Super bowl Monday?!

If you wanted the Philadelphia Eagles to win the Super Bowl, raise your hand.

Now that I got everyone’s attention – hi guys! Welcome to Monday!

This entire weekend was crazy busy, and it took up until today for it all to finally hit me. Saturday I had a bridal shower brunch, followed by an afternoon with family, followed by a dinner date with my boyfriend, followed by going out with my family and some friends. Sunday was filled with a coffee date with my brother’s girlfriend, the Super Bowl and watching a long-awaited episode of This Is Us. For someone who isn’t too emotional, I feel like I rode the biggest emotional rollercoaster of my life those two days, especially yesterday, being at an extreme high after Tom Brady’s loss, followed by an extreme low watching This Is Us. Add to this the copious amounts of Super Bowl snacks I ate, and the fact I didn’t get to bed until almost 1:00 in the morning, and wake up for work around 5:45/6:00; I am exhausted! I hate being busy on the weekends, but sometimes, it’s just what has to be done!

In regards to bridal showers and weddings, as I get older, I am really starting to appreciate and understand the significance of such events. It’s crazy to me to think that every single person that you love and appreciate will all be together under one roof at the exact same time. Now, I know what you’re thinking – *duh, isn’t that obvious?* – but really, it’s insane. Especially in regards to my family, we are dispersed all over the freakin’ country – whether its Arizona, Massachusetts, Florida, or North Carolina, you name the state, we’re probably there! So having my cousin’s bridal shower Saturday was an exciting prelude to her wedding in May, because it’s another excuse to see everyone again, all under the same roof!

Now, onto Sunday.

First and foremost, I want to acknowledge the fact that Super Bowl food is the best food. I swear anything you make on Super Bowl Sunday tastes different than it would if you made the same dish any other day of the year. Having all of my favorite foods in front of me in one shot – I might have been in my own personal heaven. However, it’s days like yesterday when I don’t have the greatest self control when it comes to unhealthy foods. Now, I don’t always eat the best, but it’s also not everyday what I eat chili and pizza and queso and dessert in one sitting. All I can say is that I am extremely thankful for baggy, boyfriend cut jeans because if I wore anything else to work today, it probably would not have fit or been extremely uncomfortable.

Secondly, if you watch This Is Us, chat with me in the comments about last night’s show. I don’t want to reveal any spoilers for the sake of eyes that haven’t watched the episode yet, but I am extremely overwhelmed and [shockingly] pleased with the way the “big episode” turned out. I laughed, I almost cried, I screamed in shock, I screamed in fear, and I finished the episode with a huge smile on my face. Did anyone else think this episode was done perfectly? I’d love to know what you think. Also, I love the fact that we are spoiled with having another episode tomorrow! Two in one week doesn’t even seem fair, but I’ll take it.

With that being said, how was everyone’s weekend? xoxo.

Day 3 | NYC

New Years Eve.

When we made the initial plan to come to New York City, we all immediately agreed that going to Times Square on New Years Eve would totally not be a part of our game plan. With that being said, we made reservations at Bobby Flay’s Bar Americain for around 5:30 in the evening, so the morning leading up to dinner was pretty relaxed.

After two 9-hour+ days in the city, we decided to take this day to sleep in a bit and start our day off at a slower pace. Instead of heading into the city immediately in the morning and spending the entire day, we decided to spend the morning and afternoon in Long Island, and venture into the city later in the day. We booked seats on the Long Island Railroad to Penn Station so that we wouldn’t have to worry about the drive in or parking, and headed over to the Roosevelt Field Mall for lunch and to do some shopping. This was one of the nicer malls I have ever been in. The array of stores was quite impressive and the food court was nicer than more restaurants can even say for themselves. There is nothing much more to say about the morning, as talking about shopping can get quite boring and repetitive after a while. Around 1:30ish we headed back to the hotel to change, drive over to the railroad station and catch the train into the city. Upon entering Penn Station, we transferred to our destination via subway so we could use up the remaining balance on our MetroPass.

If there is one thing that needs to be highlighted the most during this post, it without a doubt is the stellar job done by the New York Police Department throughout the entirety of this weekend. It is no surprise that the world we live in right now is insane and that you really can’t take anything for granted. With New Years Eve celebrations being a major celebration in Manhattan, to some, it would seem as if this would be a major tipoff or target. However, I have never felt as secure in any city, not even my own, as I did throughout this entire trip. From having vehicle checks [for large trucks, etc.] before entering tunnels into the city, to the presence of [armed] police on every major corner or subway station, it was incredible. The standout, though, was the security on the night of New Years Eve.

