So we’re almost 10 days into April but I finally got around to writing a March rewind post! Not too much happened in March, it was basically spent waiting for my 21st birthday (more on that in the April rewind so stay tuned!). The only thing that happened in March that is worth talking about is Easter! My family and I went to church Sunday morning and we had dinner at my Nana’s house that night. I really love when everyone gets together for dinner!
FAVORITE POSTS FROM AROUND THE WEB
The Best Study Method to Boost Your Productivity (Sincerely, Stephanie) — I’m always looking for new and improved ways to boost my productivity. Stephanie talks about the Pomodoro Technique in this post on her blog!
Transition Month Essentials (Seashells + Sparkles) — Rachel talks about her transition month essentials and I couldn’t agree more that they are perfect for those months where you’re not so sure what to wear. I’m on the hunt for the perfect motto jacket now!
6 Things to Thank Your College Friends For (Blissful Gal) — This post from Amanda is a great reminder to tell your college friends you love them & appreciate them!
The Best Podcasts for Creatives (Breakfast at Lilly’s) — Jenny shares her favorite podcasts in this post and I think they all sound amazing! I’ve been trying to get into podcasts (I still have yet to start… but I will eventually!) and this list is going to be where I start.
You by Caroline Kepnes — I’m so excited to have started & finished this book in March! I read a whole lot while I was on spring break and I just couldn’t put this one down! This is nothing like anything I’ve ever read but I enjoyed it SO much. If you’re looking for a book that’s a little out there and might make you uncomfortable, I challenge you to pick this one up. I definitely wasn’t disappointed!
Published Posts in March
What’s in My Beach Bag? featuring Sakroots — Where I talk about some beach bag essentials in partnership with Sakroots! Check out their spring collection in this post!
Majoring in Speech-Language Pathology — Where I discuss how I came to be a speech, language, and hearing science major AND I share a fun new announcement about the blog!