Hi everyone! My name is Amanda, and I just graduated from college this past May with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English with an emphasis in creative writing. My passions include travel, animals, fashion, food, and (of course) writing!
A Review of Loft Hostel in Reykjavik, Iceland
My friend and I spent seven nights in Iceland last month, and all of those seven nights were spent at Loft Hostel in Reykjavik. We initially picked this hostel because it had stellar reviews, and was named one of the best hostels in Iceland. So, let me break down my thoughts.
Spironolactone Cleared My Skin
I've never had severe acne, however, I had what dermatologists would refer to as "moderate acne". I always had little pimples on my chin and on my forehead, and my skin was always super oily. When one zit went away, it seemed like two more reappeared the next day. I had tried all of the over-the-counter face washes and spot treatments, but nothing seemed to work.
Being an Extrovert with Social Anxiety... Yes, It's Possible
I think many people without anxiety imagine that a person with social anxiety is something like this: shy and quiet with very few friends, doesn't leave their house very often, enjoys being by themselves most of the time. And, while that may be an accurate description of some people with social anxiety, it definitely doesn't define each person. In fact, I have social anxiety, and I consider myself to be quite extroverted. How is this possible, you ask? Let me break it down for you.
So You Want to Adopt a Guinea Pig?
If you're thinking about adopting a guinea pig in the near future, first of all... good choice! Second of all, there are some things you should know prior to bringing one of these little guys into your home. While they are fairly easy to take care of, it doesn't hurt to be well-informed!
- Top Story - July 2018
Wanna Travel to Iceland? Here's How to NOT Break the BankTop Story - July 2018
Iceland's tourism industry has been booming in recent years, and it's no surprise why. It's a magnificent country with breathtaking waterfalls, marvelous volcanos, and miles of vast farmland. The only downside of this country? It can be VERY expensive. But, if you're smart with your money, it is possible to travel to Iceland on a budget. I took a 7-day trip to Iceland recently, and all in all, I spent around $1350. How did I do it? Let me share my tips. :)