Bobby Flay’s Bar Americain is on W 52nd in Manhattan, not too far away from Times Square; it’s about a half a mile. Our reservation was at 5:30 which is not too close to midnight, and the process to get to our restaurant was something like out of a movie set. Each and every block surrounding Times Square had police checkpoints filled with [what seemed like] hundreds of cops; was barricaded by garbage trucks, dump trucks, and plows; and had lines and lines of people waiting to pass through. To get through to our restaurant, we had to first prove with a printout that we, indeed, had reservations at a restaurant down the street, because once you went in, you weren’t allowed out without this piece of paper. We then had to go through 3 security checkpoints and get a police escort to our restaurant. While, at the time, it seemed like a hassle, it was reassuring knowing that the top priority was to keep the endless amounts of people safe.

For dinner, I enjoyed fresh penne pasta – a perfect blend of eggplant, piquillo pesto, and ricotta – with a glass of chardonnay. For someone who is decently picky with eating pasta out at a restaurant [thanks to being Italian], I was left wanting more. It was absolutely delicious. As mentioned before, on day one of the trip, my family loves to eat and loves exploring the menu so, a couple sides and a couple desserts later, we were full, yet extremely satisfied. The service was exceptional, the time spent with family was priceless, and the Buffalo Bills sealing their first playoff appearance in 17 years mid-dinner? Can’t go wrong! [Boy, did we get a lot of stares constantly refreshing our phones waiting for the scores in those last few minutes].

After dinner, we headed back to Long Island, again via subway to Penn Station [and a pit stop checking out Madison Square Garden] and then Long Island Railroad, and watched the ball drop from the warmth and comfort of our hotel room. Half because we wanted to get out of the madness of the city, half because we wanted to stay warm for as long as we possibly could before our adventure the following day.

Stay tuned for day four, coming soon. xoxo.

Day 1 | NYC

DISCLAIMER: If you don’t like New York City or, quite frankly, don’t care to hear about my most recent trip, the next few days of reading definitely won’t be for you!

I, for one, love New York City. I have always dreamt of living there and am still not totally opposed to the idea at some point in my lifetime [enter heaps of money. .  now]. So, it was no surprise that I was extremely excited to board a plane at 4:25am on the 29th of December. We landed in the city that never sleeps just past 6:00 in the morning. Once we landed, we did the typical “I just landed at the airport” things. Because it was not even 6:30 in the morning by the time we were done, and we obviously couldn’t check into our hotel, we headed right into the city.

The first thing we did was visit the tree at Rockefeller Center. My brother had never seen the tree in person before, so it didn’t come as much of a surprise that this would be one of the first things we would do. If you have never had the opportunity to see the tree in person, I highly suggest that you do. TV and pictures really do not do this thing justice. You don’t realize quite how big it actually is until you are standing underneath it looking as if you are the size of an ant.

The tree is ever so conveniently located across the street from where the Today Show was filmed and, because it was a Friday morning, filming was in progress. If you know me, you know how much I am in love with the Today Show. I am self-proclaimed obsessed and I am totally okay with that. I watch every single morning, and actually look forward to the days that I don’t have to work so that I can watch the show in its entirety, up until its’ final hour. Being right at the front of the barricade, a short distance away from Dylan Dreyer and Carson Daly was a dream come true. And if you’re wondering, I absolutely fangirled.

Because it was pretty cold outside, we then went into the basement of Rockefeller Center, also known as The Concourse at Rockefeller Center. If you haven’t been, it is filled with little shops and restaurants, basically all of which we do not have at home [minus Starbucks]. After grabbing a bite to eat for breakfast and watching people pile onto the iconic ice rink, we decided plan out the remainder of the day. Because it was just shy of 9:30am, planning out the remainder of our day was the best thing we could have done, as there were so many hours left ahead of us.

Our next venture of the day was going atop the Top of the Rock observatory. Personally, I enjoy Top of the Rock so much more than the Empire State Building observatory, as the lines are much shorter, the view is better, there is more room on the observation deck once you reach the top, and tickets are substantially cheaper. My mom had never been up before, so she was pretty excited over the fact that you can actually see the Empire State Building as opposed to actually being on it. It was extremely windy and decently cold, but the view made it all totally worth it.

