Fall 2017 Bucket List~Update!!

Hello lovelies! Happy Halloween!! Welcome back! Today I thought I’d share with you what I’ve been up to and how many things I’ve crossed off my fall bucket list. I’ve been having a great time trying to cross off each item on my list. There are 40 items on my list, and so far I’ve accomplished 14 of them!! We are 3 weeks away from Thanksgiving! I know that this week alone, I will be crossing off a few for items. I will say that when I first starting to complete things on the list, I would forget to document it. I will include the few photos that I did take.

Here are the things that I’ve already done this fall:

Bake a pie

Watch a sunset

Enjoy a foggy morning walk

Burn some new candles

Watch a new show

Try a new flavored coffee

Go window shopping

Visit a cornmaze

Go apple picking

Bake rice crispie treats

Eat corn on the cob

Visit a farm/pumpkin farm

Go on a hayride

Make caramel apples

First thing is first, I originally put down to make candy apples on my original list. Did you know that caramel apples and candy apples are completely different? I had no idea about that, so on the completed list I changed it to caramel apples.

Here are the things I still have to do during this fall season:

Have a fall photo shoot

Make a breakfast casserole

Eat candy corn

Go on a bike ride

Create a fall scrapbook

Make a caramel smoothie

Make pumpkin dip

Watch a fall movie

Go thrift shopping

Make a chili

Put together a large puzzle

Roast pumpkin seeds

Make a new Thanksgiving dish

Decorate for fall

Make apple cider

Roast marshmallows/s’mores

Go hiking/naturewalk

Have a bonfire

Make a “thankful for” list

Have a popcorn movie day

Make granola/trail mix

Make pumpkin bread

Paint/carve pumpkins

Have a picnic in the park

Rake leaves for a neighbor

Learn the history of Thanksgiving

There you have it. The things that I’ve been up to the past few weeks, and the things that I need to do soon. What are your fall traditions? Is there something that is on your must do list every year? Let me know in the comments, I’d love to hear from you. That’s all for today. Have a fantastic and safe Halloween night. I’ll see you in my next post.





Sick Day Routine

Hello lovelies! Nothing like getting sick and tooth problems to derail the momentum I had going. Today I’m sharing with you what I do when I’m home sick all day. Thankfully after some over the counter pain reliever, and a trip to the dentist, I’m feeling much better and not sleeping every chance I get.

First thing in the morning, I put on some comfy cozy slippers and headed downstairs for something warm to drink. I will usually make myself a cup of coffee, but this morning I changed it up. I stirred up a cup of a chai tea latte. I would share the recipe or direct you to where I got the recipe from, but it was a Christmas gift from a family friend.

Once my tea is stirred up, I went back to bed and turned on Netflix. I know Halloween hasn’t even happened yet, but I started watching the made for tv movies/Hallmark channel-esque, Christmas movies. I am that person, that the second Christmas music starts playing on the radio, I listen to it 24/7. Also, the second Thanksgiving is over, I’m decorating my house.

That’s it! That’s what I do on days when I’m sick. What do you do on days you’re not feeling well? If you want to see my morning or night time routine, or if you have any other suggestions, let me know! I will have a Fall Bucket List Update soon! I have been busy working on that list, it was been so much fun doing things on that list, and I’m excited to share an update with you. That’s all for now. Stay warm and have a great day!

Halloween Look

Hi all! Today I’m sharing with you the look that I created for Halloween this past weekend. I wore a flapper costume that I had purchased for a show that I was in a few years ago. So I went on YouTube to see if I can find a look that was fairly simple and quick at the same time. My inspiration behind this look was taken from Jaclyn Hill’s Old Hollywood Glam tutorial. I used what products I had on hand, and went to town hoping that I can do a good enough job.

Let’s start from the “bottom” up. Starting with Primer. After I cleansed and moisturized my face, I used the Hourglass Mineral Veil all over my face, excluding the T-zone. In my T-zone I used Benefit’s Porefessional.



Revlon Nearly Naked Foundation- 110 Ivory

Maybelline Fit Me Concealer- 15 Fair, on spots and blemishes

Rimmel Match Perfection 2-in-1 Concealer/Highlighter- 230 Fair/Light, under eyes

Nars Bronzer- Laguna

NYX Blush- Pinched



Maybelline Color Tattoo- 70 Barely Branded

From the Naked 2- Foxy(lid), Tease(crease/outer v), Blackout(bottom lash line)

From the Naked Smoky- Thirteen(lid), Combust(crease/outer v), Whiskey(crease/bottom lash line)

Kat Von D Ink Liner- Trooper

Urban Decay 24/7 Liner- Perversion(water and tight line)

Benefit They’re Real Mascara- Black

Brows- Whiskey(Naked Smoky); Maybelline Brow Drama- Deep Brown



Rimmel Lasting Finish Lip Liner- 02 Red Dynamite

Rimmel Show Off Lip Velvet- 505 Burning Lava