With the end of the semester rapidly approaching (seriously…my last college finals EVER are next week), I’m surprised I found the time to start and finish the entire first season of Jessica Jones on Netflix. Actually…I’m not surprised. I tackled Gilmore Girls around finals season last year and still passed my classes so….can I put this on my resume? Anyway, I was originally a little skeptical about Jessica Jones. I’m a huge Marvel fan; The Avengers is one of my top favorite movies, I love Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Iron Man is my favorite superhero. However, I wasn’t as intrigued with Netflix’s first original MarvelRead More →

I was truthfully a little hesitant to watch Jane the Virgin…the title kind of turned me off. However, I didn’t know anything about plot, characters…well, anything honestly. All I can say is I’m so glad I gave this series a chance a couple weeks ago, because it quickly became one of my new favorite shows. As I mentioned before, I went into watching this show with no knowledge on anything, except that the main character is a virgin named Jane. I thought the show would be focused around her virginity and making fun of the typical stereotypes that come from someone who prefers to remain aRead More →

It’s officially December! I’m so sorry I’ve been rather MIA…finals season is upon us so having any sort of life outside of homework, class, and my job is awfully challenging. ANYWAY, in the spirit of the season, I thought I’d make a list of my top five favorite Christmas movies! Enjoy! 5. A Charlie Brown Christmas I may not have seen this movie in years, but it will always hold a special place in my heart. Nothing quite reminds me of Christmas during my childhood like Charlie Brown and his sad Christmas tree that just needed some love. 4. The Santa Clause I simply adore thisRead More →

The E-Ticket Life by Kyle Burbank I met Kyle through one of my best friends, who works with Kyle on a Disney podcast called The Disneyland Gazette. Kyle was kind enough to be the first person to officially review my own book on both the Gazette and LaughingPlace.com. While I was participating in an interview for the Gazette with Kyle, I learned more about his book The E-Ticket Life. I was definitely excited to read it myself, and jumped on the opportunity to finally meet Kyle in person at the D23 Expo and purchase a signed copy. I didn’t actually get around to reading Kyle’s book untilRead More →

Yesterday I took an impromptu trip to the mall with my friend Diana, simply because the Chipotle in the food court has carnitas and the one next to our school does not. After devouring our burrito bowls, we browsed through Forever 21, Sephora, Hot Topic, and even a puppy store (they were SO CUTE). Shockingly enough, we didn’t buy anything. The only products we walked out with were free samples of face masks from Lush. This was actually my first time trying out a Lush product. I’ve been in the store before (my best friend is completely obsessed) and seen plenty of Snapchats and photos onRead More →

At the beginning of the semester, I created a quick list of goals I wanted to complete throughout my finals months of college. Now that I’ve completed midterms and I’m officially halfway through the semester, I thought it’d be fun to go through each goal and see the progress I’ve been making (or lack of progress….sadly). Avoid procrastinating – I have yet to stay up extremely late to work on an assignment, project, or study for a test, which I’m very proud of. During midterms I had a report, slideshow, three exams, and a presentation all in a span of two days, and I stillRead More →

I’m currently experiencing my final semester in college, which can imply a few things: Classes are demanding, group projects are abundant, a social life is minimal, and you have the ever-looming question of “What am I doing after graduation?” constantly pestering you in the back of your head each day. After my Disney College Program, I thought I had my entire future planned out. I knew I needed to finish my marketing degree, gain experience in an internship, network, and then apply for Disney Professional Internships for immediately after graduation. In the meantime, I’d work in Disneyland part-time to keep my foot in the door with theRead More →

I finally created a Facebook page for this blog! It’s still a rather work in progress, but please give it a look and like if you want to stay updated on blog posts! Also, if you don’t already…here are some other social media sites you can follow me on! Twitter Instagram Pinterest Tumblr That’s about it! Since this was a rather quick and easy post…here’s a two minute video of adorable cats. Have a wonderful day everyone!Read More →

All of my friends know me as an avid Netflix and TV show binge watcher. There’s always at least one show that I’m constantly streaming or avidly waiting for a new episode week after week. However, I think I may have gotten in a little over my head…this fall’s list of shows airing each week that I’m actively following has exceeded any fall season of shows I’ve ever watched…and they’re ALL good!! Here’s a list of all the great shows I’m watching this season. (I almost have one for each day of the week. Help.) Sundays: Once Upon a Time I’ve been hooked on thisRead More →

I found this lovely tag on FreeFormHappiness.com, and just had to do it! We may not get much actual “sweater weather” during the fall in Southern California…but the idea of fall is still very much loved. Without further ado, here’s my answers for the Sweater Weather Tag! Favorite candle scent? Pumpkin, cinnamon, apples…honestly I’m not very picky with candles as long as they don’t smell like a flowery women’s perfume. Coffee, tea, or hot chocolate? Coffee. No hesitation. What’s the best fall memory you have? I don’t know if I can think of anything specific…but one event that does come to mind is the fact thatRead More →