Hi loves! As you all know, I recently hit 300 followers on this blog and I have a whole post about that here. In that post, I mentioned a possible Q&A to connect with you all more and give you an opportunity to learn more about me! I want to thank you guys again for the continued support and constant love, it really does mean so much. So without further ado, let’s get on to the Q&A!
Siyana: What’s the thing that you promised to yourself that you will do it, but still don’t have the courage to?
Sage: Since I have loved YouTube for so long now, creating my own channel and posting consistently is something I’ve really wanted to do. I was pretty consistent for a little while, but it takes SO much work to even put out one video. I totally don’t mind that it takes so much work because I actually love the process. But I give credit to those who can post so consistently, it really is a talent! I suppose it isn’t really a lack of courage that holds me back, but simply a lack of time being a full time college student and my Europe trip being so close.
If I ever want to try anything new, I normally don’t have a problem with courage. Everything is new and is worth trying if you love it. I may fail at something, but at least I tried and that’s normally the mindset I try to have with everything. 🙂
The Obsession Begins: Who is your favorite super hero?
Sage: This is actually a bit of a difficult question since I didn’t really grow up watching the classic Marvel superheroes. When I was younger I was absolutely obsessed with Avatar: The Last Airbender. I went through such a phase where all I wanted to be was a waterbender. I fell in love with all the characters and the world of Avatar. Lol, it’s so funny to look back on! I think that’s the closest thing to a superhero that I was into.
My real life superheroes though, are my parents. Throughout my life they have showed me what hard work means and how it pays off. They’ve always been there when I needed them and show me I have a home no matter what part of my life I’m in. I’ll always be thankful for what they’ve given me. That’s pretty super if you ask me! xx
Lauren’s Notebook: What did you study in college and what’s your dream job?
Sage: Next semester I will be entering my senior year of college, which seems totally insane to me! I am studying Graphic Design with an Interdisciplinary concentration (which basically means both Art and Design). I entered college as a Fine Arts major, but soon realized Graphic Design was more the direction I wanted to go in. I’ve actually really wanted to make a whole post about my major, so let me know if that’s something you’d be interested in. 🙂 The program at my school is pretty small, so I have grown very close to other Graphic Design majors. Not to mention, my professors are brilliant and people I aspire to be like.
Hmm, I always have an internal conflict when anyone asks me about my future job or career. In a perfect world, I would be the happiest person alive if I could blog or make videos for a living. Blogging specifically is such a passion of mine, and if I could turn that into a career, it would be completely unreal. However, the more practical job for me to take would be at a Graphic Design firm or to do some sort of graphics work some other way. I know I would be happy working at a firm for a while, but I’m not sure if I see my entire career there.
Audrey @ Honestly Audrey: What’s the coolest place you’ve ever traveled to and are you a good singer?
Sage: It’s so funny you should ask about traveling, as I am going abroad in just a few days! I am going to England, France, Germany, Italy, and Greece! I know if I was asked this question after I came back, it would 100% be one of those places. I know London is probably going to be the coolest for me since I’ve wanted to go since I was little, so I’ll have to say that one. However, I’ll probably write a whole post about my trip when I come back and give a full review of my favorite place! Currently though I haven’t traveled outside of the United States, so one of my favorite places is Boston, Massachusetts. It is so full of history and is one of the most beautiful cities I have ever been to.
Lastly, am I a good singer? …No, I am not a very good singer lol. That doesn’t stop me from singing at the top of my lungs in the car to Coldplay or Lorde while I’m cruising, though! I wish I was good because I really admire people who can sing! I have played the piano since I was 5, so even though I can’t sing, I can definitely jam on a piano! 🙂
Avenue of Joy: What are your five must haves in your wardrobe?
Sage: This is a cool question because I’ve never had to think about this before. Firstly, a good pair of denim shorts are totally needed in my wardrobe. I usually wear these to the beach and honestly anywhere else! I love how they can be mixed and matched with casual and elegant tops. Second, my rainbow sandals. These have been great for walking around my college campus but are also great for the beach. Third, a white blouse or T-shirt. White is so versatile and can be dressed up or down. Starting with the basics is a great way to a beautiful look. Fourth, a flowy dress. I live for flowy dresses, especially in the summer! Whether that be a T-shirt dress or one with small straps, it’s definitely a must for my wardrobe. Lastly, a dainty necklace. I know this isn’t clothing, but I normally always have a little necklace on with any outfit. I love my little crystal necklace, as well as my Tiffany’s olive branch necklace that I’ve been wearing nonstop!
So that’s it for my Q&A! I seriously enjoyed receiving and answering your questions and I hope you learned a little more about me. I think this was a great way to celebrate 300 and I look forward to doing more in the future! Be sure to check out every person that sent in a question, their blogs are linked in their names. They all have beautiful blogs, so show them some love! Until next time, have a lovely day! xx