Positive Affirmations If you watch Queer Eye, then you may have heard Jonathan Van Ness, hairdresser and life coach extraordinaire, tell the people who come on the show to fake it ’til you make it. Of course, that is a cliche we’ve all heard before, but it is true. I personally embrace this as a […]Read More 5 Tips for Practicing Radical Self-Love
Happy Sunday, y’all! Thanksgiving is nearly upon us. This means that I have a lot of good food and fun family times to look forward to. It also means that there will be a lot of stressful moments heading my way. Cooking food? Pretending to like school? Long lines at the grocery store? A 4 […]Read More 7 Ways to Practice Self-Care This Week
I’m a mask kind of girl. If it claims to be a skincare product that will have to sit on my face for 5-20 minutes and won’t burn my skin off, you better believe that I’m testing out. I’ve tried sheets masks, bubble masks, and one that was a combination of milk and gelatin, which […]Read More L’Oreal Detox & Brighten Pure Clay Mask Review
On this past Monday I looked at my schedule for the week and was very confused. I was ridiculously busy! I know myself. I am a very easily overwhelmed person, which is why I always do my best to keep from having too many active commitments at once, but sometimes life happens. Thankfully, I had […]Read More Liv’s Guide to a Chill Self-Care Day
The biggest lie I ever heard was that if someone makes an offensive joke and you want to call them out on it, simply pretend you don’t understand, ask them to explain it, and watch them struggle. I remember being in my junior or senior year of high school and getting on my path to […]Read More The Secret Powers of Friendship Against the Reign of Isolation – Blogmas Day 22
It’s May. My classes have ended, my school’s library has swapped to 24/7 hours, and I am in the midst of finals season. It’s time for me to pack up all my things and leave campus while desperately ducking and dodging all of my friends’ goodbyes. I am not a huge “goodbye” person. I always […]Read More What’s in a Goodbye?
I have been feeling a lot like Avatar: The Last Airbender’s Prince Zuko this past week. While I didn’t turn into a firebender grappling with whether or not I was going to complete my family’s wish of eradicating the last of the airbenders (this children’s show had very intense, real-world themes), I definitely relate to Zuko’s feelings […]Read More Monday Motivation: Learning Honor Like Zuko