My Favorite Summer Snacks

Good Morning Readers! Can you believe it’s already Friday? This whole week I felt like it was Friday everyday. It was a fairly busy summer week for me. You would think I would be bored out of my mind but I surprisingly kept busy somehow. Anyway for today’s post I decided to share my favorite summer snacks. Let’s get started then.


1. Ants On A Log

I have recently been eating ants on a log quite a lot. I love how the raisins balance out the peanut butter so it’s not as sweet. It’s also healthy-ish so you don’t have to worry about eating too many of these.

2. Cheez-its

Of course I couldn’t forget one of my favorite snacks which are Cheez-its. These are definitely not as healthy as the ants on a log but they’re so good. I have been eating so many Cheez-its my ears got plugged. That was not a fun experience for me and I don’t recommend eating that many Cheez-its 😉

3. Orange Slices

I also have been eating a ton of oranges. I like to slice them in wedges and they’re so yummy.

4. Raisins and Cashews

I have an odd obsession with eating raisins and cashews. It’s like a mix of sweet and semi-sweet(depending on your cashews) It tastes even better with white chocolate chips.

5. Popcorn

I also really like to eat popcorn. I really love the Orville Redenbacher mini bags because they are the best snack size bags. They’re probably half the size of the normal sized popcorn bags. When I don’t want to eat a whole bag I just grab these and they’re perfect.


Thank you so much for reading my favorite summer snacks. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I enjoyed writing it. Stay tuned for more summer posts coming shortly. Have a wonderful day 🙂

My Summer Favorites

Hello fellow readers! Welcome back to the blog. I hope you all are doing well and having a great day. For today’s post I thought it would be really fun to do a summer favorite post. I don’t think I’ve ever done one before so this should be pretty interesting. Grab a comfy chair and let’s get started.


The Ordinary Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% Serum

The Ordinary. Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1%

I recently bought the Ordinary Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% serum from Ulta and it has worked so well for me. I’ve only used it for about 3 weeks and it helps my blemishes heal so fast. I try to use it twice daily but I just mostly use it once because I either forget or don’t feel like doing my whole skincare routine 😉 The best part of serum is the price. You can get the 30 ml bottle for $5.90 USD and the 60 ml bottle for $10.60 USD

The Ordinary Natural Moisturizing Factors + HA

The Ordinary Natural Moisturising Factors

Another great product by the ordinary is their Natural Moisturizing Factors + HA. This moisturizer really helps my skin after I use the Niacinamide serum. The Niacinamide serum is more on the drying side to help with sebum, blemishes, and congestion so this definitely helps balance my skin from drying out.

CeraVe Foaming Cleanser Normal to Oily Skin

CeraVe Foaming Cleanser Normal to Oily Skin

The CeraVe Foaming Cleanser Normal to Oily Skin is probably the best cleanser I’ve tried so far. It takes off all the oil and dirt but it’s not harsh on my skin. It is also fragrance free which is a plus because sometimes the fragrances in skincare can smell absolutely disgusting. You can buy this product at stores like Walmart, Target, Ulta etc.

Target 6pk Washcloth Set

I actually got these in the mint color but I’m absolutely loving these washcloths. They are so cute and they do their job pretty well. I would say that these washcloths are pretty average so you don’t have to go out and especially buy these. There are many other options around that might even be softer too.

Champagne Toast Gentle Foaming Hand Soap

Champagne Toast Gentle Foaming Hand Soap

The champagne toast is one of my favorite scents at bath and body works. I absolutely love the scent so I was very excited when I was able to grab this soap. I got mine for about $5 excluding tax but I used the 4 for $20 deal.

Paperbag shorts

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I have been loving my pair of paperbag shorts. They are not only perfect for summer but they are so comfortable. They also have pockets which are very handy for storing your phone or anything you may need to carry.


Thank you all so much for reading! I hope you enjoyed reading this post. If you have any blog post suggestions don’t hesitate to drop them in the comments 🙂 Have a wonderful rest of your day or night.

Summer Bucket List Ideas

Good morning readers! How are you all doing? I am so glad to be blogging again. It has been a quick minute since my last post but I am so excited to whip out my summer content. I have a few ideas up my sleeve so I hope you will enjoy them. Make sure to follow this blog so you don’t miss any posts and let’s get started.


For today’s post I decided to make summer bucket list ideas. Normally I would’ve done a “My Summer Bucket List” but I knew I probably wouldn’t do any of them so I decided to give you inspiration for your summer bucket list.

Summer Bucket List Ideas

1. Go on a hike to a waterfall

2. Make a sandcastle on the beach

3. Pick fresh fruit

4. Make or buy shaved ice

5. Watch the sunrise

6. Host a summer picnic

7. Have a summer photoshoot

8. Go swimming at your local pool, lake, or beach

9. Go kayaking

10. Make a fancy breakfast

11. Make popsicles

12. Sleep outside for a night

13. Take a roadtrip

14. Have a spa day at home

15. Pull an all-nighter

16. Have a fashion show

17. Go go-karting

18. Go mini golfing

19. Play hide and seek (at night with glowsticks 😉 )

20. Have a bonfire

21. Watch a movie marathon

22. Make tie-dye t-shirts

23. Have a sleepover

24. Plant something (plants, flowers, etc.)

25. Go horseback riding

26. Have a game night

27. Try out a new recipe

28. Get ice cream from a new place

29. Make a fairy garden

30. Go to a zoo


Thank you so much for reading this post! I hope you enjoyed it and got some ideas for your summer bucket list. Have a wonderful day and I will see you all soon.

