Sunday, September 13, 2015

Sunday Funday: September 13, 2015


Hi there! It's been one full week at school and I'm already loving it. Okay, no. I still wish that I had an extra month (or two) of summer, but it feels nice to be back in the swing of things. It's just been a great few days so far and I'm already getting excited about so many things.
There's club fair which will probably happen in a few weeks if it follows the pattern from the past two years. I'll hopefully be able to get more people to be a part of it and I'm really excited about that. There's also how I've made myself nice schedules for everything like for when I'm working/when I'm working out (which are harmonious), SAT prep, and the magazine. Here's the fall issue if you haven't checked it out yet.

Style Diary: Orientation Day

Hi there! School is back in session and I'm actually really enjoying it so far. That might change pretty soon when lots of hard Grade 11 work gets dumped on my head, but getting back into a routine is so nice. Gosh, I just love routines.
This outfit was from last week when the freshmen came in for orientation. I'm a Link Leader at my school which just means that I'm a part of a program that helps welcome the Grade 9s to make them feel more comfortable in a completely new environment. It wasn't something that I'd planned to do, but I'm really glad I accepted it.

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Junior Year Goals


Hi there! I can't believe that it's already the second day of 11th grade. The thought absolutely blows my mind. Like, grade ELEVEN. That's insane. Anyway, there are a few things I'd like to accomplish and some habits I'd like to adopt, so since I love making lists so much, I decided to make a list of my goals. I find that having a set list and a visual of what you're aiming for really helps to achieve those goals, so I really encourage you to do the same. Here's a peek at my list if you're interested!

Monday, September 7, 2015

Back-to-School: 5 Quick Ways to Feel More Confident on your First Day

Hi there! School is so close to starting again and you can ignore it, OR you could start to prepare yourself for the new school year. I’m favouring the latter because I really want my junior year to be as amazing as I can possibly make it. You might feel a bit nervous on your first day, so here are a few tips to up your confidence so you can start the year off on a good note.