Flawed. & (still) worthy.
Welcome back friends! in today's post I am going to be sharing a few of my favorite things from the month of April! This post is a collaboration with one of my favorite bloggers Cayleigh from cnprepster! After you read this post be sure to go and check out Cayleigh's blog and Instagram I will link them below!
1. Tarte Rainforest of the Sea Foundation
If you have dry to normal skin like me and like a medium buildable foundation. You will love the Tarte Rainforest of the Sea foundation! It has quickly become one of my favorites.
Ok, I know what you're thinking I'm not new to Spotify ,but I recently have been really into Spotify WAY more than usual! I'm actually listening to it right now :) My username is lilyresha ,and I highly suggest Spotify just because it is kinda fun to discover new music!
3. My Sashka and Co Bracelet
Another thing I have really enjoyed this month is my Sashka and Co bracelet! First they are really cute ,and they make me feel really cool and adventurous (even though i'm not) Third they're hand crocheted by women in Nepal so they can rise above poverty through fair trade! Also you can use my code LILYR25 for 25% off your purchase!
Thank you so much for reading be sure to check out Cayleigh's blog and Instagram linked below!
Hello friends! Welcome back to Life by Lily! Today I will be sharing my thoughts on YouTuber Eva Gutowski's new book. I needed something to read over spring break so I bought the book on a whim at Target. I didn't really know what to expect ,but the book itself was really cute! As I was reading she shared some really eye-opening stories about her life. Most YouTubers when I watch their videos I just sit there and think "WOW their life is perfect!" or " I wish I could be her'". In Eva's book she really shows that her life hasn't always been perfect and still isn't. She tells about the trials she faced in her high school years and young adult life ,but ultimately shares a very positive message. She gives tip and shares advice on how to survive the problems we're bound to face as teenagers. Ultimately I really enjoyed reading this book and would definitely recommend it!