Numerology: What’s Your Life Path Number?

I have recently learned about life path numbers and of course had to share with my readers because I can’t believe how accurate the information is when I found out what my life path number was and the meaning behind it.

First, let’s start with how to find out what your life path number is. I will use my birthdate as an example. I was born March 12th 1993.

How to calculate:

Birth Month is in March 0+3= 3

Birthday is on the 12th: 1+2= 3

Birth year is 1993: 1+9+9+3= 22

Add all the numbers up till you come up with a one digit number:

3+3+2+2= 10

1+0= 1

My life path number is 1

You can also use the life path calculator using the link below to make sure you added up your own numbers correctly. It’s much easier too, and they provide information about your personality based on your number! Check it out.

What’s also interesting about knowing your life path number is learning about what other life path numbers you are compatible with. It seems to be VERY accurate and I beleive it can help you choose the right partner or figure out how to make your relationships better.


Tarot Card Readings: To Beleive Or Not To Beleive?

For about a year now, I have been watching tarot card readings on YouTube. I honestly don’t remember what made me search for it but I’m glad I did. It was more like an experiment at first. I’m a dreamy person but can also can be very logical, so I needed to listen for myself and see if readers were right about how I was feeling.

It’s crazy because certain readers knew exactly what I was going through at the moment and literally read my mind! I’m not going to lie, at times I feel like it’s all bullsh*t, and I shouldn’t beleive anything they say becauae it probably relates to us all, but other time’s I really do believe! Especially when I listen to other signs and not just my own, which I am a Pisces. For example, I started listening to my mom’s reading (she’s a Libra) and they would explain exactly what she’s going through. It just went on from there! I am pretty addicted now lol πŸ˜‚ My mother is into it too, and she is extremely logical, but after she listened, her eye’s almost popped out of her head!

I feel like Tarot has helped me a lot with realizing the truth about myself and the people around me. I have healed so much from being hurt in the past and learned that I can’t let that affect my thoughts and make me bitter. I think I’m a lot better at handeling certain situations and keeping an open mind about my future.


A few Tarot Card Readers I listen to on YouTube:

Tylers Tarot

Godess Counselor

Dark Dove Tarot

The Illest Illuminator

Pink Pineapple Tarot

Anyone else listen to their readings? Let me know in the comments!

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NΓ΄lei Boutique: My Favorite Outfits

I am getting into fashion more and more! I’ve been so inspired by many brands on Social Media and NΓ΄lei Boutique is one of them. Nora was so kind to let me come into the Downtown Divas Boutique in Orlando to try on some outfits from her NΓ΄lei collection and take one home with me!

Here are some outfits from her collection:

Embroidered Deep V Red Dress:

This dress made me feel powerful and beautiful!❀

Cutout Nude Bodycon Dress:

I loved how this dress felt nice and snug on my body. It made me feel very put together.πŸ‘Œ

Blush Pink Ruffle Sleep Wear:

So pretty, yet so comfy, and sexy!🌸

Comfy two piece Blush Pink Lounge Wear (The outfit I chose to take home:

I chose this outfit because I knew I would wear it more often. 😏

If you are interested in seeing more of the NΓ΄lei collection, click the link below!

Thanks for reading! πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—


My Thoughts On Fame Then VS Now

When I was a little girl, I stared at all the talented, and beautiful actors, and singers on my TV screen wishing I could be just like them. I thought that all famous people were good people and had it all. As I grow older, I learn that not everyone who is famous is a good person and may not even be happy.

Now, when I think about fame, it’s not something I dream of anymore. Being famous does not guarantee a perfect lifestyle. The number one reason I don’t care for fame is PRIVACY! There are plenty of stories online about celebrities having strangers breaking into their houses, stalking, and also threatening them! In one of Shane Dawson’s YouTube video’s, he explains how even JLo had some stranger living in her house and she didn’t even know! It can happen to anyone! I just think that everyone should stop having the obsession to become famous. It’s best to look into first, and if you’re ok with the circumstances, go ahead and pursue the career to fame! Just be cautious!