After this venture, we took the subway to Katz’s Delicatessen for some lunch. Upon emerging from the subway, we found the line outside of the building, almost halfway down the block. Although it was cold, we stuck it out and waited for our turn [although we were inside much faster than we anticipated]. Going out to eat with my family, you must know that there will always be too much food that is being ordered. While I would have been completely content with my matzo ball soup and half of a salami sandwich, when all was said and done, I had also consumed some of a chocolate egg cream and part of a piece of cheesecake [it must be known, though, that this was the best piece of cheesecake I have ever eaten]. So, we left full, and totally satisfied. We then headed back to Manhattan for some shopping, and then headed back toward our hotel to finally check in.

We stayed in a hotel on Long Island, outside of the city, due to convenience to the airport and Citi Field. Another perk was the fact that it was exceptionally cheaper than staying directly in the city due to it being New Years Eve weekend. After a much needed nap, thanks to having to be at the airport at 3:00 in the morning, we headed to Target to pick up a few things [yes, I went to Target, even while on vacation], and over to the Majestic Diner for dinner. After being still somewhat full from lunch, apple pancakes and a cup of coffee is exactly what I needed.

We capped the night playing a game of Uno and turning in early, getting refreshed for the next day ahead.

Stay tuned for day two adventures tomorrow. xoxo.

‘Tis the season for Christmas parties! | Holiday 2017

Today is my last day of work until January 2nd aka hello Christmas break!

Between pajama day with the kiddos, a holiday party at school with my team, and an ugly sweater party tonight with friends, kicking off Christmas break could not get any more Christmas-y, and I could not be any more full of copious amounts of sugar.

When packing up all of my gifts and goodies today to bring into work for my team and my kiddos, I realized just how much my mom and I have been baking this year. This could be thanks to a lack of hockey, as my brother is now away at college, or just an extra burst of energy, but holy cow, my bag this morning felt like it weighed 20 pounds with just treats alone.

The other day, I posted an easy, no bake recipe for you out there, like me, that are crunched on time and quite frankly don’t have the patience to bake for hours on end. Today, you’re in for another treat, because I have another no-bake recipe for you folks to whip up this weekend before Christmas is suddenly upon us. So, without further ado, here is a recipe for Christmas Buckeye Balls!

Christmas Buckeye Balls


  • 3 cups creamy peanut butter
  • 1 cup butter at room temperature
  • 7 cups powdered sugar, sifted
  • 16 ounces of chocolate chips or candy melts [any variety of your choice – I used milk chocolate]
  • 2 tablespoons vegetable shortening
  • Holiday sprinkles

*** DISCLAIMER: I doubled this recipe! So if you don’t want to make as large of an amount, simply cut it in half!


  1. Place the peanut butter, butter, and powdered sugar into a large bowl. Mix until the ingredients are incorporated, then knead with your hands until a smooth dough forms.
  2. Shape the dough into tablespoon sized balls and place on a sheet pan that’s been lined with parchment paper.
  3. Refrigerate the peanut butter balls for at least 30 minutes.
  4. Place the chocolate chips and shortening in a medium bowl. If using two types of chocolate, place 4 ounces of each chocolate with 1 tablespoon shortening into two bowls.
  5. Microwave the chocolate in 30 second intervals or until melted. Stir until smooth and thoroughly combined.
  6. Remove the buckeye balls from the fridge. Use a toothpick to pick up each ball and dip it into the melted chocolate. Quickly roll the ball in sprinkles. Repeat with each ball. Use your finger to smooth over the top of each ball to remove the mark from the toothpick.
  7. Refrigerate for 30 minutes or until set, then serve.

Christmas baking, minus the baking | Holiday 2017

Being able to freely use the oven/stove the week of Christmas is something that just does not happen. Between meal prep and baking for the holiday in addition to feeding yourself for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, the kitchen is a crazy place.

With that being said, I have become extremely familiar with no-bake dessert recipes that taste amazing and don’t get you near-killed for trying to use the oven amid the hustle and bustle.

