I saw this on Pinterest today, and it struck me.
The thing that really caught my attention was the last part, about instructions.

Over the past few years, I have tried time and time again to change my life. Be it how I look, how I act, who I am with, or what I do, I have wanted to change it at some point in my life.

A set of instructions would have been nice.

It seems that the same struggles have plagued me for my entire life. Nothing has changed, really. But no one wants that for themselves. We are dynamic creatures. Or at least, we are supposed to be. Yet I have been stuck in this rut for a long, long time and no matter how many resolutions or promises I make, I am in the same place now that I was four years ago.

So about these instructions. I think that they are out there, somewhere. And I think a big part of life is finding those instructions. The only problem is that, when we fail to find them at first, we give up and stop trying to find them. 

But I have to try harder. I have to reach further, look harder, listen more carefully. 

I have to think.

I can't avoid the realities that I am scared of, like the fact that I might fail, or that maybe I won't like what I find. I can't stay still anymore. 

I'm finding the instructions. Somehow.


Suave Professionals: Keratin Infusion

Hey everyone! I am going to to a quick review on Suave Professionals: Keratin Infusion Shampoo and Conditioner.

I bought these a few days ago after running out of my favorite shampoo and conditioner, thinking that I would try something new and save a few bucks.


I don't know what the deal is, but my hair has all this buildup in it from like, three days of using this new stuff. It's crusty and sticky and I honestly can't even believe it is on the market. I definitely don't recommend buying it! Save yourselves!

That's all.


What To Spend Your $$$ On In College

Hi there! We all know that money is tight for college students. Spending it is something that should not be taken lightly! But I have some suggestions on what you should spend your extra cash on.

1. Pedicures. Okay, this may sound frivolous, but let me tell you something. Feet get gross in college. You walk all the time, out in the heat... Your shoes become like little nasty saunas. Also, it is hard to get your feet really clean, due to the fact that you wear shower shoes (or at least I hope you do). So, once a month, I recommend getting a pedicure to rejuvenate your feet and keep them from getting really bad!

2. Underwear. Laundry has been the bane of many a college student. Already, I am finding myself trying to put off laundry day for as long as possible. The biggest risk for this is running out of underwear. That can't happen. It is one thing to re-wear a pair of shorts, it is another to re-wear underwear. Don't do it. Just buy some extra panties. Please. For your own sake.

3. Party Clothes. The first thing I realized once I got to college was how few party outfits I had! In high school, I had no reason to have booty skirts and sexy tops. My high school experience was...pretty dull. But anyways, I have had to go shopping for party clothes a couple times, so save up for that! I will say, though...Ladies, keep it classy. The other night I literally saw a woman's entire ass because her skirt was so short and she was so drunk. Try to avoid that. Seriously.

Like I said, money is tight in college! But just be smart about it and you will be fine! Hope this helps!