Hello my lovelies,
Growing up in Vegas, left me thoroughly unprepared for the insane winter weather days on the east coast. Last month, I found myself caught in turbulent snow. I wanted to run inside, light a candle, snuggle up in a blanket, and watch some cheesy rom-coms (for the record that new rom-com with Rebel Wilson was hilarious). Yet, once I got over how cold and wet it was outside, I saw the beauty in the little white flakes falling in my vision. I even went out and tried and failed to make a snow angel haha.
Hello my lovelies :) This post marks the relaunch of my blog! I fell off the face of the earth last semester because college kept me busy. On the bright side, my classes helped me come back to you with a fresh perspective! One of my classes actually inspired me to write about this topic. The man who does not read...
Tea. Iced tea, green tea, peppermint tea. There is a tea to fit every person. Well, every person except the ones that don't like tea. I've always found myself to be more of a coffee person. I wake up, pour my daily cup and feel the caffeine rush through my veins, bringing my mind to life. The unhealthy cup of joe I consume may not clear my sinuses or help me get better when I am sick, but it sure does help me get through my day on barely any sleep.
Does anybody else hear a siren while driving, pray it's not a cop pulling you over, see a fire truck, and just sigh because oh my, firemen are just soooooo dreamy? Well, I mean they are, but that's not exactly the reason I've decided to write about why a firefighter would be the ideal person to get spontaneously eloped to in Vegas or to plan an extravagant ceremony for with the perfect dress and the perfect flowers and the perfect weather.
When reading the title, I'm sure many of you thought, "How is it greater? Both equal a dollar." But, I have to ask you: would you rather carry around 100 pennies or 4 quarters? Would you rather count out 100 pennies when paying for something or 4 quarters? The answer is obvious. Why carry around so many pennies when you have enough money to exchange it for coins of more value. And by now, you guys are wondering, "Ok, but who cares about money and why am I reading an entire blog post about lugging around a bunch of change?" Well, let me enlighten you: this post, in fact, is not about money. It's about... take a guess...