It’s funny how different girls and boys dorm rooms are. Girls spend all summer planning their rooms: coordinating with their roommate, choosing a color scheme, matching bedding, wall art, the works. While boys well, their moms pretty much buy it all.
Dorm rooms can be cold and depressing. The beige cinderblock is about as unwelcoming as you can get. And this little room is yours for the next eight months, so you have to make the most of the space you have.
I count down the days until August 1. It’s the day I’m finally able to break open my new Lilly Pulitzer agenda. This will be my fourth year of using a Lilly agenda and I can’t imagine using any other planner.
The best part about back to school shopping is obviously all the cute new school supplies. Now that I’m in college I don’t need as many things as I used to, but a Lilly Pulitzer agenda is always on the list.
I would say I had a positive high school experience. It was no high school musical, and no I didn’t find Troy Bolton, but I had a solid group of friends and joined different clubs that made my four years enjoyable. As I move on into college, there are some little things I would have…… Continue reading High School Advice / My Advice to High School Students
Every summer my family takes a vacation to the beaches of 30A on the Florida panhandle. Complete with white sandy beaches, turquoise water and southern hospitality, it is easily my favorite place to be.
Its official. The Target back to school section is up. Summer is (quickly) coming to a close. I just got back from an amazing vacation in Seaside, FL. (Posts to come about it!) And bumming on the beach gave me a lot of time to read. I don’t think I’ve read for fun since middle…… Continue reading Summer Book Recommendations! Best Summer Books for College Girls