rhodoggs

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I’ve been working on my bedroom for a long time, and I’m happy to see it all come together. I love how everything in this room represents a part of my personality.

The flags and posters obviously show my music taste. I’ve been a pop-punk kid since I was practically 10 years old. All my favorite bands are hanging on the walls. My two favorite bands, Sum 41 and Knuckle Puck, are next to my bed. My electric guitar is here, hanging on the well next to the leather couch. Underneath it is my little 15w amp that I use to just mess around and practice. I also have an acoustic guitar (courtesy of my cousins) resting in front of the Real Friends flag. I also like to sing, and I’ve been a singer ever since I was born. On my computer desk is a USB mic that I just recently got. You can say music is a BIG part of my life.

I have different Alpha Psi Rho artifacts in the room. I pledged for APsiRho two years ago and it has become a big part of my life ever since. The bin covers from my care packages are hanging between the door and the Knuckle Puck flag, I have a little stiched pillow on my dresser, the towel on my barstool is from my big sis, and I have letters from my SB folded and stashed behind my camp caps.

Speaking of those caps, I feel like that part of the room represents my fashion taste. I’m still a hypebeast at heart who wears Levi skinnies and rocks Supreme & Stussy. Underneath my bed is a little cubby with all my shoes. I pretty much only wear Vans, but I do have a couple pairs of New Balances there too.

I was a two time spelling bee winner back in elementary school, so that explains the trophies on top of the dresser next to my bed. The medals and plaque were stuff I got in middle school. My senior portrait is hiding behind my little AYP pillow, haha.

All my video games are located where the TV is. My Xbox, PS2, and Wii are there. If you knew me when I was younger, I was HUGE on video games. I don’t play console games that often anymore, as I gradually switched over to PC gaming. But I still fire up some of my old video games every now and then.

Lastly, and this part is kind of hard to see in the pictures, but I have a mini workout set in between the barstool and my bed. There are a few weights, a pull up bar, and a yoga mat. Back in high school, I did a lot of P90X. Tony Horton is one of my idols.It works out (hehe) great because I have plenty of space in the middle of my room. I recently picked it back up again and am on my third month of P90X3!

As you can tell, my room means a lot to me. It’s honestly my little safe haven from the rest of the world. I love coming back home after a long day, starting up Spotify & turning the volume up, and chilling here. It’s a great, warm feeling that can’t be replaced.