This post is in partnership with Bed Bath & Beyond, a brand I love. All opinions here are my own. It’s scary to think that in a little over a month I’ll be entering my senior year of undergrad at Temple. This will be my second year in my apartment on Park Ave, but I’m hoping that this year I’ll be able to make my room a little more homey and exactly like the style I want. I had lots of plans last year to put pretty things up on my walls but it didn’t end up happening. This year, I’m… View Post

This post contains some affiliate links. Last year, I wrote a post about some really fun planner options for college students. It went pretty viral on Pinterest and has been viewed almost 100,000 times. That post was one of my favorite ones to write last year so I figured, why not make this a yearly thing? I knew I wanted to make this year’s planner post bigger and better than before. So I reached out to a ton of companies and asked if they’d like to contribute a planner to my post. Nearly all of them said yes, which was something… View Post

I’ve been getting this question a lot lately and decided a good way to answer it was to make a blog post about it! One of my favorite things to do when writing a blog post is to design a Pinterest friendly image. I typically do this at the very end, once I’m in the mindset of the post and can think of a great picture to go with it. But before I get into this mini tutorial, I just wanted to stress the importance of having a decent sized pinnable image in your blog posts. Last summer, I started… View Post

Ryan graduated from Temple University in 2013 with a degree in Business and Entrepreneurship. Since high school he’s loved money and investing but recently, he has been reading a lot of forums and sharing his new knowledge with me. I asked him if he had any advice for college aged students who are just getting started with saving money and hoping to plan for the future because it would make a really great, helpful blog post. He was reluctant at first (as he is with most blog related things) but then a few nights ago I saw him composing an… View Post

My mom says I’m addicted to my phone. I don’t know if I would really argue with her on that, but I think I have a pretty good reason. My phone has everything. It’s honestly my lifeline and I rely on it to do so much during the day. As a college student, you can up that importance factor by, like, 50%. My phone is with me all day and it keeps me on track (most times). There are a ton of apps that I use on a daily basis but there are a few that I’ve downloaded within the… View Post