Fall Reads

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I’ve read a few too many books this summer about road trips and and very predictable romantic relationships. Here are some books that for the most part branch off of those plots.

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Delirium- A dystopian novel about a world were love is viewed as a disease.
Avalon High- A modern take on the King Arthur legend. A nice mix of fantasy with a modern setting.
An Abundance of Katherines- A trip to a small town with an unexpected romance.
The Awakening- A supernatural story about a teenaged girl who can raise the dead. I’m not normally into books like that but it’s perfect for Halloween!

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Summer So Far Favourties

 Here are some of my favourite things so far this summer!

New Vanity Decor


Here are some photos from my new vanity table set up. My vanity table is from IKEA!




I used these frames from IKEA to frame some 3D things like antique keys and guitar picks.


I literally store all my stuff in mason jars!


I didn’t feel like rambling on about furniture but I hope you still enjoyed.

Photography Friday: Sunsets

  Featuring beautiful sunsets from my trip to my friends cottage.




New Desk Deocr


My new room’s theme was white, creme, wood, and gold. Obviously I don’t have money to buy a bunch of new stuff so I tried to add simple accents to my white desk like magazine pages, depth frames, and things I’d spray painted gold.


My desk and chair are from IKEA like everything else in my room.


Isn’t this hedgehog so cute! It’s from a set, from, guess where, IKEA! To add some more gold I hung up this gold card from a set I bought at Target.


To add some wood items I used these deep frames. Adding this cactus and key (which is actually a key belt buckle).


 I’m happy with how it turned out. If you’re wondering how I made the gold mason jar check out my post here.

Have a nice day :)

iPhone Wallpapers: Plants


Here are some iPhone wallpapers that I made from scratch featuring some cute plants. I made them using the dimensions for the iPhone 4/4s but they could also work for most phones (apologies to land-line and flip phone users) Hope you enjoy!


Photography Friday: Food!

Featuring photos from a lunch out with my family.