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Back in the Groove



You know those times when you need to do something and throughout the day you forget about it but when you go to sleep that night, you suddenly remember? So, you make a note to do it tomorrow morning or that afternoon, then you forget again, and the cycle goes on and on and on.

Sad to say, that's what was going on over here. Every time I remember about writing a blog post, the feeling of guilt would washed over me and I would force myself to sit in front of this empty New Post page on Blogger. And just like that page, I was blank. I would type up a line or two but it wouldn't feel right. I didn't know which angle to take or what I wanted to say.

Finally, I woke up this morning and decided that I wanted to write this blog post. I wanted to get back into the planning, the scheduling, and the writing. I didn't force myself this time but just let my fingers flow across the keyboard and wrote.

So here I am in this gorgeous outfit of floral and burgundy that I adore, and smiling (sort-of) like I'm ready to get back into the groove of getting my voice out there, and being badass, fearless, shameless, and brave. We got this!








| Top & Scarf - Gifted | Skirt - Stradivarious | Shoes & Necklace - Call it Spring |
| Earrings & Watch - ALDO | Bag - Forever 21 | 


Have you fallen out of something that you've been wanting to get back into?
How about try it one more time, just to see if it's meant just for you.
You got this! We got this! Let's do this! Yes!

Why You Deserve To Celebrate


During those days when the confetti pops because you graduated from uni, you hit a target, it's your birthday, or simply just because, becomes a challenge when we need to convince ourselves that we actually deserve the celebration; the smiles, the heart-warming words, and all that cake.

Colors that Follow


Do you get those times when a color would just follow you around? When you find yourself being surrounded by a specific color and you have no idea what happened? Perhaps you have more whites in your closet, or everything you buy some how turned out to be peach. Do you ever get that or am I just crazy?

Wear it With Pride




I've got loads of dresses that I've been dying to bust out since the temperature dropped this winter. And I finally did, not once, but twice with this Emerald Bodycon Long Sleeved Dress.

This dress was actually one of those that I was keeping for a rainy day when my muffin top wasn't too visible, and my thighs looked thinner. Then I decided to wear it anyway despite what flaws I think I have, with the curves, the thighs, and the semi-dark knees.

Accept What Comes


I've grown up thinking I was right most of the time. I never liked to be wrong, so much so that I would get angry and agitated whenever someone would correct me, even with the smallest things. I remember having arguments with my siblings about something that doesn't matter now, and I ended up being at fault and on the wrong side. I didn't like it. Who does, honestly? It hurt my pride and self-esteem. It made me feel like I wasn't good enough.

I was young, I didn't know how to accept that I can't be right all the time. I didn't understand how the word accept would fit in with emotion and willpower. I thought it was just a word they used for when you get accepted at universities or jobs.

Book Talk: An Interview with Steven Manchester


A few years back I used to be an avid book reviewer for Indie Authors. I've met a few authors who are so kind and would write their books with so much energy, passion, and love. So much would be poured into their books that I would immediately feel captured.

Steven Manchester is one of my favorite Indie Authors, his books are so thoughtful, heart-warming, and real. He writes general fiction that dives deep into your soul with health struggles, family's love, and emotions. I got a chance to interview Steven for his new upcoming book, Ashes. I've always wanted to be able to ask these particular questions to an author, and I'm honored for it to be Steven.

Read on for the thoughtful musings from the mind of an author, and I encourage you to read every word. It's worth it. Trust me.

If The Wind Still Blows, So Will I


I've gone through many instances in life where a situation is challenging. My yoga routine seems too off and too quick for me to deepen my practice, the asshole on the road honks and flashes for me to go faster, and when 24 hours just isn't enough for a day. The time has come when we have to cope and keep going, even if we want the weekend to get here already.
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