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I Dressed My Dog Up As A Ghost For Halloween

November 1, 2018

I dressed my dog up as a ghost for Halloween.

Just wanted to pop in and post this cute picture of Zoey! I took an old, white fitted sheet and cut some holes to make her a spooky ghost. Enjoy!

(A full length post will be up next week. Happy Halloween!)

My Favorite Vegan Recipes

April 26, 2018

Now that I’ve been vegetarian since the beginning of the year and aiming to be vegan by the end of the year, I’ve been trying out a ton of different vegan recipes. There are so many yummy recipes that I’ve tried that I’m just dying to share with you all! Here are my four favorite vegan recipes at the moment!

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My Achievable Goals for 2018: Spring Update

April 4, 2018

My Goals for 2018: Spring Update

It’s been three months since I wrote my goals for 2018, and it’s been an amazing three months! My original plan was to update you all every month, but I think that would have been overkill. Instead I’ll be bringing you three more updates for the year: summer update (July), fall update (October) and end-of-year update (December.) Below you’ll see each of my original goals and how I’ve been implementing them so far. Did I fail? Did I succeed? Or did my goals evolve with my tastes? Read my Goals for 2018: Spring Update down below!

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My Achievable Goals for 2018

December 29, 2017

My Goals for 2018

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It’s almost 2018 which means it’s time for every writer’s year-end post complaining about how hard 2017 was or how they can’t wait to be out of this dumpster fire of a year. And while I can totally agree, one of my goals for 2017 was to remain more positive, and that’s how I’m going to look at 2018. I want this upcoming year to be filled with positivity, self-reflection and growth. My goals aren’t hard to achieve and aren’t some vague goal posts. Here are my goals for 2018!

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May VNYL Subscription Review: #SPRINGiton

July 7, 2017

 

May VNYL Subscription Review: #SPRINGiton

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After getting into vinyl records, I had thirst for collecting vinyl. I was visiting the Newbury Comics near me almost every weekend for a new record. It got so bad I was visiting my local store almost three times a week. I created a Discogs account and started buying records off of there. I wanted every album I ever loved on record.

Then I found VNYL, a subscription service that used your Spotify, Last.FM and other accounts to hand-pick and deliver you three records a month. Honestly, I thought this was too good to be true at first. Would I actually get records that I love, or will I get records that sort of sound like what I would want but I don’t really like? Read my VNYL subscription review down below (with bonus YouTube video!)

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The Dumb Reason Why I Started Collecting Vinyl Records

May 16, 2017

The Dumb Reason Why I Started Collecting Vinyl Records | The Rebel Planner

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For a really long time I was one of those annoying people that couldn’t understand why vinyl was making a come back. It seemed like at every garage sale we had my dad was trying to sell off his records. No one ever wanted them year after year. I would go into record shops and see bin upon bin of albums no one wanted anymore. Collections that probably took years and hundreds of dollars to build up were dumped at shops for $20. It didn’t make any sense to me.

But then curiosity got the best of me. Why was vinyl making a come back? I started doing some light research into vinyl records. What players are out there? How much do they cost? What equipment do I need? After an exhausting 15 minutes of research, I decided vinyl records weren’t for me. $20+ for a new record? And that’s not even for big names like Ed Sheeran or Adele whose records can reach up to $50. I couldn’t justify the high price range when I pay $4.99 a month for seemingly every song ever recorded.

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