The new school year is fast approaching which means it’s time to buy a new agenda! I’m going to show you some of my favorite agendas that help me stay organized and have a little bit of fun along the way! This post contains affiliate […]
This July I’ve really just focused on listening to a few songs while driving around. Not planning it, but I always found myself listening to these particular songs while driving around doing errands or going down PCH. Here is my July playlist!
As you can see, this month I was listening to music that was more towards the Country genre. Miranda Lambert, Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban, Sam Hunt, and the Zac Brown Band are some of my favorites. I went a little old school listening to 80s glam rock with George Michael (he’s the only Glam Rocker that I listen to. 80s Rock all the way). Still staying with the Brits with an alternative band called The 1975. Going back to my 1D days with Niall Horan’s new single, Slow Hands. And last but not least, have some Ed Sheeran music from his newest album Divide.
The best way to listen to these songs (in my opinion) is to roll your windows down and have the volume a little higher than the normal “windows all rolled up” volume. It’s still respecting those in the cars next to you, but you can really get into the music. These songs are fun and energizing and I think that’s why I’ve been loving these 11 songs that I’ve listed.
Until next time,
Last Friday I went to Honor Coffee on Lido Island, Newport Beach, California.
It’s very quaint and beautifully bright white with detailed molding. There is a rustic wood table community table in the middle of the shop and a few two-seater tables in front of the large window that has a great view of the other unique businesses. In the back on the shop, there is also a private room but as of yet there are no tables. This shop has only been open for a few months but I think it’s made a big splash! The barista that was there at the time was so nice and very patient with my friend and me while we were trying to decide on what to get. There was also no one in line so we didn’t feel the need to rush.
I was the one who walked away from a friendship. I didn’t leave to be cruel or mean; I left because I love myself and this was a toxic friendship.
It’s been a few months, so I have decided to look back on the situation with a different perspective on our friendship to really find out what the flags were, how I missed them, and how I will remember them for future friendships.