Friday, April 6, 2018

Friday Fours

Happy Friday! After this week's absolutely crazy weather changes (68 degrees one day, 25 and snowing the next), I'm excited to hopefully have a warmer weekend ahead. I have a bunch of projects I need to check off my to-do list and look forward to sleeping in and spending time with my friends. 


Last weekend was weird because all of my friends in my sorority except 3 went home for Easter, so as you can imagine, the house was super quiet! It was pretty nice having the house to ourselves. On Easter, my friend Leslie and I went to the cutest church and then out for brunch after. 


How amazing is this bruschetta bar?! I wish I could eat like this every day. I've been trying to be more conscious of what foods I'm putting in my body on a daily basis and have to say, I feel so much better when I'm eating cleaner (shocker, right?!).

Since the weather's been so back and forth, I've been wearing my joggers a fair amount! I used to never wear them out of the house, but they're just too comfy to not wear to class sometimes. I think they look so cute with a casual look like a white tee and jean jacket. 

It's insane to think that I have just about a month left before I move home for the summer. While I am sooo ready to be done with classes, I'm not ready to live far away from my best friends! I can't wait to live the last few weeks to the fullest. 

Have a great weekend!


  1. The weather in NC has been just as crazy. I am also sad that school is coming to an end and I won't get to see my best friends every day!


  2. That bruschetta bar looks amazing! The weather has been crazy down here in the South with snow then 80 degrees now freezing temps expected tomorrow. Have a great weekend.

  3. I totally feel ya on the ever-changing weather haha- waiting for the day spring decides to stick around!


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