daily slathering of the SPF. Going either early in the morning (as if) or late at night is a surefire way to beat the heat. 

2. Don't even think about it if you're dehydrated - While it's possible to drink too much water, being dehydrated is dangerous in the heat. I like to keep a liter bottle around while I study or design to sip. I don't typically run with water, but being hydrated in general should be enough to get you through your workout. 

3. Run basically naked - If you've got the confidence to run in a sports bra, more power to you. I like a pair of thin shorts, a muscle tank and a sports bra. Any more than that and you'll be stripping mid-stride anyway. The less clothes the better in my book.

4. Run in pretty places - If you do run during the day, consider the park or a trail. Asphalt radiates heat and makes the sun even worse. There's a park with some great running trails in my city, and you can definitely tell a difference between the shaded areas vs. road running.

5. Slow and steady - If you're a seasoned runner then don't be shocked when your personal best doesn't grow during July. Give yourself a pat on the back for actually getting your butt out there, if you're use to running take things easy for a week or two to get use to the rise in temps.

6. Wear a hat and some durable shades - You know that sport tiffany blue baseball hat you got on your last Gander Mt. trek, actually wear it while running in the sun. It'll keep it off your face and prevent sunburn. Yes, even if you put on sun screen. Also shades are useful, but don't be traumatized if they fall off a mile in and you tromp on em. I like cheap final sale ones from work, but Wal-Mart brand works fine too.
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Taking Stock May Week 3


Ain't nothin like some slow mo making out behind a glitter background. I added this band to my ACL playlist last week only to realize a few of their songs are on our CD at work. This one is one of my favorites from them and I've recently been running to their newest album. (p.s. I hate running)

Wanting: To start my new planner, the old is getting pretty full from last semester
Reading:  This is how you lose her by Junot Diaz and In The Heart of the Sea by Nathaniel Philbrick
Bookmarking: Do Yoga with Me
Listening: Alabama Shakes and Disclosure
Watching: Does this thing really work youtube videos from bunny
Wearing: Lime Crime Velvetine in Wicked, even though it's totally out of season

Here's what I've been reading this week

Summer Essentials

I seriously laughed so hard at this girl's post about finals

Please take me there

Soon to be the newest addition to my makeup bag

Things to throw on the summer bucket list 


Slimming down for summer while still eating chocolate, yes please


A detailed fashion analysis of the new Pretty Girls music video

Because I can't afford to buy clothes every season

Here's who I've started stalking following this week
A photo posted by Zuzana Syrovy (@zuskas) on


A photo posted by Greta Heun (@gretaheun) on

Here are some posts I've been working on this past week

Summer Maxi Dress // Free flower phone background  // How to not completely waste you summer 

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Perfect Pillows

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Summer Maxi Dress

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 Dress LOFT // Necklace LOFT // Bracelet LOFT // Watch Fossil // Shoes Steve Madden // Nail color Essie Mint Candy Apple

     We pulled this dress out of shipment at work and I bought it the very same day, good thing too because it sold out really fast. It's kinda on the pricy side, but I love this dress because you can dress it up or down, it'd be perfect for summer weddings. I swear if loft didn't have such a good employee discount I wouldn't be able to get anything from there, it's a little above a college budget. 
     I finished with finals this week so I've been spending the last few days writing and shooting up a storm. I have some pretty big goals for The College Girl Daily this summer. I've also recently gotten an internship that I'm insanely excited for.

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Free inspirational iPhone Background

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I made this quote with finals in mind, but really it could be applied to so many things. This background is free, below are versions for different iPhones. Just save the one your want to your photo album in your phone, then set it as your background. Comment below if you need some help. I got those really cute flower vectors from here. Please let me know if you want specific quotes turned into backgrounds. I'd be more than happy to make em for free.
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How to not completely waste your summer

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That's it, my last exam is over. And I'm not talking about grades or GPA or any of it, because it's summer. A good part of me wants to take a long nap until August, but no. Summer is the absolute BEST time to get some work done. No I don't mean catching up on Grey's Anatomy. Here's a plan for you to make your summer productive.

