Friends, Family, and Fangirls. Today we’re here to commemorate my pride in an online fitness regimen that came to me in the form of a digital book. The book tells you everything about how to live your life for 28 days; recipes, exercises, and positive reinforcements. Plus there’s an entire online community keeping up on instagram and twitter. It’s a bit wild, but I’m loving it so far.
Fangirls, I’m not all that great at this app, but I love it.
Fangirls, I friggin’ love challenging myself. Monthly challenges are not going to stop with #nopantsnovember. This month, I challenge you (and myself) to work on one project a day. Post your pictures and projects on instagram with the tag “diydecember” and I’ll check them out!
You know what’s better than a gallery of selfies? A gallery of pantsless selfies, of course! This doesn’t include all of the selfies I took in my pantsless month; the rest are on my instagram and twitter. Feel free to check them out.
I was delighted to discover this app, Fangirls. I think these new type of “brain training” games are important, especially when you’re not always using your brain to it’s potential. However, you always seem to have to pay a pretty penny for them. Pricey video games & apps costing up to $10, though helpful & extensive, just seem outrageous to me. To my luck, I stumbled upon Peak. Though it offers more in depth in-app purchases, Peak gives you a few great challenges that certainly get the gears turning in your brain.
Hello, Fangirls! So, we’re going to be bringing you something new in place of Princess Talk on Tuesdays! EmilyAlthea & I are going to tell you about the apps that have got us totally addicted, and keep us glued to our phones & tablets all the time. This week, we can’t stop playing this game Dumb Ways to Die. It’s silly, fun, & gets super challenging!