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Raid My Closet: Seven Fall 2018 Favorites

My personal favorite season—Fall—is here and I’m so ready for the crunchy leaves, warm fires, and hot chocolate. Another favorite part? The color scheme. Muted colors and earthy-tones are my go-to when it comes to… practically anything. I also live for the chunky sweaters and patterns, as you’ll see below.

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How I Prepare for Back to School

I’ll say this now, and I’ll (probably) say it again later. Fall is my favorite season. One of the reasons I’m obsessed with this colorful time of the year is because the beginning of fall also brings the beginning of school. And, call me a nerd, but I love school. Though I probably spend a little *too* much time prepping for classes, I like to be prepared in every way possible. I tend to do these 4 things before classes start.

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15 Must-Pack Items for Any Trip

There’s nothing worse than getting to your destination (California? Europe? Australia?) and realizing you forgot something. Before leaving for the airport or loading up the car, make sure you have all of these items.

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6 TV Shows to Start Binge-Watching

I won’t lie. I’m an avid binge-watcher. I’ve spent too many hours cozied up in bed with a cup of coffee seeing the “Are you still watching?” question appear on my screen. And even though it feels like I’ve watched every show possible, I haven’t… But, who needs fresh air when there’s so many great shows waiting to be watched? I mean, honestly.

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My Third Time Seeing Ke$ha Live

I’d like to say that I’m a bit of a concert connoisseur. I’ve been to countless concerts. I’ve seen One Direction, 5 Seconds of Summer, MAX, Us the Duo, Pentatonix, Miley Cyrus, Ke$ha (twice!)… the list goes on and on. Because there’s never enough concerts in Minnesota, my sister and I decided to make our way down to the Windy City to see Ke$ha (yes, my third time!) and Macklemore (who I was ecstatic to see!).

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A Northern Escape to Rhinelander

I’ve been traveling to the quaint town of Rhinelander, WI for as long as I can remember. It’s a family tradition to make the four-hour trip up north every Fourth of July, and it’s practically my second home. I know all of the small town shops, cafes and where to get the best coffee (that’s not Starbucks!). 

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