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February Favorites

March 1, 2017

 

Products

 

Simple Skincare Face Moisturizer: I always seem to fall back on this trusty product when the going gets tough... aka when the winter winds make your skin drier than the Sahara.

 

Maybelline Tattoo Liner: Initially I bought this for my alien Halloween costume, but this liner is too fun to not wear on a night out.

YouTube

 

Danielle Bernstein: The blogger behind the popular fashion mega name "weworewhat" recently launched her own YouTube channel, and for any fashionista, it’s an automatic subscribe.

 

Cambria Joy Vlogs: This channel is all about positivity, health, and love. Put on a video, sip on some coffee, and your morning is off to a sunny start.

Television

 

Victoria: The newest PBS Masterpiece focuses on the reign of Queen Victoria while also filling any Downton Abbey-shaped hole in your heart.

 

Sherlock: Are we seeing a PBS theme here…? But seriously, it’s insane how good the acting is on this show. I was unsure of a modern Sherlock Holmes (who wouldn’t be?), but it’s witty and action-packed while keeping the old-school vibes alive.

 

Friends: Season 5 is everything.

 

Z: The Beginning of Everything: This Amazon original tells the story of Zelda Fitzgerald’s life and marriage to author F. Scott Fitzgerald. Finally, a show focusing on the iconic couple that defined an era.

Movies

The Chorus (Les Choristes): Don’t let the subtitles scare you away; this French film about music is all you need on a rainy Sunday afternoon.

Music

 

Better Man by Little Big Town

Castle on the Hill by Ed Sheeran

I Need a Doctor by Dr. Dre feat. Eminem

Party by Chris Brown feat. Gucci Mane and Usher

Love by Lana Del Rey

Waves by Kanye West

Fashion

 

Missguided: If you’re in need of a cute, comfortable dress or stylish jacket, this is the online destination for you. (Student discount too!)

Books

 

Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us by Daniel H. Pink: This book is readable and eye-opening without being overly analytical. A great read for any soon-to-be graduate or anyone in need of a little jumpstart.

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