1. Think big picture - Figure out what the heck you want to do this summer, but make it something that will be a challenge, and bonus points if it builds your resume. It could be anything from learning how to rock climb to writing a book. Take the summer to experiment with hobbies and projects that make you more interesting, because companies hire interesting people. When I hired people to my desk at the newspaper I wanted to see writing clips a) so I could see they could string together an sentence in proper AP style, but also b) to see that they really care about the job they're applying for. What you do in your free time really defines who you are. Even spending the summer learning how to cook classic french dishes gives you something to say when an employer pulls the "So tell me about yourself" question. 

2. Make a plan - Now you know what you want to do, it's time to figure out how. Spend a few minutes brainstorming actionable steps to reach your goal. If you're wanting to learn how to play the guitar, then your first step might be to buy one, then research lessons, buy a chord book and so on. But at some point there's only so much planning and preparing that you can do. Look at your work and personal schedule and set a determined time to practice each day. Or if your task isn't as large a few times a week is fine. I use an app called timeful to help me schedule habitual actions and reminders around my work obligations. 

3. Set some checkpoints - Let's run with the guitar example. Say you set a goal of learning ten new songs. Sign up to perform at your local Potbelly's or mom and pop shop. Just walk in and ask the manager, tell em you'd do it for free. Sign yourself up for a checkpoint that can't be moved this way you have a purpose to your practice. If you're writing a manuscript, sign up for a critique. If you're creating a habit of running sign up for a race and so on. There are tons of ways for you to hold yourself accountable for your goals, just do some research and jump in with two feet.

4. Don't stress about it - Summer is about taking a break, so whatever you decide to pursue shouldn't have you stressed every single day. Make it something you enjoy, and if you realize mid July that you're a terrible hip hop dancer, delete those videos you posted on youtube and try something else. Summer gives you the time to try different things and have fun. A summer failing at disk golf is not a summer ill spent. 

[slightly unrelated bonus tip: 5. Make a summer bucket list - Yeah you may feel twelve for a minute, but making a summer bucket list of things you want to do is a great way to brainstorm things to do when you're bored. Mine always includes things like go to the drive in in Fort Worth and to a Rangers Game.  There's tons of that stuff on pinterest. Explore your city and H.A.G.S. (lol did anyone else write that in yearbooks?)

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Taking Stock May Week 2


I'm a band wagon fan of Alabama Shakes, but I've accepted it. I first heard this band on SNL, and was floored with Brittany Howard's voice. Anyway, I made this huge playlist of artists going to ACL and added them and tons of other bands to my phone. I finished my last final today and have been spending the entire afternoon making my plans for the summer.

Wanting: 
Reading:  This is how you lose her by Junot Diaz and In The Heart of the Sea by Nathaniel Philbrick
Bookmarking: The ACL website
Feeling: So relieved to be done with finals
Listening: my ACL 2015 playlist
Watching: Cloud Atlas (books was way better...no surprise)
Wearing: Essie Nail polish in Mint Candy Apple

Here's what I've been reading this week:

Make that money

I need some solid stress relief with my finals this week. Dressed up doggies anyone?

For the new lipstick I just ordered

How to be the Best Intern

Planning for the summer, made for moms but still useful to those in college

Can I just be her?

Summer Inspiration, because I have little to no color in my wardrobe

An Excuse to go shopping

Imma let you finish, but Caroline's instagram is on point!

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Dude like, finals

     We all knew it was coming, finals. It's been on that stupid syllabus for weeks. But here we are, trying to cram a semesters worth of material into our heads before we take a test worth 30% of our grade. My finals start next week, but the panic attacks have already begun. I've been doing some (very) last minute studying and here are some tips I've been doing to salvage my grade and get ready for finals.


study, college, finals, coffee, midterms,1. Create a study guide - The easiest way for me to study is to plainly layout what material I'm responsible for. For Spanish I'll write out all the verb endings and their uses, then use highlighters to remind me of certain rules and exceptions. For Political Science I write my notes in Question Evidence Answer format then make myself an example test strait from my notes. It saves so much time not having to flip through you notebook to find that one way to conjugate a stemchanger.

