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DIY Shushie

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Hey everyone! Today is Monday and I will be showing you how to make an awesome summer drink! This is a super simple recipe to make and it tastes great! I have already made this twice this summer. That's how good it is! These drinks are great for hot days when you need to cool down. So lets get started!!
Step 1: Gather your supplies: A blender, ice, lemons, a cutting board, a knife, and sugar.
Step 2: Squeeze the juice out of two lemons into a small bowl. Then mix in two (or three depending on how sweet you would like your slushie) Tablespoons of sugar into the lemon. 
Step 3: Blend your ice in the blender.(I used about 7 or 8 cubes of ice). You might need to add a bit of water to help blend the ice smoothly. After your ice has turned to slush you can add your lemon/sugar mixture in. Mix that up and pour into a glass.
And your done!! This makes about one serving of lemon slushie. It is kind of a lot so I would suggest sharing. 

I hope you guys enjoyed today's post! If you do make th…

DIY DONUT CD

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Hey everyone! It's Monday!! And I'm so sorry I haven't posted in 2 weeks but I really needed a break from blogging since I have been so busy with moving. But for today's post I wanted to diy an old clear CD and make it a cut diy donut for decoration! I really like how it turned out and I would definitely make this again. Let me know in the comments if you have any suggestions for any future posts and I'll try to make it happen. So let's get started!
Step 1: To start you are going to need to gather your supplies. You will need, a clear CD, a sheet of colored paper (your choice,I went with pink), markers,scissors, and glue.
Step 2: Start by tracing the size of your CD onto your paper. Then using your scissors cut out your perfect circle with a small whole in the middle.
Step 3: Using your markers make sprinkles on your circle. Make sure to not make to many or it will cover up your whole donut.
Step 4: You are going to need a tissue for this part to spread the glue…

Travel Tips

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Hey everyone! It's Monday and it is almost summer. And a lot of people are getting ready to travel for the summer and so am I. So I thought that I would share some EASY traveling tips with you so that you're prepared for any trip you take. All of these tips are super helpful and I use almost all of them! If you like posts like this please let me know in the comments so I can make more posts like this. So lets get started!
Tip 1: When packing a suitcase most people just fold their clothes and throw them in. But a better way is to roll your clothes and put them in. This will leave you with more space and less wrinkles in your clothes. 

Tip 2: Another tip to saving space in your suitcase(or backpack) is to pack all of your pairs of socks in your shoes. So you can fit about 3 pairs in a large shoe, so that is 6 pairs of socks in a pair of shoes! That is a crazy amount of space you'll be saving!
Tip 3: When packing shampoo,conditioner or lotion, sometimes it leaks out of the lid a…

What's In My Sports Bag

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Hey guys! It's Monday and for today's post I am going to be showing you what is in my sports bag. I did a post on What's In My Bag last year so go check that out after you finish this post! I take my sports bag with me to soccer practice every week so most of the things in my bag are soccer related. Lets hop into it!!
#1: So lets start off with what bag I use as my sports bag. I use this Nike backpack to hold all of my stuff. 

#2: My cleats. I keep my cleats for soccer in my bag. 
#3: My long socks and my shin-guard's.(I forgot to put my shin-guards in this picture)
#4: I don't actually keep this in my bag since it is kind of big but I do carry it with me whenever I bring my sports bag so I thought I would include my Water bottle. I also like having cold water in my bottle.
#5: My emergency bag. I keep a small bag of things that I might need and if I'm out then I can always keep them with me.
#6: My Adidas Deodorant spray. I always like to keep this with me just in c…

Easy Study Tips

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Hey guys! It's Monday! And it is getting so close to summer and everyone is taking exams and tests to finish the school year. So I thought that I would share some tips on studying that I have found helpful whenever I am studying for a test or exam. Lets get into it!


Tip 1: Use highlighters to highlight your definitions to help you study. You can also color coordinate each color. 
Tip 2: Label your folders. To keep your notes organized label your folders so that it will be easier to get to your notes. 
Tip 3: Sticky notes! I love sticky notes because they are great reminders when you have a test coming up and you need to get ready for it. So you will never be unprepared when a test comes up.
Tip 4: I know this one is pretty basic but using flash cards can help you study and help you learn faster. So this one is a must! :)
Tip 5: Listening to music when your studying can help you concentrate and help block out other sounds. If you get easily distracted then I would suggest listening to c…

DIY Mothers Day Card

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Hey everyone! Today is a bonus post because I wanted to get this up before Monday. Since Mothers Day is on Sunday I thought that I would post a DIY so that you can make it in time for Sunday. But I still will be posting on Monday so look out for that too! :) I also made a Mothers Day DIY last year which I will leave the link to at the end of this post. So lets get started!


Step 1: Gather your supplies: 3 different colors of paper, a colorful design (or use the front of an old card like I did), glue, and scissors.
Step 2: Fold your first piece of paper in half. DO NOT CUT IT.
Step 3: Cut out two triangles with your scissors. Make sure to use two different colors of paper.
Step 4: Glue your two pieces of paper on your first paper. (See in picture)
Step 5: Glue your top piece on top. Then let it dry. Now you can write inside a note to your mom! <3

And that is the DIY!! <3 I hope you try it out! And if you make this let me know in the comments below! Also I would just like to say HAPPY MO…

DIY Donut Earphone Holder

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To start off this post I would just like to say....THIS IS MY 100th POST!! I am so happy and excited to be able to make my 100th post. Last week I forgot that my 100th post was coming up. I wanted to do something special for this post and make it super exciting. But then I decided I would go back to when I started this blog. So I went back to my roots and made a craft. But this time I didn't make this craft by myself! Two of my friends came over and helped me out. Thanks to Emma and Emmy for helping me out with my 100th post on DIY Crafts + Life Style you have made this day really special! :)

This DIY is cute and helps you organize your earphones. Earphones always get tangled and I can never find then so this DIY helps with both of those things. Let me know in the comments if your gonna try this out!! <3 Lets get started!


Step 1: Gather your supplies: A piece of cardboard, paint, a paint brush, and a X-acto knife.(you will also need two different sized container tops)

Step 2: Draw…