Friday, April 24, 2015

Fashion Friday - Concert #OOTD

Heyyy guys! Happy Friday! But more important, the Bruce Jenner interview is on tonight. Is anyone else literally counting down the hours? Or am I the only totally buying into this media sensation? I'm such a sucker for anything Kardashian related... But like, what if the rumors aren't real? What if it's just a random interview with Bruce Jenner? I'm just dying to know. I'm pathetic, I know. Hahaha.

Anyway, the real reason for this post. Going to detail my outfit for the concert last weekend. :)

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Tunes Tuesday - From Passion Pit to Marian Hill

Re-named today's title since it's taking the place of Music Monday. :P Anyway, just going to do a short playlist post - as I didn't sleep well last night and I'm quite tired this evening after working all day. *yawn*

Lifted Up (1985) - Passion Pit
I've loved Passion Pit for quite some time now, ever since I heard "Cuddle Fuddle" I was pretty much hooked. Their (or his? I feel like it's mainly one guy...) new album just dropped today and it's called Kindred. Lifted Up (1985) is one of the singles off of this album and I can't get enough! Actually, as I'm writing this I'm just listening to the song on repeat. I love the electronic component of their music, it's so different and makes you feel good. It's so intense and uplifting. "Carried Away" is another favorite from them. They're perfect to listen to in the summer! 
Favorite Lyric; "Feel as though there's nothing up there, but one day you came out of nowhere."

The Fool - Ryn Weaver
I also love Ryn Weaver quite a bit as well, I actually wrote about her other big hit "OctaHate" on here earlier. I love that she has an alternative kind of sound, mixed with electronic/synth sounds like the previous. Kind of on the same wavelength as Passion Pit with a bit more of a pop vibe. This song is a little bit more powerful than "OctaHate," I love the message behind this song and it's definitely pretty relatable. Everyone has been a fool for someone. Sadly, myself included. Guilty!
Favorite Lyric; "You chase me while I play the clown, but then you know."

No Filter - Hit The Lights
I know I wrote about Hit The Lights yesterday but I can't not mention this song. I've been listening to it non-stop since I first heard it (aka Sunday...) It's just SO good. In fact this whole album "Summer Bones" is just really, really great. I'm so glad I found out they have a newer album out! This song is definitely my favorite off of the album though. The lyrics are great and I just can't help but sing along and bob my head. It reminds me of all the alternative/pop-punk I used to listen to when I was in high school and I love the nostalgia it initiates. Two thumbs up!
Favorite Lyric; "For every night I slept myself sick wondering what I did; this is goodbye, I hope you f*cking choke on it."

Got It - Marian Hill
I'm actually not even sure how to describe or categorize this song. It's definitely on the electronic side as well (guess that's the theme I got goin' on today.) iTunes is describing it as alternative - so I'm going to say it's alternative/electronica. It's such a different vibe but I really love it. I've heard it on a few Spotify playlists and then I kept hearing it on the commercial for that new Nicholas Sparks movie The Longest Ride, which inspired me to save it to my "recent" playlist so I can jam to it any time I please! Give it a try!
Favorite Lyric; "You want to know, but it can't be tied. You want to steal, cause I can't be bought."

I hope you enjoy this week's playlist! I'll be back later this week with a fashion post and some sort of beauty post...gonna have to brainstorm that. Hope everyone has a great rest of the week though!

Monday, April 20, 2015

Funday Monday - Hit The Lights & Cartel Concert

Hellooo people! I missed my post yesterday because I was in NYC seeing Hit The Lights and Cartel at Gramercy Theatre. So, I am here today to tell you all about it! As well as recap my weekend for you a bit.

So Friday evening I went to dinner with my friends at where else, but Stagehouse. I've actually gone as far as to just abbreviate it to SH. I didn't even bother taking pictures because I wasn't sure I could even manage to shove a picture of nachos in front of your faces again. Long story short, a delicious time was had by all. I also had a pomegranate margarita that made my eyes twitch. Apparently tequila has that effect on me? Whatcanyado. 

