So if I could sum up my biggest confidence killer (besides body hair) it would have to be acne. I’m not talking about the occasional, hormonal chin zit. I’m talking about the type of acne (and acne scarring-which I’ll write about in a later post) that ruins all your hopes and dreams and makes you remove the mirrors in your home. That essentially describes my experience with acne from 5th grade all the way to freshman and sophomore year of high school! I did so many things wrong to my face in order to get rid of that acne, and I actually have ice-pick scars from the whole experience. However, I can say that I rarely get a zit now. The most I’ll have is 2 or 3 pimples or some discoloration during hormonal periods of the month. Here is what I did to get to this clear skin stage:
Hello again everyone! This blog post is dedicated to more skincare routine things-because that is what I keep getting asked about by my friends and readers. Specifically, I am going to tell you exactly what I use in terms of face oils, how I use them, and what I use to apply them to my face.
I think there’s a general consensus with college students that 8am’s, pop quizzes, and boring lecturers are the worst things that can happen to us besides our massive debt amounts.
So it’s the start of the new semester, and all around the United States you can hear college kids crying in the background. Okay maybe it’s not that dramatic, but there is one thing that all college kids have in common in the U.S. We all absolutely dread buying our expensive textbooks.
I recently visited New Orleans for a trip with my business organization, Future Business Leaders of America, and I absolutely fell in love with it. The only information I had on New Orleans mainly came from textbooks in elementary school or one of my faves, the TV show “The Originals”. I ended up enjoying it so much more than I thought I would.
Since I just finished my Autumn term at University of Essex in England, and I was on exchange from Northern Arizona University with this whole study abroad experience, I thought it would only be right for me to discuss the major school system differences between the U.K. and the U.S. for those who are curious or wanting to study abroad themselves.