Holiday season was always a big deal in my family. It represents a time of unity and it was something special to every single member of my household. Every year this feeling of that special time with my family grows bigger and bigger. My absolute favourite part of the holiday season is getting that chance to spend with my family, from the little things to baking cookies together, decorating our home to opening our presents on Christmas morning. I realised I get most excited about the holiday season because it’s the most affectionate, happy and loving time of the year. I was raised to believe that nothing comes close to spending time with your loved ones, that is why the holiday season is so special to me.
We have many traditions that spontaneously developed out of nowhere and they are the most precious things I hold onto while living abroad. My mother always makes gingerbread cookies and then we decorate them together. Imagine the whole house being filled with the smell of cinnamon, while Christmas songs are playing, mulled vine cooking and Christmas tree shining in the colours we chose for that season. Ah, let me not forget the tree, I made this rule that no one is allowed to decorate the tree until we are all at home. We then finish it off with t
I didn’t forget about these last photos from Maldives, but ever since I got back life got out of hand a little bit. I spent the past week in South of France and can not tell you I made some amazing memories. If you are following the rest of my social you know exactly what happened. So without trying to use it as an excuse, I have to tell you that internet here is the worst I have ever come across . But lets not ruin this story with another one. I just wanted to apologise for the brief absence on this platform, but from today everything will go back to normal, so hope you will enjoy it.
In the meanwhile, please make sure to catch up on my latest YouTube video as its the biggest reveal I made to date.
Summer is the only time of the year when I really change around the products I use. I mean I don’t change the actual products, I just use less, and I use them differently to the rest of the year. Whereas during the year I swear by good base, foundation, concealer, you name it – I use it, during summer holidays I use no foundation. I love it when my skin is moisturised, soft, when its glowing, and that is why I go for all the most luminous products, sometimes even metallic.
My love for bags is not a secret. If you ever ask me shoes or bags its always going to be bags, even though my love for Gucci shoes truly never dies. I mean I have been collecting bags for so long, and only recently decided to add few extra special pieces to my collection. I want to make my collection strong and versatile, full of colour and functionality.
There are so many brands that I love for bags, for example Valentino, Dior, Chloe, Chanel, Celine, Saint Laurent and many more. In this post I decided to select some of my favourite flat lays to show you photos of my absolute favourite bags. What do you think? Which one is your favourite?
I remember it like it was yesterday. Monday was my most hated day of the week, in school, at work, univeristy. I would start getting that bad feeling on Sunday afternoon, the feeling I would call “Sunday Anxiety”. It would hit me around 4:30-5pm and it wouldnt leave auntil Monday 10am approximately. What a way to live.
Mondays were not my favourites because they meant long week ahead, and not because I am a lazy person, in fact I always loved school, I loved to work, but there was something that made me feel so anxious about mondays, they just brought a certain cloud of worrying around them, and I didnt like that. It was a viscous circle because I didnt like worrying and I didnt like Mondays, but it was an ongoing thing that I decided to change.
Since I managed to learn to love Mondays and finally got rid of the Sunday feeling I decided to teach you to how to feel more optimistic about new week. What better day than today?