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I am no stranger to bullet journals or color-coded planners or nicely organized desks.

Mostly because I see them on Pinterest a whole lot.

I've also always beaten myself up over not being completely organized: I may use a planner most of the time, but get mad at myself when I forget to use it for a week or two. My desk is moderately clean, but the drawers are messy. I plan blogs, but then I don't post for 2 weeks. I tell myself that I'm going to be productive, but instead I procrastinate by hanging out with my friends and I stay up way too late. Therefore, I don't feel like a girl who has her life together. I feel like a wannabe. (You've heard this all before)


How to live a 50% organized life

I am no stranger to bullet journals or color-coded planners or nicely organized desks.

Mostly because I see them on Pinterest a whole lot.

I've also always beaten myself up over not being completely organized: I may use a planner most of the time, but get mad at myself when I forget to use it for a week or two. My desk is moderately clean, but the drawers are messy. I plan blogs, but then I don't post for 2 weeks. I tell myself that I'm going to be productive, but instead I procrastinate by hanging out with my friends and I stay up way too late. Therefore, I don't feel like a girl who has her life together. I feel like a wannabe. (You've heard this all before)


I've been on a big documentary kick this week, watching three documentaries in the last five days (this is what summer vacation is for, right?). I've also been more interested in ethical and conscious living recently, probably prompted by the fact that I (sort of suddenly) became a vegetarian at the beginning of the summer and I rather like it. Anyways, here are 8 of my favorite documentaries about social justice/ ethical living (all of them are on Netflix except for the last!). Documentaries may sound boring, but these ones really sucked me in and kept me on the edge of my chair due to their subject matter, story, and overall mood of urgency.


8 Socially conscious netflix documentaries you should watch

I've been on a big documentary kick this week, watching three documentaries in the last five days (this is what summer vacation is for, right?). I've also been more interested in ethical and conscious living recently, probably prompted by the fact that I (sort of suddenly) became a vegetarian at the beginning of the summer and I rather like it. Anyways, here are 8 of my favorite documentaries about social justice/ ethical living (all of them are on Netflix except for the last!). Documentaries may sound boring, but these ones really sucked me in and kept me on the edge of my chair due to their subject matter, story, and overall mood of urgency.


So my blog hasn't exactly been hopping this summer. More like slowly crawling. Wiggling.

To clarify, I seriously love blogging and my blog has made huge progress since I first started. I'm also in the process of planning some big changes for my blog's future. And even though I haven't been posting much, my page views are increasing thanks to Pinterest! But all that aside, I haven't been giving this little corner of the internet the love (or posts) it deserves. Sorry lil blog. :(


Blog expectations v.s reality (from a seriously slacking blogger)

So my blog hasn't exactly been hopping this summer. More like slowly crawling. Wiggling.

To clarify, I seriously love blogging and my blog has made huge progress since I first started. I'm also in the process of planning some big changes for my blog's future. And even though I haven't been posting much, my page views are increasing thanks to Pinterest! But all that aside, I haven't been giving this little corner of the internet the love (or posts) it deserves. Sorry lil blog. :(


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I’m a 19-year old college student who’s still very much “in bluhm” (heh) but I’m figuring it out as I go, laptop in hand.
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