Fall Photoshoot Location Ideas (in NYC)

Hello hello everyone!

Long time, no see…..again.

I don’t even have any excuses as to why I’ve been so absent the past few months other than that there’s just been so much going on ( as we all know) and I’ve been busy with other things (work, Instagram content creation, etc.).

I’m really trying my best this time to STICK TO IT and be dedicated to posting on here at least once a week again, starting with this post.

Instead of apologizing, I just have to prove it to you guys, so here I am!

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For my first post back, I wanted to incorporate my other content creating into it by showing/talking to you guys about some of the locations that I am SO excited to be shooting at this Fall season.

I thought this would be a good post to start with because I know that as a content creator, from September until the end of December is such an exciting yet crucial time for creating content. There are SO many different things you can be putting together for Fall, Halloween and the holidays. But, it can also be difficult sometimes to find good places to shoot at, especially here in New York when you’ve gone to all the hot spots and feel like you’ve touched almost every nook and cranny in the city that there is (maybe that’s dramatic, but I’ve been doing this for 2 years, and that’s how it feels sometimes).

So, for this year I really decided to branch out and push myself to put together some new and exciting content. And with that, comes new outfits and locations! This is me not only sharing where I want and plan on shooting some of my Fall content this year, but also attempting to give you guys some possible ideas (and photo inspo) for where to go as well if you happen to be stuck, so that’s what I’m doing today, and let’s just get into it!

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  1. The Floral Escape (Queens Farm Museum)

The Floral Escape is definitely going to be one of the first places I go to this Fall. It’s located in the Queens Farm Museum and is SUCH a cute opportunity for Instagram worthy Fall photos. The above photos are some of the backgrounds/props they had last year. Last year was actually the first time I went, and I loved it. It was so cute and I got some GREAT photos out of it. I’ve seen other photos from this place this year and they actually have a ton of new ones, which is really exciting. They also have pumpkin picking, some farm animals and food carts here too which are just added bonuses.

2. Sleepy Hollow

One of the main things I’m looking forward to the most this Fall is capturing as much Fall foliage as I can, and I’ve heard/seen that Sleepy Hollow is one of the PERFECT places for that. Plus, the headless horseman legend is so cool lol and I’m interested in seeing the area that this story came from!

3. Happy Days Farm

Cliche or not, a pumpkin patch photo is SO important around this time of year and cute πŸ˜‚. I’ve also never been to this particular one in New Jersey before, but have seen SO many photos from here, so it’ll be interesting to see and experience it for myself for the first time.

4. Purchase, New York (my old college area)

I always loved the area that my old college was in. Trees everywhere and the foliage was always gorgeous. I only wish I was content creating 4-5 years ago so I could’ve taken advantage of it. Nevertheless, I’m excited to go back and try getting some great shots here.

5. Central Park

Another “cliche”, but I mean CMON, it’s a given. Central Park is stunning around this time of year thanks to the Fall foliage, and there are so many different places you can go within the park to try getting some good shots. Yes, it may feel “basic” because everyone attempts to come here to get shots in the Fall, but can you blame them? It’s definitely must-try.

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I hope you guys enjoyed this new post from me and that it was helpful to you in some way, shape or form. These places are obviously the ones that I have PLANNED for the meantime, but there are probably going to be more along the way that end up being spontaneous. I love Fall and can’t wait for all of this new content I’m about to work on, and to see everyone else’s along the way. ☺️

Make sure you’re following me on all my social media accounts to keep up with all of my new content to come! There’s going to be a ton of pictures, blog posts and videos coming soon.

Don’t forget to like and share this post if you enjoyed it and follow the blog if you’re new. Thank you guys so much for reading, and I’ll catch you again next week for a new one!

-Xoxo, LeoGirl 

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5 Books I Want to Read Before Quarantine is Over

Hey guys, happy Monday!

I have a feeling that all this quarantine stuff is slowly but surely coming to end. Here in New York, our ‘stay at home’ order recently got extended to June 6th from May 30th that I believe it originally was.

