Posted in Disneybound, Lifestyle

We Are Disney Bound!

This past Christmas, I received a $25 Disney gift card in a gift exchange. At first, I wasn’t sure what I was going to use it on. Then it hit me…. save it and start planning for a Disney trip! My mom told me about a coworker of hers saving up a bunch of gift cards, and she had enough to pay for a four-day vacation at Disney World! So I decided to collect as many cards as I can for myself and my family to spend a few days in Florida. It’s slow going, but I’m not planning on trying to head out this year.

I’m so hyped up about it though, that I’m already thinking about what I want to wear to the Magic Kingdom and Universal Studios. I mean, I would wear an actual princess gown if I could. But I looked up the dress code for the parks and was disappointed to read that anyone over the age of 14 can’t really dress up. It makes sense why; young children could confuse you for the actual Disney princess/character. But it’s also a huge security risk. Someone could sneak weapons or other things into the park by stuffing them inside the folds of a costume. So no gowns… yet…

But I recently found a way that I can walk around sporting my love for Disney. It’s called Disneybounding. It was created by Leslie Kay, and I’ll put a link to her website. The idea is to make an outfit based off a Disney character that’s easy on the wallet. So, if you wanted to be Ariel, you’d put on a purple shirt and green shorts (and maybe even a red wig). This idea stems to all Disney characters, like villains and side characters, as well. Kay does part of the work for you by picking certain articles of clothes and accessories for each character. She even links where she found the clothes so you can buy the outfit yourself! But the whole point is to give you an idea of what to look for.

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Posted in Holidays

6 Things To Do When You’re Single On Valentines Day

It’s here: Valentine’s Day. A day where chocolates and flowers are passed alongside many “I love you”s. A day that quite a few couples have made plans for 2-3 weeks in advance. That can either be exhilarating or annoying, depending on your relationship status at the time. But even if you are single on February 14th, you can still make it worthwhile!

Instead of moping around the house while eating straight out of an ice cream carton, here are some fun and/or relaxing activities to do on Valentine’s Day (or as I like to call it, Singles Awareness Day).

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Posted in Lifestyle

15 Ways To Relax After A Long Day

As I’ve said in previous posts, I have a full-time job now. I come in to work at 8:30am (technically 8am because I HATE being late) and stare at computer screens until 5pm. Answering phone calls, filling out invoices, and approving projects constantly really takes its toll on my energy levels. By the time I get home, I’m completely exhausted. But of course, there are other things I have to take care of. Cook dinner, go grocery shopping, take my brother to his trumpet lessons. The list goes on and on.

To sum up, I’ve been a big ball of stress lately. But I know that in order to keep up at work, I need to take care of myself. Everyone’s health should be top priority in my book. So I’ve come up with 15 different things like to do when I want to relax. If you’re experiencing the same thing, maybe this could help you!

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Let’s Begin!

*Ahem* Hello! Welcome! Bonjour! My name’s Victoria Steuver, but I prefer to be called Tori. I’m 20 years old at the moment, but will very soon become a full-flegded adult! Whoo Hoo! Anyway, my family consists of my mom, dad, sister, brother, and dog. We’re located in a small town in Indiana, where nothing ever happens. But I like to make my own little adventures every now and then. It’s kinda hard to do now cause I’m working a full-time job, but I still see many opportunities in the future!

As the blog name suggests, I’m a child at heart (and I like glitter). I love learning new things about the world. I try to remain as optomistic as I can during tough times. Disney movies still make me cry (Mufasa, NO!!!). So turning 21 in a couple months is a little… terrifying. That’s why I started this! I wanted to have an outlet where I can be creative and weird. A place where I can post my random Photoshop creations and/or drawings. A place where I can talk about what I liked and disliked about something freely. A place where I can just be myself.

So….. yeah. That’s why I want to start blogging. I think that’s a good enough explaintion for now. But expect many things to pop up here and there! With that, enjoy this picture of my dog! Bye!

Isn’t it nice to think that tomorrow is a new day with no mistakes in it yet? –  L.M. Montgomery