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I am really excited to present to you the three jewelry items I got this month. First off, I am obsessed with necklaces but never really seem to have the money to buy them. Plus, I feel like once I but it, it goes out of style. Problem solved with Rocksbox, am I right?
Just so everyone knows! I have officially began making videos for YouTube. Here is my first video. I know it needs some work but I am really excited to start this new journey! Would love to hear tips from you guys!
I've decided to make the jump and change platforms and hopefully it ends up for the better. My new blog website is here so please check it out! If you aren't familiar with me, I used to blog on Trending in Fashion on blogspot. I still will be blogging here but more updates will take place there. Yay!
What will I be writing about? I will be writing about my fashion, travel, school and just general life events. I'm really excited to start my new blog and we will see where it will take me.
I suppose I will officially start my first blogpost here. My friend and I decided to go to the Los Angeles Flowers District on Saturday morning. Warning! They charge you a dollar to go in, which I was a little suprised but it was worth it. Inside the flower market, there is endless rows of flowers. Orchids, hydrangeas, sun flowers and any other flower in any color is available to buy. I think my favorite were the near black roses just because it was such a starteling contrast. It's a little chilly inside the market so I would advise you to bring a jacket and wear a cute outfit. You are definitely going to want to take some photos there. My friend and I were just running around gawking at the beautiful flowers and yes, we took endless amounts of photos. So that was my little endeavor on Saturday morning.
In other news, this is my last semester in college!!!!! I am freaking out about it. I think I am more excited about graduating than I am scared. I am ready to dive into the "real world." Something that just annoys me is when people say "college is the best time of your life." I agree to some extent. College proved to be some of the hardest and funniest years of my life. For the first two years of college I spent it at community college. Those two years I completely dedicated myself to my studies and extracurricular activities. At USC, the competition is very tough. It seems like you are always trying to play catch up in your extracurriular activities. You want to do everything but you don't have time for it and somehow you are supposed to go to a billion social activities. At the end of the day though, it is all fun but it isn't as great as it is in the movies. Someone in the movie industry needs to get on that. College is a tough time and it's not just parties, like everyone seems to suggest. Of course, it can be which must be nice. I think the real world will be similiar in the sense that it is a lot of hustle with some play. But in the real world, you have to be active in finding ways to be involved, whereas in college all the activities are brought to you. Overall, my college experience has been a tough one but a good one. I have grown a lot because of the good times but mainly because of the rough times. I will save that topic for a different time though. For now, I will end it at the one thing I will miss most about college is the cute college guys. <3