A Beginner’s Guide to Fitness

Anyone who knows me knows that I’m that crazy person who wakes up at 6:30am before class and goes to the gym for an early morning workout. I go to the gym approximately 4-5 days a week and work out on average for about an hour. I also eat from 1,500-2,200 calories a day with… Continue reading A Beginner’s Guide to Fitness

Brighten Up!

Okay guys, I love wearing neutrals as much as the next person (maybe more!) but wearing all black everyday can make a wardrobe feel tired and predictable.  In this post I want you to consider brightening up! You should seriously consider adding some color to your closet. I think vibrant colors are as gorgeous as… Continue reading Brighten Up!

#Girlboss: Cavortress

Much like this very blog, Julie Wheat has established a brand around a particular word that characterizes its spirit: cavort. This word’s official meaning is: intr.v. ca·vort·ed, ca·vort·ing, ca·vorts 1. To bound or prance about in a sprightly manner; caper. 2. To have lively or boisterous fun; romp. Better known to Charleston’s local fashion community as… Continue reading #Girlboss: Cavortress

Product Review: LUSH Dark Angels Face and Body Cleanser

I HAVE ACNE. I just wanted to tell all of you. I get it everywhere too, on my face, chest and back and have gotten it ever since I hit puberty. It’s always been one of my insecurities and others like this hateful person from Twitter, have also noticed about me. I’ve tried products like Proactiv… Continue reading Product Review: LUSH Dark Angels Face and Body Cleanser

50 Shades of Blonde

I’d like to think that every person has their signature, identifying feature; something everyone knows them for. For some, it’s the choice to wear red lipstick every day; for others, it may be a handlebar mustache. Personally, I think most people identify me by my blonde locks. Like any other doubting young adult, I’ve considered… Continue reading 50 Shades of Blonde

Ethical Shopping: American Apparel Scandals

Gather ’round children, I’m about to tell you how much American Apparel sucks as a brand. Sure, you may justify your ridiculous purchase of a basic, white v-neck t-shirt for $20 in the fact that they don’t abuse sweatshop labor in another country  but that’s your choice. I choose not to shop there firstly because… Continue reading Ethical Shopping: American Apparel Scandals