I ordered the Zebra Mildliners in Mid-February from Japan under the influence of the hundreds of other Bullet Journalers and other Studyblr pages using them. I don’t regret the purchase one bit.
As I write to you from the belly of the beast, I’d like to apologize to those of you who have enjoyed the consistency with which I’d written on this site in the past. As some of you may have noticed, this site has moved from whenever inspiration strikes to Bella XO.
I will not delete my old posts because that would be like deleting my past, and we all know that we can’t change the past.
Today’s prompt is: What do I wish for the most? This is a selfish question in my opinion. At first glance, you will think of items you’ve been longing for. But because that’s not what I’m usually focused on, it is something I’d actually have to think about. When I read this question, it tells me to dig deeper and unveil my personal goals.
For my first magical genie wish, I wish that something in my life would be constant. Friends don’t stay; Boys don’t stay; My happiness never stays. I simply want a friend who will be there for me when I need them, someone who I really feel like I can trust. Some might say that the best people are standing right in front of me but because I’m too busy looking for something else, I take them for granted. Well sorry life, but there aren’t that many people in front of me. Continue reading “Wishing on a Star // Writing Prompt: Entry 5”
Tortilla Wraps and Rolls are a very inexpensive option for breakfast, lunch, or a snack. You can go out and buy them in a few stores, but it is much cheaper to make them yourself. They can be eaten for dessert or as a meal. In this post, I will show you how to make Tortilla Wraps & Rolls. At the end of this post, I will give you ideas for 10 different wraps you can make at home with simple ingredients.
You can make these hot or cold, depending on your preferences. 300°F, once the temperature reaches there taken them out, the edges should be golden or lighter. If you want a crunchy roll heat it to 350°F and leave in for 5 minutes or until edges are dark.
This is the tortilla bread I used:
Going back to school or getting back into your groove at work can be a very exciting time of year, but also a potentially difficult transitional period. Wearing clothes you look and feel good in can make a big impact on how well you handle the changes that come your way. Here are a bunch of outfits you can wear no matter what your style is. Most of them are very minimalistic and plain with statement pieces. This is generally very stylish in today’s society. Wearing something cute has never been easier!
1. The Casual Cutie
This outfit is very easy to pull off. Light Wash Jeans and a Striped Shirt are essential pieces in any girl’s wardrobe. Adding colorful jewelry makes the outfit stand out in a crowd.