One of these recipes is a Christmas twist on the classic “white trash” dessert. I made this last night and I can confirm to you that not only is this probably the easiest and cheapest thing you will ever make, but it took almost no time to prepare whatsoever. So, if you’re looking for something easy-peasy, stick around, because the recipe below is totally for you!

Christmas Crack [“White Trash”]


  • 10 cups of Chex cereal [I chose Rice Chex – but pick any that you desire!]
  • 4 cups of Snyder’s pretzel rods
  • 5 cups of Bugles
  • 1 bag Christmas Milk Chocolate M&M’s
  • 1 bag of peppermints, unwrapped and finely chopped
  • Christmas sprinkles
  • 24 ounce bag of white chocolate chips
  • 2 tablespoons shortening or solid coconut oil


  1. Place the Chex cereal, pretzel rods, and Bugles into a very large mixing bowl. Set aside.
  2. Place parchment paper on two large baking sheets. Set aside.
  3. Unwrap individual peppermints and place into a Ziploc bag. Break into fine pieces using a mallet or meat tenderizer.
  4. Place the white chocolate chips and shortening into a microwave safe bowl. Place in microwave for 30-second intervals and stir until smooth.
  5. Drizzle the melted chocolate over the dry mixture and immediately sprinkle the M&M’s, crushed peppermints and sprinkles on the candy [to ensure it sticks to the mixture].
  6. Mix gently with a spoon until all ingredients are coated evenly.
  7. Divide the mixture in half and spread in even layers on the baking sheets.
  8. Let the candy set. If you are in a rush, place it in the refrigerator until it sets.
  9. Break apart and serve – or place into an airtight container for later snacking!

What are some other quick and easy Christmas recipes that you can’t live without? xoxo.



Quick + easy meal prep!

I don’t know about you, but I absolutely hate packing lunches for the week. I procrastinate doing it the night before and then find myself rushing through packing a lunch the following morning. Nine times out of ten, I barely remember what even made it into my lunch bag by the time my break rolls around, and then I am highly disappointed with my choices!

Behold – an easy, tasty and filling lunch prep!

It’s no secret that 1) I hate cooking and 2) I can’t really cook, so the thought of meal prepping was always somewhat of a turn-off to me, as I didn’t want to be stuck in front of a stove or an oven stressing out over whether or not I would succeed at making a delicious lunch. Most recently, however, I have been looking into easy prep, no-cook meal preps that anyone in the world could handle making, myself included.

Not only do I like the way this lunch tastes, but I love the bright colors included in each meal – a huge turn from a drab, boring peanut butter sandwich and whatnot.

So, if you’re looking for a change and looking to eliminate rushing through making a lunch at 5:30am before work, stick around a little longer and check out the “recipe” below. I promise you’ll be a fan!

Turkey Spinach Pinwheels Meal Prep


  • 1 slice cheddar cheese
  • 2 ounces thinly sliced turkey breast
  • 1/2 cup baby spinach
  • 1 (8-inch) spinach tortilla
  • 6 baby carrots
  • 1/4 cup grapes
  • 5 cucumber slices


  • Place cheese, turkey, and spinach in center of tortilla. Bring bottom edge of the tortilla tightly over the spinach, folding in the sides. Continue rolling until the top of the tortilla is reached. Cut in sixths.
  • Place wraps, carrots, grapes, and cucumber into meal prep containers.
  • Enjoy!

Since I am a beginner, I’d love to hear from you! Do you meal prep? If so, what are some meals you swear by! xoxo.

Really, another Target haul?!

Yes, you read correct. Another Target haul.

This post is to make up for my lack-of blog post yesterday due to me finishing all of my school work late last night and into this morning for the rest of my life! What better way to celebrate the forever-end of school than waking up at 5:30am to finish up final assignments and taking yourself to Target at 8am to celebrate?! [If you think I am totally psychotic. . your answer is correct].

Truth be told, my Christmas shopping was done on Black Friday. However, I woke up this morning exhilarated by the fact that, “holy shit, it’s almost Christmas!” and was way too excited and overjoyed that it is the holidays that I couldn’t even contain myself. Honestly, as lame as it sounds, I felt like I was jumping out of my own skin and had to be a part of the Christmas shopping madness, even though I was done. This annoying over-excitement could be due to either the fact that I was up at 5:30am, or the fact that I used my free Starbucks drink on a venti Carmel Brulee latte.