I know that it seems like a contradiction because our date just got push back and call me overly-optimistic, but it’s just a feeling I’m having.

So, because of this, there are a few things that I’ve been meaning to do before all of this is over and we’re forced to go back to our normal day-to-day routines; one of those things being getting back on top of my reading.

I’ve been slacking a lot recently since I’ve been so focused on the blog, my YT channel, my IG content and now, TikTok haha. It’s not necessarily a bad thing since I have been working and staying on top of everything, but reading has always been just as important to me as all the other things I mentioned and it’s something I really need to get back to.

After all, it is what started my whole love for writing and being creative in the first place, so where would I be without it?

Because of this, I wanted to share with you guys 5 particular books that I’m really excited about hopefully reading before quarantine is officially over. I figure that I share this because I know that I have a ton of followers who are fellow bookworms and who knows, you/they might be interested in reading some of these as well.

So without further adieu…..

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*In no particular order*

  1. How to Win Friends & Influence People by: Dale Carnegie

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An influencer friend of mine actually recommended this book to me. I took her class all about social media, the ins and outs, how to gain a following, create content, etc. and she suggested I read this book because it’s really inspirational and teaches you all but being successful, how to work with people and basically leave your mark on audiences. I’m really excited about reading this one and really hope that it ends up teaching me a lot.

2.  Incomparable by: Nikki & Brie Bella

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If you guys didn’t know, I absolutely LOVE these ladies. I loved watching them wrestle, loved watching them on Total Divas and love watching them now on Total Bellas. They are such strong, empowering and inspirational women. So, when I heard and saw that they came out with a memoir, I was so unbelievably excited. I’ve seen bits and pieces of their stories being shown throughout the TV show, but obviously being able to read something like this is SO different and a lot more raw. It literally just came out and I ordered my copy, so I can’t wait for it to come in so I can finally start it! πŸ˜€

3. Crystals: The Modern Guide to Crystal Healing by: Yulia Van Doren Goldirocks 

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If you guys happened to see my YT video about my 2020 vision board (if you haven’t, I will leave it linked here), there was a part in my ‘personal’ goals where I mentioned that I want to learn more about spirituality, and part of that would be to learn about crystals and all of its different types of healing powers. So, I found and got this book that’s supposed to be a very basic guide for all that; breaking down all of the different types of crystals, what they do, how to use and care for them, etc. It’s a starting point and then in the future I could always look for and buy more complex books about it if anything.

4. Visual Reference Guides Mythology by: Philip Wilkinson & Neil Philip 

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This is something that I thought was really cool because it has a ton of like Greek mythology stories and other cultures’ mythology within it as well. I’ve always had an interest in things like this, so I’m really excited to be able to finally read it especially since I’ve kind of had this book for a WHILE.

5. Anything Can Be Healed by: Martin Brofman

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This one sort of goes hand in hand with the crystal healing book because it’s about spirituality and doing things to heal the body naturally. It teaches about utilizing the chakra system as a body/mind interface for effective energetic healing. I’m really excited about being able to learn about this and tap into the deeper things like this of the mind and body.

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I hope that you guys enjoyed this post and possibly got some new book recommendations out of it.

These books are all definitely different from the normal types of books I tend to read, but I’m trying to expand on the things I read and learn about. Plus they all do peak my interests, it’ll just kind of be like watering a plant and watching my interests on these things/topics grow.

Let me know if after each book you guys would want me to do a review on it or something and I will definitely be sure to do that for you! πŸ™‚

Please remember to like this post if you enjoyed it and follow my blog if you haven’t already, and I’ll see you guys in the next one!

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PS: This is my official 100th blog post!! How crazy and cool haha. I just thought it was fun and worth mentioning.

-Xoxo, LeoGirl ❀

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What I’m Currently Watching (Or Planning to Watch)

Hey guys,

Hope you are all doing well.

