Favorite Features of Viraltag

I used to be a huge fan of scheduling my social media posts through Hootsuite, but that all changed after I discovered Viraltag. Viraltag is an awesome social media scheduler that makes scheduling content convenient and easy! This is a super helpful tool for all bloggers to use; we all rely on social media in order to show off our blog posts, but we don't always have the time to post everything live. Being able to schedule social media content ahead of time has saved me a lot of time as a blogger, and it has definitely helped me even more now that I'm a business owner!

If you want to schedule the same image multiple times across the same account and/or multiple accounts, Viraltag has a bulk editor feature that seriously makes my life so much easier. All you have to do is upload the image, click "clone post," and then you can write whatever you want! I usually share the same image across all of my social media accounts, so I use this feature all the time. In the bottom left-hand corner of the post, there is an option called "evergreen." Evergreen is amazing. All you have to do is pick a certain time period, and then whenever you have no content scheduled or posted in that time period, one of your evergreen posts will post. This is a great way to make sure that you're always active on social media, and it's really helpful when it comes to sharing blog posts from your archives!

Viraltag also allows you to see all of your scheduled posts in a clear manner. On Hootsuite, I always felt like I had to scroll through a tiny sidebar and squint my eyes just to read the posts I had scheduled. However, on Viraltag, each scheduled post is large, clear, and easy to read. You can even choose to look at the scheduled posts for just one social media account instead of them all.

I absolutely love Viraltag's analytics feature. You can view the analytics for any of the accounts you have connected --including engagement, followers, and the best times to post. As a blogger and business owner, I'm constantly viewing my analytics section because knowing the right time to post and what kinds of posts get the most engagement is really relevant information. Instead of having to outsource your analytics, you can easily view it right on Viraltag itself -- another convenient feature!

I haven't used Hootsuite once since I've had Viraltag, and I know it will definitely stay that way. I've tried out other social media schedulers as well, but nothing compares to this one! If you're looking for a new social media scheduler to use, this one is the way to go. It'll save you a ton of time, and us bloggers can never get enough of that! Check out the free 14-day trial to see how you like it!

Do you use Viraltag? How do you schedule your social media content?

Benefits of A Planner

I've always been obsessed with planners and become so excited whenever September rolls around because that means it's time for a new planner! I love the feeling of being able to fill my planner with important dates, assignments, projects, and more. Being the type-A gal that I am, being organized has always been important to me.

I recently got the Good Day Planner from Plans+Things and I love it. It has a monthly calendar, weekly calendar, to-do list, list of goals, inspirational quotes, and more. Most planners that I've had before only have a weekly calendar and monthly calendar, so I love that this planner allows me to write in so much more. It's a great way to keep all of my ideas in one!

I love that my planner allows me to keep track of and be responsible for the birthdays of family and friends, assignment due dates, exam dates, work shifts, important meetings, goals, things to do, and more. All I can say is TGFP! (Thank God for planners ;))

What do you like to use your planner for?

Disclaimer: This post was sponsored by Plans+Things, but all opinions are 100% my own.

Summer Essentials

I'm always out and about in the summer, so there are a few items that I always make sure to keep in my bag or with me. I do tend to overpack (#SorryNotSorry), but it's also better to be safe than sorry! I can never leave my house without these essentials.

jimmyCASE // The jimmyCASE iPhone 6 Wallet Case is seriously the best thing ever to have in the summer. When you're running to the gym or to the beach and don't want to bring your whole wallet, this case is perfect for holding your money, credit cards, license, etc. It holds six cards and cash tight so that you never have to worry about losing them! I love using my case for when I'm running any quick errands.

S'well Water Bottle // It's so important to stay hydrated in the summer, and this S'well water bottle is a fashionable way to do so! It keeps cold drinks cold for up to 24 hours and keeps hot drinks hot for up to 12. This bottle is perfect for going to the gym or to the beach.

Book // I'm such a bookworm, and I never leave home without a book! I've been reading like crazy this summer, and I'm always running to the library to pick up more books. One of my new favorites is Leave Your Mark by Aliza Licht!

Snack // I always keep a power bar in my bag in case I get hungry and need a little snack. This prevents me from buying unhealthy snacks when I'm out and hungry. My favorites are s'mores and peppermint stick Luna Bars.

