12 Swimsuits Under $20 For Spring Break

12 Swimsuits Under $20 For Spring Break

Spring Break calls for a new swimsuit!
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Spring Break is just around the corner, and last years swimmie has seen its time. The bottoms are saggy, and the top doesn't have padding like it used to. Don't worry, though, this list will provide the latest trends and lowest prices for your Spring Break fashion emergency!


1. Plunging Ruffles

This cute bathing suit features a plunging front, lined with ruffles. The best part about it though, is that it's only $19.99 from Zaful.

2. Lace One Piece

For all of my one piece babes out there, this one gives you all of the coverage without looking like a polyester sack. The lace details give it that extra oomph, and its only $16.77 from Dresslilly.

3. Knotted Plunge

This one is very similar to the first bathing suit, but the simplicity in it is striking. For this lovely knotted plunge bathing suit, you can find it on Shein for $14.00.

4. Pastel Cami

Personally, this is one of my favorite styles of swimsuits. You could wear this to the beach, the pool, or even a waterpark without worrying about a malfunction. This Zaful bikini set is only $18.49.

5. Knotty Hotty

So, this is a cute bikini for those of us willing to show a little more skin. If you're confident, rock this Zaful suit for $13.49!

6. Stripes? Stripes.

Stripes are the ultimate nautical trend, so this swimmie is the perfect one for your Spring Break beach trip! This one's from Romwe for $9.29.

7. High Tide Rise

High neck and high waisted suits are perfect for waterparks, because they're super secure. So, if you plan on spending your Spring Break riding waterslides, you can get this suit from Fire Vogue for $18.99.

8. Smocked Bandeau

Growing up, my mother always put me in smocked dresses, which totally brainwashed me to hate it. Now, though, lots of trends center around smocked pieces, and I kind of love it. Zaful has this one for $13.99.

9. Floral Fun

Although I love all of the suits listed, this is by far my favorite one! Personally, I love floral and think its perfect for your Spring Break getaway! You can find this one on Romwe for $9.79.

10. Triple Ripple

If you couldn't choose between #4, #5, or #6, this is the swimsuit for you! It combines the cami top, knots on the sides of the bottoms, and the stripes. This suit would look so cute while you soak up the sun during Spring Break! Get it at Shein for $13.00.

11. Strapless Floral

Again, floral is the perfect pattern for your Spring Break swimmie, but this option features a supporting strapless bra. If you're not a fan of tan lines from straps, this is great for you! Its only $19.99 from Lilly.

12. Smocked Cami

This is another suit that combines different styles, and is too cute! Shein has this one for only $11.00.


Now that you've got some options, choose the perfect swimsuit for your perfect Spring Break trip!

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20 Small Tattoos With Big Meanings

Tattoos with meaning you can't deny.
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It's tough to find perfect tattoos with meaning.

You probably want something permanent on your body to mean something deeply, but how do you choose a tattoo that will still be significant in 5, 10, 15, or 50 years? Over time, tattoos have lost much of their stigma and many people consider them a form of art, but it's still possible to get a tattoo you regret.

So here are 20 tattoos you can't go wrong with. Each tattoo has its own unique meaning, but don't blame me if you still have to deal with questions that everyone with a tattoo is tired of hearing!

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1. A semi-colon indicates a pause in a sentence but does not end. Sometimes it seems like you may have stopped, but you choose to continue on.


2. "A smooth sea never made a skilled sailor."


3. Top symbol: unclosed delta symbol which represents open to change. Bottom symbol: strategy.


4. "There are nights when the wolves are silent and only the moon howls."


5. Viking symbol meaning "create your own reality."


6.Greek symbol of Inguz: where there's a will, there's a way.

7. Psalm 18:33 "He makes my feet like the feet of a deer; he causes me to stand on the heights."


8. 'Ohm' tattoo that represents 4 different states of consciousness and a world of illusion: waking (jagrat), dreaming (swapna), deep sleep (sushupti), transcendental state (turiya) and world of illusion (maya)


9. Alchemy: symbolizes copper, means love, balance, feminine beauty and artistic creativity.


10. The Greek word “Meraki" means to do something with soul, passion, love and creativity or to put yourself in to whatever you do.


