|Posted on Thu, 02 August 2018|
A hangover cannot only cause pounding headaches, nausea, and fatigue, but it can also take its toll on your physical appearance. After a heavy night of drinking alcohol, you might wake up to dark circles around your eyes, dull skin, and unwanted blemishes on your face. Thankfully, there are ways to cover a hangover, so no-one will know you spent the night partying, which is perfect if you need to go to work the next day. Here’s how to style out a hangover. Splash Cool Water onto Your Face Looking in the mirror after a night of partying can be...
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Night Routine for Your Face
How I Cured my Acne: Night-time Beauty Regimen
Tips To Keep Your Eyes Beautiful and Healthy
|Posted on Tue, 02 January 2018|
Hello Everyone! It’s been awhile since I’ve posted on here and I’m sorry it’s taken me so long…I’ll try to post on here maybe once or twice a month from now on. I’ve you’ve kept up with my antics on Twitter, you’ll know that I’m finally done with the fall semester which was honestly one Read this post
|Posted on Sun, 17 September 2017|
So, it’s been ages since I’ve had the time to do blog things and, in that time, the state of things in this country has gone from bad to worse to unthinkable. We’re still lucky in that Trump hasn’t been able to pull off half of what he or the Republicans wanted to, but we’re […]
|Posted on Wed, 05 July 2017|
If you are silent about your pain, they’ll kill you and say you enjoyed it. — Zora Neale Hurston
This semester a group of students at my school helped make a biiig change. We have created an inclusive excellence position …
|Posted on Thu, 08 June 2017|
The summer vacation is slowly approaching, and I’m counting down the days for my professors to go on vacation because that means *I* can go on vacation and spend hours watching beauty videos on YouTube with a clear conscience. (Just kidding… maybe.) Out of all the semesters I’ve had, this has without a doubt been… Read More Life as a University Student – Real Talk
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|Posted on Wed, 26 April 2017|
This is my first post of the year, in April. How is everyone doing?…
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A Full Review of Dragon Age: Inquisition
Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell Mini-Review
Ten Things I Love About Overwatch
Friday’s 10 Happy Things
|Posted on Thu, 17 November 2016|
... and it now turned into a relationship.Do you know what it feels like to have a crush? I am talking about a real one, about someone who is not a superstar or anime/fiction character. An actual person. You may or may not be able to touch them because of the distance, but you have the feeling of giving someone who's dear to you your heart.'I love you.'Whenever I said that to my crush, she either say 'I love you too', but back then, we were not a dating yet. No, it was more platonic rather than romantic. But hey– let me tell you; I started developing a romantic crush for that person. This person made my days better, whenever I talked to them. Their present was a gift and I enjoyed it very much. My heart always skipped a beat when we were being platonic everytime in a group chat. But it made my crush on this person even stronger. It was so strong I decided to confess to them. I told them how I felt, and I am honest– I am no big person of words but only saying 'I have a crush on you' would be awkward. So I told them why, I told them how, I told them how much they meant to me. Considering the fact we know each other for a month, I thought it would be too quick, I would be rushing and I didn't want to. But I didn't want to see my crush 'moving on' and being with someone else so I took the opportunity and told them how I felt.Of course they were surprised, of course they didn't expect that. Well I did't expect them to reciprocate their feelings either and here we are. It all happened today, I had a very bad morning but after confessing, I felt way better. I was nervous all day, I didn't know what to do. I was even pale in my face because I skipped my breakfast which was a big mistake but... Here we are. Here I am. I have a significant other, I am really happy.They make me smile. And as long as I do the same, it is okay.
|Posted on Sat, 24 September 2016|
Hello Lovelies,For almost three years, you've all known me here at AGOB. However, I've had many other blogs in that time, many other sites I'd run, all aimed at different audiences. All of them were a genuine part of me, but none of them were completely me. I'd have different parts of me on different sites and everyone knew a slightly different Sarah. My real life friends knew me as one Sarah online, some online friends knew me as another Sarah, and others knew me as yet another Sarah.I've decided that this isn't how I want to do this anymore. It's exhausting trying to figure out where I'll post a certain thing and where I won't post another. I want to be integral. I want to be the same person here as I would be anywhere else. I don't want people to know different versions of me.Which I why I've decided it's time to move. It's time to move from having four blogs to one. It's time to be real wherever I am. So I'm moving to a site called Meraki, the definition of which is "the soul, creativity, or love put into something; the essence of yourself that is put into your work". I want to put all of me into my work, not just parts. So what I've done is I've taken posts from different blogs and compiled a selection of them on this new blog. That'll be the blog I'll post on from now on. The only one. So if you'd like to keep in touch, and I hope you do, come over and follow me there! It's been an incredible journey with you all and I'm definitely going to miss the security and comfort of AGOB, but I know this is what I need to do. So for the last time here at least, this is Sarah signing off on A Glimpse of Blue.
|Posted on Fri, 09 September 2016|
August, oh August. I frankly don’t know how I would describe this month. It contained an equal amount of highs and lows. I found my moods swinging from being happy and feeling great one week and then rapidly sinking down the next week. It was an inevitable cycle. But I’m positive September will be better. For […]
|Posted on Thu, 07 April 2016|
tolerance “Tolerance of intolerance is cowardice.” ~ Ayaan Hirsi Ali I don’t care if your gay, muslim, or black. Nor do I care if your white, christen or straight. I do not see you identified as a label. Why should … Continued
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|Posted on Sun, 17 January 2016|
So last month we had a goodie day at work, I wanted to bring something, at first I was going to bring some traditional Calabrese Christmas goodies, scalette however my family devoured them and the night before I was forced to make something else. I really wanted to share the recipe here, I thought someone else would enjoy it, so here is a recipe for Nutella Pockets! NOTE: This recipe makes about 40 cookies, you may get more or less depending on the size you make them. Ingredients 1 cup unsalted butter, softened plus 2 more tablespoons, melted. 1 cup granulated sugar plus 14 cup for sprinkling 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour Nutella (1 1/2 cups or less, this depends on the size you make them). OPTIONAL: 1 package (8 ounces) cream cheese, softened. You could also try mascarpone. Instructions In a large mixing bowl, cream together the 1 cup of butter, (the optional cream cheese), and 1 cup sugar until smooth, light, and fluffy. Add the vanilla extract and mix until well combined. Gradually add the flour to the creamed mixture and mix well. Divide the dough into two portions; cover and refrigerate until the dough is firm […]
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