Wednesday, November 5, 2014

October 2014 Favorites

Taylor Swift's new album came out this month so October will defiantly qualify as top month is year. I went blonde this month which was a crazy change. I like it temporally, but I will probably be going brunette back soon.

Also, this month I got to enjoy all of the fall things Michigan has to offer. I went to my first cider mill and drank my body weight in apple cider. I went to all the MSU tailgates, and I even got to run the MSU vs UofM game day ball from Ann Arbor to East Lansing. Here is what got me through the month:

Crest White Strips// twice a year I use these things. They work wonders. All you need is one box and you are good to go for 6 months.

Suave Dry Shampoo With Keratin// I jumped on the dry shampoo bandwagon. People have been raving about dry shampoo and I never understood it until now. I have a class right after workouts so I need to get ready at lightning speed, and this is amazing. I have oily hair so I was spectacle but I love this stuff. 

Fair Isle Sweaters// Just when you think you can not think of anything better than a sweatshirt, the Fair Isle Sweater hits. You can look put together all while staying cozy. 

Plaid Wool Cap// I am a chronic hat wearer to morning classes. How often is too often to wear a vineyard vines hat to class, you may ask? The answer is the limit does not exist. If I can wear a hat and still look fallish then thats a win.

Donut-Shop Coffee//Holy yum. This might be the replacement to ice coffee. My coffee maker broke so I have been using the Keurig maker and I had to try out some new options. This coffee is amazing. Its kind of sweet and thick. 
Bean Boots// Standard bean boots love post. I love that these are water proof. I can not help but walk through puddles when I wear these. They keep your feet warm and are cute.

Taylor Swift 1989// Oh. My. Gosh. Just when you want to hate tswift 1989 comes out. This album speaks my soul and I do not care who knows it. 


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