For today’s post I thought it would be fun to do something super lighthearted and share with you guys the things I’ve been watching recently to keep me sane and entertained throughout all this (that is, when I’m not working).

I’m going to break them up between individual streaming services as well as TV shows and movies for each.

In no particular order…….

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Disney+

TV shows:

  • Sonny With a Chance
  • Kim Possible
  • Lizzie McGuire
  • Even Stevens
  • The Suite of Zack & Cody
  • The Suite Life on Deck
  • Hannah Montana
  • That’s So Raven
  • Wizards of Waverly Place
  • JONAS

Movies:Β 

  • Jungle 2 Jungle
  • Cheaper By the Dozen (1 & 2)
  • Cadet Kelly
  • Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior
  • Princess Diaries (1 & 2)
  • Read It and Weep
  • Jump in!
  • The Brave Little Toaster (all of them)
  • Kim Possible Movie: So the Drama
  • The Incredibles
  • The Goofy Movies
  • The Chronicles of Narnia (both of them)
  • Inspector Gadget (1 & 2)
  • Flubber
  • Doctor Dolittle
  • Freaky Friday
  • Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen
  • The Game Plan
  • Starstruck
  • Stuck in Suburbs
  • The Parent Trap
  • Smart House
  • The Last Song
  • The Mighty Joe Young
  • High School Musical (all of them)
  • The Cheetah Girls (all of them)
  • Camp Rock (1 & 2)
  • Aladdin

Documentaries:

  • Year Million
  • Diana: In Her Own Words
  • Tree Climbing Lions
  • Atlantis Rising
  • Drain The Bermuda Triangle
  • One Strange Rock
  • Disneynature (Chimpanzee, African Cats, Born in China)

And SO much more…..haha

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Hulu:

TV Shows:

  • Total Bellas
  • Rugrats
  • Life of Kylie
  • Cupcake Wars
  • Danny Phantom
  • Hey Arnold
  • Doug
  • Full House
  • Total Divas
  • Home Improvement
  • Dexter’s Laboratory

Movies:

  • Are We There Yet?
  • A Walk to Remember
  • The Twilight Saga (all of them)
  • Cyberbully
  • The Emperor’s New Groove
  • Tarzan
  • Are We Done Yet?
  • The Land Before Time (all of them)

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Amazon Prime Video

Movies:

  • Night at the Museum (1 & 2)
  • 13 Going on 30
  • Mean Girls
  • Soul Surfer
  • The Marine
  • The Rundown
  • John Tucker Must Die
  • RV
  • Bringing Down The House

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Netflix

TV Shows:

  • You
  • Gossip Girl
  • Fuller House
  • Vampire Diaries
  • Riverdale
  • Secret Life of the American Teenager
  • That 70’s Show
  • Big Mouth

Movies:

  • Click
  • Step Brothers
  • Austin Powers Gold member
  • Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius
  • The Karate Kid
  • The Rugrats Movies
  • The Other Guys
  • He’s Just to That Into you
  • Valentine’s Day
  • Sex snd the City 2

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I hope that you guys enjoyed this post and that it was helpful to you in possibly putting you on to some new things to watch on these streaming services.

I also realized as I was doing this, that a lot of the movies and TV shows I’ve saved to my ‘watch later’ playlists are throwbacks from when I was a kid haha. What can I say? Those were simpler times that I miss so much. Plus, those shows and movies were and still are freakin’ classics, so they never get old!

Also it’s worth mentioning that, in the lists, I mentioned a ton of different movies and shows but some that I’ve watched already, currently am watching or going to watch soon when I get a chance to.

Leave me a comment below of anything that YOU guys would personally recommend for me to watch whether it’s a new TV show or new movies. I’m always open to new suggestions, and now you have a feel for the taste I have in shows and movies to be able to recommend things to me haha.

If you enjoyed this post always remember to drop a like and please don’t forget to follow if you haven’t already.

I’ll see you guys in the next one!

-Xoxo, LeoGirl ❀

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