Hiya! My name is Kayla Taylor and welcome to my blog!! I’m currently a senior at Valdosta State University studying accounting. (Go Blazers! 🔥) I’m a southern girl who loves cacti, the color blue, and Chris Pratt. Since I graduated high school, I’ve struggled to find new hobbies that I stick with. I’ve wanted to start a blog for a while now, and even though this blog is a few years old, I’m not very active on it. However, I’m determined to change that. Since first creating this blog, I have changed and grown a lot as a person and I’ve learned a thing or two over the past few years. I’m definitely no expert when it comes to being a student, living a healthy lifestyle, or just being human in general. However, I do know a few things that I would like to share with the world and this is my platform to do just that. I want to share my life experiences through tips and tricks or just by telling a story. I know this blog is going to be a mess because my life is a mess. After all, I am just a potato living in a potato world. Later taters! 🥔✌🏼 - Kayla xx
Hi everyone! Sooooooo I may or may not have lied in my last post saying that I was ‘back’. That post may or may not have been 3 months ago so think what you will. The Fall 2018 semester started off great but ended up a little rough. I was anxiously awaiting the end. I finally finished and have been enjoying this glorious break. It’s the new year and I’ll be heading back to school in a few weeks (yay ), however, I want to reflect on 2018 some. 2018 served as a year for learning for me. Of course I went to school everyday but I also did A LOT of self-reflecting. I realized that I am so far from the person I want to be and only I can change that. I finally told myself (out loud) that I am a lazy person and procastinate but I want to try and fix that. I have many goals for 2019. Many of these are the same ones from the past few years but this year will be different. I have a plan. I realized I needed more specific goals and that’s exactly what I made. Never have I felt more confident that a year would be ‘my year’. It just feels different. Even my friends and family are feeling more confident about their changes in 2019 and this positivity is helping me keep my eye on my goals. I can’t wait to see what 2019 has to offer and of course I’ll document my journey on here (as best as I can anyway).
Well hello again. These past few weeks have been a little crazy. School went from syllabus week to first exams super fast. I have honestly been winging the past month of my life just trying to get through the next assignment that is due. Writing definitely fell to the bottom of my list but I’m back! I want to take a break from anything school related and talk about something fun and random. I thought it would be fun to show you some of the more recent photos on my phone. The photos on someone’s phone can say a lot about a person. I don’t really know what my photos say about me…but here they are…enjoy I guess!Read More »
So…the first week of the semester is officially complete. It was definitely one heck of a week. It was full of new faces, shopping (for books), and syllabuses (or syllabi…I have no idea). I’m still trying to figure out how to work around my new schedule. I’m mostly trying to figure out when to eat lunch because that is obviously the priority. I have seemed to luck out with great professors and discounted books…what more could you ask for? I’m using the techniques I discovered last semester in the beginning this go around to make my life a little less stressful. Some things I learned during the spring:Read More »
Well hello there. This is my first post on this new blog of mine. I’ve decided to jump right into the content because all the deets are in the About page. It’s already August. How?! I just took my spring finals. I am just two short days away from starting my third semester in college. It’s crazy to compare where I am now to this time last year. I was heavily stressing, reading every college tip in existence, and buying way too much stationar-. Wait, I did that again this year. It’s a serious problem.Read More »