And a big one at that, yo girl is finally legal back in her home country! While you’re reading this I may or may not be out getting day drunk with my aunt and uncle or I may be organizing my brand new apartment that I literally moved into yesterday. All the adult things.
Since this is the last month of summer, my internship ends in two weeks, my best friend is flying in to visit, I start my senior year of college this month, and it’s my birthday month, I have one big intention for the month: live life to the fullest.
Since it’s my birthday month, and I can do whatever I want, I made this month’s mood board colors yellow and blue! A.k.a. my two favorite colors!
My intentions for August are to live life to the fullest, cherish every moment, and to stop being so hard on myself.Read more…
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Hi hello my party peeps! Today we’re talking one of my favorite accessories: neck scarves! I started wearing them last year after seeing Cristina do it, and now they’re lowkey all the rage and easy to find!
I’ve been styling neck scarves a heck of a lot lately, like even more than usual, so I thought it would be fun to type up this post! Up until recently, I always thought neck scarves were difficult to style. I would only ever wear them with scoop neck t-shirts, but soon explored and realized they look good with a lot of necklines! And were a lot more useful than just a cute touch to an outfit!
But before I get into details, can we please talk about how much I look like a Ryanair flight attendant!? Like I have the colors spot on and everything!
That’s is one thing I love about neck scarves, they transform you into a whole new character! Like the other day, I was wearing one and felt like Fred Jones from Scooby Doo, and sometimes when I wear my red one I feel like a Parisian. See? Neck scarves are fun!
So I have this huge obsession with creepy things, and this one hundred percent includes creepy podcasts. I blow through them like crazy because anything horror related is my obsession, and gets me in the mood for fall. I honestly don’t really like fall all that much, I just love the spooky vibes it brings!
Without further adieu, here’s my list of the best creepy podcasts:
The Grave Talks
The Grave Talks is hosted by Tony Brueski, a host with an amazing podcast voice. (People’s voices can really make or break a podcast for me.) The Graves Talks is a podcast that chooses a different location every week and Tony interviews a person close to that location.
Two of my favorite episodes were the ones about the USS Hornet and the Queen Mary. The people interviewed for those episodes were just super interesting and actually worked on the ships, so it was cool to get first-hand accounts. That’s one thing I love about this podcast, you get real people’s accounts of all these haunted places across America.
I honestly don’t listen to every episode. I just pick and choose the episodes that cover locations I’m interested in.
A new episode is released every Monday.
I actually haven’t listened to this podcast for quite a while, but that’s because it gave me nightmares. So this is podcast is pretty creepy. But then again, I always listened to it to fall asleep, so it giving me nightmares was more likely my fault than the actual content’s fault.
Anyway, Serial Killersis a Parcast Network podcast and hosted by Greg Polcyn, a guy with the best podcast voice ever, and Vanessa Richardson. They discuss a famed serial killer’s young life and what may have caused them to start a killing spree, and then go into how they kill and how they got caught in the end. I’ve actually learned so much about psychology from this podcast!
Most serial killers are broken up into two episodes, but there are some that only take up one episode. New episodes are released every Monday.Read more…
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