Simplify Your Online Presence with #LastPass

December 2, 2016

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Although most people in today’s society are obsessed with constantly checking their various social media accounts, as a blogger, freelance writer and social media manager, constantly checking social media is sort of my job (actually, it’s not “sort of” my job it literally IS my job and my livelihood depends on it!). That’s why I had a mini panic attack last month when I was temporally locked out of my Twitter account. See here’s the thing, for as long as I can remember I’ve had three different passwords that I’d use for various things. I’d use one of the passwords for my email account, one for Instagram, a combination of one with numbers added on for snapchat and so on. Ultimately, not managing my various passwords is what lead to my Twitter complication. When I first joined Twitter back in ’09, I originally signed up using an old email account. I can be super lazy when it comes to signing in to various accounts, so I always click “save/remeber password” so I’m always signed in my accounts and I don’t have to keep typing the password each time. The problem arose when I was out and about and wanted to use Twitter from my iPad. Since I wasn’t automatically signed into the Twitter app on the iPad, I was forced to sign in. I tried all three of my usual passwords and none of them seemed to work. After numerous failed attempts, Twitter said I had to change/get a new password and that the link to create a new password was being sent to my email, the email I haven’t used/check in almost four years!  Continue reading

Blind Box & Bag Roundup 39. (Disney Holiday Mystery Tsum Tsum Pins)

December 1, 2016

Disney Holiday Mystery Tsum Tsum Pins
Happy Thursday and welcome to another edition of Blind Box & Bag Roundup! Since today’s the first day of December (can you believe it’s DECEMBER already?!), I thought it would be the perfect time to open up the new Disney Holiday Mystery tsum tsum Pin Set I picked up while I was at Disneyland last month! As some of you may know, I’m a HUGE Disney pin lover/collector (I’ve been collecting since 2001) and a huge tsum tsum lover/collector (I’ve been collecting since late 2014). In fact, I’ve had quite a few people ask me about my Disney Pins collection so I definitely plan on sharing a Disney Pins collection post at some point and talking more about which kinds of Disney pins I collect, my favorite Disney pins, tips for pin trading at the Disney Parks and more pin related stuff! Although I already own quite a few Disney tsum tsum pins, I knew I HAD to add some of these adorable holiday pins to my collection (because everything is better when it’s Christmas themed!).  Continue reading

12 Months of Happiness: November 2016

November 30, 2016

fullsizerender-copyHappy Wednesday and welcome to the latest installment of my 12 Months of Happiness series! I know that I say this every month but I still can’t believe how fast 2016 is zooming by?! Seriously, I can’t believe that tomorrow is DECEMBER already and that there’s only a month left until 2017?! I for one I am so happy that December is tomorrow because I absolutely love this time of year (I love this time of year so much that I’ve had my Christmas tree and all my decorations up since November 10th!). Although I’m SUPER excited for December to arrive, I will say that this was one of the BEST November’s ever! I literally started off this month in the Bahamas (I miss it so much) and ended it at Disneyland (talk about a fun-filled month!). Here are some of the things that made November an amazing month (Don’t forget to comment down below how your November went and what things made you smile this month! I LOVE hearing from you guys about what makes you happy!):  Continue reading

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Exploring Atlantis Paradise Island Resort | Bahamas

November 25, 2016

Atlantis Paradise Island Resort
Happy Friday (aka Gilmore Girls Revival Day. Raise your hand if you’re also spending the day watching Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life. UPDATE: I just finished watching the Gilmore Girls revival and it was AMAZING! I truly loved every second of it). One of my favorite things about Thanksgiving is getting to spend time with my family and catch up with/hear about all of the wonderful things that my loved ones have been up to lately. I found myself spending a majority of yesterday sharing with my family and loved ones lots of details about the trip I took to the Bahamas earlier this month (I’m still having a “pinch me” moment about that trip!). So, I decided to share a little bit more about my trip to the Bahamas (and Carnival Cruise) here on the blog as well (you can check out my two previous cruise posts HERE). During my Carnival cruise, I got to spend two (wonderful) days in Nassau. I spent the first day really exploring and getting to know the island (I’ll share more about that in a later post) and I spent the second day exploring Atlantis Paradise Island Resort! Continue reading

Monday’s Music 28 // Disney Revival Playlist

November 21, 2016

Happy Monday and welcome to another edition of Monday’s Music! I’m so excited because today (well, tonight) I’m attending an advance screening of Disney’s Moana! Ever since I saw a special sneak peek of Moana at Disneyland last month, I’ve been counting down the days until the film is released (it just looks so good!). In fact, I’ve been listening to the soundtrack on repeat for the last few days. If you’ve been following this blog for a while then you already know how much I love Lin-Manuel Miranda (and Hamilton) and he really nailed it with this soundtrack! Speaking of Disney soundtracks, I thought today would be the perfect time to share another Disney Playlist. So far I’ve shared Disney playlists for the Disney Golden AgeDisney Pre-Renaissance, the Disney Renaissance and the underrated (and frequently forgotten) Disney Post-Renaissance. Today’s Disney Playlist is dedicated to the Disney Revival era (i.e 2009 – the present).Disney Playlist Continue reading