Showing posts from September, 2014

5 Worst Love Lessons From Disney Movies

Hey y'all! You all know that I love Disney (you can see the extent of how much I love Disney HERE), so when I saw that Seventeen wrote an on-line article about the worst Disney love lessons, I really wanted to take a peak. I did, and I totally agree about these. Check them out, what do you think? And are there any more that you can think of?

Let's go.

*Everything below this point including word-blurbs, pictures, and GIFs are from Seventeen Magazine's website. In other words, I did not write this, I'm only sharing it with you from the source

We know there are some great love lessons we can learn from our favorite Disney movies, but there are some pretty bad ones, too. Here are five times your fave fairytales got it all wrong. 

1. You have to trick a guy to fall in love with you. 
In the The Little Mermaid, Ursula may be the villain, but Ariel is the one who's willing to do anything to get Eric to fall in love with her, even if it means tricking him and leaving her fam…

Tubesday: Featuring Miranda and Colleen

Hey y'all! Today's Tubesday is of Miranda (Miranda Sings) and Colleen (PhychoSoprano) singing Belle from Beauty and the Beast. I literally could not handle this video. By the end I was laughing so hard I could barely see, so I highly recommend watching it.  Just so you know Colleen is singing Belle's part. She is a very talented actress and singer despite her Miranda-ness.
Note* for those of you who have never heard of either person, they are actually the same person. Miranda is a character who Colleen plays on YouTube that wears too much lipstick, doesn't spell very well, and has a ton of boyfriends including Joey Graceffa, Ricky Dillon, Tyler Oakley, and her uncle. Miranda does tutorials, music videos, collaborations, challenges, vlogs, and other great stuff. I'm sorry if you don't find her funny (some people don't) but I think she's hilarious!  Happy Tubesday!

Mischief Managed. July

Summer Reading Roundup - 2014

Hello! This past summer has been full of reading for me, so I wanted to share with you my thoughts on books that I enjoyed. I can't include everything I've read because that would be way to long, and you guys don't want to read through it all, but I tried to add almost all of the ones that I recorded on here. If you have any questions about any of the books I read, or have other book suggestions for me, please leave a comment down below! Let's get started. 

Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson, 4.5 thieving crews out of 5

In a world where ash falls from the sky, and mist dominates the night, an evil cloaks the land and stifles all life. The future of the empire rests on the shoulders of a troublemaker and his young apprentice. Together, can they fill the world with color once more?In Brandon Sanderson's intriguing tale of love, loss, despair and hope, a new kind of magic enters the stage - Allomancy, a magic of the metals. (Source)

I thoroughly enjoyed this book and honestl…