Friday, May 9, 2014

Friday Faves

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I cannot explain to you how overjoyed I am that it is Friday. I have one more exam at 5:30 and then I am officially done with my second year of college. It doesn't feel real that I'm halfway done with university, but there's a whole 'nother post coming on that later. For now, here are the things that I've been absolutely loving to get me through these past few weeks. 

One Tree Hill
There is gaping hole missing from my life now that I've finally finished this series. I used to watch a bit my junior and senior year, but never watched the last season because I was too busy and missed too many to get into a routine. Watching from the beginning was so much better and I totally fell in love with all of the characters and their stories. One Tree Hill now rivals Gossip Girl for my favorite TV series and I will probably watch it all over again this summer. I will def be making my husband watch it so we can be just like Nathan and Haley…I recommend this show to everyone…obviously. 

Mac Corduroy as eyeliner 
I go through phases where I absolutely hate eyeliner, pencil and otherwise, and this is one of them. I recently bought a really good marker-like liquid eyeliner but I just cannot get my eyes to look even and/or how I want them to look consistently, so I had given up. I've now started using Mac Corduroy with an eyebrow brush just above my top lashline and I'm obsessed. It is the perfect brown to thicken the look of my lashes but it is smudged out enough to not need to be perfect and to still look effortlessly natural. 

Fancy - Iggy Azelea
I really hated on this song. A lot. And then I listened to one of Amy's playlists and the obsession started. I now listen to it before each of my finals as my "pump up" song and it is little by little working it's way into my everyday playlists. It's not anything special music or lyric wise, but it is addicting. 

Morrissey  
If you know me, you know that I'm obsessed with The Smiths. Morrissey's voice is just so amazingly different and I love both the music and the lyrics. Recently, I started listening to Morrissey's solo albums and while some of them are a total miss for me (it's just not the same), Every Day is Like Sunday, Irish blood, English Heart, Satellite of Love, Suedehead, and That's how People Grow Up are on constant repeat. Irish Blood, English Heart's lyrics are just awesome. 

Look Up
Just watch it. The message is so incredibly true and even though we all know it, we choose not to acknowledge it. So my goal during the summer is to consistently to "look up." Hopefully, by the time I'm in England, it'll be a habit and I'll have the best time I can have! 


That's all for this week! Have a great weekend!

What have you been loving this week? 
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