December is one of the most beautiful months of the year. It’s also one of the most stressful ones. With all the Christmas preparations, present-buying tree-decorating fever, the money goes out of my bank account quicker than I blink. And I blink a lot. To get myself in the festive spirit, I love to dress
Living on your own can be really fun. Mostly because you can eat pizza for breakfast 3 days in a row. Or walk around in your pjs/underwear all day without anyone judging you. But there is also the slightly less glamorous side of moving out. The side that involves you crying your eyes out, hugging
With autumn outside our windows (and in our hearts), the season to pull out your darkest eyeshadows and lipsticks is truly here. Berry shades may come and go, but a good red lipstick should be a staple item in every woman’s handbag and makeup collection. I love a good red lippy and feel I’m drawn
Remember, remember… that one day in September when everything just stopped making sense and my motivation decided to move to a warmer country for the winter. The trees are losing their leaves, I’m losing the willpower to get out of bed in the morning. Sure, I’m as excited for cosy evenings and chunky knitwear as
The older I get, the more I realise how much I took having money for granted when I was younger. Sure, I didn’t need much as a teenager apart from my laptop connected to wifi and a phone with enough credit on it to text my friends. I never had to worry about food in
Summer is in full spring and so far it looks like the heat wave is here to stay forever. Or at least until October from what I’ve heard. I’m secretly praying that September has slightly more bearable temperatures. Don’t get me wrong, I live for sunny weather and summer, but 32 degrees every day in
This post is sponsored by L’Occitane. All opinions are my own and are not influenced by anyone else. I’m not sure if it’s just me, but I always find it so difficult to buy gifts for men. Whenever I want to (or have to) get someone a present, I want it to have a meaning
May 21, 2018 in Lifestyle
This post is sponsored by Pal. Despite that, all of my opinions are my own and I have tried the app myself in order to write an honest review on it. I used to take making friends for granted. In a nursery or on the playground you see kids meet new friends all the time.
Okay, time for a little life update. After being unemployed for a year (very long 52 moneyless weeks), I actually managed to get myself a job. About time, right? And while I wasn’t extremely happy with it at the beginning, I absolutely love the people I work with and wouldn’t change it for the world.
At least once I week I get incredibly surprised by the fact that you can offend people by everything nowadays. Literally everything. Not so much offline as online, but the impact of this trend is magnificent. In the world that screams DIVERSITY everywhere and promotes being open-minded, people seem to be doing the exact opposite.