Memorial Weekend Sales

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Hi Loves!

Happy Friday! The first week of summer break is already over and it’s been such a great time! I’m planning on doing a recap next week of everything that’s been happening before my trip to Michigan! I’m in some serious need of retail therapy so I’m so excited for all the Memorial Day sales this weekend! I’ve included some of my favorite sales below!

40% off entire store online & in store
extra 20% off with code HISUMMER
extra 40% off with code BRTAKE40
extra 30% off sale items with code EXTRA30
35% off online purchase with code EVENT
50% off in store and online (no code needed!)
60% off select regular-price Summer styles & sale styles, 40% off new regular-price arrivals
Nordstrom
Up to 40% off, through 6/7
30% select styles with code: MEMORIALDAY30
50% select styles
Sam Edelman
30% off site wide, code: VIPSUMMER, through 5/30
up to 30% off select items
What are everyone’s plans for the weekend?
Happy Shopping!
Saba
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Wednesday Wants: Summer Reading

Hi loves!

Happy Wednesday! It’s crazy to me that he first week of summer is almost over. This week, I started my PR internship at Melrose PR, started and finished painting my room, and I’m finally getting back to my one true love, reading! One of my New Year’s resolutions is to read more and one of my biggest goals this summer is to read more.

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I’m currently reading The Royal We by Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan and I absolutely love it! I’m the kind of person that could just spend hours walking around Barnes & Noble looking for books to read and that’s probably what I’m going to end up doing Thursday after work! My parents and I have a couple of summer trips planned this summer (Michigan next week!), plus I’ll be spending a lot of time at the beach and visiting friends in SF/Seattle so I’m going to have lots of time for reading! Here are some of the books I’m hoping to read this summer but I’m seriously always open to suggestions so comment away!

What’s on your summer reading list?

Love,

Saba

Woahh We’re Halfway There… (To Graduation)

Hi Loves! 

To start this post off, I’m so sorry for the delayed absence and I’m so excited to finally get back to blogging! I’m so happy sophomore year is finally over and I’m so excited for everything to come this summer (internships, room remodel, weddings, and more)!

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Sophomore year has been an absolute whirlwind… from formal recruitment and taking a little in the fall, to being named Tri Delta’s Risk Management Chair in November, to the ups and downs of being a business major, to finding a summer internship, living with 6 roommates and just adulting in general. So finally… Here’s a quick recap of all that has happened this past school year!

  1. Living with 5+ girls & adulting. 13029645_1019032044816955_8055362231851206979_o

Wow just wow is a basic description of what we like to call “The Coven”. This past year, I was blessed to live in an off campus house that’s a. super close to campus b. allows me to live with my absolute best friends. While living in the Coven has been extremely challenging at times, it’s been 150% worth it & I’m so excited for all the memories to come these next 1-2 years with my best friends!

2. Risky Business + Tri Delta

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The 2015-2016 school year in Tri Delta was truly one I will never forget. In November, I was named Epsilon Nu’s risk management chair! Being risk has taught me so many things and I’m so excited for all the “risky business” to come! With sorority also comes philanthropy and our chapter is on the quest to becoming the top fundraising Tri Delta chapter in SoCal for the second year in a row!

3. The sophomore slump

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The sophomore slump was real… so painfully real. My motivation was slacking throughout the year and I definitely regret not being more motivated at the beginning of each semester. Other than the sophomore slump, my Chapman experience has truly changed for the best this year and I already can’t wait to go back to Chapman in the fall!

Comment below with your summer plans and/or how your school year went!

Love, Saba