Why is the world crying and praying for Paris? Because it’s familiar. Many have already travelled there, many have dreamt of going there, and only very few had a completely neutral feeling towards the city. Continue reading some positivity for you, Paris
This post may be more directed at bloggers, but at this day and age it could be a good read to the average smartphone user. With so many social media platforms, and people like Blonde on a Budget telling us it’s better to disconnect, where do we draw the line? Continue reading how I make sure not to cross the line with my social media commitment (a public rant)
It’s friday morning, I’m at work bright and early. Dreaming of the weekend, when I can spend some time at home, relaxing. I am completely unaware of the idea burning up inside my significant other’s head, until lunchtime, when I glance at my phone, and the words “we are driving to New York tonight” pop up on my screen. Continue reading NYC: a spontaneous weekend on a tight budget
Last week I bought a new skirt from Ted Baker’s AW15 collection, a tile floral printed midi skirt, found here. Not only am I in love with the fit of the skirt, I am in awe of the colours and details of the print. The combination of tiles and florals is fairly pale and dull, but touches of baby blue bring out brighter hues in the skirt. Continue reading fashion: the printed skirt meets a really bright colour
Summer is the perfect time for travel, especially if you prefer hot weather and if you’re a student.
Going on vacation, a business trip, or just any travelling, usually requires some amount of packing whether you go for a day, a week, or a year. Packing, as some of you may know, is a task that requires quite some time, whether you’re fashion obsessed or not. Through my experiences of flying twice a month in my previous career, I was able to come up with a few words of advice. Continue reading travel: what to pack in your carry-on, and more