As the month of March comes to a close, I wanted to review some of my favorite things that I’ve loved about this month. This list is basically the things I’ve fallen in love with in the past few weeks, so I hope y’all can check these things out and feel the same!
Shameless (the US version)
I’ve binge watched all five seasons (episodes are between 45 and 50 minutes long) of this show in the past couple weeks, and I haven’t regretted it one bit. I absolutely love the characters and how the show deals with serious issues while finding a way to keep things light. The finale of the show’s fifth season is next Sunday, but don’t rush watching it all in a week if you’ve got stuff to do!
I’ve used this stuff every single day this month. It never clumps, and my eyelashes have never looked longer! I only have the travel-sized version because it came in my Naked On the Run set, but once this runs out, I definitely look forward to buying the real thing!
I bought this shirt as a total impulse buy because they had it for half off in a flash sale, and wow, am I glad I did! Needless to say, I love this shirt! It’s comfortable and light which is perfect for spring, and I’m so excited to wear this every chance I get.
HEB has the largest selection of apples I’ve ever seen. I really just picked these up because they were giant and looked delicious, and they have not disappointed in either of these aspects. They’re too big for my apple slicer to go totally through, and they taste amazing!
Resilient is a mental health website similar to Pinterest but for your emotional well-being. They also offer online “classes” that help in dealing with depression and anxiety.* I signed up for Resilient’s 30 Day Negativity Detox last month not knowing what to expect. I received an email every day from Resilient’s founder Katie Harp about tips and tricks and even personal anecdotes about recovery with an action step to journal about or do that day. I felt better journaling about my experiences and really thinking about how I feel instead of regurgitating it to a therapist.
*I’m gonna be serious for a second: depression and anxiety are very, very real things, and if you think you have one or both of them, try seeing your doctor, a therapist, or your college’s counseling center (yes I promise there is one). If you’re not comfortable seeing a professional or your parents, try talking to one of your best friends or someone else you trust.
So that’s all I have for y’all in these last few March days. I really look forward to April with Easter coming up (and going home) this week! Let us know what you’ve liked about these past thirty days in the comments!