Songs on repeat

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Music has been something so constant and stable in my life… I think that’s why I like it. Whatever I am going through, I know music will be there for me.

Here are a few of the songs that have been there for me through the highs and lows this past year (: 

 

Don’t Talk About It-Tove Lo

History-Olivia Holt

Its Gotta Be You-Isaiah

All Summer Long-Kid Rock

Prom Night-Chance

You&Me- Marc E. Bassy (Feat. G-Eazy)

Chasing Pavements-Adele

Seein’ Red-Dustin Lynch

Yea,babe,no way-LANY

Backbeat-Dangy

Snapback-Old Dominion

Pink skies-LANY

Up All Night-Drake

Celeste-Ezra Vine

Swish-Mike

Waking up Again-Emily Hearn

Cold in Ohio-Jamie Lawson

Haze-Amber Run

Mind Reader-Dustin Lynch

Say-John Mayer

All We Got-Chance

Song For Another Time-Old Dominion

Freakin’ Me Out- The Mowgli’s

Satellite-Sara Hartman

Home- Dan Croll

Breathe Again-Sara Bareilles

Dear Mom&Dad- Us The Duo

Sober-Selena Gomez

Both-Gucci Mane (feat Drake)

Make You Stay-The Girl and The Dreamcatcher

New Obsession- FRANKIE

Stick Talk-Future

Fix-Chris Lane

Congratulations-Post Malone

Breathe Me-Sia

Doin’ What She Likes-Blake Shelton

Something About You-Taylor Buono

That’s My Girl- Fifth Harmony

Let the Night Fall-Dragonette

Yellow-Coldplay

How I am getting my LIFE together

 

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Start going to church

Have 3 full camelbaks of water everyday

Wash hands before you eat

Swap out chips for fruits and veggies

Take a walk everyday

Read 20 minutes every night for four nights a week

Keep room clean

vacuum/dust room every week

Wake up early on the weekends

Put phone down 30 minutes before bed

Swap out coffee for tea

Pick out your outfit the night before

Spend less money on food

Start eating breakfast

Gossip less

Do one family thing every week

 

 

Why I love my Bullet journal

    Many people often ask how I stay so organized and motivated, my answer to that question, every time, is my bullet journal, AKA my life planner. For those of you that have no clue what a bullet journal is, you are truly missing out. A bullet journal is a customizable and forgiving organization system. It can serve as your to-do list, sketchbook, notebook or diary, but most likely it will be all of the above. 
   A bullet journal is good for…..
– People who have a million little to-do lists floating around
– People who like to write things down
– People who are into goal-setting and habit tracking
– People who like stationery, journaling, scrapbooking, calendars etc.
– People who really really really love planners and journals
– People who want to be more organized

    I started my bullet journal about 4 months ago when my friend Abby Kiefer and I decided we needed to get our sh*t together. All throughout my years in school, I used my school planner and calendar religiously, but I always felt I needed/wanted something more not associated with school, solely for my personal interests. I started doing my research in November, googling hundreds of different types of planners for sale. All of them seemed to have their flaws: not enough writing room, a weird color scheme, etc.. Nothing seemed to scream Hannah. That’s when I stumbled across a bullet journal and was instantly amazed with the idea.
    Before I began my journal, I went to target to find the perfect little notebook. My end decision was to go with a classic black and gold polka dot notebook with lightly lined paper inside.Then  I grabbed a bunch of beautiful pens and was out the door. I started with mapping out how I wanted to do my journal. I knew I didn’t want anything associated with school in it because that was strictly for my school planner. I knew I wanted to have my sleeping patterns, how much water I drink daily, my moods, tracking my anxiety and what I would eat in a week. My personal choice was adding fun drawings and motivational quotes in every page, it gave my journal a touch of my personality.
    The nice thing about this is that I could change it whenever I wanted. It allowed me to have freedom of what I track and if I had a particularly busy week, I’d track less. You can customize it however you want, and that’s the beauty of it. I even recently started doing months instead of weeks. For example, December was a crazy month, and I chose to do a month overview instead of every week because it was less time consuming.
    All my friends wonder how I still keep up with my bullet journal, and I sometimes wonder that too. I’m not sure if it’s OCD freak in me or If I just do it now because it’s a part of me. The easiest way for me to remember to complete/check it is to always use it right after I use my school planner. It serves as a reminder, and I strongly suggest you to find something to use as a encourager/reminder.
    I am not exaggerating when I say this life journal has changed my life. I feel more motivated, energized, and put together. I encourage all of you to start one, you will not regret it.