Today is a special day for me. A day to say hello to year 25 and all that comes with it.
Taking a trip was definitely happening for my 24th birthday, but narrowing down where exactly I wanted to go was the hard part. I wanted to go somewhere I had never been before, but not a destination that would break my entry-level job bank account.
Of course ladies it's the holidays and you want to put your best face forward for the new year! To help you along the way, I reached out to a fellow MUA to give you a few quick tips to get you ready just in the knick of time!
Valisha Wigfall is a makeup artist from the MUA gawds! She has been featured in different magazines and loves the artistry behind making women feel beautiful both inside and out. Here are a few tips and tricks from her that you can try as we near closer to the holidays and a brand new year.
"To succeed, jump as quickly at opportunities as you do at conclusions." - Benjamin Franklin
"Some people develop a wishbone where their back bone should be."
“By working faithfully eight hours a day you may eventually get to be boss and work twelve hours a day.” - Robert Frost
For a while, finding a job has been at the top of my priority list. I’ve managed to snag a few, but I am still on the search for that real 9 to 5 that includes benefits and paid time off. This leads me to my topic… Truly, I am afraid of falling into the monotonous work day where all I do is go to work, eat, sleep, potty, shower, and repeat for 7 days a week with an occasional movie or basic leisure activity in between (no shade to those who enjoy these activities).
According to Skift, a marketing and news platform, more than 40 percent of U.S. Americans did not take a single day off of their 10 allotted days in 2014.
Just a few weeks ago I received my B.A. degree in Mass Communication with a minor in Spanish. I was excited to say the least. The days of homework, worrying about classes, and late night calorie consumption were no more! However, now there are a few things that I've realized since then...
1. Figuring out wants vs. needs is necessary
I am currently in a dilemma where I just want to upgrade a lot of my devices. I feel like I should treat myself for all of my handwork. On the other hand, I figure it would be smart to start saving my money for a rainy day, you know when I am a real adult and rent is due. #Priorities
Tab is my nickname. The phrase "the gift of gab" somewhat describes me. The Gift of Tab Blog is a web log about miscellaneous personal topics such as life post graduation, my time during my internship in NYC, and video blogs from when I studied abroad in Costa Rica. I also post inspiring quotes that I come across. Enjoy!