When I think about summer, I think bright, colorful, and fun. I love to incorporate patterns and colorful bright summer tones, along with my usual blacks and whites.Read More
Quarantine Diaries : Life Updates, Including A Room Transformation ft. Photowall Sweden (Discount code attached!)
Okay, let’s talk updates on my life today. You all know that I secretly love sharing these types of posts even though I don’t have a lot going on in my life right now.Read More
I was opportuned to attend my “first opening party” by a fashion house. Imagine how amazing was it that it was by one of my favorites, Linda Melinda.Read More
Being an adult is a constant motion of making decisions that are meant to make your life better and more purposeful, all while hoping that these decisions are actually the right ones and don’t eventually come back to bite you in the bum.Read More
There are certain shopping-related keywords that can instantly increase the value of a food product in our eyes. Just think about it: it simply feels better to bite into any food that is termed free-range, organic, or fair-trade.Read More
Here are some ideas and tips on making the transition to working at home and staying isolatedRead More
Teddy fur, shearing, Borg, whatever you want to call it, is a dream fabric for winter and when there’s a trend that’s also warm and cosy we grab that trend and we hold onto it with both hands.Read More
So what do you do when you have no encouragement from your family, or friends? Grab your note, and cup of tea and read on!Read More
Happy New Year!
It’s never too late nor questionable to reflect on the past year/decade and prepare for 2020!
2019 Year In Review : The Most Defining Moments From The Year (Finding myself, Losing a Parent,And More)
Reviewing the year 2019 and highlighting the moments that have possibly changed me, forever.Read More
Are you like me who wants to have very beautiful pictures, effortlessly? Read on for more..Read More
Pink October has become almost a national holiday, with pink promotions everywhere. Many women will be diagnosed with an early stage of breast cancer, get treated, and then still go on to have a metastatic relapse, and that’s what kills people the most.Read More