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I’ve heard many times that a person usually does not come into solid financial stability until their thirties—kind of bad news for those of us who have 4 or more years to go until we hit that stride. But if you think about it, the logic is there. Especially with student loans, car payments, apartment/house payments, starting new jobs and having to work our way up—it’s a tough financial time for many of us. It never hurts to find outlets to make some extra cash! You can start by going

It’s like clockwork, the second the temperature drops, my skin morphs into a dull, lifeless mess. So I took the liberty of conducting some research in hopes to find a combination of natural ingredients that I could use to heal my skin. Now, I’m all about instant gratification (but aren’t we all?). So finding something that worked quickly was key! The three ingredients I discovered were espresso coffee grounds, peppermint essential oil, and coconut oil. Alone these ingredients are fantastic, but together? Magic! I honestly have not had such smooth

Fall is finally upon us and that means we get to experiment with some pretty fabulous lipstick shades! But with the cool temperatures, lips can become dry and our lipstick can start to feather and bleed. Not so fabulous if you ask me. Feathering mostly occurs when you have dry lips or a fair amount of wrinkles around the lip line. While moisturizing helps, there are a few other precautions you can take to ensure you lip color looks smooth and manicured all day long. Exfoliate lips. You can use

One of the most important parts of my skincare routine is cleaning my makeup brushes. And if you don’t clean your makeup brushes on a regular basis—you need to start! When you use your makeup brushes oil, dirt, makeup, and bacteria get stuck in the bristles. Which means if you don’t clean your brushes, all of that will penetrate your skin clog your pores—causing breakouts, irritation, and even premature aging. I’ve found the best makeup brush cleaner. The best part? You can make it yourself! I’ve tried so many store

I think one of the biggest reality checks after graduating college was realizing that the learning does not stop when you get that diploma. Going to school is only the beginning of the learning process. But personally, I like it that way! I think embracing new knowledge is the best ways to stay humble and improve yourself as a person. Learning new things makes you a more interesting, makes it easier to relate and communicate with different types of people, and overall just makes you more confident in diverse situations.

You know, being an 80-something in a 20-something’s body is actually really hard work. {Tweet this} Hangovers have somehow progressed from being minor morning headaches, to feeling like I a got an actual head transplant. Getting ready is now more of a burden than actually being fun. And is it just me, or does Sunday Funday have a totally different meaning once you hit your mid-twenties? The thought of going to a bar for the football game—while slamming bloodies and shots of whiskey with every TD sound great—until I’m about