The weather is starting to get very cold, and the leaves are changing into beautiful colors. Fall is the best season for amazing comfort foods. Here’s are my favorite fall foods, just in time for the holiday season! Turkey Turkey is an amazing fall food, especially for Thanksgiving, it taste so good, especially when it falls right… Continue reading Five Fall Favorites!
Almost every young girl dreams of the day she’ll meet her prince and fall in love. However, sometimes you find yourself in a relationship with someone who definitely isn’t the one. Maybe it’s physically abusive, or mentally and emotionally draining. Whichever way the cookie crumbles, it is important that you be able tell the difference between… Continue reading 5 Tell Tale Signs of an Unhealthy Relationship
The weather is getting nicer; the sun is out, people are smiling; it’s time to get your nails done! It is the perfect time of year to wear those open toed sandals, and that definitely means we’re ramping up our mani/pedi schedules! You want to make sure that when you get your nails done, you keep your eyes… Continue reading Nail Salons: To Stay or Not To Stay
Many people associate the word anxiety with general feelings of nervousness or discomfort. Awareness about anxiety along with various anxiety disorders is becoming much more widespread and I feel like it’s time to really talk about the subject. I’ve recently been diagnosed with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and it’s helped me to better understand myself and… Continue reading Living with Anxiety/OCD
The much anticipated movie of 2017, Split, staring James McAvoy, Anya Taylor-Joy and Betty Buckley is a movie (Directed by the talented M. Night Shyamalan) about a man named Kevin (James McAvoy) who has 23 different personalities. He has a psychiatrist named Dr. Fletcher (Betty Buckley), whom he entrusted with the knowledge that there is still one… Continue reading Split Movie Review *Spolier Alert*
As a junior in high school, I could write a book about the stress students face. From spending hours on homework every night, to extra curricular activities and essays, high school students are being to stressed to their limits. Here is a quick look at the work load that the average 8th grader could expect… Continue reading The High School Survival Guide
Recently, I went to go see the movie “Hidden Figures” with my coworkers. This movie tells the story of Katherine Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan, and Mary Jackson, who were all black women working for NASA. The term “hidden figures” describes people who accomplished great feats during their time, but went unrecognized. In honor of this amazing… Continue reading Real Life Hidden Figures
We all have had our days when we want to be the new Gordon Ramsay or the next Rachel Ray but never knew where to start. Here is a couple of recipes to get you started. Muscles Muscles are not only easy to make but they are fast. They are a great food to make… Continue reading Food Recipes That Sound Difficult But Really Aren’t