Vogue Parody 73 Questions Tag


I was tagged for the Vogue Parody 73 Questions Challenge by Geraldine from Geraldine Talks and Jackie from a Vibrant Dreamer. This tag features 73 questions in order to get to know the person better. So, if you would like to read my answers to these questions, keep on reading this post!

Also, as a side note, this is my first post that includes GIF’s, so I hope you enjoy them!

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Trying Udemy


I was chatting with one of my customers at work the other day, and I mentioned that I was about to take classes at my local community college for computer programming. He then told me about this online site called Udemy. Udemy offers courses in computer development (and many more categories), and they were even having a sale that week. The name of the site did sound familiar (I think someone else might’ve mentioned it to me), so I decided to give it a look!

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Lessons From Avengers: Endgame


Whether you’re a superhero fan or not, you’ve probably heard that Avengers: Endgame was released last month (I probably tweeted about it too much myself, so I’m sorry if you think I’m a crazy obsessive fan now; you had to learn that at some point though, right?). I watched the movie opening night and was inspired to gather my thoughts into a blog post. I wanted to include a few of the lessons that I noticed throughout the movie (like my lessons from Captain Marvel post), but since this was such an epic film, I also wanted to include my favorite moments as well.

SPOILER WARNING: This post contains MAJOR spoilers for Avengers: Endgame, so only read this post if you have already watched the movie/don’t care about spoilers.

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Lemur Adventures


If you’ve been keeping up with my blog/life, you might remember me mentioning that I’ve been volunteering at a local fossil center. I mainly volunteer once a week for around three hours, so it doesn’t take up much of my time. Since the fossil division has more projects than employees, I help them out with smaller, more meticulous tasks. Like cutting out foam, housing fossils, and taking pictures for 3D modeling. It might not sound like the funnest way to spend my free time, but I personally find it interesting! Plus, it helps out the lemur center and any researchers who want to use the fossils.

Last weekend, the lemur center even offered tours for volunteers. Naturally, I said yes and immediately signed up for a time slot. Who wouldn’t want to spend their afternoon hanging out and taking pictures of lemurs?!

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Avengers End Game: Ulta Collection


At the beginning of April, I was pleasantly surprised to find a superhero-themed subject line from Ulta in my inbox. I guess End Game is popular enough for even beauty stores to release their own superhero-themed products (I believe Sephora did one as well that’s only available in another country?). Anyways, being the nerd I am, I knew I had to go out and pick up a few items, especially since there was a buy two, get two free sale going on at Ulta.

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