Hello dear readers,
This past Friday was my sister’s graduation day. And you know what that means? It’s an excuse for you to buy a new outfit and play dress up, which is exactly what I did. As my sister was shopping for her graduation outfit, I decided to ‘just try’ some outfits myself. Continue Reading…
I love stories. I believe everyone has a story to tell, and no one can tell your story better than you. That’s why I listen to podcasts to discover new stories, new perspectives. That’s why I read blogs and watch YouTube videos. That’s why I follow different people on Instagram, even without personally knowing them; because they tell stories with their pictures. I tell stories with my pictures; where I’ve been, what I’ve eaten, what I’m currently reading. Continue Reading…
Hey dear readers,
I’ve put up my second video of the year, please do check it out. I’m sure at some point I’ll stop counting (when I get to double digits perhaps?) but for now, 2nd video is up for your viewing pleasure 🙂
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This was my Christmas outfit. Traditionally this is what I would have definitely worn on Christmas day but I was on a beach somewhere and no one wants to wear a heavy outfit at such a hot place. Since I was a child, my parents had a tradition of buying us Christmas clothes. So after we closed school, my mum would take us to town and we’d choose not one, but two outfits; one for Christmas Day and one for New Year’s. The tradition still remains. Of course my mum doesn’t hold our hands to go to town to buy an outfit, we can do that on our own now. Hahaha. But yes, Christmas clothes still remain a tradition. I’m not sure for how long it will remain though. I’m 24, turning 25 this year so I guess it will stop any time now and I’m sure by the time it stops, we shall be the ones buying them Christmas clothes. And hopefully also taking them on holidays. God-willing.