Saturday it was absolutely GORGEOUS out. Like 80 degrees. It was pretty much a dream for me. I wore no sleeves and I was actually hot. Like, sweating and everything. It was the greatest thing I've experienced this year thus far. Yes, I am saying that I enjoyed sweating. That's just how terrible this winter has been. I just went out and ran some errands with my mother and hit Old Navy to get inexpensive denim jackets, since I've had mine for God knows how many years and it was starting to look green. Ew. I was able to snag a child sized one that was only $19, perks of being a miniature person. And one regular size one since I couldn't find the dark wash in kids sizes... #pathetic

Then Sunday was the day to see Hit The Lights and Cartel. Cartel is doing a 10 year anniversary tour for their album Chroma. That album was more or less my life when I was about 15 so there was no way I was missing out on that! I headed out to the city, which was absolutely disastrous. I Uber-ed myself to the train station closest to my house only to find out that there were 30-45 minute delays and then substitute was bizarre to say the least. So I had to quickly get a different Uber over to where my friend was taking the train in to get on a mode of transportation that made sense. I told the Uber driver I needed to get there in like 15 minutes and he miraculously made it happen and I got on the train JUST as it was arriving in the station. Thank goodness I actually made it! The anxiety struggle was SO real. Once we got to the city we grabbed some dinner/lunch at this cute bar called Taproom. The nachos came on like, a piece of tree which I thought was hipster as hell. It was a cute little place. A bit expensive, but that's the city for ya!

After some strolling about and stopping in a Starbucks and Duane Reade we finally went over to the concert, grabbed some Angry Orchard's and settled in to wait for the bands. Two bands came on before Hit The Lights and Cartel. The first band was Driver Friendly, and I quite liked them. Fun, pop-punk kind of music. Although the keyboard player was thrashing his head so much I was almost certain he was going to smash it on his keyboard. He didn't. But it was pretty damn close. Next was a band called TEAM* that my friend and I weren't too fond of, they were a little too alternative for our taste. However, it turned out that the lead singer was actually a member of an older band, Forever The Sickest Kids. So, that was interesting about them at least. Then finallyyy, Hit The Lights came on, which I was obviously pretty excited for. The lead singer, Nick Thompson is one of the hottest people possibly ever. He has that whole package of being a musician and being in great shape. Can't lose with that. They played some new songs, which led me to discover that their new album is really legit. I've been listening to it all day! They also played some old classics that were great to hear as well. I was really happy to finally get to see them.

Cartel played their entire album Chroma, and it was actually being streamed online as well via Yahoo, which I thought was pretty cool. Although I've loved Cartel for quite some time, I've actually never seen them live, so I was really grateful to be able to see them playing their older music that I used to live and breathe. The lead singer, Will, sounds just as amazing live as he does on recordings, which I think says a lot about the band. I was seriously so excited to be a part of this tour! It went far beyond my expectations and got me super pumped for all the concerts I'll be going to this summer! PS I also made both these YouTube videos on my iMovie - wanted to combine all my clips into something cute for you! Hope you like em!

That's it for my weekend, I'll be doing my Music Monday post tomorrow and we'll just be a day behind on our schedule for this week. I'm also planning on doing a post on the outfit I wore to the concert later this week as well. I have a lot of good stuff planned for this week! :) Have a great one guys!

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Beauty Wednesday - VS PINK Skin Products

You guys. I did it. I'm getting up a beauty post this week! *Pats self on back* Carrying on...  I mentioned in my post on Sunday that I bought a couple beauty/skin products from Victoria's Secret Pink that I was going to try out and possibly share with you all. Being that they're so cute and I actually like them, I'm here to follow through with that. 

Playing around with editing photos - I hope that doesn't look like a kindergarten's first creation...

First up, is the Pink Coconut Oil Sheer Cooling Spray Lotion
I've been wanting to try a spray lotion for awhile now, since I literally can't begin my day unless I moisturize after my shower. However, keeping your skin moisturizer is quite time consuming. My main goal with the spray lotion was to cut back on my time getting ready for work. I mean, we all need all the sleep we can get, am I right?! The other benefit of this spray lotion is that it has coconut oil, which I have previously mentioned is the nectar of the Gods. Well, maybe not, but I think it's pretty darn amazing. Naturally, I love the smell of this product, smells like I belong on a tropical island. I've been using this lotion every day this week and I definitely think it helps to save time, the coconut oil keeps me moisturized, and it makes my skin smell good. These are all wins in my opinion! The only downside I would highlight is that my spray nozzle gets a little stuck and difficult to spray, besides that I completely recommend this product. I already know I'm going to re-purchase since the scent is so summery and exotic and summer is actually now in sight!

