My Workout Routine // Favorite DYI Workout Attire

Hello hello! I am so excited to be working with DYI on today’s post in honor of the launch of their new camo collection! DYI is one of my favorite places to find not only the most comfortable workout clothes, but also some of the most unique! They have just launched a new camo collection as shown in this post’s pictures and y’all should all go shop it using the discount code: CAMO15 !!

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Off to Camp!!

Happy Sunday y’all! This past week has been my last week at home for the rest of the summer which is just crazy!! Yesterday, I drove up to camp with Sarah and will be here for the next FIVE WEEKS! Although I will sadly not be a camper this summer, I am going to be on work crew which is essentially a group of gals who clean the dishes and kitchen, serve breakfast, and are kind of the camp’s kitchen maintenance crew.

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The Lords of Discipline Book Review

I randomly sifted through one of the bookshelves in my house and one found The Lords of Disciple by Pat Conroy, one of the books that my mom has always raved about so I thought I would give it a go. I’m not so sure why I was so hesitant in reading this book because as my mama told me, it turned out to be SO GOOD and it is definitely one of my favorites.

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Settling into Spring & Other Updates

Well, hello hello!! I hope everyone had a wonderful Easter! Over the past few weeks, I feel like quite a bit has happened. A lot of things have come and gone and I am currently settling into these last few weeks of junior year. I have been rather absent over here on the blog for a while, so today I wanted to take a moment to give y’all a little life update and some things to expect on the blog!

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Sevilla | Spain Adventures 3/3

I will say, Sevilla was the city I was most excited about for our Spanish trek because this is where my mom lived when she studied abroad her junior year of college. Growing up, I have heard countless stories about Mom’s time in Sevilla and the various adventures she went on from there. Before leaving the states, Mom actually sent me a google maps that had her apartment and school pinned and while we were walking through the streets of Sevilla, I was able to see her street and where I was in relation to her house and school.

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Madrid | Spain Adventures 2/3

After two full days in Barcelona (read more here) , my friends, chaperones, teachers, and I loaded up on a bus and drove about seven hours to Madrid. By driving, we were able to see some really neat parts of Spain! I am not kidding, old castles and beautiful stone buildings that date back to hundreds of years ago, lined the main highway. Mind blowing.

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