Upcycled Vase | Stick On Beads

Small changes can make a big difference. Things you are ready to throw out can 
with some (small) changes become one of your favorite things. I was going to 
throw out this vase because I had another one but then I looked through my creative 
space and found these stick on stick on beads.
This is like the ion on patch T-shirt not a DIY but to show that thrift finds or 
things you wanna throw out can be upcycled to what ever needs you might have 
for it.

Love from Cami

5 Small Minimalistic Changes

If you can do something. Just a small tiny change then why wouldn't you? Because
 that small change can save lives. These are just some of the small changes I have made,
some of them I have always done. And if you want to go all out and clear your clutter

Use tote bags
Out with the plastic and in with the tote bags! Easy to throw in a bag and have ready 
for when it is needed. Also just a bit.. actually much cuter than plastic bags. At least
that's what I think. And I think the planet agrees. 

Save glass jars for storage
I use glass jars in my creative storage but you can also use it in the kitchen to store
 nuts, seeds, pasta, anything really. Use then in your beauty space to store cotton swabs,
cotton pads, bobby pins or again, anything really. You can also use then as vases like I 
did in the DIYs right here: Polka dot vase, bow vase, yarn vase

Thrift as much as you can
Thrifting, reusing and upcycling is something I am very passionate about. Everything
 besides my bed is basically thrifted and I love it. You can find the most amazing and
unique things at thrift stores. Not only do you save a ton of money but you also help
the planet. Here are some helpful thrifting tips

Give to thrift stores
Unless it is ruined or very very used I give it to thrift stores. Books, clothes, decorative
 items, everything. Also those glass jars can be thrifted. Why not let another person
have the benefit instead of throwing it out?

Borrow books from the library
I have since I was little always borrowed books from the library. The I started buying
 books at the thrift store. Then I started buying books as new. Now I threw out (to the
thrift store) over 100 books and have only a handful favorites. 

Love from Cami

My Favorite Youtubers

Youtube is one of the biggest time consumers in my life. Not even kidding. I love 
it, haha. I watch a lot of different youtubers who talk about different topics. I love 
to DIY (obviously) and have already done 3 DIY vloggers to watch right now 
which are also some favorites of mine + a post about my top 5 vegan food 
youtubers who have amazing recipes. Also faves. 
This is going to focus more on the entertainment and they make me laugh. So much.
But there are also a two channels where I learn a lot.

To me, Rose is one of the funniest people and I absolutely love her humor. She 
makes videos with her, also very funny, wife, Rosie, where they talk just about 
anything really. But also a lot about the LGBTQ+ community, which I really like. 

I absolutely love this super dramatic girl. She is the queen of over reacting and 
because of this and weird shit happening to her all the time she has juicy storytimes. 
I am not that into storytimes but she is just a great storyteller and whenever I see
a new video from her I drop everything.

Hailey Reese
I absolutely love paranormal. So when I found her channel I was all in! I love
her haunted house series and it is so incredible how she has experienced so
much paranormal activity in her life. Her storytimes are a must watch!

Her humor is everything. She is just a one of a kind. I actually found her by another
youtuber mentioning her, I cannot remember who, but boy am I glad she did.
She makes the funniest videos but there are also some where you can learn stuff..
like what not to do, haha. But she is great.

Hannah Witton
Her drunk advice series is one of my absolute favorites to watch. She makes videos
about sex, relationship and other stuff. I absolutely love her videos and I nearly
forgot, her Hormone Diaries series! Maybe even better than the drunk advice series
because it is just so interesting. The pill. No period for 7 years. Going off the pill.
What happens?? Her channel is just yaaas queen.

Muchelle B
I have talked about Muchelle B in a minimalist post but here she is again. Because
she has the absolute best advice on self-discovery, minimalism and general life
tips. With titles as 'How to get motivated + Get things done' and '20 ways to treat
yourself without money' she is definitely a must watch!

Who are some of your favorite youtubers?

Love from Cami