In the wonderful and fabulous world of makeup and skincare, there are MILLIONS of beauty bloggers, influencers, YouTubers, and sites that give you a wide range of information on anything you want or need to know. While going through all of these would be fun, it would take ages if you aren't binge-watching episodes of your favorite beauty YouTuber or binge-reading site after site looking for beauty tips and tricks. That's why I compiled a handy guide for those who are starting off or want to get into the beauty and skincare world. This extensive guide will walk you through a variety of different topics like: Colour Theory and Makeup, Foundation Comparisons, Skincare Routine Tips and Tricks, and many other wonderful topics, tips, and tricks that I've gathered from friends, websites, and videos.
Every New Year's Eve, we make promises to ourselves. Promises for the new year to come that usually involve losing weight, becoming a better person, working out more, or saving up more money. The new year is all about new beginnings and a fresh start, which is why the new year is the perfect time to start a bullet journal (or to start a new one if you're an avid bullet journalist). If you aren't sure how to set up a bullet journal, you can check out thefollowing article to get a feel for how the bullet journal is normally laid out.
When it comes to getting our lives together, many of us reach for agendas and pre-made planners that we can buy at the store in order to keep track of appointments and events happening in our lives. This method can be effective if you just need to keep note of a date and time of an event, but what if you want something more personalized and more unique? What if you want your agenda to keep track of more than just appointments and events? What if you wanted to keep track of your habits, your mood, and even your sleep?
In everyday life, there are good moments and bad moments. These moments can be anything; passing or failing a test, finding or losing love, or maybe even getting accepted or rejected to that school you really wanted to get into. Every day there are good moments and bad moments. For “normal” people, these good and bad moments pass like hills and ditches; small bumps along the way, but nothing they can’t handle. But what if you “aren’t normal?” What if the good moments feel like you’re on top of Mt Everest, and the bad moments feel like you’re in the bottom of the Mariana’s Trench? How do you cope with these emotions?
I need it like I need oxygen to breathe,
And it's so damn hard to find.
And harder to keep.
I can never get enough even though I have a steady supply.
I am stuck,
Like a speck of dust trapped in a black hole;
I'm enveloped by a darkness that is never-ending,
A blackness that seems to get darker as I fall deeper into it,