Pink Coconut Oil Conditioning Hair & Body Oil
While I love the spray lotion, I think the better of the two is the hair and body oil. As I said before I LOVE coconut oil, but putting pure coconut oil in your hair, while being super beneficial, is a royal pain in the ass to wash out. Anddd, for that reason I thought this spray oil was a fantabulous idea. I also love the fact that you can use it on both your hair and your skin. My friend and I actually sprayed it on our hair while we were in the store and it definitely has a softening effect, as well as the same tropical smell as the lotion! For someone like me, who doesn't wash their hair more than twice a week, it's good to have a product that softens and freshens hair in between washes. (I still use my dry shampoo as well though!) Once I got home I sprayed it on my arms before we went out to soften the skin (since I hadn't moisturized since the morning) and it makes the skin REALLY soft. My arms felt seriously silky after this stuff. I'm not going to sit here and claim that it lasts until infinity and it's a miracle worker, but as a refresher for your hair and skin alike, it's a total winner in my book. Victoria's Secret also does a lot of sales when buying 2 or 3 beauty products, so you're bound to be able to get some kind of deal on these whenever you want to purchase. :) Double thumbs up. 

So there you have it, a long overdue beauty post! I hope you enjoy and my reviews may possibly help you when you're out there at the mall wondering what you should purchase. Also, now that it's so nice out I may even have a fashion post up my sleeve for later this week! It's now kimono season, and they are my absolute favorite. We shall see. :) Hope everyone has a great one! Positive vibes only. 

Monday, April 13, 2015

Music Monday - From Alesso to Syd Youth

Happy Monday blog friends! It was like 76 degrees in New Jersey today. I could hardy believe it. I wore short sleeves and I wasn't cold. Miracles really do happen, people. I was about as happy as ever. Or as happy as one could be on a Monday. Anyway, let's get on with this week's playlist. Really stoked to share this week's choices.

Cool - Alesso & Roy English
I'm actually really surprised I haven't mentioned this song earlier, I've been pretty obsessed with it for awhile now. Something about this song just screams summer and it makes me happier than a kid in a candy store. I'm not a huge fan of this EDM craze that seems to have come (and maybe passed?) but I love a good dance jam every now and again. Not to mention this Roy English (who's British - because honestly I can't be obsessed with someone unless they're British) has a really amazing voice. Just love everything about this song, from the beat to the lyrics.
Favorite Lyric; "Acting like a fool, I wanna scream it from the roof. I'm tryna keep it cool, but I can't keep cool about it."

Hypnotize Me - Taylor Berrett
Taking it a completely different direction here, I have a kind of folk/country song. Apparently this Taylor Berrett artist is so exclusive he doesn't even have a Wikipedia page! So, I'm going to categorize this as folk/country myself, I'm not completely sure, but let's go with that. It's so catchy and uplifting. I actually heard this song on the "Sunny Side Up" playlist on Spotify, which I like to listen to in the morning to get myself in a good mood for the day. In any event, this song is catchy, Taylor has a great voice, and you will want to dance around your room (house, apartment, shack, what have you) to this.
Favorite Lyric; "You said, 'don't hide your sorrow, the blood you bled. We were made to break so somebody could fix us again.'"

Bitch Better Have My Money - Rihanna
Can't not mention this song, it's just too good. I mean, if you have a radio I'm 110% you've heard this song. But, every now and again I like to listen to some music that makes me feel gangster as hell. Rihanna is just a boss most of the time and I have to give her props for that. I love to put this song all the way up with my headphones on. I highly suggest it, the beat gets pretty trippy, especially towards the end of the song.
Favorite Lyric; "Pay me what you owe me, don't act like you forgot." 

Smoke n' mirrors - Syd Youth 
Again, going in a completely different direct genre-wise, we have this sort of pop-ballad. I just heard this song for the first time today and I think it's really powerful. Syd Youth is composed of three female singers, and I think their voices blend beautifully, it's very evident in this song. I feel like a lot of the time these days singers depend mainly on their music and editing, but you can tell that these singers are just genuinely good, which is what made me listen to this song over and over again the first time I heard it. I have a feeling this group will be all over the radio very soon.
Favorite Lyric; "There's no good time for me to tell you what's up. Put your hand in mine, I think you've been through enough. Feel me now." 

