Top 10 Interesting Facts About Kayla Resler

Top 10 Interesting Facts About Kayla Resler

You may think you know me, lets find out.


There are a lot of things about me that most people don't know. Here is a list of the top ten interesting facts about me.

1. Pets Galore

Current Guinea Pig Leonard

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In my life, I have had a grand total of thirteen pets. I have had two fish, three guinea pigs, one hamster, two cats, and five dogs. Not all at the same time of course, otherwise, my house would be a zoo.

2. Allergies Are A B****

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My favorite side to order at a restaurant is onion rings. So imagine my horror when I found out that the reason I kept getting so sick was because I am allergic to onions. I have gone almost two years without eating a single onion ring and I feel so strong for holding out.

3. Relationship Woes


I have never been in a relationship. Never had a boyfriend. Never been kissed. I have always wanted to focus on my education and my future. That still rings true today but it's just something not a lot of people know.

Plus boys have cooties ;)

4. Vampire or Werewolf


If I had to choose between being turned into a vampire or a werewolf I would choose vampire. I would be able to live and watch civilization grow and change, I could travel, I would save up so much money that I wouldn't have to worry about it in a few years, I could follow multiple dreams and turn my family so they don't die on me. It's a win-win.

5. Most-Wanted Super Power


If I could have any super power I would want to have a variation of Blink from X-Men. I would want to be able to open a portal to any fictional world of my choosing and be able to immerse myself into the story. I would have my fun but be home in time for dinner.

6. If I Could Be Any Animal


A wolf. I love wolves. They are pack animals and are very close to their family, much like me. If it came down to it wolves would do anything for their pack, just like I would do anything for anyone I consider family.

7. Supernatural Beliefs


I 100% believe in ghosts. They scare the bejeezus out of me and I never ever want to run into one. Ever. I can't watch any scary movie that involves a ghost because I won't be able to sleep for a month.

8. Favorite Mystery

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My favorite mystery would have to be who Jack the Ripper was. I find things like that fascinating, some of my favorite shows are crime dramas. I love doing research on his crimes and looking at all the information people have compiled over the years as they try to find out who he was.

9. If I Could Meet A Dead Person


If I could bring someone back from the dead just so that I could meet them I think I would choose Freddie Mercury. He is just so amazing and talented and inspiring I wouldn't want to give up the chance to meet him. I could even try and get in contact with the rest of Queen so they can perform for me live. That would be a dream come true.

10. If I Had One Wish

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If I could have one wish come true I would want it to be that everybody gets their happy ending. That everybody is truly happy with their lives and had to wish for nothing.

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10 Things You'll Recognize If You Grew Up In A Small Town

Those stop signs were more like suggestions.

Whether you're from the Northwest or Southeast, all small towns share basically the same characteristics.

From hanging out at car washes to eating endless meals at that Mexican restaurant, if you're from a small town, you'll probably relate to one (if not all) of these things:

1. Yes, that Mexican restaurant.

Whether you came here to eat after ball games or simply came because there was nothing better to do, you probably spent way to much money on burritos and cheese dip. (For real though, cheese dip was so worth that extra $3).

2. Churches. Churches everywhere.

There seemed to be more churches than people, and everywhere you went one of them was staring you in the face. At least you knew that the whole town was covered on seats when it came to Sunday services.

3. Yep, you hung out at the car wash.

For some odd reason, teenagers like to hang out at the car wash. We don't know why we did, we just did. No car every got cleaned. We just sat on our hoods or tailgates and talked or listened the music. What a wild night.

4. Quick stops.

Gas stations were called quick stops and thank God for those quick stops. You could fill up your tank and get a snack without having to drive 30 minutes to the nearest city. Plus their boiled peanuts were always the bomb. #blessed

5. "Stop" signs.

Those stop signs were more like suggestions. No cop, no stop, right? Same thing with speed limits - merely suggestions.