Chapstick // My lips get chapped easily, especially when I'm out in the sun. Because of that, I always make sure I have three tubes of Burt's Bees: one in my makeup bag, one in my schoolbag, and one in my purse. Using a chapstick that has SPF in it is even better.

Sunscreen // I burn super easily, so I've learned from past experience that I should always keep sunscreen with me. I always apply sunscreen whenever I go out in the sun, and it makes it easy to just keep a small bottle in my bag.

What are your summer essentials?

Disclaimer: This post was sponsored by jimmyCASE. All opinions are 100% my own.


I have officially been on summer break for a month, and I can't believe how fast it flew by! I have about two and a half months left of summer, but I know those will fly by, too.

I haven't blogged in a while, and to be honest, I've really missed it. With everything going on in my life, I just haven't had the time or motivation. I know that I won't be posting every day again, but I'm really going to be making an effort to post on here more often.

Here's a little blurb on what I've been up to this month!

reading // I'm in the middle of reading the Confessions of a Shopaholic series, and I'm halfway through Shopaholic & Sister. I loved the movie Confessions of a Shopaholic when I saw it in theaters like seven years ago, so I'm a little late on actually reading the series, but I can't put the books down because they're too good!

earning money // Getting out of school for the summer = basically selling my soul to my work. I pretty much doubled the amount of hours I had per week, so now I work 39-40 hours a week -- Monday-Saturday, 4:30AM - 11 AM. Waking up at 3:45 six out of seven days a week actually sucks, but the money is worth it, and working keeps me busy. Starting next week I'll be babysitting three days a week all day and working three days at my work. I'm a busy gal!

loving // I recently bought the Fitbit Charge HR a couple of weeks ago, and I am obsessed. Seriously. I love that I can see the time, the number of steps I've taken, my heart rate, the number of miles I've walked, and the number of stairs I've climbed all on the Fitbit itself. And I'm obsessed with checking my sleep tracker on the app when I wake up each morning! I've been trying really hard to stay in shape and eat healthy, and my Fitbit really helps with that.

working on // I got a virtual internship a couple of weeks out of school ended working for an amazing business coach, and I love it. I'm a social media + marketing intern for The Confused Millennial and Rachel Ritlop Coaching. Everything that I've been learning is so relevant to my dream job and the business that I've been wanting to own for pretty much the past two years. Speaking of my dream business, I've been working on a business plan for that and it's actually coming along really well. I can't wait to finish it!

What have you been up to this month?

Thank you to the fabulous Jenny of Breakfast at Lilly's for being the inspiration behind this post! XO

End of Freshman Year

It's absolutely crazy that yesterday was the last day of finals for my freshman year. The second half of this year has taught me that I actually can balance many things and still have time for myself: doing homework, working out, spending time with my boyfriend, going to work, hanging out with friends, taking care of my mom, and more.

Honestly, everything that's been going on with my mom made the past semester difficult. After all of the nights that I stayed up late worrying and all of the mental breakdowns I had, I'm really proud of myself for keeping everything on track and doing really well academically. These past couple of months have made me very thankful to not only have such supportive friends and family but professors as well -- they always made sure to check in with me, and for the few times that I needed to miss class, they were totally okay with it.

My first year of college was awesome, but I'm looking forward to spending the next four months doing whatever I want! I can't wait to read, work out, see my friends, work, spend time with my boyfriend, get my business ideas rolling, and slowly but surely get back to posting on this little blog.

Thanks for sticking along after this little hiatus! XO

Your Skin Is In

I've been pale my whole life. I used to be so jealous of every girl who tanned easily because I always thought tanned skin looked better. However, as I got older and realized just how important it is to protect your skin, I became thankful to have the skin tone that I have.

Unfortunately, melanoma is the second most common form of cancer for teens and young adults ages 15-29. However, it's preventable and 99% curable when caught in time. After realizing how common melanoma is to people my age, I was extra cautious when heading out in the sun; you'd totally find me smothering myself in sunscreen. And when every girl went in a tanning bed daily for prom season, you'd find me at a tanning salon two days before prom getting a spray tan instead.

This is where Your Skin Is In comes in. Your Skin Is In is a pledge program and contest that encourages teens and young adults to protect their skin and prevent themselves from getting melanoma. MFNE has traveled all over New England to raise awareness.

The best part about this program? You can get your whole school to pledge, and cash prizes are awarded to the highest percentage of pledgers in high schools and colleges! For all of your stereotypical broke college students, like me, this is such an easy, fun, and valuable way to earn extra cash.

