What do you think of when you hear a word “millionaire”? No doubt, each and every one of us imagines some nicely dressed people drinking pricey champagne for breakfast, driving classy supercars, shopping at the most posh boutiques and spending vacations in exotic countries. Sociologists have examined the lifestyles of millionaires and came with an inference that the vast majority of modern millionaires don’t spend their lives in this way at all. Some of the truly Read more
I enjoy having friends come to my apartment for snack, drinks, and great conversation. Majority of my friend group are also bloggers. It’s important for me to serve photo-friendly snacks because I know they will all want to take pictures for their Instagram. In our times of getting together I have noticed with Read more
Hey everyone down there on earth! I am flying over you at 37,966 feet in a purple lite plane known as Virgin America. This is my first time flying Virgin and I am sure loving every minute of it. Like I’ve heard many of times, Virgin America is one of a kind. So when I got the opportunity to fly with them, I was thrilled. For this trip I am headed to Washington, DC to see my best friend of 9+ years, Lindsay. Read more
Wow! I can’t believe I have been living in this crazy wild exciting city for exactly 4 years! Los Angeles is not just a city to me, it has become a place of growth. I moved here from Indiana on March 28, 2012 with three suite cases and a dream. I remember my first day in class at The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising started April 1. So moving here was a world wind of emotions. When I look back on the four years I have reside here in LA I can only describe it as a learning experience of rejection, acceptance, and triumph. I have been through a lot here in LA but one thing that has remained consistent is my love for fashion. Read more
I remember in second grade I cheated on my spelling test. I think the word was ‘knowledge’ or something, but I forgot how to spell it and I knew the boy next to me would have it correct so I glanced at his paper and copied. I also remember trying to convince myself it was ok.
‘It’s just one word.’ No one saw me.’ ‘I don’t need to tell.’
As a class we graded our test right after we completed and I got a 100%. School was soon over and I waited for my mom like all the other kids to come pick me up. As soon as I got in the car I began to cry uncontrollably. Read more