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About Me

Hello! My name is Melissa Kacar and I am a 22 year old graphic designer, writer and photographer from Pennsylvania. I have been posting regularly on my namesake blog since July of 2017 and have since written over 100 articles sharing my love for topics such as music, beauty, and fashion. My original product and concert photography is also featured throughout each post. In the past 5 years I have been able to connect with thousands of people from around the world through our shared love of these topics. In 2022, I received an Associate's Degree in Communication Design (New Media) from Northampton Community College and in 2020 I also received an Associate's Degree in Journalism, Media and Professional Writing. My graphic design and writing go hand-in-hand and each passion of mine benefits from the other, particularly when it comes to my love for editorial design. I have always had a love for all things creative and art-related, but I knew I wanted to be a graphic designer since I


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After a few months of delays, the 64th annual Grammy Awards were finally held in Las Vegas over the weekend. This year's show celebrated so much of the amazing music that has been released in the past year. Each category was really stacked with great releases, making it impossible to predict who would've ultimately won. The show overall didn't feel like it had as many memorable moments like it has in the past, especially in comparison to last year's show , but there were still some highlights that were worth sharing, both from the red carpet and the show itself.  The show opened with a performance by Silk Sonic, which is made up of Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak, with their song "777". They were some of the most notable winners of the night, winning both Song of the Year and Record of the Year for "Leave The Door Open". In their acceptance speech, Anderson said, "We are really trying to remain humble at this point, but in the industry we call th