And that's this week's playlist! I hope you enjoyed my array of genres this week. I really try to highlight all different types of music so there's something for everyone! I'd also just like to say I've listened to "Cool" like 8 times while writing this post. I just really can't get enough! I hope you enjoyed and I'll be back tomorrow (or at the very least sometime this week before Saturday...) with a beauty inspired post, I have a couple new things to share!

Sunday, April 12, 2015

Sunday Funday - The Newsroom & Asbury Park

Hellooo my good internet friends! I'm back with a Sunday Funday post. (Told you I'd never miss out on doing these!) OH! You might have also noticed that the blog got a little facelift! Now that I have more content and some followers I decided there was more I needed out of my layout. I absolutely love this pre-made one that I chose from 17thAvenueDesigns on Etsy. If you're looking for a layout or anything along those lines I completely recommend her, she has tons of extras available for your blog as well. :)

I had a great weekend as the weather FINALLY decided to cooperate, which lifted my spirits more than words can express. I hope wherever you are, that you had a great weekend as well! Here goes the recap.

Friday nights I generally don't do much, as I'm usually pretty tired from the work week. And this particular week I missed out on a lot of sleep so I was exhausted. I'm sure most of you have heard that HBO finally launched their standalone streaming service entitled "HBO Now," which I've been looking forward to for I don't know how long. I'm a huge fan of the shows The Newsroom and Girls, however, I didn't really fancy spending 50 or so extra dollars to have HBO on my cable package so I've been pretty far behind! Trying to stream them online is sadly futile, so I usually wait until I can buy the season on iTunes. So Friday night I began my HBO Now account and finally finished The Newsroom. Anddd... I was crying. Like a baby. I'm still shocked that they didn't move forward with this show. It's one of the best shows I've seen lately and I think it's an absolute shame it had to end so suddenly. The characters were so well-developed that I truly felt compassion for them and genuinely cared about their stories. If there's any HBO series I could recommend, it would be The Newsroom. It's only 4 seasons, and the 4th season is only 6 episodes. The first month of HBO Now is free too, so you can watch the whole thing for no money at all! (If you wish to continue to subscribe, it's $14.99 a month.) 

Saturday I spent the day grabbing lunch and shopping with two of my best friends. I only purchased some yoga pants and skin products from Victoria's Secret. (Which I will likely be mentioning in my comeback post of Beauty Tuesday this week! Lord willing I get my sh*t together with this blog. Lol.) VS yoga pants/leggings just do something special to the booty, I don't know what it is but they're the only ones I will ever wear and I love them. We had lunch at Cheesecake Factory, which is just always delicious. I mean, how can you go wrong with a place that has like a 19 page menu? We recently discovered that the nachos there are pretty amazing too, I highly recommend. 

Saturday evening we headed down to Asbury Park to hit up one of our favs Johnny Mac's. We went relatively early, as we were just looking to grab a beer (cider for me, please!) and sit down. This place is the best because you get a ticket for a free little pizza with each drink you buy! Yummy. They also have a little downstairs area with skeeball, cause, who doesn't love skeeball?! We had a great time. Please excuse the awful quality photos - they looked a whole lot better on my iPhone. :/

Then today I did some shopping with my mom. We headed out to Harmons. You know that's my weakness, but I stayed pretty strong and managed not to buy THAT much stuff. Only essentials! However, sh*t got real in DSW when I found the perfect backpack. I've been wanting a cute backpack for awhile now. I don't know what it is about them, I just think they're so fashion forward and cute. The one I found was Steve Madden and $70. Original price was $90, so I guess I got lucky, but I still cringed at spending $70 on a pretty small backpack. I've been trying to save money so hard lately! I've been doing better than I was before, but this backpack set me back a pretty penny, but I knew I would regret it if I left the store without it, and so, now it is mine. :) 

From Harmons I just got the new L'Oreal Miss Manga mascara, NYX Pore Filler Primer, 2 colored Wet N Wild Mega Liners (Teal and Plum), a small Tide to Go Pen and a new brush organizer. (My old one had a hole in the back for some odd reason and all my brushes would fall out time and time again. I don't know, it makes no sense to me either.) 

And there you have it, that's my weekend for ya! I hope everyone has a lovely rest of Sunday and I will be back tomorrow with this week's playlist. :)

Friday, April 10, 2015

Fearful Friday - Things I'm Afraid To Tell You

So I've been struggling with what else to write about this week, since I've obviously failed at doing a beauty post. Literally, I just forgot all about it. It's hard to get excited to write about products that aren't new! As I've mentioned before, I've been trying to save money for a vacation this summer with my mom, so no new and exciting products to write about. 

