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    The Best Creepy Podcasts

    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.

    Serial Killers Podcast

    Serial Killers

    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 Killers is 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…

    Colourpop No Filter Collection Review and Haul

    *Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. If you click on a product link, I may receive a small compensation at no additional cost to you. I only recommend products I love or use myself!

    Somehow I manage to never talk about makeup here on my blog. Which is insane since I talk about it all the time in real life and on Instagram and Twitter. One thing I’m always talking about is my love for Colourpop and their liquid lipsticks.

    My mom bought me my first liquid lipstick from Colourpop two Christmas’s ago, and the rest is history. I know own about 15 of them. But besides their lipstick, I had tried very few of their other products, so when they dropped the No Filter collection I knew I had to snatch it up and do a review. And of course, I couldn’t help but buy a few other things to review as well. So here we go!

    No Filter Foundation

    colourpop no filter concealer and foundation

    So fun fact about me: I can’t stand regular foundation. I’ve been wearing almost exclusively BB or CC cream for about six years now. I’ve tried out other foundations like Milk’s Liquid Blur and Lancome’s but I just always find them to be too cakey no matter what I do and super drying.

    But y’all, Colourpop’s No Filter foundation isn’t cakey and really doesn’t affect my dry skin much at all! I was so surprised but hey I won’t complain!

    The formula is very runny, which is a little strange and annoying since I squirt it on the back of my hand to dip my beauty blender into. But other than that I really don’t have any complaints.

    It was super easy to get a color match from the website, too. You can filter the shades by what skin tone you are and undertone. I think the undertone thing is the most important thing since I can’t tell by myself what undertones a foundation shade would be good for. I got the shade Light 50, which is a little bit too orange for me right now, but that’s because I haven’t been to the beach yet this summer.

    Rating: 4/5 stars Read more…

    Modern Map Art Star Map Review

    *The links in this post are affiliate links. If you click on a product link, I may receive a small compensation at no additional cost to you. I only recommend products I love or use myself!

    I move into my very first apartment in less than two months. Which is amazing considering this time last year I would never have guessed I would be moving into an apartment, but I figured out later in the year. Why do I bring that up? Because apartment means even more space for me to decorate than just a corner in a little dorm room!

    I’m super excited to channel my inner Drew Scott (Property Bros for the win) and decorate it, but what makes it even more exciting is I already got my first new piece of wall decor thanks to Modern Map Art!

    Modern Map Art specializes in those city map prints you’ve been seeing all over Insta, but they also have a ton of other amazing maps, too. Like this star map poster!

    modern map art star map

    I got the 16×20 size because I plan to put it in a frame when I get settled into my apartment in August and I thought any size larger than that would make to be too expensive of a frame. But if you do get the 18×24 or 24×36 you could totally just keep it on the wall sans frame since those are more so “normal” poster sizes. Read more…

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