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Tuesday, October 20, 2020

4 Ways to Style a Make It Minnie Skirt

This post contains affiliate links, meaning I may receive a small commission if you choose to purchase, but this will not affect your shopping experience in any way. I was gifted my Park Day Dreams skirt by Make It Minnie for collaborative posts. As always, thoughts and opinions expressed are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that support Mads Maybe!

Disney's Descendants 3 tee shirt | Pink Park Day Dreams Skirt 

Today, I'm partnering with Make It Minnie to show y'all their gorgeous Park Day Dreams skirt and 4 ways you can style it for amazing outfits both in the parks and in everyday life! I was meant to be wearing this fun skirt on a Disney vacation, and I definitely will one day {hopefully soon!}, but for now we're just dreaming — hey, I guess that's why it's called the Park Day Dreams skirt!

Thursday, October 1, 2020

Ultimate Guide to Halloween on Disney+

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It's our first Halloween with Disney+ in existence and we are going to take advantage of it! No one did Halloween like Disney Channel in the 2000s so here's a list of all of the Halloween episodes of our favorite childhood shows and Halloween movies available on Disney Plus! Enjoy!
Friday, September 25, 2020

Here's to the 24th Year

What do you do when you're turning 24 and you were supposed to be celebrating on a Disney cruise with all of your family but COVID-19 got in the way? Well, if you're me, the next best thing is a birthday photo shoot! Please enjoy these photos in celebration of my 24th birthday and hop over to Instagram if you want to share some love. 

Thursday, August 27, 2020

Mads Maybe Newbie Guide to Instagram Reels


Hi friends! If you follow me on Instagram, you may have seen some different posts recently. That's because I've been trying out Instagram's newest features, Reels. If you've heard of Tik Tok, you know that Reels is basically an identical concept being implemented within the existing Instagram app. Honestly, I never got Tik Tok even though I was tempted a few times, the rumors about its privacy and security issues were just a little off-putting for me and ultimately kept me from downloading the app. Because of this, I was super excited to see the new feature in Instagram so I could start experimenting with this fun new style of content. 

I have been really enjoying both making and watching Reels since the feature was added earlier this month so I thought I would share some advice from my experience so far, hence the name of this post being "Newbie Guide" – I am by no means an expert!

Thursday, August 13, 2020

How To Succeed in Online Classes


With many school districts going to remote, virtual learning this year, I thought it was important to write a post about my experience with online classes and the tips I can give to help you succeed online. If you're new here, I did graduate college in 2017 so, of course, some things have changed but I truly believe the advances over the past few years have only made it easier to learn and work online.

During both high school and college, I took a few different subjects online to accommodate my schedule between commuting and fast-tracking my education to graduate college in 3 years. I had a really good experience in almost all of my classes and did really well in all of them, but I am of the opinion that writing based classes {English, history, communications, etc} translate best into online learning, while math and science based classes are better taught in person. That's not to say it's impossible though! I had a finance class {very math-based} online as well as a home horticulture class {very science-based} online {which will go down in history as probably the worst class I've ever taken, but that's another story} and both of these classes turned out fine. I even took a gym class online so I have a wide range of experiences. So, without further ado, here are some tips that are relevant to any subject.