How my thanksgiving was

My Thanksgiving was very nice. I didn't really do anything special, I just hung out at my house. We ate our Thanksgiving lunch/dinner at one o'clock. We made a thirteen pound turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, and some bread rolls. I ate a lot. I ate a leg, a wing, two scoops of mashed potatoes with gravy, three bread rolls, and one spoonful of stuffing. My stomach hurt after that for a couple hours. But it was all good because that meal was so good! Other than that, I just watched YouTube, painted my nails, and worked on my sign language video. 
Now that Thanksgiving is over, there is only thirty more days til Christmas. Christmas is my favorite holiday. My favorite things about Christmas is the amazing food that my mom makes, Listening to Christmas music, giving presents to people, decorating for Christmas, watching my puppy open all the presents with her mouth(it's the cutest thing ever), watching Christmas movies, and the presents of course. For the next couple of weeks I'm going to do Christmas blog posts(probably about decorating). Because like yo only thirty more days so let's get hype. 

How to cozy up for the cold seasons

It is the season of cozy! Now you don't want to be that one person who is always cold right? So here in this guide I will tell you step by step on how you can cozy up for the colder seasons

Step 1: Make sure you have enough warmth in your house
Houses can get freezing during the colder seasons, especially if  the heat is not always on. You can cozy up and get warm by having extra blankets laying around, and also wearing a robe or super cozy PJ's. Honestly being warm under a blanket is the definition of fall and winter(at least it is to me).

Step 2: Wear cute fall and winter clothes
I find myself feeling more cozy when I'm wearing a cute fall or winter outfit. Maybe It's just because I'm a girl but like aye I get cold so easily so I need to wear those extra layers.

Step 3: Listen to Holiday music 
Let me tell you I'm obsessed with Christmas music and it puts me in that cozy mood that I love. But it also leaves me with getting hype for Christmas on November 1st. I'm literally almost done decorating my room for Christmas, and my parents are letting me decorate the house on Thanksgiving. So I'm hype for decorating, it seems like I'm a Christmas elf because I just love Christmas and I'm always thinking of new ideas for Christmas in general.

Step 4: Cuddle with your loved ones
This may be your dog, or whoever. I love cuddling my puppy, she's my sweet little baby. Cuddling puts you in the cozy mood, and yo like who doesn't like being all cozy and warm.

Step 5: Make it smell like the Holidays
Thanksgiving is like 1 millimeter away and Christmas is like 5 centimeters away, so making your home smell like the holidays is a must. Honestly to me Thanksgiving isn't that big of a deal, but Christmas is a huge deal. I'm a crazy Christmas person. So anyways you can get a candle if you want an easy way to make your home smell good, but there is many other ways. So let's start with thanksgiving, honestly all you need to do is bake a turkey and boom you got your cozy turkey smell, or if you don't want to cook a turkey you could go for whatever food smell that you love, so just cook food and boom. Now onto Christmas, so all you need for this is yard clippings(preferably pine, evergreen, or Christmas tree clippings). Then you just use the clippings in your Christmas decorations to make it smell good, and the cool thing about doing this is that It is a long lasting smell. For example if you have garland, you just put the clippings in the garland to make the garland look more full and smell good. I'm probably going to do a whole post on Christmas greenery(garland, trees, etc) because there is many amazing secrets to Christmas greenery. I've been using this method in my Christmas decorating and my mom walked in my room and said "it smells like Christmas in here", it is really funny how this simple technique works.

So that was all my steps, I'm probably going to be doing a Christmas greenery post on my blog next week, or it will be about thanksgiving. I'm not sure, You'll just have to see. 

Fall lookbook

1) Raking leaves

2)Morning hike in the mountains

3)I'm a turkey

4)Rooster vibes

Trip to Asheville, NC

 As you guys may or may not know, I went to Asheville this month! And now it's time to share the vacation with everyone. This vacation was so fun, and I just love being in the mountains. I've always wanted to live in the mountains, and go to college in the mountains(Appalachian State), so being there for three days was pretty fun. We stayed in a cute little log cabin in the woods, and it was so cozy. The vacation was really relaxing and it was awesome seeing the beautiful sights.

Day 1
We drove up to Asheville, and got there around eleven o'clock. Once we got there we settled into our cabin for an hour or so. Then we decided to go get some lunch at twelve bones. Let me tell you guys, twelve bones is to die for. I ate six ribs, some mac and cheese, and some green beans. I was packed once I finished eating. After we were done eating we realized that twelve bones is in the same area as the artist studios there. So we decided to check out the art studios, there was some really good artwork there. We went in multiple art studios and it was really cool seeing other people's work. After that we drove over to the grove park inn to see it. We just walked around and saw the view that it had to offer. It was very beautiful and we got free apples too! After that we drove back to the cabin to settle in for the night. It was so cozy, and warm in the cabin. We had our little wood burning fireplace inside going, and we made some smores. And that was about all the happened on the first day.

Day 2-

We woke up around seven o'clock and hit the road to go to chimney rock state park. It was such a nice drive to go to chimney rock state park, we were literally driving on a mountain to get there. It was very pretty. When we got there we hiked up the mountain to go to the chimney rock. It was very beautiful when we got to the top of the rock. We stayed up on the rock for a few minutes and we then hiked to go see the waterfall. The waterfall was not an actual kind of waterfall, it was just some water running off of the mountain, but it was still very cool. after that he hiked some more and decided to go to chimney rock town. My parents wanted to check out a brewery in the town and so we went there. It was very scenic because the brewery was on a river and it was relaxing to look at the river. After that we walked around the town just looking in the gift shops. I found a really cute shirt and my mom bought it for me. Thank you again mom(if you're reading this). Then we decided to go to downtown Asheville to grab some lunch, but we couldn't find parking so we drove near the Biltmore area to look for food. We then found Moe's and ate there. I ate a nice burrito stuffed with chicken, rice, lettuce, and cheese.  After that we went back to the cabin to relax. We watched a ton of scary movies at the cabin.We watched Halloween 1 and 2, and Friday the 13. It was fun to relax and watch all of those movies, we were all up late that night watching those movies. Then we fell asleep around eleven o'clock.

Day 3-

This was the last day in the mountains, the most saddest day, because I never wanted to leave. So anyways Cal woke all of us up around 7 o'clock. Then we basically packed up all of our stuff and hit the road. I also went on a little walk before leaving just to say goodbye to everything. Basically we drove home, unpacked, and I did my homework when we got home.