Cheers to the long weekend! I totally needed this, I was so ready for some time to just get well rested and get refreshed. What are you going to be doing on this extra day of free time? I know what I'll be doing, catching up on blogs, something that I'm sure you will enjoy indulging in. I've gathered this week's best content of the internet so that you don't have to do any work at all, just sit in bed and indulge on the best. 


One // 5 Lessons I Learned in 2015

In one year you can learn a lot. Rachel (Seashells + Sparkles) shares some of the lessons that she has learned during 2015 that I think everyone can learn from.

Two // The Blogosphere Pays Off More Than Ever

While some may argue that a blog isn't a job but it's actually a hobby, that is quickly changing. Bloggers are being recognized by huge companies as assets, because bloggers are digital influencers that can tap a market unlike a traditional advertisement. In this day and age, the blogsphere can now pay off more than enough to be more than just a hobby. 

Three // Five Reasons the Ditch Perfectionism

I'm a perfectionist. I like tweaking things so that they're exactly perfect, no less. Although sometimes it feels like a blessing to be a perfectionist because you strive for the best, there are reasons why perfectionism can be a curse, something to leave behind.

Four // Change Your Story to Change Your Life

If your life was a story, what would it look like? Would it be a drama, with plot twists at every turn, or a comedy, where you can laugh off your mistakes. If I was to imagine my life as a story, it would be a pretty boring story. But you have to remember that you're the author of your life story and you have the power to pick up the pen and change it. Make yourself the hero, make yourself the protagonist that succeeds.

Five // Turn What You Love into a Community You Love

Okay, maybe I'm a little biased because I wrote this post, but what can I say? I have pride in my work. I wrote this guest post on Blogger Babes about how you can turn the things you love into a community you love, despite your age. This post is a part of the Teen Influencers series and covers the idea of following your dreams, even if you're young.

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