Anyways, I went to Target on a mission to find things for a DIY gift [SPOILER ALERT: find this on the blog next week!!]. Naturally, I got all that I needed and then some – what is it about Target that just sucks you in and makes you think that you need stuff that doesn’t even logically belong in your life?!

If you are interested to see in what the heck I bought during this caffeinated Target blackout, scroll right on down because the remainder of this post is for you!


  • Christmas Rice Krispies
  • Starbucks Peppermint Mocha Instant Coffee
  • Almond Breeze Vanilla Almond Milk
  • Kraft Marshmallows
  • Hershey’s Kisses (Milk Chocolate/White Chocolate Hugs, White Chocolate Candy Cane, Holiday Milk Chocolate x2, Milk Chocolate Santa Hat, Holiday Dark Chocolate Mint)


  • Up & Up Makeup Remover Wipes
  • Wet ‘n Wild Lipsticks x2
  • Maybelline Fit Me Foundation
  • e.l.f. Translucent Powder


  • 12-pack Quart Size Mason Jars *on my way to the checkout, I saw the box was on sale and replaced the jars in my cart with the box for a way cheaper price*


  • Gift Tag Set
  • Stocking x2
  • Gift Bows
  • Blank Write and Tie Gift Tags


  • PaperMate Colored Marker Pens

Toys-Sporting Goods

  • My Little Pony Surprise Gift Bag
  • Disney Aurora Tsum Tsum
  • Lego Friends Building Set
  • Lego Ninjago Building Set

I was going to end this post by asking if you’ve been to Target this holiday season, but I already know the answer is yes. So, what are some things you’ve gotten?! xoxo.


Things to Share Thursdays?! | Holiday 2017


Did I struggle with the title of this blog post? Abso-freaking-lutely. Trying to be creative with a fried brain results in struggling to no end on all levels of imagination. I promise, you’ll never see this title again! But, enough of the rant and onto the post!

With the end of the semester so close to being a reality, my procrastination daydreams have been reeling toward Christmas cookies [also thanks to our newest addition.. our Christmas tree!]. Does anyone else agree that Christmas cookies taste 100% different than just regular day cookies? Sure, in some instances they might be the same recipe, but I swear they just taste so much better on Christmas.

While there are some cookies in my family that are an absolute staple, there is always room for one or two other recipes to throw in. For us, some of our staples include (and are totally not limited to): chocolate chip, peanut butter kiss, cranberry white chocolate shortbread, hello dollies, pizzelles, and sugar cookie cutouts.

So, I am asking you, what are some of your favorite cookies to share on Christmas? I’d love to broaden my horizons this holiday season! xoxo.

Sweet tooth Tuesday?!

As some of you may remember, I wrote up a blog post about some treats I found on Pinterest that I was debating making for Thanksgiving. Well, this newest blog post is to reveal which recipe I picked, lay it out for you, and let you hear about the results!

With an over-abundance of pies and cookies, I decided on making the Fall Oreo Acorn Balls. Easy enough for someone like me who has slim-to-no talent in the kitchen, cute and festive enough for the holiday, and tasty enough for anyone of any age to enjoy. So, once I narrowed my choice down, I headed on over to the supermarket, picked up my ingredients, and headed straight to the kitchen to start “baking.”

The process at times seemed extremely tedious, as my OCD wanted every “acorn” to look as identical as possible, and be covered in the same amount of chocolate and sprinkles, etc. However, the turn out was amazing! They looked adorable, tasted great, and seemed to be a huge hit!

If you’re interested in trying this recipe, today is your lucky day, because you will find the recipe below! Everything that I did differently from the original recipe is highlighted with italics text.

Fall Oreo Acorn Balls 

Yield: 30-40 balls

Total Time: 3 hours


  • 1 package of peanut butter Oreos (15.25oz), pulsed in a food processor
  • 1 package of regular cream cheese (8oz), softened
  • Nestle milk chocolate chips
  • 1 tbsp. Crisco vegetable shortening
  • Brown sprinkles
  • Pretzel sticks, broken into small pieces


