Hey everyone! I’m back from my month long study abroad trip and am so excited to share with you the second part of my three part road trip series. The first part about my six hours in Birmingham is available already and my third part about road trip essentials to be up soon.
Below I’ll go into detail about how Joe and I spent 6 hours in St. Louis.
Hey everyone! I am so excited about this post because for the first time in my life, I own a watch! This watch isn’t a trendy piece that I will get sick of in 3 months either, it’s a classic watch that I can see myself wearing for a long time.
This watch was given to me to review in collaboration with JORD. My watch is from the Fieldcrest series, specifically the Zebrawood & Maple watch. The best news is, you can get a watch just like mine for half the price! How? By entering my giveaway with JORD! Click here and enter your information. One winner will receive $100 credit and everyone that enters will get a $25 credit. The giveaway closes June 25th at 11:59pm. [Giveaway is closed!]
Hello everyone! At the beginning of May I drove from Tampa, FL to Oakdale, MN and along the way, we stopped in Birmingham, AL; Nashville, TN; and St. Louis, MO. This post is the first of a three part series, with my 6 hour guide to St. Louis and my list of road trip essentials to follow (I’ll update this post when they’re up!)
So, what could someone possibly do in only six hours in a brand new city? More than you think! Below is the list of everything we saw, ate, and did on the sunny Saturday in May.
I’m so excited about this blog post because I have partnered with thredUP to show you a few different looks that I made for under $30 using their site! As a college student, it’s so important to be able to get new clothes without crying about the balance of our bank accounts after and thredUP has our back. Did you know that 30% of millennials have shopped secondhand in the past month? It’s because we’re being smart with our money and we know what we want. Sites like thredUP help us build a beautiful wardrobe without having to pay retail price.
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