However, I've thought about doing a little series of all my favorite essential beauty products, from moisturizers, to face washes, to mascara and blush. Perhaps I'll stop being lazy and get a handle on that soon! I've just been in a funk lately because the weather is STILL cold. They keep saying it will be 70 and it never is, it's just cloudy, wet and cold. It's gotten to the point where it's actually making me depressed and all I can think about is getting home to my bed. I have no motivation to be productive in any way. Please pray New Jersey gets an ACTUAL spring soon!

Anyway, I'm going to be writing a bit of a personal post inspired by Two Thirds Hazel. She posted "Things I'm Afraid To Tell You" today and I immediately felt inspired. I don't often like to write about my personal life on here, but every now and again I find it therapeutic. Here goes nothin'!

- I don't have a five year/ten year/any year plan actually and it scares the CRAP out of me. I always imagined by 25 I'd have the rest of my life planned out. (I have 6 months until I'm 25, maybe I'll figure it out within these next 6 months. JKLOL)

- My anxiety holds me back quite a bit, the possibility of failing at something I try is almost too much for me bear. I have so many ideas and plans that I often don't follow through with because I don't know if they'll work out.

- I judge people far too harshly. It's something I really try to work on, and try to remind myself everyone has been through different experiences and taught different things. There are so many different people in this world, not everyone has the same mindset that I do.

- Sometimes I would just rather stay at home and watch Netflix with my cat than go out and be surrounded by drunks at a crowded bar. (Especially so in the winter... which has apparently lasted until April. Lovely.)

- I'm afraid I may never find the right person for me. Or even worse, I've already let them go.

- I have just recently realized that I don't think I believe in God. I have always had something against organized religion, mostly because I have met many "religious" people that seem to portray the exact opposite of what they preach. I know this certainly doesn't ring true for everyone that is religious, and if that's something you're passionate about, than so be it! For me, it just isn't something I can be into.

- I don't take my health seriously at all. And I wish I did. I hate going to the doctor, I don't eat nearly as balanced a diet as I should, and I rarely exercise. I always have these ideas that I'm going to finally get on the ball, but my laziness always wins that battle.

- I have an actual obsession with my phone. I press the home button just about every 15 minutes while I'm at work to check if anyone has texted, snapped, tweeted, etc. I hate that I have this attachment to something so superficial. What's even worse is that I've tried several times to become less attached and I haven't been successful yet. 

- I don't think I'm GREAT at anything. I don't feel that I have one particular skill that I'm extremely confident about. I think I have a good fashion sense, I'm good at my makeup, I'm a good writer, I'm a good conversationalist, I take good pictures, I sing good...but I'm not great at any of these things. 

- I find emotions to be one of the scariest things in the world to me. Emotions and feelings are just all so uncertain. People change their minds all the time, myself being one of them. This is why I find relationships to be so treacherous sometimes, how can you make commitments when you don't necessarily know where life will take you and what you'll experience and how that will change you? Life is wild ride people. 

These are just the fears that came to my fingers when I sat down to blog tonight. There's so much more swimming around in this little head of mine. Please make sure you check out Two Third Hazel's post and write a post of your own if you so desire! Releasing your fears out into the world is strangely freeing. Have a great weekend guys!

Monday, April 6, 2015

Music Monday - From Ariana Grande to All Time Low

Happy Monday beautiful people. The sun is shining and it's supposed to get up to 70 degrees today. That's pretty much a dream for me at this point so I'm as happy as a clam. :) Besides the fact that it's Monday...Mondays aren't fun. Especially when you didn't sleep well the night before. BUT, let's look on the bright side, shall we?

Adore - Cashmere Cat & Ariana Grande
It's fitting that this song is called Adore, because, well, I adore it. I'm sure it's been established here but I'm a huge fan of Ariana Grande. I think she has a great voice and she's just so darn cute! But anyway, for this song she's teaming up with Cashmere Cat, who she's actually worked with before. They have a song together on Ariana's album called Be My Baby. (Also a great song.) Cashmere Cat is a Norwegian DJ. He's gained recent popularity working with Ariana Grande, Jeremih, and Lana Del Rey, to name a few. If you don't know Cashmere Cat now - I'm sure we'll be hearing a lot from him in the future!
Favorite Lyric; "You look at me and say 'love, are you real?' Just don't pretend you're just a friend."

