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What I’ve Been Loving: May Favorites

May 30, 2017

I know that every favorites post probably starts up this way but I really can’t believe that it’s already May! The month of May was an especially big milestone because I completed my first year of teaching. If you didn’t know, I graduated college with a degree in elementary education and just wrapped up teaching

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Bye-Bye Blogger, Hello WordPress

March 15, 2017

When I first started Meanwhile With, I had told myself that it was going to be the blog that I put time into. I posted twice a week right off the bat, was posting on Instagram, and even joined several Facebook groups for like-minded bloggers to grow a readership that would enjoy what I had

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February Faves

February 26, 2017
It’s honestly so hard to believe that February is coming into a close and soon we’ll be rolling into March. I felt like I just rang in the
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Getting Literary

February 22, 2017

Books have always been something that I’ve loved and even at a young age, I completely devoured books. As I grew older, my tastes changed just as they do for music and fashion, but just like those, I have a collection of staples when it comes to literature. When friends ask for recommendations, you

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tech

Must Have Insta Apps

February 16, 2017
Instagram is by far my favorite social media app and in recent years, I have become totally and utterly obsessed with planning out a feed and theme that
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lifestyle

My Ink

February 08, 2017
I’ve always loved the idea of body modifications – especially tattoos – though growing up, I never thought that I would be the one to ever get them.
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24 Things I’ve Learned in 24 Years

January 29, 2017

Today on the blog I’m doing something a little bit different. Seeing as my birthday is coming up on the 31st of January and I’m turning 24, I wanted to do something a bit personal for Sunday’s blog post. That being said, 24 years is an awfully long time to, in the wise words of