Join me with this pledge!

This is a sponsored post in partnership with the Melanoma Foundation and Her Campus Media. All words and opinions are my own.

Organize for 2016

One of my favorite things to do in the beginning of a new year is organize. I hate the feeling of being unorganized, so I always do these simple tasks to make my life a little more simple.

C L E A N  O U T  Y O U R  W A L L E T
My wallet is full of receipts that I just always seem to forget to throw out. It's usually receipts from clothes I buy (oops) that I keep just in case I want to return them ... but then I forget to throw them out when I decide to keep them. Go through your wallet and throw out any old receipts and expired coupons.

S O R T  T H R O U G H  Y O U R  D E S K
I've mentioned before that I totally hoard office supplies. I have too many pens, notebooks, and paper to even count! I like to go through all of my pens and highlighters and test them to see which ones don't work anymore. I also think about which notebooks and notepads I don't really need and then give them to my mom for her to use. Having a clean, organized desk is definitely a way to make you feel motivated and ready to work!

C R E A T E  T O - D O  L I S T S
I have gotten into the habit of creating weekly to-do lists, which is probably my favorite way to organize. It's such a great way to see which tasks need to be completed each week. I seriously would be so lost without this notebook; it practically has my life in it!

I N V E S T  I N  A  P L A N N E R
My Lilly Pulitzer agenda is a lifesaver. I use it to keep track of assignment due dates, plans with friends, shifts at work, appointments, and so much more. I have to admit that I do use my to-do list notebook more than my planner, but my planner still helps out a tremendous amount.

Looking to get organized? These items can help you!

How do you organize for 2016?

How To Kill It In Spring Semester

I feel as if I'm the only person who isn't looking forward to going back to school -- I wish break could last longer, but today is my last day. However, this month-long break has left me feeling super refreshed + ready to kill it this semester with these tips + tricks.

+ wake up early
Although sleeping in is really nice and 8 AMs are always dreaded, wake up early even when you don't have an early class. I've found that waking up early has actually motivated me to get more work done; if I spend more time sleeping or laying in bed, I find it that much harder to actually get myself to do things.

+ make a new to-do list each morning
I make a weekly to-do list outlining assignments I need to do and exams I need to study for. However, I started to also make daily to-do lists near the end of fall semester. Having a daily to-do list allows you to see just how much you need to get done in one day. Crossing off completed tasks brings a huge feeling of relief, and you'll be able to gauge your time when you know what you need to do. This Kate Spade notebook is perfect for jotting down your tasks!

+ utilize free time
Whenever you have free time, use it to do schoolwork. This could involve studying flash cards, taking notes, reading an article, and more. Although 30 minutes in between classes may not seem like a significant amount of time, you would be surprised by how many flash cards you could study in that time. Using a spare 15 or 30 minutes here or there definitely adds up in the long run. And doing homework in your free time during the week could potentially leave you extra time on weekends to go out or relax.

+ plan ahead
One thing that worked really well for me during fall semester was planning ahead. As I mentioned before, I made weekly to-do lists. However, I would have to-do lists for the next three or four weeks at a time. This would allow me to get an idea of when I would have really busy weeks, and then I used those to-do lists to get ahead on work so that I wasn't slammed all at once. Lilly Pulitzer agendas are perfect for planning ahead!

+ find your study habits
Did you develop study habits that worked really well for you last semester? Carry those over into spring semester. Did your study habits not work out too well for you last semester? Search through Pinterest for efficient study tips. Find whatever works best for you and stick with it; this will guarantee you academic success.

How do you plan on making this next semester successful?

Favorite Blogging Resources

After planning out my blogging goals for 2016, I have become obsessed with finding helpful resources to keep the blogging motivation flowing. I plan on printing out my favorite ones to keep in a folder because I prefer to have physical copies of everything, but for now, I've selected some to share with all of you!

Feeling inspired to blog as well? Jot down your ideas + posts in these notebooks + planners!

Winter Beauty Necessities

Even though I know I should be taking excellent care of my skin year-round, I probably take the best care of it in the winter (oops!). My skin gets dry easily, so I always focus on making sure I use the best products to keep it smooth and refreshed.

+ Foot scrub for dry, cracked feet.
+ Face masks for dry skin.
+ Body lotion for dry skin when walking outside.
+ Chapstick for cracked lips.
+ Water for keeping skin nourished.