6. The football field.

Fall Friday nights were made for football games, and there was no getting out of it. Do any of you small town girls really remember going on a Friday night date? Yeah, me neither. Football games were the closest you were going to get to a date on Fridays. You either waited for Saturday or the end of the season. Honestly though, those Friday nights hold some of you and your friends' favorite memories.

7. The good ole grocery store.

Sorry bud, Walmart, Costo, and Kroger were 30 minutes away, and driving to the city was not about to happen. You either went to Shop and Save or Piggly Wiggly for your groceries.

8. "The park."

You either played as a kid, coached a peewee team, refereed as a teenager, or simply watched your siblings play here. No matter the case, you've been to the park, and you're lying if you say you haven't.

9. Those white welcome signs.

Literal *cringe* just looking at it. Passing this sign after coming home from the city meant you were once again stuck in this little town with nothing to do, but you honestly kind of love having nothing to do sometimes.

10. This view.

Sure, there's not a whole lot going on in your small town, but with views like this you can't complain. #NatureIsCool #SoAreSmallTowns

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12 Ways To Save Money During The Summer When All You Want Is To Spend It

Saving is important year round, but it's most important in the summer


Over the summer, everyone normally has more free time than during the year, and that means more time to spend more money. Saving money over the summer is important, not only so you can be prepared to pay for things in the future, but also so you can enjoy your summer and no be stressed about how much money you've spent. Saving money is something that should happen year round, but it's especially important to do in the summer.

1. Create a budget

Starting the summer off on the right foot is super important to stay on track throughout the rest of the summer. A budget is something that you should have year round, but it's important to adjust it for your summer plans.

2. And stick to it

Not only do you have to make a budget, but you have to stick to it. If you don't follow your budget, you're wasting time and money, and it's hard to keep on top of finances.

3. Take advantage of student discounts

During the summer, college students find themselves with a lot more free time than in the school year. When you're planning what to do with your extra time, make sure to look if the place offers student discounts or not. Why pay full price when you don't have to?

4. Don't always go out to eat

College students tend to spend time with their friends going out for food or for drinks, and that adds up fast. If you have friends over to cook dinner, it can be healthier and cheaper to do.

5. Sublet

If you have an apartment you're not going to be staying in, or need to stay in Columbus, it's beneficial both ways to sublet. Neither way do you have to pay full price on an apartment, and any discount, no matter how small, saves you money

6. Take day trips

Obviously, no one wants to stay in one place the whole summer, but travel is super expensive. By going on day trips you get to see more of the state or city, but you don't have to pay for lodging overnight. It's a good way to get out without eating into your budget.

7. Walk around

Columbus has great parks and trails that not enough people think about using when they're planning what they want to do. If you walk around outside, you can spend as much time you want there and you don't have to pay anything.

8. Split costs with friend

Do both of you need a Hulu and a Netflix account? Why not share the costs and the passwords with each other, so that you both can save some extra cash in the future. This doesn't just have to be with streaming services, but it can apply to food and parking costs as well.

9. Don't impulsively buy big items

Maybe you've worked a ton recently to start saving for summer, or you have graduation money flowing in. You feel like it doesn't matter how much you spend, but it does. If you hold off on those purchases, and you save your money, you'll be in a better spot financially at the end of the summer.

10. Get a job

The obvious one. If you're doing an unpaid internship or your normal job isn't offering you many hours, then getting a second job where you can work to have a little more money can help you achieve your savings goal.

11. Don't be too hard on yourself

The hardest part of setting goals is when you don't achieve them. Even if you haven't saved exactly as much as you wanted, making even a small change can help your financial wellbeing and can be enough to make small changes in the future.

12. Don't force yourself to make big changes

Everyone's saving tips to Millennials are to stop getting coffee every single day from places like Starbucks. While cutting down on spending in these ways will greatly help you save money, it's not the only thing that will help. There's no reason to make yourself miserable in order to follow the rules of someone else for a small change financially.

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