Daily Life

Admit it: No one likes to be left out.

The worst thing a teenage can do is get stuck in the middle of drama! All it does is put stress on you and everyone surrounding you! My #1 reason for being in the drama is when someone is left out. Not only does it stuck when you are being left out, but it sucks, even more, when you know you are leaving someone else out. So what should you do? Well, let's say you are inviting a group of friends over to your house. Invite as many people as you can so that no one feels hurt! But, worst comes to worst, text whoever is being left out and explain to them how you can't invite a ton of people and ask to make plans with them soon. But my best tip is for when you are asked to hang out and you know you are leaving someone out. All you simply say to the person who invited you is, "I know this is your party/hangout and so it is your choice, but I like to stay out of drama so should we maybe invite (blank?)" This way if they say no, you can tell the person who is left out you thought about them. Or if they say yes, you are helping someone from feeling left out! Try this out and email me how it went at Sincerelyemily.com@gmail.com!

Sincerely,

Emily

Horseback Riding Since Day One. 

When I was seven, my mom took me to stables in the valley. I got to pick out my favorite horse from the barn and name it. I named it Percy because I was very into fashion at the moment (purse...) Although I caught onto the conversation I wasn't supposed to hear about how the horse wasn't really mine, I still thought it was. Ever since then I have loved riding. Although dance is my first choice and I would much rather be at the studio then at the stables, I love to have the bond with such an incredible animal. I would definetly love to own a horse but I know I could never give it the attention it would need. 

Sincerely,

Emily

Palm Springs 2017

Over spring break I took a road trip (a short one) to Palm Springs. I went with one of my best friends Abby and we had so much fun! It started off with us arriving the first night and going in the jacuzzi. The next day we spent all day by the pool and then went out to dinner and to Barnes n' Nobles to buy more books to read. At Barnes, we found this super cool escape room game where it was almost a stimulation. We played it that night and the next morning. On our third day, we had another pool day and just relaxed! We ended the trip with Easter and family! This trip was amazing!

Sincerely,

Emily

My Summer Daily Schedule

This Summer I had lots of fun! Although everyday was not the same because we went on vacation and had family come into town multiple times... I still had many weeks of the same schedule. I would wake up at 7 am. Leave the house by 8:30 am and arrive at my dance studio at 8:50. From 9-1 I would assisit the little kids dance camps. I would head home rest, maybe hang out with friends or read a book. Around 4:30 I would eat dinner (usually a half meal because it was so early.) Then at 4:45 I would head back to the studio. At 5:15 I would start my classes and make it home around 9. After dance I would head home, go to bed and do it all over again the next day. 

Sincerely,

Emily

Back to School, Back to Bed!

Time for school means sleep schedule! Not exactly what you want to think about at the end of summer but is definetly important to remember. Every age has different sleep needs but the most important thing is to find how much sleep YOU need. For me, I prefer 8 hourse of sleep on a week day. (10:30pm - 6:30am) but I usually get 7 hours (11:30pm - 6:30am.) This works for me so that is why I strive to go to bed on time. 

Sincerely,

Emily