See You Again - Wiz Khalifa & Charlie Puth
Okay, so not gonna lie, I just heard this song for the first time this morning. But, it's SO GOOD. I've always been a pretty big Wiz Khalifa fan, however I've never listened to Charlie Puth before. He has a fantastic voice and I love the blend of smooth singing with rapping. It turns out Charlie Puth is a young singer who gained popularity from Youtube and a little help from Ellen DeGeneres. He's also from New Jersey. (Wudduppp.) So that's cool. This song is from the Fast & Furious 7 soundtrack too. Haven't seen the movie yet but I've heard good things!
Favorite Lyric; "We've come a long way from where we began. Oh, I'll tell you about it when I see you again."

Tidal Waves - All Time Low & Mark Hoppus
If you were like me in high school then this song will bring you right back to 17 years old. I loveee it. And the fact that Mark Hoppus from blink is on it makes it 10 times better. It's very similar to the All Time Low music from like, 2007. I love the angsty teen lyrics. Makes me feel like I'm getting ready to watch Laguna Beach all over again. Hahaha
Favorite Lyric; "Why don't you think before you speak? Cause you don't know me at all." 

Trouble - Iggy Azalea & Jennifer Hudson
I mostly just like this song cause of Jennifer Hudson. She has such an amazing voice. The music and the beat are pretty great too...Iggy, not so much. She's not my favorite, but the song is catchy enough and I find myself bobbing my head along to it while I'm at work. And of course every girl can relate to wanting someone that seems like trouble. I mean Taylor Swift wrote a song about it too...the goat remix of that song is the best. With the goat yelling. I hope you people out there know what I'm referring too.
Favorite Lyric; "Cause most guys only want one thing, but I'm undecided tryna figure out if that's you." 

So that's this week's playlist. Hope you enjoy or find some new tunes you didn't know about before. Have a great rest of the week! I'll be back at some point with a beauty post of sorts!

Sunday, April 5, 2015

Sunday Funday - Easter Weekend!

Happy Easter everyone! I hope everyone has had a great day with their families! And a great weekend besides that! 

Friday night I went down to Asbury Park with my best friend to one of our favorite bars Porta. (Which is also a pizzeria that is quite delicious.) We spent most of the night hanging out at the bar drinking some AO's. (Angry Orchards) Despite attracting a couple of middle-aged weirdos in the beginning of the night, the night as a whole ended up being pretty decent. Haaa. We spent quite a lot of time people watching and even saw someone get kicked out by security. Although we're not quite sure why, he did seem pretty belligerent for a good portion of the night. Fun times! Hahaha. Going out down the shore is the best once the weather starts permitting. :)

Saturday I finally got around to dying my Easter eggs! I bought the cutest little kit from Target for $5! It came with so much stuff I didn't even use it all. I liked getting a little creative with these. I think they turned out perfect - I was really pleased!

Saturday evening we went to go get our first facials in the city. Everything started out well and I quite liked the facial for the most part. However, they pick at any imperfection in your face to clear out your pores - I don't particularly like that. (My friend I went with really enjoyed that, so it's all personal preference! I'm not trying to be down on facials as a whole. I hear they're really great for your skin regularly.) I have always been taught not to pick pimples to prevent bacteria getting in and infecting them. They also put a face mask over my eyes so I couldn't see for 15 minutes, wasn't too thrilled about that either. So, I'm not too happy about all the little red blemishes I have from them picking in my pores, but I'm sure they'll go away in a few days and I'll be fine. Perhaps facials just aren't for me. I'll stick to my little Glamglows for now!

Then obviously today is Easter! I'm not a very religious person, nor is my family, but I do enjoy a reason to get together and have a nice meal and catch up with my family. My mom made a fantastic lasagna and we had quite a feast. Then mini eclairs and cream puffs for dessert! And of course Peeps and Cadbury eggs, because what would Easter be without them?!

So that's my weekend recap for you! I'll be back tomorrow with my weekly playlist. I'm going to try to brainstorm a beauty favorites post for this week as well, since I haven't been too successful in the past weeks with them. I've been trying to save money for a vacation this summer, so I haven't been buying anything new! I guess perhaps I'll just have to talk about stuff I already know and love. We'll see. :) Have a great Monday tomorrow everyone!