Recipe: Breakfast Pinwheels

One of the new-ish features on Instagram that I’ve really been loving lately has been Instagram Stories.  Sure, it’s not much different from what we’ve all been doing on Snapchat for a while now, but I still like staying up-to-date on all the people I follow on Instagram.  One of the people I follow is Amy Hannon, aka @eunamaes.  She runs a restaurant store in … Continue reading Recipe: Breakfast Pinwheels

Maybelline Total Temptation | Influenster Vox Box

Sometime last year, I saw a few of my friends getting free products to try out and review online.  After some research, I figured out they were using a service called Influenster. When you first make an account, you complete a number of “snaps,” or short surveys meant to give more insight into the products you use, your lifestyle, etc.  About two weeks ago, I … Continue reading Maybelline Total Temptation | Influenster Vox Box

New year, same friends

In August 2014, I was randomly matched with three girls, all of whom were planning to attend the same university as me.  One of the girls I knew a little from high school, but the other two were complete strangers. I remember quite vividly locking our doors that first week we lived together.  There we were, suddenly living with three strangers.  How on earth could … Continue reading New year, same friends

Exploring Eureka Springs & Making Art!

Hey everyone!! Yesterday, my family and I went exploring and decided to take a day trip over to Eureka Springs.  If you haven’t ever visited, Eureka Springs is a smaller town in Northwest Arkansas.  It has a great downtown area, a community opera theater, and more shops scattered throughout town.  When we visit, though, we tend to go straight to the downtown area, check out … Continue reading Exploring Eureka Springs & Making Art!

Block Street Sunday

Every year, there’s a block party on Block Street, which is one of the main streets that forms the square in Fayetteville, Arkansas.  Local vendors, shops, and restaurants all line the streets, and it gives everyone something fun and exciting to do on a Sunday afternoon.  Whether it’s people-watching, dog-watching, eating your weight in BBQ and cookie dough (it was there, trust me), there’s a … Continue reading Block Street Sunday

The final days of our mini Roman holiday

Hi everyone, and welcome back! Things got a bit hectic, but I’m back with another post about Rome!  On our last few days in Rome, we visited the Spanish Steps, the Coliseum, the Pantheon, and I even got to visit the Cathedral for St. Cecilia, which I was so excited for! I wasn’t exactly sure what to expect when we got to the Coliseum, but … Continue reading The final days of our mini Roman holiday