Saturday, October 25, 2014

Get Your Moves On with Just Dance 2015

What do you call an amazingly fun video game that also helps you get your moves on and work up a sweat? Just Dance 2015, of course! 

I was so impressed with Just Dance 2015's music selection. They had great songs that had just been released a month or two ago! It was so fun to jam out to our favorite tunes and work up a sweat. We even had to open the door to let in some cool air (and usually we are cold in our apartment, haha!)

Go Justin! uhh huhh.

Just Dance 2015 is the perfect game to get your friends and family up and moving! Just Dance 2015 has a fresh tracklist of more than 40 of the hottest hits and throwback tunes-- so there is something for everyone! Justin chose to dance to Rixton's "Me and My Broken Heart" while I loved jamming out to "Problem" by Ariana Grande ft. Iggy Azalea. 


This game is so fun, yet it keeps you moving! I love that it is "exercise in disguise"-- it makes burning calories so much fun ;) I was really surprised at how much they songs had us moving! Another fact about the game I was impressed with is that depending on what number player you were on the game, your moves could be completely different than another player's game. Justin and I had some similar dance moves on certain songs, but once in a while we'd be doing different things, much made it fun to watch each other.

To bring awareness to National Bullying Prevention Month, Just Dance 2015 and Stomp Out Bullying have partnered to show people everywhere that "it's okay to dance to your own beat"! New songs and wacky choreography in this game encourage kids and teens to let loose and be themselves.


Want to get into the groove and have a hip hoppin' good time with friends and family? Be sure to get your copy of Just Dance 2015 on Amazon and get your moves on! 
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I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.

Friday, October 24, 2014

Card Again

For the past two years, I've had my go-to "interview outfit". It consists of: a white blouse + my black pencil skirt. I feel like it's classy and you can't go wrong with a simple outfit like this! On this particular day that I had an interview, I wore this outfit. Then I got home, and didn't feel like changing. But it was cold.... So I threw on this cardigan. And I LOVED the look! I wouldn't wear this cardigan to an interview, but hey I still love the blush/black/white/SEQUIN combination of the outfit. This cardigan is J. Crew, and it was only $15! Why was it so inexpensive? Because I thrifted it from TWICE, an online thrifting hub! It is seriously like a treasure hunt every time I look a their page. they sell brand names for a fraction of the cost, and I love that! I normally don't shop at J. Crew a ton, but when a cute cardigan that has sequins was only fifteen bucks... Well, then I'm okay with it ;) But be warned, you snooze you lose. There were a few other cute items I saw, but when I tried to add it to my cart... Boom, snagged by someone else! Go on your own treasure hunt on Twice

Also, fun story with this skirt. I got it many moons ago (aka four or five years ago) at TJ Maxx. The zipper was broken, so I convinced the sales clerk to give me a discount. I'm pretty sure I got it for about seven bucks. I fixed up the zipper, and I have now worn this skirt MANY many many times! While I'm at it, this cute blouse is one I got in Japan two years ago, and it was less than $10. I love thrifty outfits!


thrifted via Twice || blouse: Japan || skirt: TJ Maxx, old || heels: LuLu's


THANK YOU for reading on this lovely Friday! Have an amaaaazing weekend! xO
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Thursday, October 23, 2014

Life & Bloopers & Stuff

Justin is busy with school, we are totally settled in our apartment, and hey! We've even made some friends. But life has been in a little funk lately. Maybe it has to do with the fact that my best friend is having her baby ANY DAY NOW, and I can't be there. Or that my sister in law is having her baby next month, and I'm super bummed we won't get to see them until Christmas. Or maybe it's that I miss being close to our families-- my sister is a freshman at BYU, and I'm sad I don't get to be there for that, and my youngest brother is now an only child and I don't get to hang out with him. Or maybe it's that I have received a countless number of rejection letters, emails, and phone calls to jobs I thought I would get. Maybe it's the rainy season that has started here in Eugene? Or maybe it's that I blog day after day, and wonder if people really like what I'm posting? Do I matter? Do people even read my posts? haha.

Anyways, I'm hoping that within the next couple weeks, my unemployment situation will get better with a couple leads I may have. Keep me in your thoughts ;) And since this was more of a sad post, I'm sharing some more outfit post bloopers with you to lighten the mood! Sheesh, I am such a dork, lol! I love looking at these and remembering that not every shot will turn out the way I want. And I hope you guys can have a Thursday morning chuckle as well : ) 
 Okay, these next two aren't 'bloopers' because I made them happen, but check out that air! waaaoww!
My feet! What are they doing?!
obviously this particular photoshoot was a struggle for me. I blame it on the wind!
I think this is my favorite. Now you guys know what I look like when I'm on the pot.
Not sure what the story behind this scary face is...
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