What do you use to take care of your skin in the winter?

Life Update (Continued)

For those of you who saw last Sunday's post and my tweets, you'll know that my beautiful mom has recently been diagnosed with brain cancer. She had her surgery on Monday morning, and we were so thrilled with the outcome. My mom was in the operating room for about ten hours, but the majority of the tumor was successfully removed! The rest will be taken care of with chemo and radiation, which will start within the next couple of weeks.

I would just like to thank you all for your prayers + support. All of the tweets, comments, and messages seriously meant so much to me; it was definitely a good reminder of why I love to blog! I mentioned in my last post that I may be taking a blogging break. I have decided that I may not be taking a break necessarily, but I don't think I will have seven posts go up each week like I was hoping to. Posts will go up randomly until I feel as if it's okay to get back into a normal blogging schedule.

I hope you've all had a great week! XO

Life Update

I'll be the first to admit that I'm not too personal on the blog. There are some things that I feel are relevant to share, and there are some that I feel don't need to be shared. But I feel this is important to share with all of you.

Unfortunately, my mom hasn't been feeling well for the past couple of weeks. We all thought it was fatigue because she was completely wiped out; she was picking up extra shifts at the hospital she works at, planning two Christmas parties, and endless Christmas shopping. The only problems she had were her fatigue and speech -- she knew what she wanted to say, but it always came out as something completely different. This got worse on New Year's Day. We had her do nothing but relax the next three days, but nothing changed. She went to the doctors on Tuesday, and she was told it was a neurological problem and that she would need to get an MRI. She got the MRI, and it was discovered that my mom has a brain tumor. My mom has been in a hospital in Boston since Wednesday night, and she will be having surgery tomorrow morning. Chemo and radiation will be happening in the next couple of weeks.

Taking all of this news in was devastating -- as it would be for anyone else. It has been extremely difficult to adjust, but things have gotten better. My older sister actually had cancer almost ten years ago when she was just 15 -- so if one Mason can beat cancer, so can another! It has definitely helped that all of our family and friends have been so loving and supporting.

It was one of my absolute goals to blog more, but I'm realizing now that it's best if I take a little blogging break for a while. My mom's health is my most important priority, and I want to help out in whatever way I can.

Many thanks to all of you for being so understanding. XO

Blogging Goals

Unfortunately, I put blogging on the back burner for my first semester of college. I was hoping to post consistently, but I totally underestimated how busy I would be with studying, working, and having a social life. Now that I have adjusted to college life, I'm determined to get a steady schedule created so I have time for everything important to me.

I shared that I would like to post consistently for 2016, I have created a list of blogging goals that I would like to accomplish by the end of the year and a survey for all of my readers to fill out about Lilly & Lemons. Here's to a year full of girl power + productivity!

U P D A T E  "A B O U T  M E"  P A G E
I updated my "about me" page before I started college, but I would like to update it again. I've seen some really creative layouts, and I would like to come up with my own. I would also like to get a new headshot for the page.

M A K E  A  N E W S L E T T E R
I've been dying to make a newsletter for my blog, but I've been struggling with what I would like the newsletter to have. I don't want it to have my daily posts because people can just go to my blog for that. If there is something you would like to see on my newsletter, feel free to let me know!

I'm happiest when I'm posting every day of the week. To be honest, it has been really hard to even post every once in a while during school. And while on break, I've definitely been uninspired and have hit writer's block. My goal is to come up with fresh post ideas and get back to posting seven days a week.

U T I L I Z E  M Y  B L O G G I N G  P L A N N E R
During the summer, I made a blogging planner that really helped me to come up with great content and jot down points that I wanted to include in each post. When I took a "blogging break," I stopped using my planner. The planner is what motivated me to keep blogging, so I want to get back to using that to keep my thoughts flowing and organized.

 L E A R N  G R A P H I C  D E S I G N  +  C O D I N G
I have always been interested in graphic design and would love to be able to learn how to do it myself! It's especially helpful that I'm a blogger, along with coding, and it would be beneficial to have when I'm a social media manager. I plan on learning through Codecademy, and I would like to purchase Photoshop and learn that through YouTube. If you know of any free helpful graphic design/coding courses, feel free to let me know!

