Living on campus for your freshman year is actually the best decision you can make. This is where you will meet new friends, stay up late in the lounge eating pizza, and hear about all the new extra curricular activities going on. Your first year of college is where you have the most opportunity to be social, take advantage of it and soak it up while you can!
Know your limits, boundaries and what you’re comfortable with surrounding COVID-19.
If you don’t feel comfortable going to family gatherings or getting together with friends, that is completely okay. Try your best to communicate this with your loved ones. The last thing you want, is to go somewhere because you feel pressured to, and then have anxiety about it afterwards when you begin to wonder if you were exposed to / exposed someone else to the virus unknowingly. Your true friends, and those who truly love you, will support your decision in this difficult time and want the best for you.
If you’ve known me for awhile, you know that I’ve always struggled with skincare. I’ve never understood what face washes to buy, what order of products I should use, what’s considered a good price for skincare products…the struggle has been real. However, recently I’ve come across a truly amazing brand, Pixi Beauty. And I’m so […]
Talking about how I became a fashion designer, and ultimately, came to know Jesus along the way. I detail what it was like showing my collections on runways such as New York Fashion Week, and the advice I would’ve given myself earlier. When it comes to doing what you love, I share that you can love God and love people, no matter your vocation, your back story or what industry you decide to go into.
Today’s blog post is going to be short and sweet. Recently, I have been struggling badly with anxiety. Anxiety has a way of silencing me, telling me my voice is unwanted, and making me fearful of showing up to the world. There’s so much I want to share with the world…and write, create, make, post…but […]