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Product Haul: Journal, Camera Bag, Virtual Reality Device and more

Product Haul: Journal, Camera Bag, Virtual Reality Device and more

Product hauls are one of my favorite things to do when it comes to showcasing new poducts. For this prodcut haul, I will be sharing with you guys some new items that I got from last year. Some of the items include a new jouranl, camera bag, and etc. Read More

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Grunge Style LookBook For Teens

Grunge Style LookBook For Teens

Hello eveyone! My name is Hanna I am a teen lifestyle blogger and photographer. I’m honored to write on Brooke’s Blog and I hope you all enjoy my post. As a teen girl that is heavily interested in fashion, I love everything that relates to it. Read More

7 Travel Hacks That Will Make Traveling Easier

7 Travel Hacks That Will Make Traveling Easier

Guest Post by: Sarah

Using travel hacks is a great way to make your next vacation or trip stress free. Not only will be it stress free, but it can also be less time consuming once you learn to organize things.  So I hope you all enjoy this guest post about travel hacks and definitely feel free to share or use these hacks.

Her blog: https://personalincome.org/


7 Travel Hacks For Traveling

There are a lot of things that can go wrong when you travel.   Something as simple as losing your toiletries inside your suitcase.  Or even worse, losing your passport inside your fancy pack is common amongest a lot of travellers.

For new travellers, one of the easiest things to forget carrying is a passport. To avoid that, one of the best things to do is to prepare.   Also be comfortable with the idea that you are traveling as a system. By definition, a system is a whole on its own. When you think about that, you start to realize how to organize things when traveling. Having  your neccesstaties nearby, while keeping the most important things kept in a safe place is beneficial.

Securing your personal belonings is one of the best travel hacks you should learn before travelling.  An ideal of things to  keep in a safe place is your wallet, passport, big amounts of cash, credit card, pieces of jewelry, and etc .   Also if you are around or in a group full of people it is okay to carry things like your wallet, purse, and credit card.  Yet on the other hand when you are alone, it  is better to keep things compact.  For example: A small bag with little cash and some loose change, preferably with no cellphone and camera is ideal.

Of course, if you are comfortable traveling everywhere with your camera, please do bring it along with you, strapped to your neck or with a carrying attachment, or bag.

These are just some travel tips to help you along, but if you want a more detailed list, you can refer to our infographic below. It has everything you need to know to travel like a pro!

7 Travel Hacks You Need to Know Before You Go

 

Christmas Tag 2016 : Fun Tag To Do For The Holidays

Christmas Tag 2016 : Fun Tag To Do For The Holidays

Hey you guys and welcome back to my blog! So with Christmas being in a couple of days, I thought it would be a fun idea to do the “Christmas Tag”. I found this tag while roaming the internet and thought to myself ” This would be a great idea to do for my blog. […] Read More

Music: Up and Coming Rapper and Singer “Gonz”

Music: Up and Coming Rapper and Singer “Gonz”

An up and coming rapper and singer, Gonz have always had a passion for music. A native of Philadelphia, the local rapper and singer had his first live performance back in 2009 at the Silo in Reading, Pa. From that point on, Gonz continued to having work with major acts such as DMX, Nas, Fat Joe, Fabolous, The Burgeoning, Meek Mills and etc Read More

Food Hacks In Under Ten Minutes

Food Hacks In Under Ten Minutes

Hey you guys and welcome back to my blog!  So for this post I wanted to share with you guys some quick and easy food hacks that I enjoy to make.  Food hacks are a great way to whip up a quick meal or snack fast.  They are not only simple, but in less than 10 minutes you can have yourself some delicious food.  Feel free to use these tips and tricks to put a spin on some of your favorite dishes!


  1.) Adding Fiber

Adding a sprinkle or pinch of chia seeds is great way to add fiber into any meal. Whether its a smoothie, oatmeal, yogurt, salad, a bowl of cereal, or even your pancake mix you won’t even be able to tell the difference.

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2.) Grilled Cheese Bags

Want a easier way to cook a grilled cheese sandwich in the toaster oven without having to deal with the mess?.  If so, then you should definitely get your hands on these non-stick reusable grilled cheese bags.  Not only can they be used multiple times, but they are also dishwasher safe too. You can find these bags on amazon.com, at Walmart, or any other store that sells kitchen supplies. 

 

3.) Fluffy Scrambled Eggs

A great way to add some fluffiness to your eggs is to add a splash or two of milk into your egg mixture.

Once you try this, your scrambled eggs will never be the same again!

 

4.) Taco On the Go

Get a  bag of  “Fritos” corn chips and open them open.  Once opened, take a bowl and pour the chips into it.  

After pouring the chips in the bowl, you then put the bag to the side. Next, you want to have all of the ingredients that you would normally put in a taco separated in bowls. For example: Your seasoned beef, beans, salsa, sour cream, cheese, lettuce, avocado, or whatever else you would like to use.   Next you grab a spoon, and start dipping out your ingredients into the empty “Fritos” bag. Once you have all your ingredients in their, you close the bag at the top and shake it up for a minute.  

After shaking, you then take a spoon or a fork and dig in!  Optional: Take some of the chips that you had set off to the side and either crumble them in the bag on leave the chips whole.  That way you will have a crunchy topping!