Why I Never Liked Boots Before For a girl who stands five feet in high heels, boots can present a problem. I’ve never been the girl to go for boots when shoe-shopping because, well, aren’t they all knee-high (which would translate to thigh-high for me)? Then a heart-sister got married in November. I had a super-cute purple dress and no shoes that would work with
Not everyone wants to make their own hair gel–even if it is simple! And there is a gel that doesn’t make my curls crinkle, crackle, or crunch. For as long as I’ve been a fan of the Curly Girl method, I thought my hair was destined to be slightly crunchy everyday after the necessary dose of gel or mousse infused my curls with staying power. I
Because I’m an early bird, the madness began in July. I started the back-to-school rush by compiling a list of textbooks I’d need and scouring the discount and online stores for matching ISBNs. Then I took a look at my binder collection and decided, miracle of miracles, I might squeak by this fall without purchasing a new one to carry around campus (this might be
I walked past them at Walmart (shortcuts through the jewelry section are always dangerous) and immediately wanted them. Those turquoise beads called my name, but I held back. I only own one skirt they’d match. Still, I thought I saw a similar pair on my friend Ana and I knew they’d blend well with the plethora of peach things I own, so I bought them. The Value
Recently a friend remarked casually that she had woken up that morning to find her hair looking wavy and lovely. She didn’t even style or do anything to it before heading off to class.That has never happened to me. I’ve always labored over my hair. Sometimes I loathed it. Sometimes I love it. Thankfully, I’ve found a way to keep the latter happening more often.