11. Malin (Skövde, Sweden) – you have to face setbacks to be able to go forward.

12. Symbol meaning "thief" from the Hobbit. It was the rune Gandalf etched into Bilbo's door so the dwarves could find his house.


13. “Lux in tenebris" means “light in darkness."

14. Anchor Tattoo: symbolizing strength & stability, something (or someone) who holds you in place, and provides you the strength to hold on no matter how rough things get.

15."Ad Maiora" is translated literally as “Towards greater things." It is a formula of greeting used to wish more success in life, career or love.


16. A glyphs means “explore." It was meant as a reminder for me to never stop exploring.

17. "Aut inveniam viam aut faciam," meaning roughly, "Either I shall find a way, or I will make one."


18. Lotus Flower. It grows in muddy water, and it is this environment that gives forth the flower's first and most literal meaning: rising and blooming above the murk to achieve enlightenment.

19. The zen (or ensō) circle to me represents enlightenment, the universe & the strength we all have inside of us.

20. Two meanings. The moon affirms life. It looks as if it is constantly changing. Can reminds us of the inconsistency of life. It is also symbolizes the continuous circular nature of time and even karma.


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7 Things That Aren't Quite AS LONG As The Weeks Between Thanksgiving And Christmas For College Students

Spoiler: Nothing is quite that long.

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Being a college student, I have learned a lot of things about life, both from personal experience and in the classroom.

But if I had to choose one lesson that landed the hardest out of any of them, it would be that the weeks between Thanksgiving break and Christmas break are the longest few weeks of our lives. These intermediate weeks feel like a tedious mess of extreme convolution. Stuck in the middle of this holiday season time warp, I decided to ditch my actual studies (as one must do to withhold sanity in these trying times) and perform extensive research that quantifies the actual length of the time between Thanksgiving and Christmas.

I have collected scientific data (that is completely false), and now present you with seven things that aren't quite as long as the weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas.

1. Medusa, the longest snake ever


The Guinness World Records says that Medusa, a reticulated python, is the longest snake in captivity at 25 feet and 2 inches long. This is long (for a snake), but just not enough to put up a fight against the length of time between Thanksgiving and Christmas.

2. Sequoia trees

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The tallest trees in the world grows to a height averaging at 150-280 feet high. Although this is pretty tall, if you were to lay this tree on its side and do some quick conversion factors, it would not even compare to the length of time between Thanksgiving and Christmas.

3. The Nile River

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The Nile River is the longest river in the world, but is it longer than the length of time between Thanksgiving and Christmas? Well, since it's included in this list, you're probably assuming that it is not. And, indeed, 4,258 miles is not longer than the length of time between Thanksgiving and Christmas.

4. A marathon

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This comparison was a little bit harder to calculate. 26 miles is clearly shorter than the 4,258 miles of the Nile, so it seems like a no brainer that a marathon should be shorter than the length of time between Thanksgiving and Christmas. If A > B and B > C, then A > C, right? Well, it was a little more complicated. When you multiply the effort exerted into a marathon with the actual length it…yeah, it's still not as long as the length of time between Thanksgiving and Christmas.

5. The Great Wall of China

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13,170 miles? Nice try, China.

6. The Equator

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At 24,901 miles, this imaginary line is the longest part of our earth. But is it longer than the length of time between Thanksgiving and Christmas? The results were close, but only because I forgot to carry the 6 in my calculations. After some reworking, the equator got left in the dust.

7. The other 330ish days of the year

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The calculations for this one seemed a little difficult. I knew that, on the surface, it seemed that the majority of the year would outweigh the specific season I was researching. And I'll admit, I could not come across any concrete evidence. But somehow, I am just one hundred percent positive, the length of time between Thanksgiving and Christmas is eons longer than the rest of the year.

So there you have it. If you, like me, are struggling to stay afloat during this rough patch, know that there is, in fact, good reason as to why, and know, as well, that you are not alone. If Medusa, the reticulated python can grow to be that freakin' terrifying, you can certainly get through this.

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