Inexpensive Ways to Spruce up Your Bathroom

Good morning everyone! I hope you all are doing well and having a great day so far. For this week’s post, I decided to share inexpensive ways to spruce up your bathroom. My bathroom has recently been spruced up so I thought it would be a great opportunity to share some tips that will hopefully help you spruce up your bathroom. Grab your favorite snack or beverage and let’s get started.


I know how hard it is to spruce up your bathroom on a budget. You always have such great finds but you check out the price and your like “no thanks”. Hopefully some of these tips below can help you spruce up your bathroom or give you some inspiration.

1. Clean Your Bathroom

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Cleaning your bathroom may sound like a joke but when you clean your bathroom you can see the beauty of it. If you want to take it a step further you can use dollar store bins to organize your toiletries. For me, it makes all the difference to walk into a clean organized bathroom.

2. Upgrade the Lighting

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Many of us depend on the bathroom lighting to get ready every morning which is why if you have dull lights it might be time to change them. According to costowl.com, “For new bathroom lights, expect to pay anywhere from $30 to $40 for a single sconce to $400 to $500 or more for a multi-light fixture (although $50 to $200 per light is a more reasonable estimate). Customized fixtures made from gold and other high-end materials could cost $1,000+” Depending on what kind of lights you get it could be very inexpensive.

3. Change the Decor

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Changing the decor can be a very inexpensive option and can give your bathroom a whole new look and feel. I personally like to shop for decor at places like Tj Maxx or Michael’s but you can pretty much find decor anywhere.

4. Make the Shower Bigger Using a Curved Curtain Rod

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This is one of the tips I actually used myself. If you have a relatively small shower like me then using a curved curtain rod can help make your shower feel bigger and give you a little more space. You can also get curved curtain rods for as low as $13 which is awesome.

5. Fill Your Bathroom With Plants

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If you have a super plain bathroom then plants are the way to go. Plants give Je ne sais quoi which is like the sprinkles to your cupcake. They make it seem not as plain or boring. I got my plants for $3-$7 from Michael’s but you can also get them from the dollar general if you can’t find them anywhere else.


Thank you all so much for reading! I hope to see you in the next post.

Celebrating 1 Year of Blogging

Good evening readers! Welcome back to the blog. It’s good to “see” you all again. I hope you all are doing well and excited for today’s post because we are celebrating 1 year of blogging. March 28( Sorry I’m late lol this was the earliest I could get this up)marks one year on this blog which is absolutely crazy to me. I never thought I’d make it this far on my blog.


Throughout my blogging “career” I’ve had plenty of disappointments and exciting things happen to me but I’ve truly learned many valuable things. I am so grateful for all of you who have left kind comments and have supported me by following my blog or even just the people that read my content.

I am so glad my mom convinced me to try blogging because it has been so good for me. I have been able to let my creativity flow and it’s been a super fun journey. I’ve even learned some basic graphic design skills which is very handy.

As we go into another year of blogging, I hope to keep creating entertaining content for all ages to enjoy. See you all next time on the blog 🙂

Spring Break at Pigeon Forge + Gatlinburg

Hello everyone! Welcome back to the blog. I hope everyone’s day is going well. You may have noticed I haven’t posted in quite awhile but don’t worry I’m doing well. I am just figuring out my place in the blogging world. If you have any suggestions or blogging tips that would be fantastic, you can just drop them in the comments. Anyway let’s get started


Last week I was able to travel to Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg Tennessee for spring break. I had so much fun and I’m so excited to share with you what we did there.

Sunday

On Sunday we left before noon to start driving on the long journey to Tennessee. I took a lot of naps and watched quite a few movies on the way there. Finally after an eternity 😉 we made it to Tennessee just in time for supper. We ate some delicious thai food and went to try the alpine coasters. Then we went swimming before the pool closed.

Monday

I woke up super early around 7:00 a.m. to get to the ropes course before there were super long lines. For me I didn’t enjoy it as much as I could have just because everything was so shaky and there wasn’t a net to catch you if you fell. Quite awhile after I was begging to go mini golfing so we stopped at Professor Hacker’s golf course. I probably laughed more than I golfed but it was such a fun time and to end the night off we got indian food. I always like to get the Masala dosa with a side of rice.

Tuesday

I slept in pretty late because I didn’t sleep much the night before but we were still able to go to the Smoky Mountain National Park despite the rain. I enjoyed seeing all the waterfalls and being in the nature. For dinner we had Italian food which is my favorite. I could eat it everyday if I wanted to. For this particular night, we stopped at Squisito which was quite an interesting place. They made it right in front of you which was something different we don’t have back at home. For dessert we got Gina’s cupcakes which were very good. I would definitely recommend wedding cake if you have a Gina’s cupcake place near you. That was pretty much all we did due to the rain.

Wednesday

We started the day off by going to a place called Anakeesta. To get there you basically take a ski lift up the mountain to get to the park. I had a lot of fun seeing all the different things they had there. We were planning on it taking the whole day but we ended up only being there for about an hour and a half so we went mini golfing again at Fantasy Golf. I would definitely recommend this golf course if you’re in the area. Then we bought tickets and went go-karting. I don’t really remember where it was but it was right next to the golf course.

Thursday

We started the long tiresome journey back home. The first thing I did when I got home was take a shower because I smelled like the cabin and that was a very weird smell and then I unpacked and chilled and that was basically the end of my spring break trip to Tennessee.


Well that was my spring break trip to Tennessee. I am so grateful I was able to go there for my spring break. I had a ton of fun and I miss it already haha. I hope you enjoyed reading this summary of my spring break.