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Kate Spade: Money Doesn’t Determine Happiness? What Does?

When I heard the news about Kate Spade’s death, I couldn’t believe it. A couple day’s before, I was looking at her amazing bag designs online, and thought to myself how expensive they were, and how rich she must be.

Now I wonder why would such a successful woman commit suicide?! Could her depression really have been that bad?

There are so many people in the world dealing with major Anxiety and depression problems, I’m one of them. Sometimes I think that money would make my life better, but knowing that a very known and wealthy designer killed herself, well… I don’t know what to think anymore.

Some questions going through my mind:

What does make us happy? Is it love? What if I never find love or make enough money? Will I be depressed on and off forever? Why was Kate Spade sad? What makes people depressed?

Please comment below and tell me about situations in life that has made you feel depressed, no matter how big or small.

Thanks. πŸ–€

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5 Ways to Lift Up Your Spirit When Dealing With Rejection

Dealing with rejection is hard. We all get rejected and it feels awful. Most of the time it lowers our self esteem and then it’s difficult to put ourselves out there again, whether it be for a relationship or a job opportunity. Here are 5 Thing’s I do to make myself feel better after getting rejected.

1. Cry

When I get rejected, I feel extreme sadness and want to let it out, so I do. I often go to a quiet place and just let myself feel sad. Crying right away helps me get over the situation faster.

2. Go to the gym

I’ve been rejected many times, but that doesn’t stop me from trying to look and feel my best. Also, there are many attractive guy’s at the gym who check me out! It definitely helps me feel good about myself, especially after being rejected by someone I really like.

3. Go out with friend’s

Going out with friend’s and meeting new people is a great way to get over being rejected. I usually go out to eat and drink at a event that I know will be packed with fun people like Winedown Wednesday or Taco Tuesday!

4. Get on Bumble or any other dating site

I recently decided to go back on Bumble because I want to meet new people who will be interested in my friendship, or more. Now they have the option to find your bff, or new job if you’re not interested in dating!

5. Just remember EVERYONE gets rejected

Not just you and I get rejected, everyone on this planet does! Even though we feel hurt at that moment of getting turned down, it’s really not a big deal and we just gotta move on to the next thing. You might think that a certain opportunity with a person or job would have been the best thing that can happen to you, but there really are better opportunites out there. Don’t lose hope. Keep trying and live your fabulous life!

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My First Semester at Valencia College

I finished my first semester at Valencia College and now I’m free! Well, until I sign up for more classes and have to go back. Let me tell you how it went!

I signed up for classes at Valencia in January andwas so excited to start. My mom bought me a dark grey Adrienne Vittadini backpack, pens, notebooks, and an HP laptop so I could be fully prepared for college. I wanted the first day of school to hurry up and come. I was extremely impatient but of course the day came.

I had four classes in total which were Biology, Intermediate Algebra, English 1, and Speech. The two weeks that went by were super easy because they were preparing us gor the worse…lol but seriously. The amount of homework I had was ridiculous, especially for Biology and Algebra. I eventually got so frustrated and fed up with everything and started hating school so much! I cried so much.

I did push through, studied as much as I could, retook a test for Biology because I failed one of them but passed the ratake with a 90%! Did all of my online math homework, participated in speech class by speaking about interesting topics, and practiced on my writing skills for English. At the end of it all, I was pretty happy with my grades. I got all A’s and B’s. Hard work definitely does pay off.

What I loved most about my college experience is that I met a lot of new friend’s, and learned a lot about myself and that I’m so much smarter than I thought I was. What I hated most about my college is all the homework that was assigned, and the attitudes from some of my professors.

Now I’m thinking of if I want to go back or find a job somewhere, because I miss working. I guess we’ll see soon…

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