  1. Allow the cream cheese to come to room temperature.
  2. Put half of the Oreos in the food processor and pulse until you have Oreo crumbs. Add the other half of the Oreos into the food processor and pulse again, until all the Oreos are fine crumbs.
  3. Once the cream cheese is soft, mix the Oreos and cream cheese together, making sure the mixture is very well blended.
  4. Use a tablespoon to measure the Oreo mixture and form it into acorn shapes. I used a bit more than 1 tbsp. for each acorn – to make an acorn, I formed the mixture into an elongated oval, pinching one end to make it slightly tapered and flattening the other.
  5. Place the acorns on a baking sheet lined with wax paper and place them in the freezer for 1 hour. I left mine overnight. 
  6. After the acorns are hard, begin to melt the Nestle chocolate chips with the Crisco in a double broiler. You will need a double broiler to keep the chocolate warm while dipping all of the acorns.
  7. Once pencil sticks are broken into small pieces, push/twist into the hardened Oreo ball. You will then be able to dip the Oreo ball into the chocolate while holding onto the pretzel stick “stem.”
  8. To dip, place 1 acorn in the saucepan with melted chocolate. Use a spoon to spoon chocolate on top of the acorn, if needed. To remove the acorn use a fork to lift it out of the chocolate. Move the acorn to another baking sheet lined with wax paper.
  9. Cover the top portion of the acorn with sprinkles.
  10. Continue this process until all of the acorns are dipped. Allow them to harden at room temperature.
  11. After they set, serve and enjoy!
  12. Store leftovers in the refrigerator.

What were some of your favorite Thanksgiving desserts? xoxo.

What’s in my bag? | Volume II

All bag carriers, unite!

I know, I know. You’re probably all thinking, *really, another bag haul.. didn’t she just do this?* The answer: a month ago, yes. But a lot changes in a month [bag included], and I figured it was time for you to see the unnecessary crap I am carrying in my bag this month! So stick around – it’s gonna be a great time!

The bag:

YALUXE Women’s Vintage Style Soft Leather Work Tote Large Shoulder Bag | I got this handbag as a gift from my honey on our anniversary. I told him I had wanted a larger bag to carry all my things in for work that looked a little more professional, but wasn’t too expensive, as it gets shoved in a locker everyday. Low and behold, this bag has become the best thing ever. It holds everything I need, it’s stylish, comfortable. It’s great. Find it here.

What’s in it:

  • Kate Spade Cameron Street Lacey wallet | A repeat from last month, but this wallet is my ride or die.
  • Vera Bradley Breakaway Lanyard | Again, a repeat from last month, but how would I get myself into work without it?!
  •  Bath and Body Works Aromatherapy Body Lotion in the scent Comfort | Hand creams are my absolute best friend when the weather gets cold and my hands get dry. I had a coupon for a free item *score* and was able to pick up this hand lotion a few weeks ago. Let me tell you, the name does not lie. The vanilla and patchouli mashup makes you feel as if you are wearing a giant sweater and getting the biggest hug. And your hands are left feeling so soft. Totally a 10/10 recommendation.
  • Kiehl’s Facial Fuel No-Shine Moisturizing Lip Balm | Shoutout to my Nana for this one, because she bought me two of these and they are my new obsession. For the last few weeks I have been battling a horrendous sinus/cold sickness, leaving my lips extra chapped due to not being able to breathe through my nose. This has been my lifesaver. Especially at night before I go to bed, it gives me that extra protection.
  • Gloves | For when the cold weather is really too much for me to handle at 8:45am when I am getting students off the bus.
  • Dayquil/Nyquil Combo Tablets | To assist with my aforementioned germiness.
  • e.l.f. Mattifying Setting Powder in the shade Translucent | A repeat from last month, this product has become my ride or die and has helped make me get some life back into my face mid-day.
  • Belvita Breakfast Biscuits | These have been my go-to when I don’t have enough time to make myself breakfast in the morning. I kid you not, literally every single flavor is so good that I never have a consistent one. But, also come in handy when I am left wishing I had an afternoon snack. A little snap of the fingers and *poof* my prayers are answered.
  •  Vaseline | To help with my super-chapped, red nose. Thanks, Kleenex.
  • A pen | For those moments I really need one.
  • Checkbook | To make me feel like I am a functioning adult.
  • Orbit gum | I should really buy stock with them.
  • Vera Bradley Soft Eyeglasses Case | To, you know, hold those things that make me able to see.
  • Asthma inhaler | For those moments that you take my breath away.
  • Keys | To be able to go into my house and lay in my bed, or go into my car and get the heck away.
  • iPhone | Duh.

What are some things you can’t leave the house with? xoxo.