I’ve never been a compulsive shopper, but it happened to me quite a few times to buy things on the spur of the moment. More often than not, those weren’t my best purchases and I always felt such pain when I eventually had to get rid of them. This pushed me to rethinking my shopping habits and I’m proud to say that I buy a lot less these days, but surprisingly I don’t face the “nothing to wear” situation as often as in the past.
You probably know at least one person who can eat what they want and still look great without sticking to any specific workout regimen. It can be frustrating, especially if you try different diets or eliminate certain foods, but your body doesn’t seem to change. How come that certain people have to work so hard to stay in shape, while others seem to keep their ideal weight without much effort?
The reason I’m talking about this is because people believe I’m the person with so-called “good genes”. I’ve always been rather skinny, but people are amazed when they see how much food I actually put into my body and they are surprised when I admit that I don’t really follow any workout plan. Am I just lucky?
Hi! I’m back after the longer break caused by a lot of boring studying, but I’m starting to realise I have only one semester to go and it feels amazing. I’m slowly getting back to life, but before I shoot any new photos or write the posts I’ve been wanting to write forever, I thought it would be nice to do an outfit roundup post.
You probably know the ultimate winter style dilemma: to look chic or to stay warm. I’ll admit it: I used to freeze in the name of fashion in the past, but now I decided not to. Sure, I don’t particularly like to have flat hair from wearing a beanie, neither do I enjoy looking like a big snowman with all the layers of clothes, but I don’t like getting cold even more. Still, that doesn’t mean I can’t have fun with my outfits until spring comes, right?