OSV’s garden relocated

OSV’s garden relocated

Community Garden moved to Phase 1 with additional features The project to extend Loop Road has begun on the spot where the Community Garden used to be. The Community Garden is a project run by the Office of Student Volunteerism. It is located at the intersection of Drive A and...

Read more
Reflecting, planning for a more intentional year

Reflecting, planning for a more intentional year

This weekend marked the beginning of Advent. For Catholics, it’s the beginning of the liturgical year when we are encouraged to prepare for the second coming of Jesus Christ through self-reflection and evaluation, but I think around this time of year, it makes sense to reflect and re-evaluate life in...

Read more
Planner Planning for 2016

Planner Planning for 2016

In January, my very first blog post was about my 2015 planner picks. Unfortunately, most of the planners on my list had been sold out, and I was still new to the whole world of planners and planner decorating. I admit I’m still not at the point where I’m creating...

Read more
Pinpossible: Burlap Wreath

Pinpossible: Burlap Wreath

We’re finally getting some consistent fall temperatures in Dallas, so even though we’re about half way through November, it’s only just beginning to feel like fall in Texas. I’m obsessed with reds, oranges and browns. Even though we’re past Halloween, I’ve been loving pumpkins and rustic-looking wood backgrounds in my...

Read more
Starbucks red cup reaction is madness

Starbucks red cup reaction is madness

I’ve always been a fan of Starbucks. I think they’ve done a great job with their hot and cold cups, especially around Christmas, and, despite the copious amounts of syrup put in their drinks, they’ve come up with some pretty interesting flavor combinations. But really, I had no idea that...

Read more
The Changing Leaves

The Changing Leaves

We’re finally getting some of that colder weather even though it’s November, and we haven’t seen temperatures reach even the 50’s yet. Somewhere on my bucket list is to take a trip to a part of the US that actually sees the changing leaves and the beautiful, storybook fall foliage....

Read more
Pinpossible: Arm Knit Scarf

Pinpossible: Arm Knit Scarf

Several years ago, when my sister was in elementary school, she went through a crocheting phase. I don’t remember where she picked it up, just that she was pretty into it for a few years. At one point I asked her to make me a scarf, but she said that...

Read more
Wood Geometric Jewelry

Wood Geometric Jewelry

Sometimes I think people who read Pin Possible assume I have a lot of talent when it comes to creating crafts. Unfortunately, my last couple of projects would probably lead them to believe otherwise, but this week I’ve tried to bounce back with some woodwork. I’m a huge fan of...

Read more
Book Clutch

Book Clutch

When I was a child, my cousin and I used to pretend to be spies. We would hide notes to each other in books and spend too much money on spy equipment toys. Too many pens that doubled as hiding places and fake spyglasses could be found all over my...

Read more
Tea Cup Candle

Tea Cup Candle

Until a couple weeks ago, I had never been thrifting. My experience buying from second-hand stores was limited to running to Goodwill to pick up clothes for a costume and working at the Habitat ReStore as a volunteer. For this Pin Possible, I decided that a trip to the thrift...

Read more