- Fashion content will encourage you guys to experiment and play around with your style.
- Lifestyle content will encourage you to expand on your thinking and open your eyes to different ideas.
- Everything Else content will tap into topics of food, travel, and mini research projects, like #GirlBoss.
Altogether, I’ll try to keep all of my posts short and simple because I don’t want to take too much time out of your guys’ busy lives. Thanks for reading, and I hope to have you all back here for next week.
Be ready to roll with the punches!
Thank you for the holiday vibes, Nevada. Okay, so it still hasn’t snowed here, but this picture was actually taken last year on November 2nd. Anyways, whether or not it may snow wherever you live, you have to admit that this kind of weather spreads some sort of holiday vibe. And if you haven’t guessed it, I am one of those people who start getting ready for the holidays a bit too early. I’d be lying if I said I hadn’t started watching Christmas movies. Thank you Hallmark! Anyways, besides my love for the holidays, I like watching Christmas movies because they help me forget about stressful life situations. I have a feeling that many of you can relate to this. So, whether you’re stressing about exams, work, relationships, or any other item, take a small break and do something that brings you joy. For example, sometimes when I’m not too busy, I’ll usually log onto Netflix and watch an episode of Gossip Girl or Last Man Standing. Other times if I’m studying for exams, I’ll usually take small breaks and log onto YouTube to watch short videos. I’ll admit it, I know it’s better to face reality, rather than run away from it, but sometimes it feels good to forget about it for a little while. Besides that, I wish you all the best and please don’t get annoyed it I start posting more about the holidays. In addition, I wanted to share that I’ll be turning 20 this month and I’m both excited, and bitter about this new decade I’ll be entering. Cheers to not having my life together LOL!
Low quality photo, but a high quality moment.
“What’s it like to be a Millennial?” Don’t let others’ misconceptions about Millennials fool you. The misrepresentation about our generation has been misconstrued to portray us as lazy and self-centered kids. “So if these representations are incorrect, what is it like to be a Millennial?” Yes, we’ve grown up in an era filled with technology, food trends, and Kanye West, but we’ve also gained so much knowledge along the way. (By the way, these aren’t bad things to have grown up with.) Before starting my first year of college, I had absolutely no clue what I wanted to study. (Call me clueless.) But, now that I’m close to finishing my third semester, my path towards my future has cleared up a bit. Compared to when I was 16 years old, I find the business world a lot more interesting and complex than I used to believe. So, thanks to my love for fashion and my exposure to the business world, my ambitions and goals are powered daily. Anyways, besides my own exposure to the real world, other Millennials are finding their own paths. Millennials are: striving for success, sharing their ideas, embracing their roots, searching for new ways to innovate technology and the internet, raising their voices to be heard, encouraging diversity, but most of all, Millennials are learning. We’ve earned our wisdom from the lectures and life lessons of older generations. (In this case, Google can’t take full credit.) “So, are Millennials lazy and self-centered?” No, they’re simply ambitious kids/teens/grownups who love taking selfies.
What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas! Then again, this saying may only apply to those over the age of 21. So, what does one do if they’re still not of legal age to have the full Vegas experience?
Go shopping! Oh my goodness, if you’re ever in Vegas, you guys seriously need to visit the Fashion Show Mall. I’m going to sound a little materialistic, but now I know what love at first sight feels like after I setting foot inside this mall. Also let’s face it, unless you live in a huge city, not all of your favorite shops will be within 10 miles of where you live. In my unfortunate experience, there are no Topshop or ZARA shops here in Reno, so shopping in Vegas is always a must.
Enjoy the sights. Thanks to the hotels and casinos down in L.V., you’ll be able to get a little taste of Italy, Paris, and New York City all at once. Anytime between sunset and sunrise, the Vegas experience will starts to set in. Lights will begin to glow from all directions, and they’ll eventually create multiple paths for you to follow. Soon, everywhere you turn, you’ll see some type of show that’ll capture your attention. And before you know it, the streets will be swarmed with music, laughter, and camera lights.
Don’t forget the pictures! How else are you going to prove that you got to live a little of that Vegas experience? Take a moment and capture some of those memories you’ll be making while you’re down there. Have a friend take a quick snap of you as you’re strolling down those eventful streets. Sure there may be some judgement from some people who don’t understand the need for selfies, but that doesn’t matter because you’ll most likely never run into these people ever again. So, don’t be ashamed of carrying around a selfie stick, or taking a quick picture of your food.