Being A Prep For A Week: 3/13/16 -- 3/19/16

Two words:  spring break.
After the whirlwind of a week I had, I really appreciate a week-long break.  Monday was Pi Day, a holiday that I absolutely delight in celebrating.  Tuesday night I had a choir performance that lasted into the later hours, and Wednesday I had a trip with my leadership group to the Alabama capital (a long trip that included touring in museums, singing in churches, and eating meals in fabulous places).  Thursday was report card day, and Friday was just busy in itself.  My plans for today are reading, writing, and relaxing: never been a better time to take in the spring air!
Prep For A Day

Now, on to some of my favorite links from the past week:
Took another trip to the bookstore and added a Selection series novel, a Jane Austen classic, and the quirky coffee table book I've been wanting since Christmas to my cart!
This look from Gal Meets Glam is one of the best spring outfits I've seen so far
Want to feel smarter?  Try one of these ten hobbies (or if you're an overachiever like me, try nine of them).
Attention, ladies and gentleman:  the macaron donut has been invented.
In case you missed it, how to boost your score on the ACT
To add to everyone's obsession with gingham, I've fallen in love with this J Crew gingham sweater...

Even if you aren't on spring break, take some time off this week to revel in nature. Spring only comes once a year, and "sometimes the most productive thing you can do is relax."

How was your week?

Love,

4 comments:

  1. I love the Selection series and macaron donuts look amazing!

    xoxo,
    Katie
    chicincarolina.blogspot.com

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    1. Don't they? I'm dying to try some!

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  2. Congrats on your ACT score! What colleges are you looking into?
    Cheers,
    Katelyn
    theyellowsppectacles.com

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    1. Thank you Katelyn! I'm looking at a wide range of colleges, but my current top five picks are the University of Florida, North Carolina State, Cornell University, Auburn University, and Mississippi State.

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