P A R T I C I P A T E  I N  T W E E T  C H A T S  A G A I N
I participated in tons of tweet chats over the summer simply because I had a lot of free time. I loved how helpful they were because I met tons of fabulous ladies and learned a lot of beneficial things about social media and blogging. I had to stop participating in them once I got into the first semester because they all take place at night, and I was simply too tired. I'm hoping to start participating in them again so I can keep learning!

F I N D  F R E E  C O U R S E S  +  R E S O U R C E S
I'm always looking to further my knowledge about social media and blogging, and I especially love when the resources I find are free! I'm a huge fan of Helene's free webinars, but the only problem is that it's hard for me to actually watch the webinar live. I usually have to watch the replay, which is unfortunate because there is usually a tweet chat going on about the webinar while it's live. When I sign up for free webinars, I'm going to make sure to set aside time to watch them live so I can chat with other people watching it.

G E T  M O R E  S P O N S O R E D  P O S T S
I'm thankful for every opportunity I get to work with companies. I blog simply because I love it, but getting paid to blog is a plus because I could really use the extra money on the side. I'm going to keep my eyes open for any opportunity to earn some extra cash!

P O S T  I N  F A C E B O O K  G R O U P S
I'm a part of tons of blogging Facebook groups that I also put to the side. I love being a part of these groups because I not only get to advertise my blog posts but also get to find other blogs. Tons of helpful information is always posted that I get to use for myself. I want to post in these groups more in order to reach a bigger audience for my blog.

I may have gone a little overboard with my goals, but I'm super excited to start working on them. I can't wait to see what 2016 will bring for Lilly & Lemons!

What are your blogging goals?

Why I Didn't Shop the #AfterPartySale

Anybody who knows me knows how much I love Lilly Pulitzer ... hence the blog name! And I can never pass up a good sale, especially when it comes to Lilly, which is why I totally took advantage of the summer #AfterPartySale.

I was instantly excited when I saw that the winter #AfterPartySale started on my birthday, but after some thought, I decided not to shop it this year. I shopped it last year and honestly was not too thrilled with my purchases. I'm definitely an impulse buyer, which is what happened last year. I bought a dress, tunic, and two shirts that I absolutely loved when I saw them on the website. However, when the items came in, I didn't like how they looked on me at all ... so I didn't wear any of them. I had to sell them through Poshmark and ended up losing money.

I pretty much only wear Lilly in the summer but I'm not a huge fan of Lilly in the winter; I tend to stick to J. Crew. Their winter pieces don't seem to look too good on me, and I debated on buying some shorts and dresses for summer instead, but then realized it's too far away. I'm also hoping to save more money this year, and I knew that if I shopped the sale, my money would be gone in an instant. Oops.

I thought I would regret not shopping the sale, but honestly, I don't feel too left out! I feel much happier knowing that I'm not broke and that I have money for shopping when I go to NYC this weekend.

Did you shop the #AfterPartySale?

19 Things I Hope For 19

I can't believe I'm finally 19! An official adult. It's exciting yet scary at the same time; I'm torn between wanting to grow up and wanting to stay young forever. I'm excited for the upcoming year and have a list of goals I would like to achieve.

+ I want to continue to be genuinely happy.
+ I want to read 50 books.
+ I want to buy a major item for myself.
+ I want to continue to drink more water.
+ I want to step up my blogging game by posting consistently, finding more sponsor opportunities, and growing my social media followers.
+ I want to work out more.
+ I want to pick up more hours at work.
+ I want to learn how to use my new camera.
+ I want to learn how to use Photoshop.
+ I want to finish watching a show on Netflix.
+ I want to join a club at school.
+ I want to choose healthy meal options.
+ I want to take a course that will help with blogging or social media.
+ I want to meet up with other bloggers.
+ I want to find other helpful ways to study for my exams.
+ I want to grow my winter wardrobe.
+ I want to write more snail mail.
+ I want to keep my life organized.
+ I want to say yes to every opportunity that is given to me.

What do you hope for this upcoming year?

