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There are two ways to survive college when we are ready for life after graduation. The first is to surround ourselves with inspiring people and amazing work from our respective industries. Not only does this set a high bar for our own course projects, but it also transitions the thought of ourselves from students to professionals.
I’m currently loving all things cozy, sophisticated, and neutral. On any given day, you can bet that I’m wearing some article of grey clothing, so I loved this coat as soon as I saw it. These backless dresses reveal just enough skin to exude tons of confidence and a timeless sense of style. And everything about this kitchen is perfect, from the white-tiled wall, the white retro fridge, to the beautiful black stove. Can I please move in?!
In early August, I had the opportunity to travel to the beach with my boyfriend, his family, and a group of our friends. It was a great trip; we spent a week in Florida soaking up the sun without a care in the world–except for my online Art History course and part-time job. Nonetheless, I made sure to get outdoors with plenty of 70 SPF rubbed in, and I only burned on the last day. If you have seen my skin, you would know that was a miracle!
I’m so excited to announce a new redesign of my website! This time around I decided to go with the CMS Siteleaf, which is something I discovered only a few weeks ago. It’s a plain and simple way to build a website, plus it generates static HTML files, so the load time is faster than 90% of the internet.