2. Isolate yourself - I've figured out a few pretty good study spots around campus that are in the middle of nowhere. By doing so you're eliminating as many distractions as possible. 

3. Actually turn off your phone - It's useless to isolate yourself if you're going to just play on your phone in a cubical in a hidden library. You think you have self control, but you don't. Just turn if off wear a watch, and do what you need to get done. Reviewing old testes takes significantly longer if you're taking 30 minute phone brakes every 10 minutes.

4. Make a plan - Especially for your study sessions. Trudging off to a hidden study spot is also useless if you don't know what you need to be doing when you get there. Write out a physical plan that's very detailed.  Something like "Study chapter 4" isn't as good as "Read pages 135-150 and highlight all vocabulary and major concepts." this way you know when you're done and not studying until you crash from boredom. 

5. Get some white noise - I've made a few playlists that I only listen to while studying. You can also set up a pandora station for studying. Pick something without lyrics so it's not distracting while you read. There are also apps and websites that produce white noise like this one. 

6. Know what you need to make - I'm pulling a high B in my Spanish class. I've already calculated exactly what I need to make on the final to get an A in the course. But in my journalism class I have a low-medium B. Knowing what you need to make on finals to push your grade to the next letter is really useful. Because I did the math, I'll be able to focus on my Spanish final more than my journalism one because I know there's no way to get myself to the next letter grade up. This is also useful to know whether to do the extra credit. A lot of professors give extra credit near the end of the semester, but you have to decide if it's worth the time it takes and it's effect on your grade. 

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Liebster Award Thinggy

Hey guys! Jenny over at Breakfast at Lillys gave be the Liebster award. The award is given by bloggers to bloggers as a way to network and share all the content we create. There are some variations of rules to this thing though, but I'll follow the rules as laid out by Jenny which are...
  1. Thank and link the blogger(s) who have nominated you.
  2. Nominate about eleven bloggers (with less than two hundred followers) who you think deserve the award. (Don't forget to leave links to their blogs!)
  3. Answer the eleven questions posted by the blogger(s) who nominated you, then write eleven new questions for your nominees to answer.
  4. Notify your nominees.

Anyway, thanks so much Jenny for nominating me I love getting to know fellow Texas bloggers! Here's some questions she asked. You guys should definitely go check out her blog!


1. If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you go? Chicago, I've never been and there's some really cool history up there.
2. What are some of your spring and summer wardrobe staples? Summer wardrobe staples include flowy woven shells in every color and shades.
3. What's the reason behind your blog name? (If any..) I don't really have a story behind my blog name, but about a year after changing it I realized there's a pretty prominent website called Career Girl Daily, so that just shows my originality.
4. What are your top 5 Favorite Songs?
  1. Fake Empire by The National 
  2. Hold On by SBTRKT
  3. Midnight City by M83 
  4. Falling by HAIM 
  5. Retrograde by James Blake.
5. What's your proudest accomplishment? Ummmm saving half of a Chipotle burrito instead of eating it all at once.
6. What does your perfect day look like? Sleeping in until noonish, then making a big breakfast for myself and reading and writing all day.
7. Which social media site is your favorite? Pinterest
8. If you had to change your first name, what would you change it to? Kendra
9. If you could pick any career, what would it be? Novelist...or a graphic designer...or an even planner...this is a really difficult question at this point in my life.
10. What's your greatest fear? Failure
11. What makes you smile? Free samples of s'mores frappuccino  from Starbucks

I'm nominating 11 of my fellow bloggers, they are...







     Ok, so here are eleven questions for my nominees to answer
  1. What's your middle name?
  2. What's your favorite book and why?
  3. What's one accessory you'd wear with every outfit if you could?
  4. What's your favorite Nail polish color?
  5. If you weren't afraid of anything, what would you do?
  6. How many pairs of shoes do you own?
  7. East coast, West coast or in between?
  8. How do you feel about the oxford comma?
  9. What was your favorite day this week?
  10. What makes you feel wonderful?
  11. How would you describe your victory dance?


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