18 Things I Learned While 18

It's so weird to think that today is my last day being 18 when I remember my 15th birthday as if it was just yesterday. I've learned a lot of things in the past year that I thought were important enough to share. 18, thank you for being a good year to me!

o n e
Grades aren't everything. Getting all As is a rewarding feeling, but constantly stressing out and losing out on time spent with friends due to schoolwork isn't worth it.

t w o
Treasure the time you have with the people you love. College sneaks up quickly, and suddenly your best friends are no longer there to hang out whenever; spend time with them when you can. I also had to put my dog down a year ago today

t h r e e
Sometimes the unexpected choices end up being the best choices. I always said I would never go to the college I now attend just because of how close it is. Little did I know I would actually want to be close to home -- and now I love the decision I made.

f o u r
Working while in college is hard -- but worth it. I work four mornings each week and go to school. It can be super tiring, and there are definitely days where I really don't want to get out of bed for work, but it's always worth it in the end.

f i v e
Love is one of the best things to experience. I've had the same boyfriend for over four years now, and I'm grateful for every day I spend with him.

s i x
Taking care of yourself is important. To be honest, I've let my body get out of shape due to senior year being so hectic. I'm getting back on track, and choosing to be healthy feels good.

s e v e n
Change is a good thing. For a while, I debated on whether or not I should completely rebrand my blog. I finally took the jump in June and could not be more thrilled with the outcome!

e i g h t
Having a couple of really good friends is better than having a lot of okay friends. I only have a select few friends, which I always thought was a bad thing because so many people seemed to have so many friends. I'm actually so content having a few best friends that I can always rely on no matter what.

n i n e
Setting aside time for yourself is okay. In my free time, I love to read and blog. Doing things for yourself in order to relax is always a good idea.

t e n
Always be grateful. Not to be negative, but any bad thing can happen at any time in life. Always be thankful for what you have because it could be gone in the blink of an eye.

e l e v e n
Whenever you get the opportunity for something awesome, always say yes. Sometimes things only come by once, so if you're able to agree to it, do it. No time for regrets!

t w e l v e
Don't be afraid to put yourself out there. This past year, I got back into participating in tweet chats and talking with some awesome ladies. It was super eye-opening and made me motivated to grow my blog and start planning my super business. Grow your network because those contacts will come in handy at some point in life!

t h i r t e e n
Drink more water. I've gotten into the habit of cutting back on soda and drinking more water. I've noticed that I've felt more energized, and I want to keep that going.

f o u r t e e n
Don't sweat the small things. I've realized that in the bigger picture, the small things really don't matter. Don't waste energy worrying over things that will be irrelevant in a year.

f i f t e e n
Find something that interests you and pursue it. I really focused on managing social media and blogging this year because they are two things that I love. Find something that you love and focus on that because it will bring you nothing but happiness.

s i x t e e n
Life is short; buy the shoes. I've done my fair share of shopping this past year due to having more hours at work ... and I've come to the conclusion that a girl can never have too many clothes! #SorryNotSorry

s e v e n t e e n
Choosing the healthier meal instead of the tasty meal is hard but worth it. This year I really focused on my health and learned how important it is to eat healthy. Although you might really want that cheeseburger while out to dinner, you'll be thanking yourself later when you choose the salad.

e i g h t e e n
Do what makes you happy. This is probably my most important lesson. 18 has been the best year for me so far because I only did things that would make me happy -- which is one of the most important things in life.

What have you learned this year?


What's a better way to start off the new year than by creating goals? I'm thrilled to be linking up with some fabulous ladies for the #NewYearNewGirl link-up in order to share our goals and establish methods for completing them.

B L O G  M O R E
It was one of my goals to post consistently throughout my first semester of college, but unfortunately, I had to put blogging on the back burner when I realized I needed to focus on working four days a week and studying instead. Now that I'm off of school for a month, I'm really getting back into the swing of blogging. In order to stay motivated, I'm going to utilize my blogging planner and set aside time each week to write posts.

R E A D  M O R E
I was hoping to read at least two books per month, but that was put on the back burner as well. I've definitely been reading like crazy since break started, so I would like to continue that. In order to read more, I'm going to set aside time each night to read.

F I N D  M O R E  B L O G  O P P O R T U N I T I E S
I've been starting to do more sponsored posts, which is awesome. I would love to be involved in more blog opportunities and make more money on the side. To accomplish this, I will use more affiliate links and apply for influencer programs.

I N V E S T  I N  M O R E  C L O T H E S
Fact: a fashion blogger can never have enough clothes. I've been meaning to buy more clothes for the winter since I've worn a uniform the past four years, but I've had to put so much money aside for Christmas that I didn't have enough money left over for myself. I'm going to save aside money to use for shopping good sales.

What are your goals for 2016?