Is the big date approaching much faster than you anticipated? Take a deep breath, and get back to your checklist – a part of which is definitely hair and makeup. Every bride has an image in her head of exactly how she wants to look on her wedding day, but the look doesn’t just appear on your face all by itself – it takes meticulous planning and many trials, and here are the steps to get you there.
One thing I have been really wanting to do for a while is get back into reading. I used to use around one to two books a week, and now I’m lucky if I manage to read one every other month. And the main reason I just haven’t been reading besides not having as much time, is I just don’t know what to read. Normally I like to have a small stack of books on the ready to read, but lately I’ve been struggling to just find one I want to read. But I’ve been trying new things, and some of them have been really helping me with this task so I wanted to share them with you.
I’ve learned a lot about makeup over the past few years from bloggers, makeup artists, and youtubers. I would say family but my mom never wears makeup and my sister only wears foundation on any given day, so I didn’t learn anything from them. And not every trick or technique is used forever, but there are some that continue to stick around. From makeup to skincare, these are the most helpful beauty tips that I think everyone should know. Because makeup isn’t just for girls, it’s for anyone who wants to use it.
For the next photography guide in this series, I thought we would go over taking photos on an iPhone as this is what I used for well over a year in the beginning for all photos on my blog. And occasionally I still use for blog/Instagram photos. As when I’m out and about, I don’t really want to carry my expensive DSLR camera with me. So how can you get high-quality photographs using your iPhone?
Many of my favorite bloggers have newsletters and originally when I started my blog, I had one but never ended up using it. But I’m actually really inspired to create one, so I hope you all like it. These are only going to be sent out weekly on Thursdays at 4:00 Central Time. I’m going to be offering announcements, updates, and freebies in these emails. They won’t always have all three, but will generally have one of them.
Once you reach adulthood, deadlines for things become more abstract or you have to make yourselves. So how do you juggle everything that you encounter and have to do on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis? When I first moved out of my mom’s house, I was the opposite of productive towards house chores. And sometimes I still am with working 60-70 hours a week, luckily that will be going down to 50-60 hours by the end of the month. And hopefully back to 40-45 hours by the end of summer especially once I’ve completed my certification. But that has nothing to do with productivity.