August is the best month of the year, not only because it’s my birthday month, but because it’s when I’ve been the most active on my newly revamped blog. I put together a few of my most obsessed products of the month. Take a look!
Any Taco Bell lovers out there? I’m from MA where we don’t have Del Taco, so the next best thing was Taco Bell for fast food. Do you feel gross when you buy fast food if it isn’t In-n-Out? Me too. Here’s a guilt-free recipe for homemade crunch wrap supremes! Easy, cheap and delicious. Also, handheld. Here’s how to make your own:
Buying gifts for people is always hard. They either never talk about what they want, have everything already, are extremely picky, or you want the gift to be perfect for them. I’ve come up with what I think is a solid buying birthday guide for boyfriends or husbands. I’ve tried to keep this post pretty vague celebrating all different kinds of men.
PSA: Planned Parenthood is 100% necessary and I am grateful for the people that dedicate their lives to fighting for it, and for everyone who works at every location around the country. Here’s how to get involved if you feel the same or want to learn more.
Alarm goes off, roll out of bed, make some coffee, look in the mirror and realize you’ve got a lot to do. First things first, where’s my birth control? You’re two pills behind… again.
The first image that comes to mind when I think of my mom is walking into the kitchen with James Taylor turning on the record player … but I always thought that I’d see you again, one more time again… the sun is streaming through the windows glowing on her. She’s in overalls and a DIY tank top; her golden blonde hair is messily thrown up in a clip with strands falling out the sides and bottom of her neck. She’s one of the most free people I’ve ever met in my life and the way she lived has taught me much about myself.
Dishes were (almost) broken, things were thrown and bruises on knuckles formed. I got into a huge fight with my brother yesterday.
My brother is three years older than me, and I have been living with him for 22 years. Yes, I’m 22.
I’m sure most post grads can’t stand the job search process because during that process you still have to go to a job you don’t want to be at, and you’re still not making enough money to survive. I understand the life of scrapping by all too much.
Cobble stone streets, not so cheap eats (the dollar ain’t got sh*t on the pound,) and English greets. And some other stuff.
By Kristen Carraher | Photos by Brian Horrocks
So I’m sure everyone has heard, most people that never studied abroad regret it. I studied abroad for a summer (only six weeks) and I regret not doing an entire semester. But guess what, those six weeks still ruined me, so here’s six reasons why: