Sunday, November 30, 2014

Dear Diary,

I decided to make my post today a Little more personal. I want to share what has been on my mind this past week.
I wish I could freeze this moment forever. Where I’m at peace. Where my future and past do not matter yet. Where my future and past do not collide. I wish I could stay like this. In less than a month, I’ll say goodbye to those I love. In three months I start a new life, one that determines what I’ll do the rest of my life. I wish I could stay in this moment. The moment nothings really matter and nothing really affects me.
I want to remain in this moment. Where I’m not a child, but not an adult. Where I’m with everyone I know and love. I wish this days would last forever. Days where the sun is bright and it sets late. Days where we do not have a care, where we can stay up late and nothing matters. This are the days where we do not have to worry because we are not kids, we do not have to pick how to color our drawings, and we are not adults, we do not have to prepare for our next meeting.

I hope you can relate and understand where I’m coming from.

Friday, November 28, 2014

Black Friday Finds

Hello! Happy Black Friday! I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving and now is careful and has fun in Black Friday!
I decided to share some of the things I found online in my favorite stores! Enjoy!
Forever 21:

Urban Outfitters:



What did you find? Let me know in the comments below

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Favorite Books!

Hello! How is everyone doing? I’m really excited about this post because I’m such a big fan of books. So, I thought that doing a post base on book is defiantly the right thing to do. Here are my favorite books in no specific order:

    1.   The Maze Runner series by James Dashner

This books are simple genius! I highly recommend this to anyone. I go around to all my friends telling them to read them because they are amazing. I love love the characters and the story is simple crazy and quite interesting. So, if you like The Hunger Games and Divergent I highly recommend this one.

   2. The Hunger Games series by Suzanne Collins

This books are as amazing as the movie. I read the first one when the first movie came out and I couldn’t stop. I was so excited to see the movie last Friday and I can’t wait to see the next one next year. I actually bought Mockingjay again to re-read it because I kind of forgot about it. So, I highly recommend this one as well.

   3. The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger

This book is actually my favorite book ever. I could write so much about this book (I actually wrote a 4000 word essay on this book). I love Holden, I love the themes of the book and I love the way it is written. I seriously love this book more than anything else. I feel a strong connection with Holden Caulfield and I just love that character so so much. If you are a teenager or older, please read this book.

   4.  Paper Towns by John Green

I’m kind of in that John Green phase where everything I read by him is amazing. This book though, kind of hit me really hard I felt such a strong connection with the character. I think it was the fact that I’m also finishing High School and the way I understood the Paper towns metaphor I could really connect. I’m so excited for the movie to come out too!

  5. Veronika decides to Die by Paulo Coelho

This book is for a really mature audience but I really like it. I’m just really interested in the way metal patients were treated before and this book really gives you a glimpse of that. I have to be honest I was a little bit of scared of reading this book, but I quite enjoyed it.

6. .Looking for Alaska by John Green

Yes, another John Green book. I just love his book so much. This book really hit me when I read it last year. Is such an amazing book. I’m actually looking to buy it because I want to re-read it. Like The Catcher in the Rye is a book about growing up, so I highly recommend it to young adults out there.

7.   13 Reasons Why by Jay Asher

I can’t really say what I like about the book. I think the story was one of my favorites. I also really love how it was narrated, I thought it was different and really interesting. It is a sad book so prepare to cry if you want to read it. But it is a good one, really recommend it.

8.  Everything is perfect when you are a Liar by Kelly Oxford

This one is a little bit different than the rest because it is more comedy than drama like the rest. While reading I could not stop laughing. Kelly Oxford is hilarious and I highly recommend it you want a good laugh. It is an extremely entreating book, as well, so go for it!

I hope you enjoy it!

Monday, November 24, 2014

Outfit of the Saturday Night

Hello lovely people! I’m sooooo happy to finally get back into blogging! I've been missing this so much over the last few months and I’m glad I’m back. So I finally finish high school which is why I have more free time and I’m excited to work on the blog more and show you all my college experience.

So, last Saturday I was about to stay home and do nothing when a friend called. We decided to go to a bar and just hang out with a few friends. Anyways, I pulled this outfit in ten minutes and really enjoyed it. I thought it look casual yet formal for a relaxing night at a casual bar. I hope you enjoy it.

 White graphic crop top- Desiderata Argentina
Black skater skirt- Bershka
Black Platform Shoes-  Yo Amo Los Zapatos Argentina
Black Purse- H&M 


Saturday, November 22, 2014

I'm back!

HELLOOOOOOO!!!! I can offically say I'M BACK! I'm back to blogging tomorrow! Preparing a post for tomorrow! I'm sorry for the lack of updating school has been killing. Now that I'm finally done, I will be updating more often I promise!
So I'll talk to you tomorrow!